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Brugmansia Miscellanea

Brugmansia

Brugmansia is a tree-like shrub with unusually beautiful and fragrant flowers - phonographs. The plant belongs to the Solanaceae family and prefers to grow in tropical and subtropical climates. Popular types of brugmansia Aromatic brugmansia or fragrant (Brugmansiasuaveolens) - this species is called fragrant or aromatic.

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Soft Rot Disease: How To Help Prevent Soft Rot Bacteria Information

Soft Rot Disease: How To Help Prevent Soft Rot Bacteria

By: Jackie RhoadesBacterial soft rot disease is an infection that can devastate a crop of fleshy vegetables such as carrots, onions, tomatoes, and cucumbers, though it is most widely known for its attacks on potatoes. Soft rot disease is most easily recognized in these vegetables by soft, wet, cream to tan colored flesh surrounded by a dark brown to black ring.

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Acer palmatum Information

Acer palmatum

Question: Acer palmatum On my terrace I managed to grow a beautiful red Japanese maple in pot and in half shade. It looks great, it's full of gorgeous leaves but as soon as the sun gets a little bit longer more & 39; strong they burn (I have no spaces in total shade). I then thought of red curly maple, but it is possible to grow it in pots?

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Anthurium Plant Care: Learn About Repotting Anthuriums New

Anthurium Plant Care: Learn About Repotting Anthuriums

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterAnthurium is a delightful tropical plant with glossy foliage and bright, heart-shaped blooms. Anthurium plant care is relatively straightforward and repotting anthurium plants is a task that should be done only when required. Read on for the whens and hows of repotting anthuriums.

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Growing and varieties of plum-cherry hybrids Collections

Growing and varieties of plum-cherry hybrids

Plum-cherry hybrids - unpretentious fruitful plants for our gardens The range of plums grown by most St. Petersburg gardeners is very traditional and is usually limited to 6-8 varieties. Unfortunately, most of these varieties, both in taste and in yield, can only be assessed as satisfactory.

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