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Herbicide Injury to Yard and Garden Plants
... may be affected by the same symptoms. This distinguishes it from a disease which usually attacks specific plants. Plants usually will grow back to their normal state unless a heavy herbicide dose has ... in distortion and curling of plant parts. Contact herbicides result in dead spots on leaves, usually unevenly distributed over the leaf surface and uniform in size. The separation between healthy ...
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Companion Plants for Rhododendron
... . Pieris floribunda (mountain andromeda) Mountain andromeda is hardy to Zone 4, hardy to -25 F. Plants usually grow 2 to 3 feet tall in four to five years. They have dull green ... producing berries, and fertile ones, which can produce berries. Unlike hydrangeas, the fertile flowers are usually as attractive as the sterile ones. Viburnums offer an added attraction- handsome fruit of fertile ...
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MY CARNIVOROUS PLANTS
... The plants are endangered due to the effects of dehydration and fertilisation. Only cultivated specimens are offered in the Netherlands. These usually do ... surface till moist and place the pot in a water tray. Plants usually take from five to seven years to reach flowering size under ... wide blade-like petiole may need to be re-anchored. They usually take up to ten weeks to form buds, but may take ...
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Funky and Fun Garden Plants
... stunning. Always gets attention! It will usually re-seed itself so you'll get new plants the following year without doing ... plants that do that! One variety is called a Christmas Rose. It's quite striking to see flowers in the midst sometimes of snow. These plants usually must be puchased at a nursery. Check out your local nursery for this wonderful family of plants. By ...
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Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants - Study Groups
... great deal to learn... Study Groups undertake the study of some particular aspect of Australian plants (usually a genus or a related group of genera). Each Study Group consists of a leader ... usually in a newsletter or in other Society publications. The type of observations recorded can be any aspect of cultivation, propagation and ecology of the plants under study. Study Group leaders usually charge ...
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Selecting Flowering Plants for Christmas Gifts
... usually purchased as Christmas trees. You may want to give a bonsai plant as a Christmas gift. I have seen a good number of bonsai plants in stores, some already trained, and for a smaller price you can buy a newly started plant. The "bonsai" plant is a plant grown in the Japanese style. It is usually ...
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Ranunculaeae Society - Plants and Cultivation
... particularly Aconitum (monkshood), are poisonous. Main Characteristics of Ranunculaceae Members of the family are usually herbaceous, (Xanthorrhiza, however, is a shrub with soft yellow wood), with Clematis ... and green. Stamens usually very numerous. Carpels, numerous. Fruit/seed: a group of achenes, follicles or a berry. MEMBERSHIP | NEWS & EVENTS | ABOUT THE SOCIETY | PLANTS & CULTIVATION Logo ...
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What's New | USDA PLANTS
... + Plant Images Submit Your Digital Images Complete PLANTS Checklist State PLANTS Checklist Symbols for Unknown Plants State PLANTS GSAT Lists PLANTS Posters Crop Nutrient Tool Ecological Site Information System ... one taxonomic level often applies automatically to another, yet this relationship is usually ignored when presenting legal status information. For example, the binomial Chorizanthe robusta ...
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Open Directory - Home:Gardening:Plants:Shaping
... - Home:Gardening:Plants:Shaping home | help Top: Home: Gardening: Plants: Shaping Gardeners and landscapers employ various techniques to shape plants into forms they do not naturally attain. Examples include bonsai ... listed here. Sites about shaping plants in other ways may be listed in this collection category. Espalier Espalier is the practice of training woody plants, usually fruit trees, to grow ...
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Open Directory - Home:Gardening:Plants:Shaping:Espalier
Open Directory - Home:Gardening:Plants:Shaping:Espalier home | help Top: Home: Gardening: Plants: Shaping: Espalier Espalier is the practice of training woody plants, usually fruit trees, to grow flat against a structure. Copyright 1998-2005 Netscape Last update: 21:42 PT, Wednesday, May 25, 2005 - edit
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