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Cycad Society SA: Encephalartos ngoyanus
... diameter. The median cone scales are flattened and slightly overlap the lower ones. Cones in cultivation may exceed these measurements. The seeds are scarlet, 2,5cm to 3cm long and 2cm in diameter. The ... The female cone scales of E. ngoyanus overlap the lower ones, while those of E. caffer have a terminal facet. The cones are green at first and turn yellow with maturity. In certain localities the ...
www.cycadsociety.org

Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants - Propagation by Grafting
... the centre of the stem. The scion is cut to a suitable length (say 75mm) and the lower end cut in the shape of a wedge of the same length as the slit in the ... the successful union. After the scion is inserted into the slit in the stock, the join needs to be tied firmly with the teflon tape, wrapping from the bottom up (this gives an overlap ...
farrer.riv.csu.edu.au

Beans
... the lower Columbia River Basin), so we'll trial several kinds to see which--if any--does well in our exact climate. Lima beans are the ... the other, for an 8-foot lattice, or you can partly overlap the ...
growingtaste.com

Orchids of Brazil. Taxonomy
... overlap in distribution. Regardless, on the same location 2 plants were originally found, and throughout the years at least 2 more were found in the ... the base to the frontlobe incision and reach their maximum elevation on the front lobe, the 2 external ones extending barely into the front lobe where they disappear after becoming progressively lower, the 2 internal ones extending further into the ...
mirandaorchids.com

Quince growing
... the lower parts of slopes are generally hazardous unless there is enough downside for air drainage. Frost pockets should not be planted with any of the deciduous fruits. Quinces are the last of the ... shoots in spring. The cultivars overlap fairly well in flowering from the earliest to the latest in cool ... limbs or the parts which are weak or crowded should be thinned, and the dead ones removed ...
www.agric.nsw.gov.au

Australian National Herbarium
... the bounds of the sheet (Figure 1b). There should not be any overhangs. The plant material should not cover the CANB barcode number or the label. If space is limited the specimen may overlap the label slightly or the ... lower case below the genus and species. Sometimes the qualifiers "aff." (having affinities to) and "cf." (compare with) appear before the species name on the label, or the ...
www.anbg.gov.au

Make a quilt out of Levis by Dorothy Ainsworth Issue #77
... the floor (with masking tape). Then, make your longest strip of diamonds first, which will span from the upper left corner of the quilt to the lower ... the quilt-top just long enough to sandwich the batting in and heaved the quilt-top back on. That left me with 4" of backing to overlap the face of the quilt all the ...
www.backwoodshome.com

Cycad Society SA: Encephalartos cycadifolius
... The leaf stalk is usually slightly spiraled, giving the leaf a characteristic twist. The leaf stalks, especially the older ones, are yellow to orange in colour. The ... -6 C and lower, and snow and frost occur frequently. In this respect, the species share a similar ... not overlap, the former being restricted to the Winterberg range in the districts of Bedford and Cradock, while the latter occurs in the ...
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Tree Fruit in the Home Garden
... wider than necessary to accommodate the roots, leaving the soil loose in the bottom of the hole. Prune the roots of young trees only where necessary to remove broken and damaged ones or to head ... bend the strip around the trunk of the tree so the long side is up and down the trunk and the edges overlap. Twist a small wire loosely about the center to prevent the strip from unrolling. Push the lower ...
www.ext.vt.edu

Populus deltoides Bartr
... the lower ones that remain moist throughout the growing season. An example is the brown loam bluff area of loessial soil along the eastern side of the lower Mississippi River flood plain. Fine cottonwood specimens are frequent in the ...
www.na.fs.fed.us