Among the numerous and different representatives of the orchid family, the orchid called Angraecum stands out. This genus unites approximately 200 different species. Under natural conditions, they can be found in the tropical rainforests of Africa, on the island of Madagascar, as well as on other islands of the Indian Ocean.
By: Susan Patterson, Master GardenerSometimes we gardeners are sure that the weeds are going to get the better of us. They test our patience to the very core, sneaking up where they don’t belong and creeping in where they are hard to pull. While there are many different chemical sprays to combat weeds, some of these can be quite dangerous and costly.
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The haretail (Lagurus ovatus) is a miniature cereal plant. It got its name due to the external similarity of spikelets with hare tails. Lagurus is used in landscape design and in floristry for decorating flower beds, garden plots and creating flower arrangements. Brief characteristics of lagurus The stem of the plant and its leaves have a silvery-green color.
Home › Ornamental Gardens › Bulbs › Archive for Forest LilyGet Started Facts On Veltheimia Plants: Learn About Growing Forest Lily FlowersBy Teo SpenglerVeltheimia lilies are bulb plants very different from the regular supply of tulips and daffodils. These flowers are native to South Africa and produce spikes of pinkish-purple drooping tubular flowers atop long stems.
By: Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)Known for its robust scent and complex taste, caraway is an easy to grow herb plant and great addition to the kitchen garden. Reaching 24 inches (61 cm.) at maturity, caraway plants produce umbrella-like white flowers which are extremely attractive to pollinators.
Scientific NameAdromischus cristatus var. schonlandii (Phill.) TölkenSynonymsCotyledon schonlandii (basionym), Adromischus schonlandiiScientific ClassificationFamily: CrassulaceaeSubfamily: SedoideaeTribe: KalanchoeaeGenus: AdromischusDescriptionAdromischus cristatus var. schonlandii is a dwarf, succulent plant generally smaller than Adromischus cristatus distinguished by the apical horny margin narrower than the leaf width, plus glandular hairs on the inflorescence and flowers.
The smooth round tomato As already mentioned in other articles regarding the tomato, this is a very widespread herbaceous plant in Italy and in other parts of the world; it can reach a height of two meters but, due to the not very robust stem, it needs supports to develop. The root is composed of the taproot and other smaller ones that develop laterally.
ART AND ENVIRONMENT Mariano Bachetti, the works Fishes Title: Fishes Technique: clay high-relief Dimensions: 45 x 60 cm Notes: representation of three stylized fishes that, in the flow of the waves, tend towards fusion.Realization: realized at the Filippo Palizzi Art Institute of Naples in 1992 SEE OTHER WORKS BY MARIANO BACHETTIf you are an artist and you wish to publish your works on this site, write to the address write @ elicriso.
By: Heather RhoadesAllotment gardening, also known as community gardening, has been growing in popularity over the past several years, especially in urban areas where access to fresh produce can be limited. Allotment gardens allow city and apartment dwellers to enjoy the benefits of gardening and foster a spirit of community.
A rhubarb tart, yes, but not just any ... Rhubarb is an herbaceous plant that is used in French cuisine, of course, but you will have noticed, it is often associated, as if it This alone was not enough, in a recipe.Another peculiarity: sometimes it is difficult to cook a rhubarb pie with a definitive elegant finish, a real festive pie.
Question: dry sprigs fir Good evening, for some weeks our Christmas fir, in pot for about 3 years, after having thrown new green and beautiful buds it shows on the trunk and at the base of the twigs dry needles that I fear may spread to the whole branch including the green and new part. The waterings are not excessive because we also take into account the seasonal rains.