Dipladenia

Dipladenia Vs Mandevilla: Growing Tips

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Dipladenia The main difference between Dipladenia and Mandevilla is the vegetation. Dipladenia leaves are delicate and sharp, dark olive and somewhat silky. Mandevilla vine involves broader leaves with a larger shape. The flowers are trumpet-defined in...
Mirabelle Plums

Mirabelle Plums Planting Instructions

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Mirabelle Plums Growing exciting and unique plants is one of the most exciting aspects of starting and maintaining a home garden. Heirloom vegetables, nut trees, and fruits are beautiful additions for those looking to increase...
How To Start Herb Garden

How To Start Herb Garden: 6 Best Herbs For Cooking

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How To Start Herb Garden Herbs can be used to heal, add flavor to food, and are beautiful to look at. As many are also easy to grow, why not add some to your garden. HERBS...
Purple Waffle Plant

Purple Waffle Plant Information Details

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Purple Waffle Plant Hemigraphis alternata also called the purple waffle plant. It makes a thick ground cover 4-6 inches high with wavy leaves with purple undersides. Scientific name: Hemigraphis Alternata "Exotica." High light: Produces a rich purple color...
Quinces

Quinces: How To Grow And 9 Key Steps To Success

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Quinces Unlike crisp, sweet apples and luscious, juicy pears, knobbly astringent quinces are the ugly ducklings of the pome fruit family. But don’t be deterred because just as the ugly duckling transforms into a graceful swan, something...
Belgian Endive

Belgian Endive An Ideal Fall Vegetable: 1 Extra Recipe You Need To Try

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What Is Endive Endive is a compact head of lettuce with tightly bunched white and pale yellow leaves around a firm, elongated heart. It may be eaten raw as a salad ingredient or simmered as a...
HoneyBerry

Honeyberry, Haskap, blue honeysuckle: they all spell delicious!

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Honeyberry There's a new berry in the berry patch, and it's called the honeyberry or sweet berry (haskap) and sometimes called blue honeysuckle as it is edible honeysuckle. The berries are similar looking to blueberries but...
Meadow rue - Thalictrum

Meadow Rue – Thalictrum Meadow Rue Plants

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Meadow Rue STRUCK, by the way, a group of herbaceous perennials shot up in late spring, the Ancient Greeks called them Thaliktron, from thallein, to bloom, sprout or flourish. The Romans Latinised this as Thalictrum, which remains...
Asian cockroaches

Asian Cockroaches Vs German Cockroaches

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Flying Asian Cockroaches The main difference between Asian Cockroaches and German Cockroaches is flying capacity; Asian cockroaches can fly whereas German cannot. Flying Cockroaches are among the remarkably typical pests and have been for over 300...
Philodendron Melanochrysum

Philodendron Melanochrysum Care Plus 2 Malicious Problems

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Philodendron Melanochrysum Care Care Perhaps the most varied type of plant is Philodendron, with species like Philodendron melanochrysum producing heart-shaped leaves of velvety texture in shades of copper and black on twining stems several meters high. Philodendron melanochrysum,...