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Black Tree Aeonium

Black Tree Aeonium

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;Black Tree Aeonium& 34;Browsing: Black Tree AeoniumSucculentopediaAeonium arboreum & 39;Zwartkop& 39; (Black Rose)Aeonium arboreum & 39;Zwartkopf& 39; (Black Rose) is a beautiful succulent that forms clumps of gray-brown stems that often branch near their base…

Deer Mushrooms In The Lawn: What To Do With Deer Mushrooms

Deer Mushrooms In The Lawn: What To Do With Deer Mushrooms

By: Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)For many homeowners, mushroomscan be a nuisance growing in lawns, flower beds, and manicured landscapeplantings. While troublesome, most mushroom populations can be easily removedor managed. One type of mushroom, called the ‘deer mushroom,’ is frequentlyfound in rural yard spaces.

Information About Schisandra

Information About Schisandra

Get Started Schisandra Information – How To Grow Schisandra Magnolia VinesBy Liz BaesslerSchisandra, sometimes also called Schizandra and magnolia vine, is a hardy perennial that produces fragrant flowers and tasty, health promoting berries. Click this article to learn more about magnolia vine care and how to grow Schisandra in the garden.

Types Of Clematis Plants: What Clematis Variety Do I Have

Types Of Clematis Plants: What Clematis Variety Do I Have

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistThere are a couple of ways to classify clematis. One is by pruning group, and the other is as an evergreen or tender vine. There are also bush clematis plants, which are different from the vine variety. Whichever type you choose to grow, you can’t do better than a glorious clematis color show in your garden.

Bergenia Propagation Methods: A Guide To Bergenia Reproduction

Bergenia Propagation Methods: A Guide To Bergenia Reproduction

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterBergenia is also known as heart-leaf bergenia or pigsqueak, thanks to the high-pitched sound that results when two heart-shaped leaves are rubbed together. No matter what you call it, bergenia is an attractive, low-growing perennial with showy clusters of pink or brilliant flowers that bloom in spring.

Blue Elf Sedeveria Care – How To Grow Blue Elf Sedeveria Plants

Blue Elf Sedeveria Care – How To Grow Blue Elf Sedeveria Plants

By: Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenSedeveria ‘Blue Elf’ appears to be a favorite this season, for sale on a few different sites. Learn more about this interesting looking hybrid succulent in this article.About Blue Elf SucculentsAn intergeneric hybrid developed by the innovative growers at Altman Plants, Blue Elf succulents are one of the latest to hit the market but are by no means the only one they’ve developed.

Elephant Ear With Brown Edges: Why Do Elephant Ear Plants Get Brown On Edge

Elephant Ear With Brown Edges: Why Do Elephant Ear Plants Get Brown On Edge

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistYou can’t ask for more visual impact than the large leaved Colocasia, or elephant ear plant. Why do elephant ear plants get brown on edges? It is often due to improper siting but might also have cultural or disease causes. They are tropical plants and cultivation of this big leaved beauty requires moisture, heat and bright but indirect sun.

Barley Sharp Eyespot Control – Tips For Treating Barley Sharp Eyespot Disease

Barley Sharp Eyespot Control – Tips For Treating Barley Sharp Eyespot Disease

By: Mary Ellen EllisBarley, wheat and other grains are susceptible to a fungal disease called sharp eyespot. Fortunately, if you see sharp eyespot on barley growing in your garden, it shouldn’t have a big impact on yield. However, infections can become severe and prevent barley from growing to maturity.

Information About Nerve Plants

Information About Nerve Plants

Get Started Fixing A Wilted Fittonia Plant: What To Do For Droopy FittoniasBy Raffaele Di Lallo, Author and founder of Ohio Tropics houseplant care blogThe Fittonia nerve plant is a beautiful houseplant and normally easy to care for. One problem that people often see, however, is droopy Fittonias. If you have ever owned one, you know that a wilted Fittonia plant is a common issue!

Silver Princess Gum Tree Info: Caring For Silver Princess Eucalyptus Trees

Silver Princess Gum Tree Info: Caring For Silver Princess Eucalyptus Trees

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterSilver princess eucalyptus is a graceful, weeping tree with powdery blue-green foliage. This striking tree, sometimes referred to as silver princess gum tree, displays fascinating bark and unique pink or red flowers with yellow anthers in late winter or early spring, soon followed by bell-shaped fruit.

How To Kill A Tree: Killing Trees In Your Garden

How To Kill A Tree: Killing Trees In Your Garden

By: Heather RhoadesWhile we mostly enjoy the presence of trees in our garden, there are times when they can become a nuisance. Trees are just plants and any plant can become a weed, and knowing how to kill a tree is no different from killing a weed.There are several ways how to kill trees; let’s take a looks at a few.

Finger Aloe

Finger Aloe

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Aster Plant Diseases And Pests: Managing Common Problems With Asters

Aster Plant Diseases And Pests: Managing Common Problems With Asters

By: Liz BaesslerAsters are tough, easy to grow flowers that come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. In short, they’re the ideal plant for your flower garden. Keep reading to learn more about common aster pests and other difficulties, and how to deal with these aster plant problems.Recognizing Common Problems with AstersAs plants go, asters are relatively problem free.

Stock Plant Care: How To Grow Stock Flowers

Stock Plant Care: How To Grow Stock Flowers

By: Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenIf you’re looking for an interesting garden project that produces fragrant spring flowers, you might want to try growing stock plants. The stock plant referred to here is not the plant that you nurture in the greenhouse as a source of cuttings, which may be any type of plant.

Self-Heal Tea Info: How To Make Self-Heal Tea

Self-Heal Tea Info: How To Make Self-Heal Tea

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterSelf-heal (Prunella vulgaris) is commonly known by a variety of descriptive names, including wound root, woundwort, blue curls, hook-heal, dragonhead, Hercules, and several others. The dried leaves of self-heal plants are often used to make herbal tea. Read on to learn more about the possible health benefits of tea made from self-heal plants.

Sweet Iris Care: Growing A Variegated Sweet Iris Plant

Sweet Iris Care: Growing A Variegated Sweet Iris Plant

By: Darcy Larum, Landscape DesignerAlso known as zebra iris, sweet flag iris, and dalmatian iris, variegated sweet iris is a perennial in the bearded iris family with sweet scented blooms. Sweet irises (Iris pallida ‘Variegata’) are often referred to as variegated iris or zebra iris plants because of their dramatic vertical stripping of gold, cream, white and bluish green foliage.

Information About Raspberries

Information About Raspberries

Get Started Raspberry Plant Pollination: Learn About Pollinating Raspberry FlowersBy Amy GrantRaspberries are absolutely delicious. The miracle of their existence has to do with raspberry plant pollination. How are raspberries pollinated? The process is more complex then it first appears. To learn about the natural wonder of pollinating raspberry plants, click here.

Urticaceae

Urticaceae

Urticaceae, commonly known as Nettle family, is a family of flowering plants. The species can be found worldwide, apart from the polar regions. The family name comes from the genus Urtica.Click on the photo or the name of the succulent plant for which you wish to see further information.Back to Browse Succulents by Family.

Growing Wisteria – Proper Wisteria Vine Care

Growing Wisteria – Proper Wisteria Vine Care

By: Nikki Tilley, Author of The Bulb-o-licious GardenThere’s no mistaking the sweet fragrance of wisteria as it perfumes the garden – its beautiful violet-blue or lavender blooms cover this vine in mid-late spring. While growing wisteria is easy, you should take caution with it, as it can quickly overtake everything without proper care.

Popular Southwestern Vines: Choosing Vines For Southwest States

Popular Southwestern Vines: Choosing Vines For Southwest States

By: Teo SpenglerIf you need to soften a stone wall, cover an unpleasant view, or provide shade in an arbor planting, vines can be the answer. Vines can do any and all of these tasks as well as adding vertical interest, color, and fragrance to a backyard.Vines for Southwest states must be able to grow happily through the dry, hot summers of the region.