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Chojuro Pear Tree Care: How To Grow Chojuro Asian Pears

Chojuro Pear Tree Care: How To Grow Chojuro Asian Pears

By: Amy GrantAn excellent choice for an Asian pear is the Chojuro. What’s a Chojuro Asian pear have the others don’t? This pear is touted for its butterscotch flavor! Interested in growing Chojuro fruit? Read on to find out how to grow Chojuro Asian pears including Chojuro pear tree care.What is a Chojuro Asian Pear Tree?

Skyrocket Juniper Plants: Learn How To Grow A Skyrocket Juniper Bush

Skyrocket Juniper Plants: Learn How To Grow A Skyrocket Juniper Bush

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistSkyrocket juniper (Juniperus scopulorum ‘Skyrocket’) is a cultivar of a protected species. According to Skyrocket juniper info, the plant’s parent is found wild in the Rocky Mountains of North America in dry, rocky soils. The cultivar is widely available and makes a lovely focal point in the landscape.

Chrysalidocarpus

Chrysalidocarpus

Chrysalidocarpus (Chrysalidocarpus) is an ornamental palm tree, very popular among flower growers due to the exotic beauty of the leaves and undemanding care. It is a tropical heliophyte, that is, a light-loving plant, native to the Comoros and Madagascar. The name translates as "golden fruit", in Greek "chryseus" and karpos ".

Cucumber Anthracnose Treatment: Tips For Anthracnose Control In Cucumbers

Cucumber Anthracnose Treatment: Tips For Anthracnose Control In Cucumbers

By: Amy GrantAnthracnose in cucumber crops can cause serious economic losses to commercial growers. This disease also afflicts most other cucurbits as well as many non-cucurbit species. The symptoms of cucumbers with anthracnose disease are often confused with other foliar diseases, which makes anthracnose control in cucumbers difficult.

What Is Cotton Burr Compost: How To Use Cotton Burr Compost In Gardens

What Is Cotton Burr Compost: How To Use Cotton Burr Compost In Gardens

By: Liz BaesslerAny gardener will tell you that you can’t go wrong with composting. Whether you want to add nutrients, break up dense soil, introduce beneficial microbes, or all three, compost is the perfect choice. But not all compost is the same. Keep reading to learn more about how to use cotton burr compost in your garden.

'Ihi

'Ihi

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

Yellowing Leaves On Prayer Plant: How To Fix Yellow Maranta Foliage

Yellowing Leaves On Prayer Plant: How To Fix Yellow Maranta Foliage

By: Kristi WaterworthThe oval-shaped, beautifully patterned foliage of the prayer plant has earned it a favored spot among houseplants. Indoor gardeners love these plants, sometimes too much. When prayer plants turn yellow, it’s often because of environmental problems, but a few diseases and pests could also be responsible.

7 things you absolutely shouldn't do with ficus if you don't want to ruin it

7 things you absolutely shouldn't do with ficus if you don't want to ruin it

The homeland of ficus is tropical countries, therefore, for comfortable growth, it needs to create suitable conditions. If you avoid the typical mistakes of beginner growers, you can easily get a beautiful plant. Temperature violations If the flower is in a too cold room, its growth will gradually stop and the leaves will begin to fall off.

Zone 4 Evergreen Trees: Choosing Evergreen Trees For Zone 4 Gardens

Zone 4 Evergreen Trees: Choosing Evergreen Trees For Zone 4 Gardens

By: Jackie CarrollIf you want to grow evergreen trees in zone 4, you’re in luck. You’ll find an abundance of species to choose from. In fact, the only difficulty is in choosing just a few.Choosing Zone 4 Evergreen TreesThe first thing to consider when selecting appropriate zone 4 evergreen trees is the climate the trees can withstand.

Planting And Care Of Grape Hyacinths

Planting And Care Of Grape Hyacinths

By: Heather RhoadesGrape hyacinths (Muscari) look much like little miniature hyacinths. These plants are smaller and only get about 6 to 8 inches (16 to 20 cm.) high. Each grape hyacinth flower looks like it has little beads all strung together up and down the stem of the plant.Where to Plant Grape Hyacinth BulbsGrape hyacinths start from small fleshy little bulbs.

Drupa: definition and meaning

Drupa: definition and meaning

BOTANIC DICTIONARY The drupe is an indehiscent fleshy fruit (which does not open when ripe) with a membranous epicarp (the peel), the pulpy mesocarp, and the hard and lignified endocarp that surrounds the seeds commonly called stones.Typical drupes are peaches, cherry, apricot, almond, olive etc.

Myrtle: medicinal properties, method of use and benefits

Myrtle: medicinal properties, method of use and benefits

MIRTOMyrtus communis (family Mirtaceae) GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS The myrtle, scientific name Myrtus communis L., belongs to the Mirtaceae family and is a very famous plant since ancient times, a symbol of glory and happy love. It is also a plant with numerous medicinal properties as well as widely used as an aromatic plant.

Green anise

Green anise

Characteristics Green anise, whose scientific name is Pimpinella Anisum, is a plant included within the large family of Apiacea and Umbrelliferae.We are talking about a plant that falls into the category of aromatic and annuals and which develops following a habit completely erect.

Wrinkled Goldenrod Plants: A Guide To Rough Goldenrod Care

Wrinkled Goldenrod Plants: A Guide To Rough Goldenrod Care

By: Mary Ellen EllisRough goldenrod (Solidago rugosa) flowers bloom in the fall and add a spectacular, rich yellow to the autumnal landscape. As a native wildflower it looks great in perennial beds and natural areas of your garden. Care is easy, and contrary to popular belief, it does not trigger allergies.

Information About Catchfly Plants

Information About Catchfly Plants

Home › Ornamental Gardens › Flowers › Archive for Catchfly PlantsGet Started Growing Silene Armeria: Learn How To Grow Catchfly PlantsBy Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistCatchfly perennials are most suited to moderate weather in full to partial sun. Read the following article to find information on how to care for a sweet william catchfly plant.

Butterfly Sage Care: How To Grow Butterfly Sage In Gardens

Butterfly Sage Care: How To Grow Butterfly Sage In Gardens

By: Liz BaesslerButterfly sage, also commonly called bloodberry, is a small heat loving evergreen shrub that produces beautiful tiny flowers that are excellent for attracting butterflies and other pollinators. But how do you grow butterfly sage plants in the garden? Keep reading to learn more about growing cordia butterfly sage and tips for butterfly sage care.

Useful properties of tomatoes. History of tomatoes. Tomato varieties and hybrids

Useful properties of tomatoes. History of tomatoes. Tomato varieties and hybrids

A crimson treasure trove of vitamins. Part 1 Useful properties of tomatoes As a rule, when a garden plot is purchased, one of the first structures that most gardeners immediately build are various designs of greenhouses. And they are intended mainly for growing the most popular vegetable - tomato.

Onion

Onion

For conveyor production of green onions in the open field, they are grown from a sample, set, seeds. For forcing green onions, pick onions are most often used, i.e. smaller bulbs selected from marketable onions What to look for when buying seeds, how many seeds are needed for sowing, what to buy - varieties or hybrids, how to process and store seeds.

Preparing raspberries for winter: pruning, feeding and shelter

Preparing raspberries for winter: pruning, feeding and shelter

Fruit and berry plants Published: Last edits: In the middle of autumn, after the harvest, when the weather is cold, gardeners begin work that will provide raspberries with a good winter and contribute to the formation of a high yield of berries in the next season.

Autumn is the best time to fight weeds

Autumn is the best time to fight weeds

Autumn is coming. But you need to find time to combat weeds. By removing them in the fall from the garden and garden, you will largely ensure a successful outcome of the new season and future harvest. Weeds prevail over the entire summer season, from spring to late autumn. With the first rays of the sun, when nature comes to life, mother-and-stepmother, dandelion, wheatgrass and other uninvited guests of your garden immediately wake up.