ke.biometricidentitycards.info

Category: Collections


How to Grow and Care for Yucca Collections

How to Grow and Care for Yucca

Yuccas are desert plants native to the southwestern United States, Mexico, and Central America. They have also been naturalized throughout the southern United States. As far as houseplants go, they are probably eclipsed by the similar-looking Dracaena genus, which is often mistaken for Yucca. However, they are interesting, slow-growing houseplants that have the added benefit of being extremely drought tolerant.

Read More
Is My Peach Tree Still Dormant: Help For Peach Trees Not Leafing Out Collections

Is My Peach Tree Still Dormant: Help For Peach Trees Not Leafing Out

By: Jackie CarrollBetween pruning/thinning, spraying, watering and fertilizing, gardeners put a lot of work into their peach trees. Peach trees not leafing out can be a serious problem that may leave you wondering if you’ve done something wrong. No leaf growth on peaches means that the winter wasn’t cold enough for the tree to break dormancy in spring.

Read More
Gaea - Greek mythology and Latin mythology Collections

Gaea - Greek mythology and Latin mythology

GEAReproduction of Gaea between Aria and Roman aquarilievo I sec. BC Greek mythology suggests that Gaea, the earth, a pre-Olympic divinity, at the beginning of creation was born from the primordial Chaos and would have given rise to the whole lineage of immortals and to the earth (see Myth of the birth of the world). many cities of Greece and in Athena she was honored with the name of Kurotrófos (breeder of children).

Read More
Photo of Jameson's gerbera Collections

Photo of Jameson's gerbera

Photos of houseplants Published: February 27, 2012 Reprinted: Last edits: Care summary Lighting should be bright, but diffused. During the growing season, the temperature should be 20-22 degrees, and during the dormant period - 14-16 degrees. Water in moderation. The air humidity should be high, but the plant itself is not sprayed.

Read More
Spider Plant Problems: Tips For Getting Spiderettes On Plants Collections

Spider Plant Problems: Tips For Getting Spiderettes On Plants

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistMost interior gardeners are familiar with the charismatic spider plant. This classic houseplant produces numerous dangling clusters of leaves, resembling parachuting baby spiders. If you find your spider plant not producing babies like these, it might simply be due to the young age of the plant or cultural issues such as lighting.

Read More
What Are Flowering Ephemerals: Tips For Growing Spring Ephemerals Collections

What Are Flowering Ephemerals: Tips For Growing Spring Ephemerals

By: Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenThat unexpected, but brief burst of blooming color you see as winter ends likely comes, at least in part, from spring ephemerals. It may be the dainty blossom of woodland poppies, downy yellow violets, or dogtooth violets, the latter not related to the common violet.

Read More
Yucca Leaning Over: Why Yucca Is Falling Over And How To Fix Collections

Yucca Leaning Over: Why Yucca Is Falling Over And How To Fix

By: Jackie CarrollWhen you have a leaning yucca plant, it may appear as though the plant is leaning because it is top heavy, but healthy yucca stems stand up under a heavy growth of leaves without bending. Read on to find out what really causes a yucca to lean over.Reasons for Yucca Plant LeaningThe three main causes of a yucca leaning over are root rot, drought, and shock.

Read More
Clivia Bloom Cycle: Tips On Getting Clivias To Rebloom Collections

Clivia Bloom Cycle: Tips On Getting Clivias To Rebloom

By: Darcy Larum, Landscape DesignerClivia is a beautiful, but uncommon, flowering houseplant. Once owned only by the wealthy, clivia is now available for sale in many greenhouses. Clivia may catch your eye due to its beautiful blooms in February and March, when little else is blooming. However, once you get it home, the blooms may fade, leaving you wondering how to make a clivia rebloom.

Read More
Trouble With Freesia Plants: Learn About Freesia Diseases And Pests Collections

Trouble With Freesia Plants: Learn About Freesia Diseases And Pests

Carefree freesias in a garden space are a wonderful addition, but nothing in the plant kingdom is truly without worry. A few common problems plague freesias, but many are simple to deal with if you’re armed with the right knowledge. Let’s learn more about freesia troubles.Freesia Plant ProblemsGraceful and elegant, freesias bring some understated class to the garden border or can create a massively impressive planting all by themselves.

Read More
Rock Water Bach flower Collections

Rock Water Bach flower

I FIORI DI BACHovveroLA FLORITERAPIAROCK WATER(ACQUA DI SORGENTE)Il rimedio rock water dei fiori di Bach è per quelle persone che sono troppo rigide con se stesse e seguono regole ferree che loro stesse si impongono.TIPO DI RIMEDIORoch Water è l& 39;unico rimedio dei fiori di Bach che non è costituito da essenze vegetali ma da acqua sorgiva.

Read More
Naturalistic Calendar Competition 2018, Municipality of Cherasco (CN) Collections

Naturalistic Calendar Competition 2018, Municipality of Cherasco (CN)

THE ARTICLES OF OUR READERS "Naturalistic calendar 2018" competition For some years now, the Municipality of Cherasco (CN) has published a naturalistic calendar with relevance to the nature of our territory (2009 birds of prey, 2010 environments, 2011 mammals, 2012 birds, 2013 trees, 2014 butterflies, 2015 flowers, 2016 wetland birds, 2017 birds with webbed legs or fingers).

Read More
What Are Mesophytes: Information And Types Of Mesophytic Plants Collections

What Are Mesophytes: Information And Types Of Mesophytic Plants

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterWhat are mesophytes? Unlike hydrophytic plants, such as water lily or pondweed, that grow in saturated soil or water, or xerophytic plants, such as cactus, that grow in extremely dry soil, mesophytes are ordinary plants that exist between the two extremes.Mesophytic Plant InfoMesophytic environments are marked by average to hot temperatures and soil that is neither too dry nor too wet.

Read More
Waterfall Garden Features – Tips For Creating Pond Waterfalls Collections

Waterfall Garden Features – Tips For Creating Pond Waterfalls

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistWaterfalls are the focal point of a water feature. They indulge the senses with their pleasant sounds but have practical applications as well. Moving water prevents mosquitoes and adds oxygen to ponds. Backyard pond waterfalls add value to the property and enhance the architecture of the landscape.

Read More
Choosing potato varieties. Part 1 Collections

Choosing potato varieties. Part 1

Our beloved second bread On October 12, 1492, warships led by Christopher Columbus reached an unknown land, the discovery of which marked the beginning of the development of not only new relationships between the countries of the world, but also gave farmers many new plants. The most unusual way to our table was with the potato, which is now has rightfully become in many countries, including Russia, "the second bread".

Read More
Chubushnik Collections

Chubushnik

Chubushnik (Philadelphus) is popularly called garden jasmine. The shrub is one of the representatives of the genus of deciduous plants that belong to the Hortensia family. Due to the pleasant and sweetish scent of flowers, as well as the similarity of the structure of the buds, it is compared to jasmine. The origin of the name Philadelphus mock-orange is associated with the Egyptian ruler Ptolemy Philadelphus.

Read More
Euphorbia knuthii Collections

Euphorbia knuthii

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;Euphorbia knuthii& 34;Browsing: Euphorbia knuthiiSucculentopediaEuphorbia knuthiiEuphorbia knuthii is a spiny, succulent shrublet with an unusual gnarled caudex topped with cascading branches.

Read More
About growing apple trees Idared Collections

About growing apple trees Idared

A fairly successful winter variety, obtained in America back in 1935, is widespread in Europe. It is industrial, but also interesting for cultivation in private gardens due to its good taste, keeping quality and transportability of the fruit. It is not difficult to grow Idared - we will tell you how to do it. Description of the variety A variety from the USA with a late winter ripening period.

Read More
Rhubarb Flowers: What To Do When Rhubarb Goes To Seed Collections

Rhubarb Flowers: What To Do When Rhubarb Goes To Seed

By: Heather RhoadesFor those who have experienced the joy of a fresh rhubarb and strawberry pie, growing rhubarb in the garden seems like a no brainer. Many people are familiar with the large green and red leaves on a rhubarb, but when the plant produces a rhubarb flower, this can give a gardener pause.

Read More
 The best breeds of rabbits for breeding at home Collections

The best breeds of rabbits for breeding at home

The breeds of rabbits are so diverse and numerous that it can be difficult for a beginner breeder to decide which breed to choose for further breeding? In order not to be mistaken in the choice, you must first determine for yourself what you want to get from rabbits: a lot of tasty meat, valuable skins, or both?

Read More
Moscow apricots, varieties and care Collections

Moscow apricots, varieties and care

Peculiarities of apricot farming in the northHistory of apricot in Russia Apricot varieties FavoriteAbricot is a southerner. But this is how a person is made - what he does not have, the more he wants. Therefore, generation after generation of gardeners persistently strives to grow this culture in more northern regions that are unusual for it.

Read More