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Information About Epiphyllum

Get Started Epiphyllum Varieties: Types Of Cactus Orchid PlantsBy Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistEpiphyllum are the gems of the cactus world. Commonly called orchid cactus, they produce absolutely stunning flowers. There are many types of Epiphyllum, but the majority are epiphytic and live in trees while a few species are terrestrial.

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Plants For Graves – Flowers Good For Planting On A Grave Collections

Plants For Graves – Flowers Good For Planting On A Grave

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistCemeteries are peaceful places for contemplation and reflection. The newly bereaved may wonder, “Can I plant flowers in a cemetery?” Yes, you can, though some cemeteries may have restrictions you need to follow. You can use flowers and plants to make the area attractive and commemorate someone’s life and our connection to them.

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Southern Pea Rust Disease : Learn About Treating Rust In Cowpeas Miscellaneous

Southern Pea Rust Disease : Learn About Treating Rust In Cowpeas

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistBrown pods, speckled leaves and reduced edible yield. If disease levels are high, complete defoliation and crop failure is possible. Luckily, many cultural controls are effective in preventing the disease, as are several other treatments.Recognizing Cowpeas with RustFresh cowpeas (black-eyed peas, southern peas) are a sweet, nutritious treat during the growing season.

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Saxifrage

Saxifrage - annual and perennial grasses, in the amount of about six hundred species combined into thirty genera, grow in the Northern Hemisphere in places with a cool and temperate climate, but some representatives are comfortable in the tropics. In Europe, 12 species of saxifrage can be found. The foliage is alternate in saxifrage, their foliage usually does not have stipules.

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Rose Of Sharon Fertilizer Guide: Learn How To Feed An Althea Plant New

Rose Of Sharon Fertilizer Guide: Learn How To Feed An Althea Plant

By: Darcy Larum, Landscape DesignerA member of the Hibiscus family, rose of sharon is generally a low maintenance and reliable deciduous shrub for the landscape. However, sometimes, as gardeners, the things we do to try to help our plants can actually harm them. For example, rose of sharon shrubs can be very sensitive to over-fertilizing.

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Sea Rocket Information: How To Care For A Sea Rocket Plant New

Sea Rocket Information: How To Care For A Sea Rocket Plant

By: Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenGrowing sea rocket (Cakile edentula) is easy if you’re in the right area. In fact, if you live in coastal areas, you may find the sea rocket plant growing wild. As a member of the mustard family, you might ask, “Is sea rocket edible?”.Sea rocket information indicates that the plant is, indeed, edible and actually quite healthy and packed with nutrition.

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