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OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Research Station News
... neighbors. Flowering houseplants make great gifts Nothing makes a more welcome gift than the promise of blossoms in winter. This time of year, garden centers are overflowing with flowering houseplants, many of which will keep blooming on and off all year. How to buy healthy houseplants Winter is the time we often cheer ourselves up with houseplants. How to help houseplants ...
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Lighting tips for your houseplants
... for your houseplants Add to Favorites Houseplants Home Choosing Houseplants Easy Care Houseplants Watering Tips Feeding Tips Lighting Tips Effect of Temperature Effect of Humidity Diseases and ... quickly. South, east or west facing windows are excellent for most flowering houseplants. There are some species of flowering houseplants that require a lower light intensity, such as the African Violet ...
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HOUSEPLANTS
... flower only when day-length is less than 12 hours. However, most flowering houseplants are not sensitive to day-length. Houseplants with VARIEGATED leaves need more light than plants with plain green leaves ... 85 degrees F). Most foliage houseplants grow best between 70 to 80 degrees F during the daytime, and 60 to 68 degrees F at night. Most flowering houseplants grow well with the same ...
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Houseplants
... for beginners, and best plants for Chronic Overwaterers. Houseplants Just Around The Corner Dreary old March requires a little brightening up. Try these flowering houseplants to chase away that late winter cabin ... Plants That Earn Their Keep Flowering and foliage houseplants are great, but why not try growing a few vegetables or fruit to brighten your home? Houseplants Queen of the Night The ...
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For Christmas and Chanukah: Oranges as Houseplants
... Christmas and Chanukah: Oranges as Houseplants For Christmas and Chanukah: Oranges as Houseplants GardenLine | House Plants | For Christmas and Chanukah: Oranges as Houseplants Sara Williams Oranges first found their way into ... are more likely to grow true to variety, but large mature size and late flowering and fruiting are still disadvantages. Tip cuttings are an easy method of propagating the ...
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How to fertilize your houseplants
... your houseplants Add to Favorites Houseplants Home Choosing Houseplants Easy Care Houseplants Watering Tips Feeding Tips Lighting Tips Effect of Temperature Effect of Humidity Diseases ... mix. Houseplants require little or no fertilizer during the winter months. Slow-growing plants need comparatively less fertilizer. Faster growing plants will need comparatively more fertilizer. Flowering plants ...
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Seasonal Flowering Houseplant Care
... watering can significantly reduce the flowering period. Each plant type has it's own growing requirements. Often homeowners attempt to grow flowering potted plants after they finish flowering. While this is possible for ... the plant's useful life is two to four weeks. Most forced spring-flowering bulbs should be discarded after flowering. Gardenias - The night temperature should be near 60F and 70F ...
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Watering Houseplants
... Watering Houseplants Incorrectly watering indoor plants accounts for a large percentage of house plant losses. The most ... more frequent watering . A large plant in a small pot will need water more often. Flowering plants and rapidly growing plants dry out quickly. Different soil mixes require different watering schedules ...
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Houseplants - Needs - Proper Light
... for plant growth and can be one of the most limiting factors for success with houseplants. Both the amount and the quality of light are important. Light intensity refers to brightness ... refers to the wavelengths of light. Plants need blue and red wavelengths for photosynthesis. For flowering, they also need infrared light. Choosing lights Incandescent lights: mostly red, some infrared, low blue ...
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Vegetative Propagation of Houseplants - Cuttings
... Vegetative Propagation of Houseplants - Cuttings Needs Selecting Care Types Plant Health Propagation Vegetative Propagation of Houseplants Cuttings Taking cuttings is the most common method of vegetative propagation. Cuttings can be made ... cut and remove excess leaves, allowing 23 to remain. If you are propagating a flowering stem, be sure to remove any flowers or seed so that the energy can be ...
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