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Diseases In Orange Trees: How To Treat A Diseased Orange Tree

Diseases In Orange Trees: How To Treat A Diseased Orange Tree

By: Mary Ellen EllisGrowingoranges and other citrus can be a fun hobby for the home gardener,but it can also become derailed by disease. Make sure you know some of the mainorange disease symptoms so that you can catch and manage problems early andstill get a great harvest of fruit.Diseases in Orange TreesThere are several common diseases that can impact citrustrees and that are caused by fungi, bacteria, or pests.

Blue Rose Echeveria

Blue Rose Echeveria

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;Blue Rose Echeveria& 34;Browsing: Blue Rose EcheveriaSucculentopediaEcheveria & 39;Imbricata& 39; (Blue Rose Echeveria)Echeveria & 39;Imbricata& 39; is a popular succulent with tight rosettes of flat, grey-green leaves.

Why Is My Schefflera Leggy – How To Fix Leggy Schefflera Plants

Why Is My Schefflera Leggy – How To Fix Leggy Schefflera Plants

By: Raffaele Di Lallo, Author and founder of Ohio Tropics houseplant care blogIs your schefflera too leggy? Maybe it was nice and bushy at one time, but now it has lost a lot of its foliage and needs some help. Let’s take a look what causes leggy schefflera plants and what you can do to improve their appearance.

Flame Crown

Flame Crown

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;Flame Crown& 34;Browsing: Flame CrownSucculentopediaRebutia fiebrigii (Orange Crown Cactus)Rebutia fiebrigii (Orange Crown Cactus) is a small cactus, solitary at first, later offsetting to form compact mound.

Information On How To Transplant Wisteria Vines

Information On How To Transplant Wisteria Vines

By: Jackie RhoadesNothing compares to the beauty of a wisteria plant in bloom. Those springtime clusters of pale, purple flowers can create a gardener’s dream or — if it’s in the wrong place, a gardener’s nightmare. Perhaps you didn’t realize just how big a wisteria can grow or perhaps its placement no longer suits your current garden plan.

Rose care

Rose care

We take care of the roses The rose is a shrub that can have various bearing, there are about two thousand species; Below we will explain some useful and indispensable phases and operations to grow them at their best. Exposure As mentioned before, there are many roses, but before buying a plant we must know the specific needs of that species and compare them with the possibilities and availability that we have, for example, the climate of the area where we want to plant it, the more or less suitable soil, etc.

Information About Dragon Arum Lily

Information About Dragon Arum Lily

What Is A Dragon Arum Flower: Tips On Growing Dragon ArumsBy Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistDark and exotic plants provide drama and excitement to local flora. Dragon arum is one such specimen. Its form and color are second only to its astounding stench. Learn more about this plant and how to grow it in the article that follows.

Eggplant ‘Graffiti’ Care – What Is A Graffiti Eggplant

Eggplant ‘Graffiti’ Care – What Is A Graffiti Eggplant

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistEggplantmight not be what you think of when you think “berry,” but they are actually afruit. Their sweet, soft flesh is the perfect complement to almost any flavorand they grow like weeds in warm temperatures. The purple Graffiti eggplant isan excellent example.

Tomatillo Pruning: How To Prune Tomatillo Plants

Tomatillo Pruning: How To Prune Tomatillo Plants

By: Jackie Carroll“Can I prune a tomatillo plant?” This is a common question among many new tomatillo growers. While tomatillo pruning is something that is done on occasion, it’s tomatillo support that is really more important. Let’s learn more about the support and pruning of tomatillos in the garden.

Tolumnia orchid

Tolumnia orchid

Among the representatives of the orchid family, a small generic branch of Tolumnia (Tolumnia) is distinguished. Earlier in botanical sources this genus was included in the Oncidium group. Today, about 30 flowering perennials are united by common signs and names. In the natural line, tolumnia is rare.

Caring For Marigolds In Pots – Tips On Growing Marigolds In Containers

Caring For Marigolds In Pots – Tips On Growing Marigolds In Containers

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterMarigolds are easygoing plants that bloom reliably, even in direct sunlight, punishing heat and poor to average soil. Read on to learn how to grow marigolds in containers.Potted Marigold PlantsAny type of marigold can be grown in containers, but keep in mind that some types, such as African marigolds, can reach heights of up to 3 feet (1 m.

How to grow pak choi (or Chinese cabbage)

How to grow pak choi (or Chinese cabbage)

Pak choi is a particular kind of cabbage with a very similar appearance to chard. Precisely for this similarity, in Italy it is called chard cabbage or Chinese cabbage, given its oriental origins. It is, in fact, a typical vegetable of Chinese cuisine, present in numerous recipes. Its size is small compared to other cabbage plants, so its cultivation is perfect to be practiced in home gardens, where spaces are always tight.

Everything about Garden has its own balcony!

Everything about Garden has its own balcony!

At Allt om Trädgård's editorial office, we have started growing on our 30 (!) Meter long balcony. Already in February we sowed chili, tomato, basil, leeks and peppers and more, which are now growing so fast in the editorial office. Sandra is preparing the planting in the cultivation bench from Hasselfors. Last Friday we made an effort and cleared out old rubbish, while we put our new furniture in place.

Echeveria moranii

Echeveria moranii

Scientific NameEcheveria moranii E.WaltherScientific ClassificationFamily: CrassulaceaeSubfamily: SedoideaeTribe: SedeaeSubtribe: SedinaeGenus: EcheveriaDescriptionEcheveria moranii is a beautiful succulent, up to 8 inches (20 cm) tall, with a short, simple or branched stem and slow-growing rosettes of almost oval leaves.

Muira Puama or marapuama

Muira Puama or marapuama

MUIRA PUAMAthe wood of power Main species and botanical characteristics Muira puama is also known as marapuama whose name means "wood of power" and "grass of love". It is the Ptychopetalum olacoides belonging to the family of Olacaceae. such as Ptycopetalumolacoides typical of Brazil in the Amazon rainforest, French Guiana and Suriname) and Ptycopetalum uncinatum from Brazil.

Haworthia 'Tropical Night'

Haworthia 'Tropical Night'

Scientific NameHaworthia & 39;Tropical Night& 39;Scientific ClassificationFamily: AsphodelaceaeSubfamily: AsphodeloideaeTribe: AloeaeGenus: HaworthiaDescriptionHaworthia & 39;Tropical Night& 39; is a beautiful small succulent with grey-green to grayish-pink, almost transparent leaves with deep green to a purple-brown pattern.

Haworthia arachnoidea var. scabrispina

Haworthia arachnoidea var. scabrispina

Scientific NameHaworthia arachnoidea var. scabrispina M.B.BayerSynonymsHaworthia scabrispinaScientific ClassificationFamily: AsphodelaceaeSubfamily: AsphodeloideaeTribe: AloeaeGenus: HaworthiaDescriptionHaworthia arachnoidea var. scabrispina is an attractive succulent that forms roundish rosettes of dark green leaves covered with stiff white spines that tend to have a brownish color.

Annuals In The South: What Are The Best Southeastern Annual Flowers

Annuals In The South: What Are The Best Southeastern Annual Flowers

By: Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenFlower gardens planted with annualblooms is often the most colorful in the landscape. These plants finish theirlifespan within a year, or a season, and offer the best of all the aspects offoliage and flowers within that timeframe. One of the best things about growingannuals in the South is that you can enjoy an abundance of blooms before the worstheat of summer sets in.

When Are Coconuts Ripe: Do Coconuts Ripen After They Are Picked

When Are Coconuts Ripe: Do Coconuts Ripen After They Are Picked

Coconuts reside in the palm (Arecaceae) family, which contains about 4,000 species. The origin of these palms is somewhat of a mystery but is widespread throughout the tropics, and primarily found on sandy beaches. If you live in a suitably tropical region (USDA zones 10-11), you may be lucky enough to have a coconut in your landscape.

American Ginseng Harvesting: Is It Legal To Harvest Ginseng Roots

American Ginseng Harvesting: Is It Legal To Harvest Ginseng Roots

There are a lot of reasons you may consider harvesting wild Americanginseng. Ginseng root can be sold for a good price, and it’snotoriously difficult to grow so harvesting it in the wild is common. ButAmerican ginseng harvesting is controversial and regulated by law. Know therules before you go ginseng hunting.