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Azalea video: care, reproduction, transplant, species

Azalea video: care, reproduction, transplant, species

About plants Published: May 17, 2012 Reprinted: Last edits: Video about Azalea - this video will help even the most inexperienced grower understand the care of Azalea. An experienced florist shares all the facts you need to know when growing this flower: everything about watering, lighting, air humidity, feeding, etc.

Potted Portulaca Care – Tips On Growing Portulaca In Containers

Potted Portulaca Care – Tips On Growing Portulaca In Containers

By: Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenAnother easy to grow succulent, you can plant portulaca incontainers and sometimes watch the foliage disappear. It doesn’t go away but iscovered by prolific blooms so foliage is not visible. The saucer-shaped, tinyrose-like blooms rise slightly above the greenery.

Identifying Zone 9 Weeds – How To Manage Weeds In Zone 9 Landscapes

Identifying Zone 9 Weeds – How To Manage Weeds In Zone 9 Landscapes

By: Ilana Goldowitz Jimenez, Plant Scientist & WriterEradicating weeds can be a difficult task, and it helps to know what you are dealing with. This article will help you learn to categorize and control common zone 9 weeds.USDA Zone 9 includes areas in Florida, Louisiana, Texas, Arizona, California, and even coastal Oregon.

Rotating Vegetables: Home Garden Crop Rotation

Rotating Vegetables: Home Garden Crop Rotation

By: Heather RhoadesLast year, you lost half your tomato plants and a quarter of your pepper plants. Your zucchini plants have stopped producing and the peas are looking a bit peaked. You’ve been planting your garden the same way for years, and up till now, you’ve not had a problem. Maybe it’s time to consider home garden crop rotation.

How to choose and grow fruitful and tasty gooseberry varieties. Part 1

How to choose and grow fruitful and tasty gooseberry varieties. Part 1

"A good gardener is a large gooseberry" Historians say that gooseberries were grown in Russia already in the 11th century, which means that it appeared here even earlier than our western neighbors. It was known under the name "kryzh-bersen". Some connoisseurs of Old Russian names suggest that the last word could have given its name to Moscow and Bersenevskaya Embankment.

Powdery Mildew Of Asters: Treating An Aster With Powdery Mildew

Powdery Mildew Of Asters: Treating An Aster With Powdery Mildew

By: Mary Ellen EllisPowdery mildew on aster plants will not necessarily harm your flowers, but it doesn’t look very nice. This fungal infection feeds on asters and other plants, but it can be prevented and treated by minimizing the conditions that promotes its growth and using fungicides.About Powdery Mildew of AstersPowdery mildew is caused by a fungus.