Rhipsalis Care: Growing the Jungle Cacti

Fall Gardening – Planting Daffodil Bulbs in Your Garden

Daffodils are amongst the most popular flowering plants that are grown throughout the world. They are known for their unmatched beauty that has the potential of transforming the garden completely. Daffodil is also known as Narcissus and it has many spring flowering varieties. The varieties of this flowering plant are very diverse and they come in many colors.

Create a Beautiful Fall Garden in October

With the fall sun moving lower in the sky, October is the time to adjust your garden to keep it producing beautiful flowers and tasty vegetables in Southern California. Plant Cool-Weather Flowers: Give you fall garden a dash of color by planting cool-weather flowers such as pansies, calendula, primrose, chrysanthemums, delphiniums, Iceland poppies, snapdragons and alyssum. Consider sprinkling California wildflowers seeds around your garden including California poppies, larkspur, linaeria and gypsophila.

Baby It’s Cold Outside – Bring Your Garden Inside

I’m sitting writing this whilst the Autumn leaves are falling and the first bare patches of earth are arriving in my garden. Whilst there are lots of plants outside that will keep giving pleasure through the winter this is a great time to think about indoor gardening. After all, it’s cold outside!

Hydroponics – Roots and Oxygen

The importance of aeration of plants roots, a description of how to aerate your plants roots using soil, and the positive effects aeration of plants roots can have on your gardens plants. There are a lot of articles and information regarding the importance of carbon dioxide to a plant’s health, but very few about the importance of oxygen to a plant’s nutrient uptake and overall health.

Roses – How, What and Where to Plant for the Best Effects

A flower garden does not seem complete without a show of roses. They are decorative, functional, long lived, have innumerable varieties and above all are amongst the easiest of plants to grow and maintain. Judicious mixing of the various forms around your garden or yard such as creepers, shrubs, ramblers, climbers, hedges or just as beds of Hybrid Teas or Floribundas in standard or bush form will add extra interest to a colorful display.

Finding the Best Plant Pots Made Easy

No garden is complete without a range of plant pots, holding anything from a fruit tree to sculpted shrub to a few flowers. There are so many different types of pots, with both traditional and modern designs, that it can be hard to find one which suits your own garden, and yet can also comfortably hold the plants that you wish to grow there.

Efficient Removal of Japanese Knotweed

Many gardeners will live in fear of ever having Japanese Knotweed in their gardens. It is now the most invasive plant in Britain as it will resist attempts to remove it vigorously. It can be eradicated however and this article will provide a few tips on how to do this.

Japanese Knotweed Removal

To remove Japanese Knotweed from your garden is more than a challenge for most of us. As the plant is very invasive and can cause damage to property the removal should be dealt with thoroughly and effectively.

Plumeria Flower – Tips, Tricks, and Secrets

People love having their own Plumeria flower plant no matter where in the world they live. Even though it is actually a tropical plant, with a little extra care and knowledge you can successfully enjoy the gorgeous plumeria flower where you live too.

The Amazing Plumeria Flower

The amazing Plumeria Flower is adored the world over because of both its colorful flowers and its sweet fragrance. Hawaiian leis are typically made from the plumeria flower and with good reason. Learn something new about this coveted plant and the stunning flowers it produces!

Edible Garden Organic Bug Killer

First thing to consider is, are the bugs in your edible garden a pest? Does the plant appear to be dying? Is the fruit or flower of the plant affected? Is the plant still growing?

How to Grow a Secret Vegetable Garden

When most people think of a vegetable garden, they think of carrots, cabbages and potatoes, growing in military rows on bare ground, usually hidden somewhere in the back of the garden. It’s utililitarian, but it’s not usually the prettiest part of the garden. Some people, especially those with smaller gardens, choose not to grow vegetables, because they want to look out at a view of colourful plants and flowers, rather than the functional ranks of a vegetable patch.

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