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Information About Spiderwort

Information About Spiderwort

Home › Ornamental Gardens › Flowers › Archive for SpiderwortGet Started Spiderwort Flowers – Tips For Growing And The Care Of Spiderwort PlantBy Nikki Tilley, Author of The Bulb-o-licious GardenA wildflower favorite and must have for the garden is the spiderwort plant. The flowers not only offer something different to the landscape but are extremely easy to grow and care for.

What Is Nomesa Locustae: Using Nomesa Locustae In The Garden

What Is Nomesa Locustae: Using Nomesa Locustae In The Garden

By: Anne BaleyContrary to what the cartoons may have you believe, grasshoppers are voracious critters that can ruin an entire garden in just a matter of days. Getting rid of these plant-eating machines is often a tightrope walk between killing the grasshoppers and keeping the food safe for your family.

DIY Jellyfish Hanging Succulents – How To Make Jellyfish Succulents

DIY Jellyfish Hanging Succulents – How To Make Jellyfish Succulents

By: Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenPerhaps you’re looking for and interested in a photo of a jellyfish succulent. If you run across one, you’ll find that this is not actually a plant, but a type of arrangement. Making them is fun and a project to utilize your creativity when you create your own.

Petrorhagia, plant, maintain in the garden -

Petrorhagia, plant, maintain in the garden -

Pétrorhagia, a carpet of charming little flowers! Pétrohagia is a small plant ideal for rock gardens. It hangs everywhere, we sometimes discover it during a walk, hanging on an old wall or in the mountain rocks. the plant is often used for green roofs ... and for good reason, it sometimes colonizes old roofs where it likes to settle!

Aloe hemmingii (Mosaic Aloe)

Aloe hemmingii (Mosaic Aloe)

Scientific NameAloe hemmingii Reynolds & P.R.O.BallyCommon NamesMosaic Aloe, Sanaag AloeScientific ClassificationFamily: AsphodelaceaeSubfamily: AsphodeloideaeTribe: AloeaeGenus: AloeDescriptionAloe hemmingii is an attractive succulent that forms rosettes of shiny, lime green to dark green or orange leaves with numerous white linear spots.

Septoria Leaf Canker – Information On Controlling Septoria Leaf Spot On Tomatoes

Septoria Leaf Canker – Information On Controlling Septoria Leaf Spot On Tomatoes

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistSeptoria leaf canker primarily affects tomato plants and members of its family. Septoria leaf blotch or canker may occur at any phase of the plant’s development and is easy to recognize and distinguish from other leaf disorders. Wet conditions deposit the fungus Septoria on tomato leaves and warm temperatures cause it to bloom.