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leafless succulent

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CactusMuseum.com Forum - Site comment or a cactus-related question?
... treating this plant; it is in a leafless state right now, and I am wondering if I can just pot it in a succulent mix and keep it over winter in my ...
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Clivia Terminology
... the type of inflorescence is classified as an umbel (skerm). It consists of an elongated, leafless branch, called the scape (bloeisteel) (Fig. 1, sc.), which comes from one of the leaf ... seed, and the developing seeds will stimulate the ovary wall to grow and become the succulent part of the fruit (vrug) (Fig 1, fr). The Clivia fruit is called a berry ...
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Kalanchoe
... , Environmental Horticulture August 1996 DESCRIPTION: Succulent. Fleshy leaves, opposite on stem, glossy dark green with toothed edges. Clusters of tiny tubular flowers on top of leafless stalk last for several weeks. FLOWER ...
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Sunorchids
... it, and it rooted and established itself quite quickly. The leaves are very thick and succulent. The flowers have the fragrance of cloves at night. I had it in the shade ... be kept dry. Then in the spring, it blooms with fragrant flowers all along the leafless cane. After that, a new cane grows, starting the cycle again. Den. anosmum The name ...
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Fernlea Flowers ~ Fall Gardening
... , when tulips bloom, all the deciduous, non evergreen trees in your yard will be beautifully leafless. There's a lot of sun in a spring garden! What are "botanical" or "species ... soil level any hard, woody stems and all but 4 to 5 of the young succulent stems. Then tamp down the soil, and water. Another way to divide an existing clump ...
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Floridata: A Gardener's Journal - December 2001
... gave me a bag of them so I can report first hand that they are succulent sweet and flavorful - they are also now half gone. Several years ago JM also gave ... large apple size orange fruits are displayed at maximum attractiveness as they hang upon the leafless branches like ornaments. This is a handsome small tree that would be a prize even ...
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Conservation Part 22: At the Root of the Matter: fertilizers and potting medias, by Marilyn Light, 14 Apr 99
... nutrients. - Roots form associations with mycorrhizal fungi. - Roots store starch and water. - Roots of certain leafless orchids fulfil the role of leaves. ROOTS - Why must we conserve roots when repotting an ... and do not produce pseudobulbs such as Stenoglottis. These orchids store water and nutrients in succulent roots: leaves are deciduous. Once a new shoot appears, re-pot, water and feed the ...
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Conservation: Those Adorable Minis, by Marilyn Light, 12 Aug 98
... require frequent watering and/or high humidity. Plants whose leaves are thick and succulent are likely tolerant of bright light and of occasional or seasonal dryness. 5 - ... mounted) Cadetia taylori (intermediate, humid, good air movement, mount or small pot) Chiloschista lunifera (leafless, intermediate-warm, mount, broght light) Dendrobium bellatulum (intermediate, humid while growing; cool and ...
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Propagation
... to scrape the thin bark off 2 or 3 inches of the underside of the leafless stem. This will wound the stem and accelerate rooting in most species. Dig a small ... be taken when the plant is healthy and actively growing, from spring to fall. The succulent new growth is easiest to root when the stems are just firm enough to snap ...
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Untitled
... in its native habitat. Obvious examples are in the Desert Garden, where some leaves are succulent and provide moisture storage. In cacti, spines grow in the place of green leaves (i ... side branch now produces leaves and lateral buds. Lateral branches can also have modified forms. Leafless, sharp-tipped branches can be thorns. Secondary Growth: In addition to the formation of thorns ...
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