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Silver Dollar Jade?? - Cacti & Succulents Forum - GardenWeb
... Silver Dollar Jade does have the red edges and "chalkiness", but the leaf thickness and form is a little atypical. The link in plantomaniac's ... at 17:19 Thanks for all your input. I agree Brandon...the leaf thickness is definitely atypical. But I think it's a mutant...because ... the the website I provided you, you can propogate it by leaf or stem cuttings. I am not sure what this means exactly, ...
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Rohdea japonica Roth
... Leaf length> OOBA (= big leaf) : leaf length is more than 30cm. CHUUBA (= middle sized leaf) : leaf length is 15-25cm KOBA (= small leaf) : 3-15cm <Leaf thickness> ATSUBA (= thick leaf ...
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Bribie Island Orchid Society - Orchid Information and Photographs
... Leaf Shape: Leaf shapes encountered in Australian terrestrial orchids include linear (Diuns sp.), cylindrical (Thelyrnitera), cordate (Acianthus exertus), lobed (Acianthus arnplexicailis), some are hollow (Microtis and Prasophyllum). Leaf Thickness ... using coarse sand, or by increasing the proportion shavings or leaf mould. Fresh leaf mould as obtained from the ground surface under suitable trees is ...
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Lomatium grayi... Milfoil Lomatium
... long and about 0.5 mm wide, the segments disposed on many planes giving the leaf thickness Plant: acaulescent; several to many stems growing from a branched caudex; 12 to 50 cm ...
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Impacts Of Enhanced Ultraviolet-B Radiation On Mosses In A Subarctic Heath Ecosystem Ecology - Find Articles
... In contrast, in vascular plants, an UV-B induced increase in leaf thickness has been found (Cen and Bornman 1990). 4) Leaf water content in bryophytes depends on air humidity. Periods of high ... by photoreactivation. In contrast, vascular plants remain physiologically active because of their ability to control leaf water content. 5) The shoots of most bryophytes are rootless and thus lack buffering ...
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sundew, Drosera filiformis
... flowers are produced on each spike. Drosera filiformis forms a "fiddlehead" as it unfurls. Actual leaf thickness is about 3/32 inch. A highly magnified view of the U.S. native sundew ...
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Plant Pathology: Infection Process: Plant Defenses: Passive Defenses
... -degrading enzymes, which are often crucial to the successful penetration of the plant tissue. The thickness of the cuticle, the presence of secondary cell wall, and the size of stomatal pores ... can also add to plant resistance, by preventing the formation of moisture films of the leaf surfaces, inhibiting infection by pathogens reliant on water for motility. Chemical barriers include compounds, such ...
bugs.bio.usyd.edu.au

Harvesting of Vegetables: G - Z
... Sharon Faye GARLIC/LEEKS/ONIONS: Green onions are best harvested when the stem reaches the thickness of a pencil. Leeks are harvested when the stem diameter reaches 1/2 - 1 1 ... will not become firm, so you may harvest as soon as a soft head forms. Leaf lettuce is ready to eat 40 days after seeding. Approximately 100 days are needed for ...
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HostaRegistrar.org: American Hosta Society Online Registry and Hosta Plant Database
... Scientific Grants Glenn Herold Home Searches Cultivar Name Search Hybridizer Name Search Leaf Color Search Leaf Characteristic Search Parentage Search Checklists Registration Online Registration Form Printable Registration ... of thickness between the veins, to the touch, of a fully expanded leaf blade. TEXTURE - the characteristics of the leaf surface to the eye. TWISTED – a leaf rotated around ...
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Growing Tomatoes In The Home Garden, HYG-1624-92
... anytime after this. When purchasing tomato transplants, choose those with straight, sturdy stems about the thickness of a pencil. They should have 4 to 6 young true leaves, no blossoms or ... twine. Pruning is accomplished by removing all the branches or "suckers" that grow from the leaf axils, leaving only the main stem or the main stem and one additional branch near ...
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