By Antonino Crapanzano With the term Aster (Linnaeus, 1753) we mean a genus of perennial or annual herbaceous plants, spermatophytes and dicotyledons, belonging to the Asteraceae family. These plants include about 250 species that vary in size, shape, shape, flower and resistance.
By: Liz BaesslerDespite the name, sago palms are not actually palm trees. This means that, unlike most palms, sago palms can suffer if watered too much. Keep reading to learn more about water requirements for sago palm trees and tips on how and when to water sago palms.When to Water Sago PalmsHow much water do sago palms need?
By: Mary Ellen EllisUpper Midwest gardening really starts to get going in April.The seedshave been started for the vegetable garden, bulbs are blooming, and nowit’s time to start thinking about the rest of the growing season. Add thesethings to your garden to do list for April.April Gardening Tasks for the Upper MidwestIf you’re itching to get your hands in the dirt and onplants, April is a good time to get started on several important growing chores.
By: Leslie Garner, Early Childhood EducatorWith all this social distancing and quarantine life going on, most of us are finding ourselves at home a lot more these days – many are families with children. So how do you stay healthy and active while staying at home, especially when you have children who use up a lot of energy?
Several years ago, on my personal plot, I began to "test" more and more interesting medicinal crops - ginkgo biloba, acantopanax, eleutherococcus, Manchurian aralia, ball-headed mordovnik, fragrant rue, field barnacle, as well as fruit and berry novelties: gummy, tayberry, raspberry tree, candy tree, the latest varieties of raspberries, blackberries and frost-resistant grapes.
HOW TO GROW AND CARE FOR OUR PLANTS ARCHISO The narcissus is a plant that, in addition to making the garden cheerful, is easy to grow and multiplies with great ease. Narcissus cultivation pseudonarcissusTecnica of narcisoEsposizioneTemperaturaAnnaffiaturaQuando and how to plant bulbs narcisoDove to plant the narcisiTipo of land - rinvasoConcimazionePotaturaMoltiplicazioneFioritura of narcisoParassiti and malattieGuida all & 39; purchase of narcisoCuriositàCLASSIFICAZIONE BOTANICARegno bulbs: PlantaeClado: AngiospermeClado: MonocotiledoniOrdine: AsparagalesFamiglia: AmaryllidaceaeGenere: NarcissusSpecie: see paragraph «Main species» GENERAL FEATURES OF NARCISSUS Plants belonging to the genus NARCISSUS, better known as they belong to the Amaryllidaceae family, a large family within which we find well-known plants such as Amaryllis, laZephyranthes, laVallota, laClivia, just to name a few.
By: Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)Unique regional growing zones across South Africa allow for great plant diversity. With exceptionally hot and dry summers in some parts of the country, a great number of plants have adapted by remaining dormant during these times, only to bloom when conditions are cool and moist.
By: Liz BaesslerBasal glume blotch is a disease that can affect cerealgrains, including barley, and can cause serious damage to the plant and evenkill young seedlings. Keep reading to learn more about recognizing and treatingbasal glume blotch of barley crops.Barley Basal Glume Blotch InfoWhat is basal glume blotch of barley?
Cucumbers are a popular vegetable in our country, so every gardener, regardless of the size of the plot, likes to grow cucumbers in his garden. But even with the same climatic characteristics, the yield is different for everyone. The whole secret lies in the care when growing cucumbers, it is necessary to plant according to the rules.
Get Started Septoria Diseased Plants – Signs Of Cane And Leaf Spot DiseaseBy Our siteIf you?ve noticed spots on your caneberry stems or foliage, they?ve likely been affected by septoria. While this doesn?t necessarily spell disaster for your plants, it?s certainly not something you want to have.
For centuries, humans have harnessed the power of plants with healing qualities. They may be medicinal or dietary, but healing plants and their uses are a time tested powerful cure and medicine for a host of ailments. The benefits of indoor plants in hospitals may be more than visual and stimulating in form, scent and color.
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