devil's ivy

Devil’s Ivy is 1 Easy To Care Indoor Plant

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Devil's Ivy - Epipremnum Aureum Devil's ivy is a plant with multiple names. Known as a golden pothos, Ceylon creeper, Scindapsus aureus, or you may even have been sold it as a philodendron, which provides...
Back Door Vegetables

Back Door Vegetables and How to Make Perfect Use of Them

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Back Door Vegetables Looking for something to pick in just weeks? We suggest the perfect container planting schemes for fresh, tasty- and quick - summer crops Growing conditions are ideal now, with frosts behind us and hours...
Sword Fern

Sword Fern Plus 7 Great Ferns To Grow

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Sword Fern Leaves of the western sword fern have small, dark green leaflets arranged pinnately -- featherlike -- along a central midrib. Where redwoods have dropped their needles for centuries, sword ferns grow in clumps that become quite substantial with age, reaching...
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...
Moss Pole

Moss Pole: Your Houseplants Will Thank You

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Moss Pole for your Houseplants Moss poles can be used to encourage your plants to grow up instead of down or horizontally. This plant care guide will show you how to use a Moss Pole...

Rock Cress: Perfect Rock Garden Plant

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Rock Cress Rock cress, botanically known as Arabis, blooms as early in spring as anemone. It forms masses of small blooms which cover the low mounding plant—Flowers last through most of the spring. At the end...
Begonias

Begonias: 10 Easy Steps To Start Begonias Indoors

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Begonias The range of begonias now available is amazing. There are rich reds like 'Carnation Crimson' and 'Camellia Scarlet.' Striking two- tones like 'Calypso' and 'Petticoat.' And novel hybrids like 'Daffodil Salmon' and 'Picotee Rosebud.' So...
Homegrown Garlic

Homegrown Garlic: 2 Australian Food Awards

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Homegrown Garlic During the lockdown, we all (very sensibly) became fascinated with growing our own food, and the food we most loved and asked about was? Garlic! Homegrown garlic tastes dramatically better than shop-bought garlic, is...
Coco Peat

Coco Peat 4 Important Facts You Should Know

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Coco Peat If you've had the pleasure of opening one of the coconuts and seen the stringy, fibrous, and fiber-like interior, it is the foundation of coco peat. Is coco peat a substance, and what's...
Christmas cactus

Christmas Cactus A Winter-Bloomer You Will Treasure For Decades

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Christmas Cactus The Christmas cactus (Schlumbergera bridgesii) is both a favorite colorful houseplant and a favorite Christmas gift. Because they're easy to grow, they can live for years. They're even more special if they have been...