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Chamaerops - How to care for and cultivate your Chamaerops

Chamaerops - How to care for and cultivate your Chamaerops

COME COLTIVARE E CURARE LE NOSTRE PIANTECHAMAEROPSLe Chamaerops sono delle palme, molto diffuse e conosciute, alcune delle qualicrescono spontanee in Italia e si ritrovano normalmente nei litorali e nei giardini.CLASSIFICAZIONE BOTANICARegno:PlantaeClado: AngiospermeClado: MonocotiledoniClado: CommelinidaeOrdine:ArecalesFamiglia:Arecaceae (o Palmae)Genere:ChamaeropsSpecie: vedere il paragrafo «Principali specie»CARATTERISTICHE GENERALIIl genere Chamaerops appartiene alla famiglia delle Arecacea dove ritroviamo piantecomunemente chiamate palme con due sole specie delle quali solo una, la Chamaeropshumilis, cresce spontanea in Italia e si ritrova frequentemente nel sud Italia enelle isole principali, dove vive soprattutto nelle zone costiere contribuendo allacostituzione della tipica macchia termoxerofila.

Information About Paperbush

Information About Paperbush

Home › Ornamental Gardens › Shrubs › Archive for PaperbushGet Started Edgeworthia Information: Learn About Paperbush Plant CareBy Teo SpenglerMany gardeners love to discover a new plant for the shade garden. If you aren& 39;t familiar with paperbush (Edgeworthia spp.), it& 39;s a fun and unusual flowering shrub.

Celery Plant Spacing: How Far Apart To Plant Celery

Celery Plant Spacing: How Far Apart To Plant Celery

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistCelery crops take 85 to 120 days from transplant. This means they need a long growing season but they have very fussy ideas about temperature. The ideal growing range is 60 to 70 degrees F. (15-21 C.). Temperatures that are too cold cause bolting and temperatures that are too warm reduce yield.

Blackleg Plant Disease: Treating Blackleg Disease In Vegetables

Blackleg Plant Disease: Treating Blackleg Disease In Vegetables

By: Kristi WaterworthBlackleg is a serious disease for potatoes and cole crops, like cabbage and broccoli. Although these two diseases are very different, they can be controlled using some of the same strategies.Sometimes, it’s amazing that anything manages to grow in the vegetable garden because there are so many things that can go wrong.

Harvesting Shallots: When Is It Time To Harvest A Shallot Plant

Harvesting Shallots: When Is It Time To Harvest A Shallot Plant

By: Susan Patterson, Master GardenerMany people think of shallots as a type of onion; however, they are their own species. Shallots grow in clusters and have a textured, copper-colored skin. Shallots are mild flavored and taste like a combination between an onion and garlic. To get the most of your shallot crop, it’s important to know the best time for harvesting shallots in the garden.

Capsula: definition and meaning

Capsula: definition and meaning

CAPSULA The capsule is a dry dehiscent fruit (when ripe it opens) formed by the development of a pistil formed by several sadati carpels which has a round or ovoid shape that contains inside different seeds. we can have different kinds of fruits.

Information About Water Snowflake

Information About Water Snowflake

Get Started Water Snowflake Care – Learn About Snowflake Water PlantsBy Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterAlso known as little floating heart, water snowflake is a charming little floating plant with delicate snowflake-like flowers that bloom in summer. If you have an ornamental garden pond, then you& 39;ll want to learn more about snowflake water lily in this article.

Rome Beauty Apple Info – Growing Rome Beauty Apples In The Landscape

Rome Beauty Apple Info – Growing Rome Beauty Apples In The Landscape

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterRome Beauty apples are large, attractive, bright red apples with a refreshing flavor that is both sweet and tangy. The flesh ranges from white to creamy white or pale yellow. Although they taste great straight from the tree, Rome Beauties are particularly well suited for baking because they taste great and hold their shape well.

Beautiful flower beds

Beautiful flower beds

Landscaping / Photo Albums / Landscaping TricksBy ded_morozPrintRate article: 54321 (0 votes, average: 0 out of 5) Share with your friends!

Myrtle: language of flowers and plants

Myrtle: language of flowers and plants

LANGUAGE AND MEANING OF FLOWERS AND PLANTS Myrtus communis (family Mirtaceae) The myrtle plant has always been associated with the feminine universe and femininity. In ancient Greece the names of many heroines and amazons all had the same root: myrtò, myrsìne, myrtìla. Myrtò was an Amazon who had fought Theseus as Myrìne was the queen of the Amazons, in Libya.

Hamedorea

Hamedorea

Hamedorea (Chamaedorea) or bamboo palm is an unpretentious shade-tolerant palm that grows well in indoor conditions. This palm is native to the mountainous regions of Mexico, South and Central America. In nature, these are small graceful palms up to 2 meters high and up to 3 cm thick stems.

Photo of primrose stemless or common, Chinese, Cuca, soft-leaved

Photo of primrose stemless or common, Chinese, Cuca, soft-leaved

Photos of indoor plants Published: Last edits: Briefly about leaving The lighting for the primrose needs to be bright, but diffused, on the south side you will have to cover from the direct sun. The optimum temperature is from 16 to 20 degrees, and during flowering - from 12 to 16. Water the primrose sparingly, a couple of days after the topsoil dries, and during flowering more often - immediately after the soil on the surface dries up.

Garden irrigation

Garden irrigation

Water for irrigation The ancient practice of irrigating the garden through different techniques of artificial administration of fresh water is the most natural system to favor the growth phases of plants and to increase productivity in the garden by compensating for that contribution of rainwater. which is not constantly and sufficiently guaranteed by the irregularity of rainfall and atmospheric phenomena throughout the year, even in regions with the most favorable climate.

Using Parsley For Butterflies: How To Attract Black Swallowtail Butterflies

Using Parsley For Butterflies: How To Attract Black Swallowtail Butterflies

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterMy parsley is attracting butterflies; what’s going on? Parsley is a familiar herb that makes an attractive garnish or provides a bit of flavor and nutrition to soups and other dishes. Parsley is easy to grow and the ruffled leaves add beauty and interest to the herb garden.

Yacon Plant Care: Yacon Planting Guide And Information

Yacon Plant Care: Yacon Planting Guide And Information

Yacon (Smallanthus sonchifolius) is a fascinating plant. Above, it looks something like a sunflower. Below, something like a sweet potato. Its taste is most frequently described as very fresh, a cross between an apple and a watermelon. It is also known as sweet-root, Peruvian ground apple, Bolivian sunroot, and pear of the earth.

Getting Climbing Hydrangea To Climb: How To Make A Climbing Hydrangea Climb

Getting Climbing Hydrangea To Climb: How To Make A Climbing Hydrangea Climb

By: Darcy Larum, Landscape Designer“First it sleeps, then it creeps, then it leaps” is an old farmer’s adage about plants that require a little extra patience, like climbing hydrangeas. Slow growing the first few years, once established, climbing hydrangeas can eventually cover an 80-foot (24 m.) wall.

Plants For A Shakespeare Garden: How To Create A Shakespeare Garden

Plants For A Shakespeare Garden: How To Create A Shakespeare Garden

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterWhat is a Shakespeare garden? As the name implies, a Shakespeare garden is designed to pay homage to the great English bard. Plants for a Shakespeare garden are those mentioned in his sonnets and plays, or those from the Elizabethan area. If you’re interested in visiting a Shakespeare garden, there are several across the country at city parks, libraries, or on university campuses.

What Is Okra Leaf Spot: Tips For Treating Leaf Spot Of Okra

What Is Okra Leaf Spot: Tips For Treating Leaf Spot Of Okra

By: Amy GrantHeat loving okra has been cultivated for centuries, as far back as the thirteenth century where it was cultivated by the ancient Egyptians in the Nile basin. Today, most commercially grown okra is produced in the southeastern United States. Even with centuries of cultivation, okra is still susceptible to pests and diseases.

What Is A Seed – A Guide To The Seed Life Cycle And Its Purpose

What Is A Seed – A Guide To The Seed Life Cycle And Its Purpose

Most organic plant life starts out as a seed. What is a seed? It is technically described as a ripened ovule, but it is so much more than that. All types of seeds fulfill this purpose, but what do seeds do for us outside of growing new plants? Seeds may be used as food for humans or animals, spices, beverages and are even used as industrial products.

Mexican Honeysuckle Care: How To Grow A Mexican Honeysuckle Bush

Mexican Honeysuckle Care: How To Grow A Mexican Honeysuckle Bush

By: Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)The addition of brightly colored flowers and foliage to flower beds and garden landscapes is of great importance to many gardeners. Specifically designed plantings made to attract pollinators are not only beneficial to wildlife, but beautiful to look at as well.