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Fenestraria
Fenestraria

Fenestraria is a genus of succulent plants in the family Aizoaceae. The name of the genus comes form the Latin word & 34;fenestra& 34;, meaning & 34;window& 34;. The species are found in the winter rainfall region of southern Africa and to Namibia.Click on the photo or the name of the succulent plant for which you wish to see further information.

Zapotec Pink Pleated Tomato Plants – Tips For Growing Zapotec Tomatoes
Zapotec Pink Pleated Tomato Plants – Tips For Growing Zapotec Tomatoes

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistPicture a tomato with a fluted, rounded shape and brightpink flesh and you’ve got an image of Zapotec pink pleated tomato plants. Theirform is intriguing and beautiful but the flavor is also exceptional. The plantsare said to be from the Oaxacan region in Mexico and grown by the Zapotectribe.

Linden - Tilia
Linden - Tilia

The common lime, common name for tilia vulgaris, is a very beautiful tree, belonging to the Tiliacee family. Its name derives from the Greek term “ptilon” with the meaning of wing, referring to its fofliacea bract that facilitates the spread of the fruit clusters thanks to the blowing of the wind.

Rose Of Sharon Companion Plants: What To Plant Near To Rose Of Sharon
Rose Of Sharon Companion Plants: What To Plant Near To Rose Of Sharon

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterRose of Sharon is a hardy, deciduous shrub that produces big, hollyhock-like blooms when most blooming shrubs are winding down in late summer and early autumn. The downside is that this hibiscus cousin doesn’t make a great focal point because it’s rather uninteresting for much of the season and may not even leaf out until June if temperatures are chilly.

Dividing An African Violet Plant – How To Separate African Violet Suckers
Dividing An African Violet Plant – How To Separate African Violet Suckers

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterAfrican violets are cheery little plants that don’t appreciate a lot of fuss and muss. In other words, they’re the perfect plant for busy (or forgetful) folks. Dividing an African violet– or separating African violet “pups”– is an easy way to generate more plants to spread around your house or to share with lucky friends.

Chrysanthemum Crown Gall Treatment: Managing Crown Gall Of Mum Plants
Chrysanthemum Crown Gall Treatment: Managing Crown Gall Of Mum Plants

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistGot galls? Galls are overgrowths of the stems in plantsthat resemble tumors. In chrysanthemums, they appear on the main stemand peripheral twigs. The fat, ugly tumors are the most obvious of thechrysanthemum crown gall symptoms. What causes this and how do you prevent it?

Zone 9 Privacy Trees: Growing Trees For Privacy In Zone 9
Zone 9 Privacy Trees: Growing Trees For Privacy In Zone 9

By: Teo SpenglerIf you don’t have a 40-acre homestead, you aren’t alone. These days, houses are built much closer together than in yesteryear, which means your neighbors aren’t far from your backyard. One good way to get some privacy is to plant privacy trees. If you’re thinking of planting trees for privacy in Zone 9, read on for tips.

How to independently clean a pond or small reservoir
How to independently clean a pond or small reservoir

Your own cozy pond is the dream of any summer resident who imagines an idyllic picture with a crystal clear surface of the reflecting glare of the sun. But we must not forget that any pond quickly blooms and becomes polluted, and the question arises before the summer resident - how to clean a pond or a small reservoir?

Growing Lentils: Where Are Lentils Grown And How To Use Lentils
Growing Lentils: Where Are Lentils Grown And How To Use Lentils

Lentils (Lens culinaris Medik), from the family Leguminosae, are an ancient Mediterranean crop grown more than 8,500 years ago, said to have been found in Egyptian tombs dating from 2400 BC. A highly nutritious food legume primarily cultivated for seed and frequently eaten as dhal, lentils are grown as an annual crop during cool seasons and in areas of limited rainfall.

Euphorbia Stem Rot Issues – Reasons For A Rotting Candelabra Cactus
Euphorbia Stem Rot Issues – Reasons For A Rotting Candelabra Cactus

By: Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenCandelabracactus stem rot, also called euphorbia stem rot, is caused by a fungal disease.It is passed to other plants and attacks by splashing water, soil, and evenpeat. The tall stems of euphorbia begin to rot at the top of the limbs once thefungus takes hold.

Suburban area layout
Suburban area layout

Landscaping / Questions and Answers / Planning a summer cottage I heard from a friend, and she is a fan of summer cottages, that the direction of geoplastics is now fashionable. Tell us what kind of animal it is and with what it is eaten? Victoria The answer of a specialist The term geoplastics ... Hello! Our family inherited a very modest plot and a small wooden garden house.

Plants on L
Plants on L

List of plants with the letter L, which are grown at home, in the garden and in the garden. Hazelnut or hazel is a perennial shrub plant. It is found mainly in the forest, but there are hardly any gardeners who would not want to grow hazelnuts in their area. I want to tell you how I care for lobelia seedlings, as well as how and when I dive it in separate cups.

Information About Walking Iris
Information About Walking Iris

Get Started Walking Iris Division – How And When To Transplant NeomaricaBy Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterIf your walking iris plants have outgrown their boundaries, or if they aren?t blooming as well as they once did, it may be time to divide and conquer. Learn more about transplanting walking irises in this article.

Melon - Cucumis melo
Melon - Cucumis melo

The melon The melon, common name for cucumis melo, belonging to the Cucurbitaceae family, is a very widespread annual plant, which grows in particular along the Mediterranean basin. In our country it is therefore widespread from north to south. The fruit is eaten especially in summer, a season in which it is appreciated for its freshness and high water content.

Cypress
Cypress

This plant community includes evergreen dwarf shrubs, shrubs and trees that grow in both hemispheres. A characteristic feature of these plants is their high content of essential oils and triterpene compounds. The family is divided into two subfamilies, more than thirty genera and has more than one and a half hundred species.

Video about calathea - growing, fertilizing and watering calathea, signs of calathea
Video about calathea - growing, fertilizing and watering calathea, signs of calathea

Kalatea is an unusual flower, in which early in the morning the foliage is horizontal, and in the evening the leaves of the plant are strictly vertical. Like all arrowroots, to the family of which this plant belongs, the leaves of the calathea fold at night or during the rain.

 Dwarf tomato varieties Gnome - the favorite of many summer residents
Dwarf tomato varieties Gnome - the favorite of many summer residents

Every year, a huge number of new varieties of tomatoes appear on the shelves. The dwarf dwarf with small fruits has already met the expectations of the breeders. It has been grown in summer cottages throughout the country for more than 10 years. History and description of the variety Tomatoes were not always popular, there was a time when they were even considered poisonous.

Demeter
Demeter

DEMETRADemetra, ancient sculpture Demeter, daughter of Cronus and Rhea and therefore sister of Zeus, is the goddess of plants and cereals in Greek mythology, patroness of soil fertility and female fertility. brother Zeus and Pluto (god of riches) from the mortal Iasion.

Information About Mistflower
Information About Mistflower

Get Started Blue Mistflowers – How To Grow A Mistflower PlantBy Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenBlue mistflowers are a colorful addition to the natural area or on the sunny edges of the wooded garden. Mistflower care is minimal. Learning how to grow a mistflower plant is simple.

Leaf septoria: what it is and how to treat it
Leaf septoria: what it is and how to treat it

Nella septoriosi fogliare ti sarai sicuramente già imbattuto.Ti sarà certamente capitato, osservando le piante che abitano il tuo orto domestico o il tuo frutteto, di notare talvolta la presenza di macchie gialle sulle loro foglie.Le ragioni possono essere diverse, ma spesso il problema è provocato da un fungo che causa, appunto, la temibile septoriosi fogliare.