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Pepper Plant Blight: Information For Controlling Phytophthora On Peppers Collections

Pepper Plant Blight: Information For Controlling Phytophthora On Peppers

By: Kristi WaterworthThe soil is full of living things; some useful, like earthworms, and others not as useful, like the fungi in the genus Phytophthora. These irksome pathogens can last long after infected plants have composted into nothing, continuing to attack plants at all stages of development. Knowing the signs of phytophthora pepper blight will help you head off disaster if this fungus appears in your garden.

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Lucretia, Izobilnaya, Cumberland and other varieties of blackberries and raspberry-blackberry hybrids - 1 Collections

Lucretia, Izobilnaya, Cumberland and other varieties of blackberries and raspberry-blackberry hybrids - 1

Like all fruit and berry crops, blackberries have a wide variety of wild species that can be found in different regions of America and Europe, however, a relatively limited number of North American and European species participated in the origin of modern blackberry varieties. Blackberry was first introduced into cultivation in the middle of the 19th century in the USA, where most of its varieties (more than 30), including thornless ones, were created.

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Toru Iwaya - Artist - Works Collections

Toru Iwaya - Artist - Works

ART AND ENVIRONMENT Toru Iwaya, the works STYLE: MASKS Series 2 Original title: No Series 2 - Masks series 2 Year: 1972 Dimensions: 25.0 x 22.0 cm Printing: 50 pieces, numbered and signed Technique: etching, 2 plates used for printing (destroyed after printing ) If you want more information write to Toru Iwaya (sales @ mail.

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Care Of Northern Bayberry: Tips For Growing Northern Bayberry Trees Collections

Care Of Northern Bayberry: Tips For Growing Northern Bayberry Trees

By: Teo SpenglerIf you live in a chilly climate, you may consider growing northern bayberry (Myrica pensylvanica). These upright, semi-evergreen shrubs are extremely cold tolerant (to zone 2) and quite ornamental. For more information on northern bayberry trees, as well as tips on how to grow a northern bayberry, read on.

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What Is Knotgrass: Learn How To Kill Knotgrass Weeds Collections

What Is Knotgrass: Learn How To Kill Knotgrass Weeds

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistEternity grass is another name for knotgrass (Paspalum distichum). It could be because of the plant’s habit of twining together and forming a never-ending mat or it could be because the plant may tend to become invasive in certain climates. This native grass is well adapted to moist, dry, or even salty soils.

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 Fallow deer: who the fallow deer is and how it lives Collections

Fallow deer: who the fallow deer is and how it lives

DAINOCLASSIFICATION Wood: AnimaliaPhylum: ChordataSubphylum: VertebrataClass: MammaliaOrder: ArtiodactylaFamily: CervidaeSubfamily: CervinaeGender: DamaSpecies: Dama damaSubspecies: Dama dama dama dama (common fallow deer) 1.75 m (excluding 0.20 - 0.55 m tail) Height at the withers (1): 0.90 - 1.0 m Weight: female 30 - 50 kg - male 45 - 80 kg Life span: 20 - 25 years Sexual maturity: female 16 months - male 17 months HABITAT AND GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION The fallow deer, scientific name Dama dama of the Cervidae family is an artiodactyl originally from Turkey.

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Aloinopsis malherbei Collections

Aloinopsis malherbei

Prime destination for succulent loversRSSFacebookInstagramTwitterPinterestHomeSucculentopediaBrowse Succulents by Scientific NameBrowse Succulents by Common NameBrowse Succulents by GenusBrowse Succulents by FamilyBrowse Succulents by USDA Hardiness ZoneBrowse Succulents by OriginBrowse Cacti by GenusAbout SucculentsCultivationGeneral CareLight RequirementsPotting SoilWateringFertilizingPests and DiseasesRepottingPropagationPruningGraftingArrangingSucculent UsesMedicinal SucculentsCosmetic SucculentsCulinary SucculentsSacred SucculentsLibraryBooksStoriesMyths and LegendsStampsWorld of Flowering PlantsYou are at:Home » Archive for & 34;Aloinopsis malherbei& 34;Browsing: Aloinopsis malherbeiSucculentopediaAloinopsis malherbei (Giant Jewel Plant)Aloinopsis malherbei (Giant Jewel Plant) is a small succulent that has branching rosettes of erect, fan-shaped, glaucous green leaves.

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Skimmia Plant Care: How To Grow Japanese Skimmia Shrubs Collections

Skimmia Plant Care: How To Grow Japanese Skimmia Shrubs

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterJapanese Skimmia (Skimmia japonica) is a shade-loving evergreen shrub that adds color to the garden nearly all year round. Skimmia is at its best in semi-shady, woodland gardens. It is relatively deer-resistant and the berries are highly attractive to hungry songbirds.

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Galangal Collections

Galangal

What is it? Galangal is a herbaceous plant native to China and widespread throughout Southeast Asia. It includes two varieties: the minor or small galangal, called Alpinia officinarum and the large or greater galangal, called Alpinia Galanga. It can reach two meters in height and has lance-shaped leaves and flowers with white corolla marked by red bands.

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Information About Melianthus Honeybush Collections

Information About Melianthus Honeybush

Honeybush Cultivation: Tips On Caring For Melianthus HoneybushBy Teo SpenglerIf you want an easy-care evergreen with unique, attractive foliage, take a look at giant honeybush. If you are interested in Melianthus honeybush information or would like to start growing honeybush plants, this article will help.

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Chrysanthemum Varieties – What Are Some Different Types Of Mums Collections

Chrysanthemum Varieties – What Are Some Different Types Of Mums

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterGardeners delight in hundreds of different types of chrysanthemums, often classified by criteria such as bloom time, shape, color, size and arrangement of petals. To simplify the process for home gardeners, plants are often divided into eight distinct chrysanthemum plant types.

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Anacampseros Succulents – Learn How To Grow A Sunrise Plant Collections

Anacampseros Succulents – Learn How To Grow A Sunrise Plant

By: Liz BaesslerThe sunrise succulent is a beautiful mix of bright green and rose blush, all tied together in an easy to care for, compact succulent plant. Keep reading to learn more about how to grow a sunrise plant and sunrise succulent plant care.Sunrise Succulent InfoAnacampseros telephiastrum ‘Variegata’ succulents, more commonly called sunrise succulents, are small plants native to South Africa that grow in a dense mat of rosettes.

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Prosperosa Eggplant Care – Learn About Growing Prosperosa Eggplants Collections

Prosperosa Eggplant Care – Learn About Growing Prosperosa Eggplants

By: Teo SpenglerWhen it comes to growingeggplant, gardeners have had to choose between the bounty ofbig-fruited eggplants and the sweet flavor and firmness of smaller eggplantvarieties. This may be a thing of the past with Prosperosa eggplant seedsavailable. What is a Prosperosa eggplant? According to Prosperosa eggplantinformation, these enormous beauties combine a large, rounded shape with thetaste experience of smaller types of eggplant.

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The sounds emitted by the robin - The song of the robin Collections

The sounds emitted by the robin - The song of the robin

SOUNDS EMITTED BY ANIMALS The sounds emitted by the robin The robin, Erithacus rubecula of the Muscicapidae family is a delightful and small bird characteristic for its chest covered with reddish feathers. Both male and female sing all year round, even in winter . They often sing even in the dark.

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Information About Cast Iron Plants Collections

Information About Cast Iron Plants

Cast Iron Plants: Information On How To Grow A Cast Iron PlantBy Susan Patterson, Master GardenerThe cast iron plant is an extremely hardy houseplant and perennial favorite in some regions. Read this article to learn more about how to grow a cast iron plant indoors or using cast iron plants in the landscape.

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What Are Regina Cherries – How To Grow Regina Cherry Trees Collections

What Are Regina Cherries – How To Grow Regina Cherry Trees

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterWhat are Regina cherries? These luscious cherry trees, introduced from Germany in 1998, produce fruits having a sweet-tart flavor and an attractive, bright red color. The sweetness of Regina cherries is compounded if the fruit is harvested when the cherries are a fully ripe shade of deep purple.

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Chestnut: medicinal properties, method of use and benefits Collections

Chestnut: medicinal properties, method of use and benefits

CHESTNUT Castanea sativa (Phagacea family) GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS The Chestnut, Castanea sativa Mill., Belongs to the Fagaceae family and is a typical plant of mountain and hill areas up to 1300 m of altitude. slow development that reaches its vegetative splendor around 50 years (they can live over 1000 years) provided with a hard wood with a greyish and smooth bark that tends to crack and become brown with age.

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Harvesting Tomatillo Fruits: How And When To Harvest Tomatillos Collections

Harvesting Tomatillo Fruits: How And When To Harvest Tomatillos

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistTomatillos are related to tomatoes, which are in the Nightshade family. They are similar in shape but are ripe when green, yellow or purple and have a husk around the fruit. The fruits are borne on warm season plants, from inside the husk. You can tell when to pick a tomatillo by watching for the husk to burst.

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Sweet Alyssum Flowers – Tips For Growing Sweet Alyssum Collections

Sweet Alyssum Flowers – Tips For Growing Sweet Alyssum

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistFew annual plants can match the heat and drought hardiness of sweet alyssum. The flowering plant has naturalized in the United States and thrives in a wide range of regions. Sweet alyssum flowers are so named for their lively fragrance and are members of the mustard family.

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How to protect plants from spring frost Collections

How to protect plants from spring frost

What is spring without frosts? Frosts are so common and frequent in our country that protecting plants from them is one of the most important measures for gardeners and gardeners. And the frosts give us, alas, a lot of trouble, because they happen in the Urals both in May and in June (I think many remembered the frost on the night of June 17, which was observed several years ago).

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