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Calathea Care In Gardens: Tips For Growing Calathea Plants Outside

Calathea Care In Gardens: Tips For Growing Calathea Plants Outside

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterCalathea is a large genus of plants with several dozen very distinct species. Indoor plant enthusiasts enjoy growing Calathea plants for the colorful leaf markings, indicated by names such as rattlesnake plant, zebra plant or peacock plant.Will Calathea grow outdoors?

Orchid encyclia

Orchid encyclia

A genus such as Encyclia is directly related to the orchid family. It unites more than 160 plant species, represented by lithophytes and epiphytes. In nature, they can be found in Central and South America. Characteristic features of this genus are: sympoidal growth (this is when a young stem grows at the base of an old one), short rhizomes (creeping aerial shoot), two-leaved (sometimes one-, three- and four-leafed ) pseudobulbs pear-shaped or ovoid.

Angraecum magdalenae photographs

Angraecum magdalenae photographs

PHOTOGRAPHS OF NATURE AND THE ENVIRONMENTAngraecum magdalenae Courtesy of Adelindo Giuliani Courtesy of Adelindo Giuliani Kingdom: PlantaeClado: AngiospermsClado: MonocotyledonsOrder: AsparagalesFamily: OrchidaceaeGenus: AngraecumgradalenaSpecie

Pseudorhipsalis

Pseudorhipsalis

Pseudorhipsalis is genus of cacti. This genus is often included in Disocactus.Click on the photo or the name of the succulent plant for which you wish to see further information.Back to Browse Succulents by Genus.You can also browse succulents by Scientific Name, Common Name, Family, USDA Hardiness Zone, Origin, or cacti by Genus.

Horse and olive tree: the myth of their creation

Horse and olive tree: the myth of their creation

MYTH OF THE CREATION OF THE FIRST OLIVE TREE AND THE FIRST HORSE Athena and Poseidon Louvre Museum, Paris (France) It all began when a Zeus, married to Metis at that time, was predicted by Geea daUrano that one day Metis would give birth to two children, the second of which it would have dethroned him.

Juniper

Juniper

Juniper is a coniferous shrub of the Cypress family. Some species of this evergreen plant are known to us as heather, and one of the tree-like junipers is called juniper. Most of the representatives of the genus grow in regions with a temperate climate, but there are some among them that feel great even in Africa.

Moving Plants Across State Lines: Can You Transport Plants Over State Borders

Moving Plants Across State Lines: Can You Transport Plants Over State Borders

By: Amy GrantAre you planning a move out of state soon and planning ontaking your beloved plants with you? Can you take plants across state lines? They’rehouseplants, after all, so you figure no big deal, right? Depending on whereyou move to, you might be wrong. You may be surprised to learn there areactually laws and guidelines about moving plants out of state.

Onion Harvest Time: Learn How And When To Harvest Onions

Onion Harvest Time: Learn How And When To Harvest Onions

By: Susan Patterson, Master GardenerThe use of onions for food goes back over 4,000 years. Onions are popular cool season vegetables that can be cultivated from seed, sets or transplants. Onions are an easy-to-grow and manage crop, that when properly harvested, can provide a kitchen staple through the fall and winter.

Gazebo

Gazebo

The gazebo is a structure that allows you to cover an outdoor area, usually used as a dining area but could also be used as a relaxation area or, by purchasing a folding gazebo, as an area where the car can be sheltered. All the gazebos have essentially the same shape, even if today the design market has brought a breath of fresh air by offering a series of gazebos capable of adapting to any space.

The drug Thunderstorm: instructions for use, reviews

The drug Thunderstorm: instructions for use, reviews

Insecticides Published: December 20, 2011 Reprinted: Last edits: During periods of high humidity, many gastropods appear in gardens and vegetable gardens, which feed on the leaves of plants, leaving large holes in them. Slugs and snails are engaged in their destructive activity mainly at night.

Information About False Hellebore

Information About False Hellebore

Get Started What Is False Hellebore – Learn About Indian Poke PlantsBy Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistFalse hellebore plants are native to North America and have a deeply rooted culture in First Nation?s history. What is false hellebore? This article has more information about its history and care.

All about Garden No. 12 2012

All about Garden No. 12 2012

In Rabatt & Designspecial from Allt om Trädgård, you will learn how to create nicely in this year's discount school. Everything about plant selection and composition. From the content: Report from the Chelsea Flower Show. Everything about Garden was there. Sno style! We look abroad and are inspired. A front, three styles - with different plants and materials, the same entrance is dramatically different.

A gift from cancer

A gift from cancer

After getting out on another fishing vacation in Karelia, I stopped in a small village in the house of a local old-timer Vasily Fedorovich Sazonov. According to rumors, crayfish were found in the surrounding lakes. Therefore, when we were sitting at the table and had tea, I asked: - Vasily Fedorovich, are there crayfish in the local lakes?

Quince Care – Tips On How To Grow A Quince Tree

Quince Care – Tips On How To Grow A Quince Tree

By: Jackie CarrollIf you’re looking for an ornamental flowering tree or shrub that produces fragrant fruit and looks good throughout the year, consider growing quince. Quince trees (Cydonia oblonga) were popular during colonial times but eventually fell out of favor because they offered no immediate gratification: you couldn’t eat them right off the tree.

CAP and environmental protection

CAP and environmental protection

At what point are we with the CAP and the protection of the environment? The associations of organic and biodynamic farmers, the environmentalist ones (FAI, LIP, WWF, Italia Nostra, Pro Natura) and the Italian society of landscape ecology have sent to the Minister of agriculture, the councilor of the Puglia region as representative of the conference of the Regions on agriculture and an open letter to the parliamentarians of the Agriculture committees of the Chamber and Senate and of the European Parliament in which they express their concern for the progress of the debate on the CAP reform .

Meaning of flowers - Aquilegia - Language of the flowers of Aquilegia

Meaning of flowers - Aquilegia - Language of the flowers of Aquilegia

LANGUAGE AND MEANING OF FLOWERS AND PLANTS AQUILEGIA Aquilegiaspp. (family: Ranunculaceae) There are several schools that try to give a meaning to this plant: a current of thought has it that the name of the genus Aquilegia derives from the Latin aquilegus that is to say "aquam lego" that is "I collect the water" for the shape of the funnel-shaped petals designed to accommodate water & 34; (note 1) or aquilĕgus "who draws water" (pl.

 Features of autumn gooseberry care, including processing, feeding and pruning

Features of autumn gooseberry care, including processing, feeding and pruning

Do you want to collect fifteen kilograms of delicious large berries from the gooseberries growing in your garden? Then you need to try to provide the shrub with the best conditions for growth and fruiting. Although some gardeners manage to get a good harvest without much effort, planting and caring for a plant like gooseberry is still of great importance.

Giant Cabuya

Giant Cabuya

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;Giant Cabuya& 34;Browsing: Giant CabuyaSucculentopediaFurcraea foetida (Mauritius Hemp)Furcraea foetida (Mauritius Hemp) is an evergreen, succulent subshrub, a close relative to Agave.

Sharp-leaved Crassula

Sharp-leaved Crassula

Browsing: Sharp-leaved CrassulaSucculentopediaCrassula cultrata (Bush Plakkie)Crassula cultrata (Bush Plakkie) is a somewhat branched, succulent shrub, up to 32 inches (80 cm) tall, with woody, usually erect branches…

Licorice: medicinal properties, method of use and benefits

Licorice: medicinal properties, method of use and benefits

LIQUIRIZIAGlycyrrhiza glabra(famigliaFabaceae)CARATTERISTICHE GENERALILa liquirizia, nome scientifico Glycyrrhiza glabra L., appartiene alla famiglia delle Fabaceae ed è una pianta nota a tutti come pianta aromatizzante ma è anche sorprendentemente una pianta dalle numerose proprietà medicinali. E& 39; tipica delle regioni mediterranee fino a 1000 m d& 39;altitudine.