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How To Grow Asparagus Information

How To Grow Asparagus

By: Jackie RhoadesAsparagus (Asparagus officinalis) is a long lasting perennial, and the first vegetable harvested each spring. It’s prized for its flavor, rich in vitamins and minerals, and only 30 calories per cup. Add to this the grocery price and you’ll easily justify the effort of digging a special bed for growing asparagus.

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Oxalis adenophylla Information

Oxalis adenophylla

Browsing: Oxalis adenophyllaSucculentopediaOxalis adenophylla & 39;Purple Heart& 39;Oxalis adenophylla & 39;Purple Heart& 39; is a bulbous, perennial that forms a clump, up to 6 inches (15 cm) wide, with succulent, grayish leaves…SucculentopediaOxalis adenophylla (Silver Shamrock)Oxalis adenophylla (Silver Shamrock) is a stemless plant that grows from a stem tuber, forming an up to 6 inches (15 cm) wide clump.

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Banana Tree Fruit Issues: Why Do Banana Trees Die After Fruiting Information

Banana Tree Fruit Issues: Why Do Banana Trees Die After Fruiting

By: Amy GrantBanana trees are amazing plants to grow in the home landscape. Not only are they beautiful tropical specimens, but most of them bear edible banana tree fruit. If you have ever seen or grown banana plants, then you may have noticed banana trees dying after bearing fruit. Why do banana trees die after fruiting?

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Grilled tuna and winter vegetables - A recipe Information

Grilled tuna and winter vegetables - A recipe

Grilled tuna and winter vegetables, it's beautiful, it's good, it's not expensive! I could have called this recipe grilled tuna and its red vegetables or grilled tuna and its root vegetables…. Grilled tuna and winter vegetables because it's open, you'll cook this recipe with whatever ingredients you have on hand, but this parsnip, beetroot, carrot and potato proposal… works well!

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Apple variety Information

Apple variety "Gift to the Count": description and cultivation

Apple variety Gift to the Count has long won the sympathy of gardeners due to the excellent taste of the fruit and unpretentious character. This species consistently yields a good harvest every season and does not require careful maintenance. In this article, we will provide a description of the variety itself, as well as recommendations for growing, care and talk about some of the features of the apple tree.

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Why Is My Yucca Plant Drooping: Troubleshooting Drooping Yucca Plants Information

Why Is My Yucca Plant Drooping: Troubleshooting Drooping Yucca Plants

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterWhy is my yucca plant drooping? Yucca is a shrubby evergreen that produces rosettes of dramatic, sword-shaped leaves. Yucca is a tough plant that thrives in difficult conditions, but it can develop a number of problems that may cause drooping yucca plants. If your yucca plant droops, the problem may be pests, disease, or environmental conditions.

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Cherry grafting Information

Cherry grafting

Cherry tree The cherry tree is a fruit tree that allows you to taste one of the most popular products in agriculture: cherry. Red, amaranth, sweet and juicy, this fruit has excellent organoleptic properties, obtained thanks to the cultivation methods to which the homonymous tree is subjected.

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Barbados Cherry Information – What Are Barbados Cherries Information

Barbados Cherry Information – What Are Barbados Cherries

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterWhat are Barbados cherries? The Barbados cherry (Malpighia punicifolia) is known by anumber of names, including acerola tree, garden cherry, West Indies cherry,Spanish cherry, fresh cherry and several others. Barbados cherry is native tothe West Indies, but has naturalized as far as southern Texas.

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What Is A Sheltered Area – When To Put Plants In A Sheltered Position Information

What Is A Sheltered Area – When To Put Plants In A Sheltered Position

When purchasing plants, you may have been given special instructions to plant in a sheltered position. As a garden center employee, I’ve advised many of my customers to make sure to place specific plants such as Japanese maples, tender perennials and specialty conifers in a sheltered location. So exactly what is a sheltered area and how can you create one in your garden?

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Fire Blight Of Loquats – Learn How To Treat Fire Blight In Loquat Trees Information

Fire Blight Of Loquats – Learn How To Treat Fire Blight In Loquat Trees

By: Amy GrantLoquat is an evergreen tree grown for its small, yellow/orange edible fruit. Loquat trees are susceptible to minor pests and diseases as well as more serious issues like fire blight. In order to control loquat fire blight, it is crucial to learn how to identify fire blight of loquats. The following information will help to identify the disease and provide tips on how to treat fire blight in loquat plants.

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Thuja breeding methods Information

Thuja breeding methods

Thuja propagation is carried out in different ways - seed, root division, horizontal layering and cuttings. Each method has its own characteristics and advantages, but still more popular among gardeners is vegetative propagation. Propagation of thuja by seeds Since the seeds lose their germination after 10-12 months, then only freshly harvested seed material must be used for sowing.

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Feeding Cabbage Plants: When And How To Fertilize Cabbage Correctly Information

Feeding Cabbage Plants: When And How To Fertilize Cabbage Correctly

By: Laura MillerPerhaps you’ve heard cabbage is a heavy feeder. When growingcabbage, adequate amounts of nutrients are necessary to produce large headswith healthy leaves. Whether you’re growing a few plants or a field of cabbage,knowing how to fertilize cabbage is the key to a successful crop.Cabbage Fertilizer BasicsEnriching garden soil with organiccompost is one of the best ways to supply the nutrients necessary forfeeding cabbage plants.

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What Is Escarole: Learn How To Grow Escarole In The Garden Information

What Is Escarole: Learn How To Grow Escarole In The Garden

By: Amy GrantAmong the wonderful varieties of greens available to grow late in the season there is escarole. What is escarole? Keep reading to find out how to grow escarole and how to take care of escarole.What is Escarole?Escarole, related to endive, is a cool season biennial commonly cultivated as an annual.

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Eastern Red Cedar Facts – Learn About Caring For An Eastern Red Cedar Tree Information

Eastern Red Cedar Facts – Learn About Caring For An Eastern Red Cedar Tree

Found primarily in the United States east of the Rockies, eastern red cedars are members of the Cypress family. These medium sized evergreen trees provide outstanding shelter for many birds and mammals during the winter and make for excellent color in the landscape during otherwise drab months. Interested in growing eastern red cedars?

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Vegetable Garden Soil: Soil Requirements For Vegetable Plants Information

Vegetable Garden Soil: Soil Requirements For Vegetable Plants

By: Heather RhoadesIf you are starting a vegetable garden, or even if you have an established vegetable garden, you may wonder what is the best soil for growing vegetables. Things like the right amendments and the right soil pH for vegetables can help your vegetable garden grow better. Keep reading to learn more about soil preparation for the vegetable garden.

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Mycorrhizae in agriculture: what they are and why they are important Information

Mycorrhizae in agriculture: what they are and why they are important

Are you curious to find out what mycorrhizae are and how they can be used to improve the quality of your crops? In this article we reveal all the curiosities about how to use them. Let's start! What are mycorrhizae? As a first step it is important to identify what is meant by the term mycorrhiza, that is a symbiotic association between a fungus and a plant defined as superior.

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How to recognize a cactus from a succulent plant Information

How to recognize a cactus from a succulent plant

How to recognize a succulent plant from a cactaceae Recognizing a cactaceae, that is to say a succulent plant belonging to the Cactaceae family from a normal succulent plant belonging to another family, is very easy. In fact, while in families other than cactaceae the thorns develop directly on the tissues of the leaves or stems, in the Cactaceae they form inside particular formations called areoles, in practice small whitish pads scattered on the stem from which they originate: the down , thorns, branches, leaves and flowers.

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Beet Armyworm Control: Information On Treating And Preventing Armyworms Information

Beet Armyworm Control: Information On Treating And Preventing Armyworms

By: Jackie CarrollBeet armyworms are green caterpillars that feed on a wide range of ornamental and vegetable plants. The young larvae feed in groups and usually don’t have any unique markings to distinguish them from other caterpillars. However, older larvae develop a yellow stripe that runs from head to tail, making it easy to identify them.

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Field Mint Information: Learn About Wild Field Mint Growing Conditions Information

Field Mint Information: Learn About Wild Field Mint Growing Conditions

By: Anne BaleyWhat is wild mint or field mint? Field mint (Mentha arvensis) is a wild mint that is native to the central part of the United States. The scent of this wild mint growing in a field is often so strong you can smell it long before you can see it. Keep reading for field mint information and learn about wild mint growing in your garden.

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