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Questions On Jade Plants
... dearly and have owned for just a few short months, has collapsed on me. Its dew is seeping from creases under the leaves and the whole plant is fairly limp. I ... succulents such as a Christmas cactus. It's very easy to take cuttings at these points and start new plants. Sometimes if the roots begin forming, and conditions become too dry ...
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Herbs
... the herbs. Rocks are often incorporated into the design of herb gardens to provide focal points and windbreaks and to help keep roots cool and moist during the heat of summer ... Contents Harvesting It is best to harvest your herbs in the morning, just after the dew has dried, but before the sun gets hot. The concentration of essential oils is highest ...
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Irish-Eyes ~ Garden City Seeds
... Fertilizers Flower Seed Fruits Gardening Supplies Herb Seed Potato Seed Safe Pest Control Vegetable Seed Points Products Information Printed Catalog Growers Guide Dealers Potato Recipes Usefull Links Shipping & Ordering Privacy Notice ... yield at the end. Spray in the morning while it's still cool and the dew lingers on the leaves. This way all the fertilizer is absorbed. The best time to ...
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CSSA Newsletters #16
... The Visual Language of Cacti by Harriet Olds From the Colorado Cactus and Succulent Society "Points of Interest" newsletter My fascination with the strange and beautiful shapes of cacti and ... far below the desert floor, or a shallow network stretching for yards to catch dew or an infrequent desert rainfall. Cacti don't require a lot of attention. The ...
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Vivi's Orchid Corner - "Costa Rica Orchid Adventures, Article 2" - August 2001
... yearn for all the new and varied adventures each day brings. The sun rises reflecting dew drops on the vegetation. A fine mist spritzes my face. Leisurely walks through the Rainforest ... . Banana plants, ginger, heliconias, palm trees are part of this luxurious landscape. Our Tico friend points out a pink flowered bush with soft urchin like magenta colored berries. This is the ...
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Angraecum cultriforme Culture
... . Even though rainfall is low during the dry season, additional moisture is available from heavy dew, so plants usually receive at least some moisture on a fairly regular basis. Cultivated plants ... , up to 0.6 in. 1.4 cm) long, and taper gradually to long, sharp points. They spread widely to each side at the base but curve forward along their length ...
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Rhynchostylis gigantea Culture
... and early spring. Humidity remains relatively high, however, so some moisture is available from heavy dew and late-night mist. Cultivated plants need less water in winter, and they should become ... cm) long by 0.3 in. (0.7 cm) wide, fleshy, and slightly hairy. It points straight forward, is nearly oblong, and widens somewhat from the base. The disc consists of ...
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Jay's Orchid Species Encyclopedia - Brazil
... who helped us do the dirty work]. Octemeria oxycheila was a common plant here. Marcos points out our first flowering orchid Pleurothallis saundersiana. After a bit of slogging through the water ... on the wood. The rock outcroppings of this area are very dry, but get heavy dew in the mornings and a wet spring. Notice that only Vellozia bushes are visible. Our ...
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East Everglades Orchids Society
... these high cool bogs of Hawaii. As evidence, a sun-dew (Drosera anglica), also common in the Alaskan bogs, probably also ... says (personal communication). All of the New World polystachyas, he points out, are superficially similar and have greenish-yellow flowers. Because ... even though this is an orchid of African origin, Stem points out that John Lindley's initial 1821 scientific description of ...
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NUT TREE GROWING IN KENTUCKYtc
... reduction in vigor. Structural decline may also be evident since disintegrating galls often provide entry points for wood-rotting fungi and insects. Pruning infected stock greatly increases the probability that ... their piercing-sucking mouthparts to remove plant sap. Black, sooty mold can grow on "honey dew" deposited by aphids as they feed. Heavy infestations may cause extensive leaf drop that ...
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