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Information About Black Cohosh Plant
Information About Black Cohosh Plant

Home › Edible Gardens › Herbs › Archive for Black Cohosh PlantGet Started Information About Black Cohosh Plant Care And UsesBy Amy GrantYou& 39;ve probably heard about black cohosh with respect to women& 39;s health. This interesting herb plant has much to offer the garden too. Read here for more information on black cohosh plant care.

Harlequin Glorybower Info: Tips For Growing A Harlequin Glorybower Shrub
Harlequin Glorybower Info: Tips For Growing A Harlequin Glorybower Shrub

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterWhat is harlequin glorybower? Native to Japan and China, harlequin gloryblower bush (Clerodendrum trichotomum) is also known as peanut butter bush. Why? If you crush the leaves between your fingers, the scent is reminiscent of unsweetened peanut butter, an aroma that some people find unappealing.

Euphorbia neorubella
Euphorbia neorubella

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Peace Lily Repotting – Learn How And When To Repot Peace Lilies
Peace Lily Repotting – Learn How And When To Repot Peace Lilies

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterWhen it comes to easy indoor plants, it doesn’t get much easier than a peace lily. This tough plant even tolerates low light and a certain amount of neglect. However, repotting a peace lily plant is occasionally necessary, as a rootbound plant isn’t able to absorb nutrients and water and may eventually die.

Mentha Aquatica – Information About Growing Watermint
Mentha Aquatica – Information About Growing Watermint

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistWatermint plants are aquatic to riparian flora. It naturally occurs in northern Europe along waterways, in storm ditches, and near rivers and other waterways. Older generations had many thoughts on how to use watermint. It has topical uses, can be made into a tea, helps in natural pest control and other properties.

Huernia guttata subsp. calitzdorpensis
Huernia guttata subsp. calitzdorpensis

Scientific NameHuernia guttata subsp. calitzdorpensis L.C.LeachAccepted Scientific NameHuernia guttata (Masson) R. Br. ex Haw.Scientific ClassificationFamily: ApocynaceaeSubfamily: AsclepiadoideaeTribe: StapeliaeGenus: HuerniaDescriptionHuernia guttata subsp. calitzdorpensis is a local or morphological form distinguished from Huernia guttata subsp.

Hydroponic Farming With Kids – Hydroponic Gardening At Home
Hydroponic Farming With Kids – Hydroponic Gardening At Home

By: Mary Ellen EllisHydroponics is a method of growing plants that uses water with nutrients in place of soil. It’s a useful way to grow indoors because it’s cleaner. Hydroponic farming with kids requires some equipment and basic knowledge, but it’s not difficult and teaches many valuable lessons.Hydroponic Gardening at HomeHydroponics can be a major operation, including growing food with hydroponic farms on a large scale, but also a fun home project that is simple and easy.

Preventing Ticks: How To Get Rid Of Tick Naturally In The Landscape
Preventing Ticks: How To Get Rid Of Tick Naturally In The Landscape

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterTicks are nasty little pests that feed on the blood of vertebrates – including you and your pets. If you’re anxious to learn about preventing ticks or you want to know how to get rid of ticks, read on for more info.Controlling Ticks in my GardenTicks can carry lyme disease and other of dangerous diseases, and although there are several types of ticks, they all have eight legs and rounded bodies.

Buttonbush Plant Care: Tips For Buttonbush Planting In Gardens
Buttonbush Plant Care: Tips For Buttonbush Planting In Gardens

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterButtonbush is a unique plant that thrives in moist locations. Buttonbush shrubs love garden ponds, rain ponds, river banks, swamps, or just about any site that is consistently wet. The plant tolerates water as deep as 3 feet (1 m.). If you’re thinking about planting a rain garden, growing buttonbush is a great idea.

Growing Weigela – Tips On The Care Of Weigela
Growing Weigela – Tips On The Care Of Weigela

By: Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenWhen you learn how to grow Weigela, you’ll know how to grow a shrub valued for use as a specimen or border plant. This old-fashioned beauty blooms profusely in spring and sporadically through the summer. Care of Weigela is low maintenance.

No Ears On Corn Stalks: Why Is My Corn Not Producing Ears
No Ears On Corn Stalks: Why Is My Corn Not Producing Ears

By: Amy GrantWe’re growing corn this year and it’s sort of awe inspiring. I swear I can practically see it growing right before my eyes. As with everything we grow, we hope the outcome will be some juicy, sweet corn for late summer BBQs, but I’ve had some problems in the past, and maybe you have too.

Bishop's Miter Cactus
Bishop's Miter Cactus

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Home Construction And Gardens: Tips On Protecting Plants During Construction
Home Construction And Gardens: Tips On Protecting Plants During Construction

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistAs you plan that new addition, rebuilt garage or any other building project, it is important to plan how to protect plants during construction. Trees and other plants can have damage occur due to root injury, heavy machinery compaction, slope changes, and many other potential by-products of changing topography.

How to Grow Succulents in a Pot without Drainage Holes
How to Grow Succulents in a Pot without Drainage Holes

If you have the option to choose, always get a pot with good drainage or drill one yourself. However, if you are growing succulents indoors and want to use pots without drainage holes and not worry about water coming out the bottom of the pot, there are a few tricks that can help you minimize the risk of killing your plants.

Urn Plant Care: How To Grow Urn Plant Houseplants
Urn Plant Care: How To Grow Urn Plant Houseplants

Aechmea fasciata, the urn plant bromeliad, comes to us from the South American rainforests. It is an epiphyte, commonly called an air plant, and in the wild it grows on other plants where it receives moisture from heavy rains and nutrients from decaying debris around its roots. This is important to urn plant care in your home as you will try to mimic its natural conditions.

White Oil Recipe: How To Make White Oil For An Insecticide
White Oil Recipe: How To Make White Oil For An Insecticide

By: Heather RhoadesAs an organic gardener, you may know the difficulty of finding a good organic insecticide. You may ask yourself, “How do I make my own insecticide?” Making white oil to use as an insecticide is easy and inexpensive. Let’s take a look at how to make white oil and why it works as an insecticide.

Bottleplant Shrub
Bottleplant Shrub

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Almond Pest Control – Recognizing Almond Tree Pest Symptoms
Almond Pest Control – Recognizing Almond Tree Pest Symptoms

Almonds are not only delicious but nutritious, so many folks are trying their hand at growing their own nuts. Unfortunately, humans aren’t the only ones that enjoy almonds; there are lots of bugs that eat almonds or the tree’s foliage. When treating pests on almond trees, it’s important to recognize almond tree pest symptoms.

Oxalis
Oxalis

Oxalis is by far the largest genus in the wood-sorrel family Oxalidaceae: of the approximately 900 known species in the Oxalidaceae, 800 belong here. The genus occurs throughout most of the world, except for the polar areas; species diversity is particularly rich in tropical Brazil, Mexico and South Africa.

Buffalo Grass Lawns: Information About The Care Of Buffalo Grass
Buffalo Grass Lawns: Information About The Care Of Buffalo Grass

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistBuffalo grass is low maintenance and tough as a turf grass. The plant is a perennial native to the Great Plains from Montana to New Mexico. The grass spreads by stolons and was first used as a turf grass in the 1930s. The plant has a history of being expensive and hard to establish but planting buffalo grass from the newer cultivars have minimized these traits.