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Aloe castilloniae Collections

Aloe castilloniae

Scientific NameAloe castilloniae J.-B.CastillonScientific ClassificationFamily: AsphodelaceaeSubfamily: AsphodeloideaeTribe: AloeaeGenus: AloeDescriptionAloe castilloniae is an unusual, low sprawling Aloe that grows as dense cluster up to 6 inches (15 cm) tall and spreads slowly over time to several feet wide.

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Preventing Budworm Damage: Tips For Controlling Budworms Collections

Preventing Budworm Damage: Tips For Controlling Budworms

By: Kristi WaterworthBedding plants like geraniums, petunias and nicotiana can create a riot of color when planted en masse, but gardeners aren’t the only ones drawn to these bright and prolific flowers. Feeding damage caused by budworm caterpillars is on the rise across the country, causing alarm and panic in the gardening community — so much so that some gardeners are refusing to grow the most frequent plant victims of budworm damage.

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 5 effective ways to combat goblet rust on currants Collections

5 effective ways to combat goblet rust on currants

Summer residents are often faced with the infection of currant bushes with goblet rust, leading to premature leaf fall, weakening of plants and a decrease in the volume of the crop. It looks like yellow spots on top and brown pads on the bottom, the leaf becomes unnaturally bulging and eventually dries up.

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Houseplants That Like Sun: Choosing Indoor Plants For Full Sun Collections

Houseplants That Like Sun: Choosing Indoor Plants For Full Sun

By: Raffaele Di Lallo, Author and founder of Ohio Tropics houseplant care blogThe key to growing indoor plants is to be able to place theright plant in the right location.Otherwise, your houseplant will not do well. There are many houseplantsthat like sun, so it is important to give them the conditions that they need tothrive in your home.

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Heather: growing, planting and care, types and varieties Collections

Heather: growing, planting and care, types and varieties

Garden plants Published: Last edits: A drink made from heather Forgotten long ago. But it was sweeter than honey, Drunker than wine ... The grass heather (Latin Calluna vulgaris) is an evergreen plant, the only species of the Heather genus of the Heather family, which today has about 500 varieties , many of which have high decorative qualities.

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Fusarium Yellows Of Cole Crops: Managing Cole Crops With Fusarium Yellows Collections

Fusarium Yellows Of Cole Crops: Managing Cole Crops With Fusarium Yellows

Fusarium yellows affects many plants in the Brassica family. These pungent type vegetables are also called cole crops and are heart healthy additions to the garden. Fusarium yellows of cole crops is an important disease which can cause huge economic loss in commercial settings. It is a fungal disease that causes wilting and often plant death.

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Information About Balsam Collections

Information About Balsam

Get Started Himalayan Balsam Control: Tips On Managing Himalayan Balsam PlantsBy Liz BaesslerHimalayan balsam is a very attractive but problematic plant, especially in the British Isles. While it comes from Asia, it has spread into other habitats, where it pushes out native plants and can wreak serious havoc on the environment.

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Snowdrop flower - care and cultivation: transplant, reproduction, soil, species Collections

Snowdrop flower - care and cultivation: transplant, reproduction, soil, species

Amaryllis Published: Last revisions: Snowdrop (Latin Galanthus) is a genus of perennial grasses of the Amaryllis family. There are 18 species of galanthus in the world, on the territory of Ukraine there are only three species protected by the state. According to legend, when Adam and Eve were expelled from Eden, it was snowing on the ground.

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5 varieties of gherkin cucumbers that are good for preservation Collections

5 varieties of gherkin cucumbers that are good for preservation

Miniature gherkins have long been very popular among gardeners. Due to their small size and neat shape, they are ideal for salting: they are easy to place in any jar, and they pass freely even through a narrow neck. The taste qualities of such cucumbers are also above all praise.

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Bolivia, travel story: tips, cost, places to see Collections

Bolivia, travel story: tips, cost, places to see

BOLIVIA Tibet of the Americas Sunday market, Tarabuco (province of Yamparáez, Chuquisaca department) Sunday market, Tarabuco (Yamparáez province, Chuquisaca department) Sunday market, Tarabuco (Yamparáez province, Chuquisaca department) Sunday market, Tarabuco (province of Yamparáez, department of Chuquisaca) Sunday market, Tarabuco (province of Yamparáez, department of Chuquisaca) Sunday market, Tarabuco (province of Yamparáez, department of Chuquisaca) Sunday market, Tarabuco (province of Yamparáez, department of Chuquisaca) ) The cathedral, Tarabuco (province of Yamparáez, department of Chuquisaca) Giovanni Camici and Antonietta Peroni Note This article was sent by one of our readers.

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Tree fat woman Collections

Tree fat woman

Crassula arborescens is a succulent from the genus Crassula, which belongs to the Crassula family. In nature, the plant lives only in a limited area. This is a remote corner of the Western Cape, located in South Africa. Here, the succulent climbs the hilly slopes, well-lit by the sun, where occasionally creates numerous crops.

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Head Smut On Corn Crops: How To Stop Corn Head Smut On Plants Collections

Head Smut On Corn Crops: How To Stop Corn Head Smut On Plants

By: Darcy Larum, Landscape DesignerEach year commercial farmers spend a small fortune battlingserious crop diseases that can potentially cause massive yield loss. These samediseases can also wreak havoc on the small crop yields of home gardens. Onesuch disease that affects both small and large crops is corn head smut, aserious fungal disease of corn.

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Harvesting Black Walnut Trees: When Do Black Walnuts Fall Collections

Harvesting Black Walnut Trees: When Do Black Walnuts Fall

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistBlack walnuts are one of the most flavorful nuts for snacking, baking, and cooking. These hard-shelled fruits have a sweet, delicate walnut flavor and are one of the most expensive nuts on the market. If you have a chance at harvesting black walnut trees, take it!

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Trade House Collections

Trade House "Antey" - goods for home, garden and vegetable garden

We offer wholesale and retail: Household and summer cottages - accessories for canning; - household chemicals; - containers; - metal and plastic buckets; - hangers, hooks; - kerosene lamps; - means for shoes; - film and foil, food and household; - bath and toilet; - chairs and stools; - plastic basins; - door mats; - cords and ropes; - goods for a picnic; - goods for repair; - goods for cleaning; - deicing agents; - goods for the kitchen; - gloves and mittens; Products for the garden and vegetable gardens - soil; - fertilizers; - plant care products; - pest control products; - green manure; - peat pots; - garden tools; Seeds - vegetables; - flowers; - grass mixtures; Candles - candles household; - scented candles; - gift candles; Fantastic-garden online store.

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Plectrantus Collections

Plectrantus

The plant, also called Plectranthus, is part of the Labiate family. According to various sources, this genus includes from 250 to 325 species. The Latin name for the flower "plectranthus" is derived from two Greek words translated as "cock's spur" and "flower".

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Aspidistra Collections

Aspidistra

The aspidistra plant is a perennial native to the tropical forests of East Asia. This plant is also called "snake pointer", this name is due to the fact that snakes often inhabit it. When they crawl through the bush, they touch the foliage. In this regard, in the homeland of aspidistra, the rustle of its leaves is a sign that a poisonous predator is very close.

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Fox Pest Control: Tips On Getting Rid Of Foxes In The Garden Collections

Fox Pest Control: Tips On Getting Rid Of Foxes In The Garden

Many of us are familiar with wildlife pilfering our gardens’ bounty, usually any number of birds and deer are the culprits. In some areas of the country, however, the outlaw’s name is — the fox. Let’s learn more about how to prevent foxes in the garden.While some people count foxes as rather endearing, cute even (that’d be me) fox pest control may be a serious issue in the garden.

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Floating flower beds: 4 ways to make flower mini-islands in your pond Collections

Floating flower beds: 4 ways to make flower mini-islands in your pond

All the ideas that arise in the field of landscape design do not have enough money, time and space. But this idea will certainly appeal to many. Especially for those who have at least a small reservoir on the site. The floating flower bed will pleasantly diversify the serene water surface: it will sparkle in a new way. A drifting flower island does not require special funds, even if you decide to buy a finished product.

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Information About Popcorn Cassia Collections

Information About Popcorn Cassia

Get Started Popcorn Cassia Information: What Is Popcorn CassiaBy Liz BaesslerPopcorn cassia is said the both look and smell like popcorn. Growing popcorn cassia plants is easy and very rewarding. If you would like to learn more popcorn cassia information, click on the article that follows and see if you can try your hand at cultivating it too.

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Hyacinth planting video - soil, depth, top dressing Collections

Hyacinth planting video - soil, depth, top dressing

Transplanting Published: Last edits: Video of planting hyacinth bulbs. Planting hyacinths is carried out in the fall. Before planting, it is necessary to prepare the soil - acidify or, conversely, add dolomite flour. Hyacinth is planted at a standard depth for bulbous, but not so deep.

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