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Chrysanthemum Care for the Winter Months
... the leaves. Frost heaving caused by alternate freezing and thawing of the soil is also a major problem. To help with these problems and keep the plants somewhat protected and dry, you can mound the soil up around each plant as well as creating a simple drainage ditch alongside. To help avoid the heaving try to keep the plants somewhat ...
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The Amaryllis
... the pot every few days will keep the foliage growth balanced. Varieties with extra large blooms might need staking. Fertilize with a "complete" water-soluble houseplant fertilizer once a month while the plants ... profusely flowering species with flowers somewhat smaller than the hybrids mentioned above. It is the "original" amaryllis which was first used as a houseplant in the 19th century. It will ...
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Biggest is Not Best with Bedding Plants
... on the issue of hardening off. Traditionalists recommend that plants be slowly introduced to the outside world by placing them in a sheltered and somewhat shaded location for a few hours each day over the ... best done in the cool of the evening. If you simply must transplant in the daytime, be sure to keep the plants very well watered and give them shade from the full sun for the first few days ...
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Questions On Spider Plants
... indirect sunlight, as long as the sun coming in can brighten the room. The production of spiderettes is tied, somewhat, to day length. In response to increasing daylight, the plant should begin producing flowers ... a brown strip running down the middle of the leaf. All the leaves seem very limp and heavy and are breaking. I live in Honolulu, Hawaii. I keep the plants near the window in an air ...
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Care of Specialty Potted Plants
... is to keep the plants actively growing after they finish blooming. Keep the plants in full sun, with a nighttime temperature above 60F. As soon as danger of frost has passed, set the plants in the garden in ... 50F, will promote good growth and flower development. Plants should be watered sparingly in summer and allowed to dry out somewhat during winter when at rest. Some cultivars are difficult to ...
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Currants and Gooseberries in the Home Garden
... the medium-sized, pinkish berries easy to harvest. Welcome A cultivar released by the University of Minnesota in 1957, Welcome is very hardy, has few spines, and produces dull red fruit of somewhat ... bare-root plants, make certain to keep the plants cool and moist until they go into the ground; the delicate root systems must not be allowed to dry or become waterlogged. Just before planting, soak the ...
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Water Pond Plants For Oxygen oxygenators pool curly pond weed
... plants join the queue for the demand for oxygen. So in a very heavily stocked pool that is overloaded with underwater plant life, resources can be somewhat stretched. ON THE OTHER HAND... If you keep within the ...
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Pond plants and oxygen water oxygenators pool curly pond weed
... plants join the queue for the demand for oxygen. So in a very heavily stocked pool that is overloaded with underwater plant life, resources can be somewhat stretched. ON THE OTHER HAND... If you keep within the ...
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Lilium pardalinum: The Panther Lily
... the petals reflexed back rather like a trout lily) in an attractive burnt orange (though this is somewhat variable) fading to a nice clear yellow in the centre. The ... keep them alive. Not this one. I grow it..... well, anywhere, really. Like all lilies it benefits from a good feed periodically, though it certainly does not require it. The plants ...
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Fritillaria camschatcensis - Plants For A Future database report
... About Us The Book Membership Cornwall Site Devon Site Other Leaflets Mailing list Yahoo List Help keep this ... The green seedpods can be eaten raw or cooked. They are somewhat bitter[172]. Medicinal Uses None known Other Uses None known Scented Plants Flowers: Fresh The ... the uses without any details of how to utilize the plants. Not for the casual reader. [60] Hitchcock. C. L. Vascular Plants of the ...
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