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Annalisa Durante and Marina Durante - The works Collections

Annalisa Durante and Marina Durante - The works

ART AND ENVIRONMENTAnnalisa Durante and Marina Durante, the worksANNALISA DURANTECincie Opium poppyGlicineDiving diving SchiusaMARINA DURANTEZebre LindenElefantiUlula MarmotteLeone di mareVolpeWATCH THE CURRICULUM OF ANNALISA DURANTE E address MARINA DURANTE

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Cotyledon orbiculata Collections

Cotyledon orbiculata

Browsing: Cotyledon orbiculataSucculentopediaCotyledon orbiculata var. flanaganiiCotyledon orbiculata var. flanaganii is an erect, succulent shrub up to 34 inches (75 cm) tall. The leaves are spirally arranged, powdery…SucculentopediaCotyledon orbiculata var. oblonga & 39;Macrantha& 39; (Green Pig& 39;s Ear)Cotyledon orbiculata var.

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Mali Collections

Mali

Browsing: MaliSucculentopediaEuphorbia unispina (Candle Plant)Euphorbia unispina (Candle Plant) is a spiny succulent shrub with a stout, sparsely-branched stem that grows up to 13.1 feet (4 m) tall…SucculentopediaOrbea decaisneana subsp. hesperidumOrbea decaisneana subsp. hesperidum is a much-branched succulent that grows up to 8 inches (20 cm) tall, forming diffuse mats up to 20…SucculentopediaOrbea decaisneanaOrbea decaisneana is a much-branched succulent that grows up to 8 inches (20 cm) tall, forming diffuse mats up to 20 inches (50 cm) in…

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What Is Straightneck Squash – Learn About Straightneck Squash Varieties Collections

What Is Straightneck Squash – Learn About Straightneck Squash Varieties

By: Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)For many growers, squash is truly among the hardest working and most productive vegetable plants in the home garden. Whether growing winter squash or a summer variety, the diversity among this family of plants is remarkable. Specifically, summer squashes are prized for their upright and bushy growth habit, as well as usefulness in the kitchen.

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Information About Crocosmia Collections

Information About Crocosmia

Get Started Crocosmia Plant Diseases: Fixing Problems With CrocosmiaBy Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterCrocosmia is a hardy plant that produces narrow, sword-shaped leaves; graceful, arching stems; and spiky, funnel-shaped blooms in vibrant shades of red, orange and yellow. Problems with crocosmia are unusual but do occur.

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Information About Carob Collections

Information About Carob

What Are Carobs: Learn About Carob Tree Care And UsesBy Amy GrantWhile little known to many people, carob trees have a lot to offer to the home landscape given suitable growing conditions. Read here for more carob tree information, its history and uses in the landscape.

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Fruit Split In Cherries: Learn Why Cherry Fruits Split Open Collections

Fruit Split In Cherries: Learn Why Cherry Fruits Split Open

I have a Bing cherry in the front yard and, frankly, it’s so old it has a dearth of issues. One of the most annoying aspects of cherry growing is split cherry fruit. What is the reason for cherry fruits that are split open? Is there anything that can prevent fruit split in cherries? This article should help answer these questions.

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Saving Crepe Myrtle Seeds: How To Harvest Crepe Myrtle Seeds Collections

Saving Crepe Myrtle Seeds: How To Harvest Crepe Myrtle Seeds

By: Teo SpenglerCrepe myrtle trees (Lagerstroemia indica) makes many homeowners’ list of favorites in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 7 through 10. They offer showy flowers in summer, vivid fall color, and textural bark in winter along with attractive seed heads. Collecting crepe myrtle seeds is one way to grow new plants.

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Ceropegia Collections

Ceropegia

The flowering plant Ceropegia (Ceropegia) belongs to the family Lastovnye, or Kutrovye. In nature, it can be found in the tropical regions of Africa and Asia. The name of the culture comes from the Greek word for "candelabrum", it is associated with the flowers of the creeper, which have an unusual shape. This genus unites more than 180 species, and some of them are cultivated by flower growers.

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Maple Tree Tar Spot – Managing Tar Spot Of Maples Collections

Maple Tree Tar Spot – Managing Tar Spot Of Maples

Your maple trees are absolutely gorgeous yellow, orange and red fireballs every fall – and you look forward to it with a great deal of anticipation. When you discover that your tree is suffering from tar spot of maples, you may start to fear that it spells the end to beautiful fall scenery forever. Never fear, maple tree tar spot is a very minor disease of maple trees and you’ll have plenty of fiery falls to come.

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Black spot roses Collections

Black spot roses

Question: Black spot rose my roses have been affected by the black spot on the leaves and they are losing all of them how can I cure them? black spot rose Dear Virna, welcome to gardening.

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Halesia Tree Care: How To Grow A Carolina Silverbell Tree Collections

Halesia Tree Care: How To Grow A Carolina Silverbell Tree

By: Susan Patterson, Master GardenerWith white flowers that are shaped like bells, the Carolina silverbell tree (Halesia carolina) is an understory tree that grows frequently along streams in the southeastern United States. Hardy to USDA zones 4-8, this tree sports pretty, bell-shaped flowers from April through May.

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Borage - How to grow it, use, characteristics and properties Collections

Borage - How to grow it, use, characteristics and properties

BORAGE (Borago officinalis) Borage is among the wild plants, the most used in the kitchen, in generecotta, with a taste reminiscent of cucumber. Attention: the Ministry of Health with a decree has established that flower, leaf and herbaceous plant with flowers of Borago officinalis are to be considered plant extracts not allowed in food supplements.

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My Butterfly Bush Looks Dead – How To Revive A Butterfly Bush Collections

My Butterfly Bush Looks Dead – How To Revive A Butterfly Bush

By: Liz BaesslerButterfly bushes are great assets in the garden. They bring vibrant color and all kinds of pollinators. They are perennials, and they should be able to survive the winter in USDA zones 5 through 10. Sometimes they have a harder time coming back from the cold, however. Keep reading to learn what to do if your butterfly bush is not coming back in the spring, and how to revive a butterfly bush.

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Turcamelia Collections

Turcamelia

Question: turcamelia, a flower unknown to me, they tell me to be of great effect and also fragrant. Could I find out more? thanks Answer: turcamelia Dear Diria good morning and welcome to the questions and answers section of our website. Turcamelia or Clerodendron fragrans is a plant belonging to the Clerodendrum genus which includes more than 400 species of trees, saplings and climbing plants native to the tropical areas of Asia and Africa.

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Wind Resistant Plants For Gardens Collections

Wind Resistant Plants For Gardens

How does wind affect plants? Wind is air in motion, and strong winds can cause plants to sway excessively, pulling and tugging on their roots. This continual movement interferes with the roots’ ability to remain grounded within the soil, which reduces the plant’s ability to absorb water, leading to severe water stress and even death.

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Raising Humidity: How To Increase Humidity For Houseplants Collections

Raising Humidity: How To Increase Humidity For Houseplants

By: Jackie CarrollBefore you bring new houseplants into your home, they probably spent weeks or even months in a warm, humid greenhouse. Compared to a greenhouse environment, the conditions inside most homes are quite dry, especially in winter when the furnace is running. For this reason, it is important that you learn and practice appropriate humidity houseplant care to ensure the longevity and health of your beloved plants.

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Sowing calendar 1.03 - gardeners and gardeners Collections

Sowing calendar 1.03 - gardeners and gardeners

March 2021 Published: Last changes: March 1, Monday, 18-19th lunar day. The waning moon is in Libra RecommendedIn Libra, it is advisable to engage in sowing, planting and transplanting root, stem and tuber plants. Their fruits will be stored for a long time, and the seed material will be of high quality.

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