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How to Grow and Care for Desert Rose

The desert rose (Adenium obesum) is a slow-growing plant, only growing about 12 inches a year. The desert rose is often used as a bonsai plant thanks to its thick, succulent stem, thin and delicate leaves, and lush, deep pink trumpet flowers. It is native to Africa, the Middle East …

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Passion Flower Benefits

anxiety depression If depression is related to menopause, passionflower might be the most effective herb. In addition to relieving symptoms like hot flashes and night sweats (which are depressing enough on their own), the alkaloids “chrysine” and “benzoflavone” found in this herb have been found to increase GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid) …

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Types Of Succulents That Look Like Something Out Of This World

Welcome to the wonderful and strange world of succulents! These ornamental plants have some very surprising shapes that make them look like something out of a fantasy illustrator’s dreams. The green-fingered staff at Bored Panda have carefully curated and cultivated this list of some of the most magnificent succulents you …

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Caladium Plant Care: How To Plant Caladiums

Growing caladiums is easy with proper caladium care. These tropical-looking plants are commonly grown for their multicolored leaves, which can be green, white, red, or pink. Caladiums can be grown in containers or crammed together in beds and borders. There are numerous types of caladiums, found in either the fancy …

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Hellebore Care – How To Grow Hellebores

Hellebore flowers are a welcome sight when they bloom in late winter to early spring, sometimes while the ground is still covered in snow. Different varieties of the hellebore plant offer a range of flower colors, from white to black. One of the earliest blooms seen in many areas, nodding …

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How to grow foxgloves

Iconic and romantic, our native thimbles are instantly recognizable – their purple bell tips adorning woodland glades and cottage gardens. And now that new hybrids and different species are appearing on the scene, offering more colors, shapes and sizes, these easy-to-grow biennials and perennials have even more appeal. What are …

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How to Care Lilium columbianum

OVERVIEW A perennial to 1 m tall with a white, ovoid bulb to 5 cm in diameter composed of thick, fleshy scales, like garlic cloves. The stem is slender, with many whorls of narrow, lance-shaped leaves. The flowers are large, showy, bright orange, with deep red or purple spots near …

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How to grow Scabiosa stellata

As humans, we have been fascinated by geometric shapes since the first record of our existence. We all admired the beautiful structures of snow crystals as children and marveled at the remarkably symmetrical honeycomb of the bee, each tiny cell a perfect hexagon. Many of these geometric shapes look too …

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Enkianthus campanulatus (Redvein Enkianthus)

Culture Easily grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained, acidic soils in full sun to part shade. Best in part shade. Prefers moist, organically rich, peaty soils with a pH below 6. Blooms on previous year’s growth, so any pruning should be done immediately after flowering. Noteworthy Characteristics Enkianthus campanulatus, commonly …

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Care Guide for Garden tulip

water and hardiness Most tulip hybrids are cold hardy. When the air temperature drops below 5℃ for 3 to 4 weeks, it actually promotes the differentiation of flower buds and improves the flowering rate of tulip bulbs. Also, tulips don’t need a lot of water, so they should only be …

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