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Clematis - Container Nursery - encyclopaedia > Clematis groups > Atragene Group
... category conditions clematis group Atragene Group Search results - summary plants group found show Clematis 24 plants Low covering plants 17 plants total 41 plants Tips Results presentation - the results can be displayed as ... into three groups: 'clematis', 'other climber' and 'low covering plants' - click the name of the category to see the list of plants from that group show all tips Show results ...
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Clematis - Container Nursery - encyclopaedia
... name by flowers colour by plants height by flowers size by flowering months other climbers by name by decoration form by flowering months low covering plants by name by decoration form by evergreeness by annual growth by best facing wholesale offer our nursery welcome! vines in garden encyclopaedia Clematis and their groups other climbers ground cover plants ...
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Bromeliads
... conditioning during the summer months can be very low and plants may need to be watered more ... covering with plastic or cloth may offer some protection. However, it is a extremely tedious job to cover the plants ... plants unsightly by producing yellow spots on the leaves where the insects suck plant juices. Mealybugs and root mealybugs, both characterized by their cotton-wool protective covering ...
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Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants - Australian Plants at Risk
... Quarrying Urbanization and Industrial Development Horticultural Collecting Fire (including lack of fire) Competition Herbicides Low Numbers In addition to these, a range of other threats include recreation, rubbish dumping ... a range covering less than 100km R: Rare in the wild but with no current identifiable threat Ca: Occurs within proclaimed reserves and the known population exceeds 1000 plants ...
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ASGAP: Where to see Australian Plants - New South Wales
... continued maintenance. The Arboretum has been particularly successful in growing plants from Western Australia and from areas of low rainfall. There are plants in flower at all times of the year but late ... plants attracts many birds - 158 species have been recorded, many of them nesting. One of the main features is the Fern Gully, a cool oasis created under an enormous brush canopy covering ...
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Physiology Of Drought In Stressed Plants
... conservation include development of small thick leaves with a thick waxy covering. Plants with small thick leaves lose water more slowly than plants with large thin leaves. Smaller leaves provide less surface ... of Cypress Hills. Its survival in south-west Saskatchewan is evidence of its suitability in low moisture landscapes. Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) and mugo pine (Pinus mugo) are both native ...
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Control of Phytophthora and Other Major Diseases of Ericaceous Plants, HYG-3073-99
... dieback in the landscape is to maintain low-nitrogen fertility levels. For nursery production in containers, this practice is not practical because young plants maintained under low fertility grow too slowly to permit ... base on which containers are placed should consist of gravel, stone, or well-drained sand. Covering such a base with the "plastic screen" mulches that control weeds but do not allow ...
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Propagating House Plants
... of tropical plants should generally be sown as soon as they mature. Use a sterilized medium or commercial grade medium low in soluble ... to keep the medium from drying out. CAUTION: Remove the covering when seedlings appear. Label each flat or pot with the ... for propagating certain house plants. The technique is usually limited to plants with flexible stems such as vining plants. Layering is similar to ...
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Other Plant Uses - Plants For A Future
... Usually low growing plants that can be grown with other plants, especially shrubs and trees, to prevent the growth of weeds. (434) Hedge Plants that can be grown as hedges. (394) Mulch Used for covering the ground to conserve the nutrients in the soil. (42) Pioneer Plants, usually trees and shrubs, that ...
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Abelmoschus esculentus - Plants For A Future database report
... in a greenhouse since it prefers daytime temperatures of 25c or more[260]. Plants also dislike low night temperatures[133]. There are some early-maturing varieties that are more tolerant of ... . [272] Manandhar. N. P. Plants and People of Nepal Timber Press. Oregon. 2002 ISBN 0-88192-527-6 Excellent book, covering over 1,500 species of useful plants from Nepal together with information ...
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