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Dracaena Houseplant Care
... most common variety, the marginata or dragon plant. They usually have a lot of woody stalk showing and are grown upright with the foliage or head just at the top. They can ... margin around the outer edge. Marginata tips are mainly foliage with a small amount of stalk showing. Over watering - pale, dwarfed new growth, brown tipping, rotting, stinky stalks (remove these immediately). Under ...
www.evergrowing.com

botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Artichoke, Cardoon - Herb Profile and Information
... a distinct species. The blanched inner leafstalks and the top of the stalk, the receptacle, are the only parts eaten, used in soups, stews and ... Dress Artichokes--- Trim a few of the outside leaves off, and cut the stalk even. If young, half an hour will boil them. They are ... and nicely glazed. Dish them up in the form of a dome, showing the bottom of the Artichokes only; remove any leaves that may ...
botanical.com

Iris brevicaulis
... . Lavender form (Click photo for a larger view.) I. brevicaulis 'Trail of Tears'. Photo showing "zig-zag" stalk. Photo by RAB Habitat: Damp meadows and ditches. Bloom: Early to mid May in ...
facstaff.hsc.unt.edu

Rhubarb
... organic matter in a compost pile. The edible portion of the plant is the leaf stalk (petiole), which contains very low concentrations of oxalates. A high calcium intake should be maintained ... rapid. Examination of the parts below the ground reveals decay in varying amounts. With plants showing only reddening of the leaves, the roots may appear normal on the outside, but their ...
gardenline.usask.ca

Garlic
... can be cut about ˝ inch above the bulb without any moisture showing (if you try it and detect moisture, curing is not complete ... two species: Allium ophioscorodon, the "hardnecks", which produce a flower stalk as did their wild ancestor; and A. sativum, the softnecks, ... ) and little bulb below ground; they must have the the flower stalk removed to bulb up properly. Softnecks are non-bolting garlics ...
growingtaste.com

Fuchsia
... leaf petiole and its point of attachment on the stem) for insects. Avoid plants showing signs of insect or disease damage. ORNAMENTAL FEATURES Although fuchsias may flower almost continuously ... or skirted corollas (petals), long stamens (pollen-bearing structures), and an extremely long style (stalk that the pollen travels through for fertilization to occur). Oftentimes, fuchsia blooms are bicolor ...
hgic.clemson.edu

It's About Time
... know more about selecting and preparing iris for showing than this author will ever know. Several years ... stalk that took a blue ribbon, thus creating a continuing addiction to iris shows. (The overfed iris plant succumbed to rot shortly thereafter). The easiest way to select iris for showing ... other respects. Although such a stalk cannot win against an equally good stalk with more open blossoms, it ...
home.flash.net

MY CARNIVOROUS PLANTS
... last time that this plants  have flowers. Left to right: Entire bladder of Utricularia Vulgaris showing prey-quiding antennae; section of bladder with door closed and partial vacuum within; trigger hairs ... occasionally branching. Some may float just below the surface, especially those which bear the flowering stalk, while others may range a foot (30 cm) or so below. The bright green leaves ...
home.wanadoo.nl/aryenadahobbelhovestad

Lily Pests and Diseases
... usually shows symptoms of premature yellowing of foliage, stunting and premature senescence (drying) of the stalk. You may find that many scale bulblets form from the scales that have come off ... to control the beetle. There is a predatory wasp that attacks the beetle and is showing great promise. Neem Oil is being sold by garden centers as a control but check ...
mikesbackyardgarden.org

JC Raulston Arboretum - Now Showing - Week of January 27, 2006
... JC Raulston Arboretum - Now Showing - Week of January 27, 2006 Now Showing Week of January 27, 2006 Magnolia foveolata Chinese michelia Prunus mume 'Pink Glow' pink Japanese ... subsp. parryi var. huachucensis and Pinus virginiana 'Wate's Golden' Fort Huachuca barrel agave (flowering stalk) and wintergold Virginia pine Prunus mume 'Matsurabara Red' and Betula utilis var. jacquemontii red Japanese ...
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