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Mammillaria Collections

Mammillaria

Many indoor plant lovers are attracted to cacti. Mammillaria occupy a place of honor in their huge family. Cacti are unpretentious, although they rarely delight with their flowering, but when they bloom, it is impossible to take your eyes off this beauty. This plant was first described in literature back in the middle of the 18th century.

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Madder Collections

Madder

This family includes more than six hundred genera, combining over ten thousand dicotyledonous erect and creeping grasses, woody, shrub and shrub plants, as well as tree lianas. Most of them grow in tropical climates, but some develop normally in the temperate zone and even in the northern regions.

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Tuberous Begonia Care – How To Grow Tuberous Begonias Collections

Tuberous Begonia Care – How To Grow Tuberous Begonias

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterIf you can’t decide what to plant in that protected, semi-shady corner, you can’t go wrong with tuberous begonia. However, tuberous begonia isn’t a plant-it-and-forget-it plant. Keeping the plant alive and healthy requires a bit of extra attention. Read on for some tuberous begonia growing tips.

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 Tomato Tsifomandra - large-fruited Siberian variety Collections

Tomato Tsifomandra - large-fruited Siberian variety

Tsifomandra is not only the name of a tomato variety. Tsifomandra (tamarillo, tomato tree) is, in addition, a perennial fruit plant, almost a full-fledged tree, a relative of ordinary tomatoes. His homeland is South America, in Russia he can sometimes be found in greenhouses. But under the same name, a Siberian variety of ordinary tomatoes exists and is safely grown, it is about him that we will talk about.

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Kerria Collections

Kerria

A deciduous shrub, Kerria, or keria, is a member of the rose family. In nature, this plant can be found in southwestern China, as well as in the mountainous and forest regions of Japan. This shrub is named after the first gardener of the Royal Botanic Gardens in Ceylon, William Kerr, who was also a renowned collector of plants.

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Container Grown Vine Plants: Tips For Growing Vines In Containers Collections

Container Grown Vine Plants: Tips For Growing Vines In Containers

By: Liz BaesslerVines are a fantastic addition to the garden. They can be used as centerpieces or accents and backdrops for other plants. They can be trained up nearly any structure to draw attention to a wall or distract from an unsightly necessity like an air conditioning unit. They are also very versatile in that they can be grown easily in containers.

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Cheesecloth Fabric: Tips For Using Cheesecloth In The Garden Collections

Cheesecloth Fabric: Tips For Using Cheesecloth In The Garden

Occasionally, due to references in articles, we hear the question, “what is cheesecloth?” While many of us already know the answer to this, some people don’t. So what is it anyway and what does it have to do with gardening? Keep reading to learn more.What is Cheesecloth?This multi-purpose fabric is a type of lightweight cotton traditionally used by cheesemakers to protect cheese during the aging process, hence its name.

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 Environmental redevelopment, An urban park from a parking lot, Collections

Environmental redevelopment, An urban park from a parking lot,

THE ARTICLES OF OUR READERS ENVIRONMENTAL REQUALIFICATION AN URBAN PARK FROM A PARKING Environmental redevelopment has now become a topic in the public domain, given the living conditions in large urban agglomerations and industrial areas. Within the debate that has arisen, the concept of a green area has been radically changed, so much so that it is no longer understood in terms of mere urban planning standards, but primarily as an indicator of the global environmental quality of the territory.

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Autumn Blaze Tree Info – Learn How To Grow Autumn Blaze Maple Trees Collections

Autumn Blaze Tree Info – Learn How To Grow Autumn Blaze Maple Trees

By: Teo SpenglerFast growing, with deeply lobed leaves and fabulous fall color, Autumn Blaze maple trees (Acer x freemanii) are exceptional ornamentals. They combine the best features of their parents, red maples and silver maples. If you want more Autumn Blaze tree information, read on. You’ll also find tips on Autumn Blaze maple tree care.

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Learn How To Grow Mushrooms Collections

Learn How To Grow Mushrooms

By: Heather RhoadesMany gardeners wonder if it is possible to grow mushrooms at home. These curious but tasty fungi are typically grown indoors rather than in the garden, but beyond this, it’s certainly possible to grow mushrooms at home. You can purchase mushroom growing kits, but it’s also possible to set up your own area for growing mushrooms.

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Buddha Belly Collections

Buddha Belly

Prime destination for succulent loversRSSFacebookInstagramTwitterPinterestHomeSucculentopediaBrowse Succulents by Scientific NameBrowse Succulents by Common NameBrowse Succulents by GenusBrowse Succulents by FamilyBrowse Succulents by USDA Hardiness ZoneBrowse Succulents by OriginBrowse Cacti by GenusAbout SucculentsCultivationGeneral CareLight RequirementsPotting SoilWateringFertilizingPests and DiseasesRepottingPropagationPruningGraftingArrangingSucculent UsesMedicinal SucculentsCosmetic SucculentsCulinary SucculentsSacred SucculentsLibraryBooksStoriesMyths and LegendsStampsWorld of Flowering PlantsYou are at:Home » Archive for & 34;Buddha Belly& 34;Browsing: Buddha BellySucculentopediaJatropha podagrica (Buddha Belly Plant)Jatropha podagrica is a tropical succulent shrub that grows up to 8 feet (2.

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Sub-Zero Rose Information – Learn About Roses For Cold Climates Collections

Sub-Zero Rose Information – Learn About Roses For Cold Climates

By: Stan V. Griep, American Rose Society Consulting Master Rosarian, Rocky Mountain DistrictIf you’ve never heard of them before, you might wonder, “What are sub-zero roses?” These are specifically bred roses for cold climates. Read on to learn more about sub-zero roses and which types work well in a cold climate rose bed.

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Galtonia Collections

Galtonia

Galtonia, or Cape hyacinth, is a perennial bulbous plant with incredibly beautiful flowers from the Liliaceae family. There are only 4 species of this plant. And in culture, only one of all the known ones is grown in general - this is a whitish or whitish galtonia. Description of a galtonia flower Galtonia grows 50-150 cm in height.

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Beehive Ginger Care: Learn How To Grow Beehive Ginger Collections

Beehive Ginger Care: Learn How To Grow Beehive Ginger

Stunning ornamental plants, beehive ginger plants are cultivated for their exotic appearance and range of colors. Beehive ginger plants (Zingiber spectabilis) are named for their distinct floral form that resembles a small beehive. This ginger variety is of tropical origin, so if you are more north of the equator, you may wonder if it is possible to grow and, if so, how to grow beehive ginger in your garden.

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Titans - Titanomachy Collections

Titans - Titanomachy

TITANIUM Devouring His Children Louvre Palace, Paris (France) The Titans in Greek mythology were the first divine creatures that appeared soon after the creation of the universe. In all there were twelve, six males (Oceano, Ceo, Crio, Hyperion, Iapetus, Cronus) and six females (Thea, Rhea, Temi, Teti, Phoebe, Mnemosine) and they were all children of Uranus and diGea.

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Harvesting Gooseberries: How And When To Harvest Gooseberry Plants Collections

Harvesting Gooseberries: How And When To Harvest Gooseberry Plants

By: Amy GrantGooseberries are divided into either European (Ribes grossularia) or American (R. hirtellum) types. These cool weather berries thrive in USDA zones 3-8 and can be eaten fresh or turned into delicious jams or jellies. All well and good, but how do you know when to harvest gooseberries? Read on to find out how to harvest gooseberries and about gooseberry harvest time.

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Homemade ficus Benjamin: how to care, watering, transplanting, reproduction Collections

Homemade ficus Benjamin: how to care, watering, transplanting, reproduction

Houseplants Published: August 30, 2012 Reprinted: Last edits: One of the most popular houseplants has always been the ficus, and this is not surprising, since the ficus plant is unpretentious, evergreen, adapting well to new conditions. And for those who are constantly busy, such a non-capricious and at the same time beautiful plant is quite suitable.

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Using Herbs As Edging: How To Grow An Herb Border Collections

Using Herbs As Edging: How To Grow An Herb Border

Herbs can, of course, be grown in an herb bed designed solely for their culinary use, but using herbs as edging or as borders is a fun way to incorporate them amongst the rest of the landscape. Edging with herbs is also another way to integrate edible plants into the landscape while at the same time delineating a particular area of feature.

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 Grow early tomato Katya, without wasting energy Collections

Grow early tomato Katya, without wasting energy

Tomato gardeners face an alternative: plant early ones of indeterminate taste or late ripening, fleshy with a breathtaking aroma. You can, of course, choose a couple of varieties of different ripening periods, but in a short summer and unpredictable weather, a compromise is more common in the form of an early ripening unpretentious tomato that can satisfy the needs of a gardener.

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What Is A Contender Peach – Tips For Growing Contender Peaches Collections

What Is A Contender Peach – Tips For Growing Contender Peaches

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterWhat is a Contender peach tree? Why should I consider growing Contender peaches? This disease-resistant peach tree produces generous crops of medium to large, sweet, juicy freestone peaches. Have we piqued your curiosity? Read on and learn how to grow Contender peaches.

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