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​Bamboo Plants -Growing Guide and Planting care
Bamboo PlantsBamboo plants are a type of evergreen perennial plant. The word bamboo is from the Indian word Bambu. Over time the word was eventually introduced to English-speaking nations, where it became the word bamboo.Bamboo plants are of great economic value in Asian countries, where the plants are often used as building materials. According to [...]
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​Short Leaf Pine Trees is the most distributed yellow tree
Short Leaf Pine Trees - Stately Design in the LandscapeShort-leaf Pine - Pinus EchinataCommon names: Short-leaf Yellow Pine, Southern Yellow Pine, Yellow Pine, Short-straw Pine, Arkansas Pine, Old Field PineShort-leaf Pines is a species of southern evergreen pine trees grown in U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 6 - 9 and 7 - 10 a. They [...]
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Maple Trees different varieties that you love
The Advantages Of Planting Maple TreesMaple Tree - Acer (Aceraceae)The very hardy maple tree is a delightful plant for home gardens, significantly when green leaves change to breathtaking shades of reds, yellows, and orange in the autumn. It's best to plant them in hardiness zones 3 through 9. Moreover, fast growth is a given with [...]
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BloodRoot Plant- Expanding information and facts about
Physical Attributes of the Blood Root PlantThe Blood Root plants are perennial. It is native to regions of North Eastern America. Originally it was a wildflower growing in woods and forests. The Blood Root plant received its name due to the dark red blood-looking color of the sap juice in its stem. The plant starts [...]
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Planting A Garden 101 - A Beginners' guide
How to Plant a GardenWith winter nearing an end, it's now time again to start thinking and planning for a garden. Beginners may become overwhelmed and not know where exactly to start. Instead of letting this optimum growing season slide by, read this simple yet effective guide to gardening.1. Prepare SoilBefore doing anything else, one must [...]
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Sassafras Trees - a very interesting native tree
The sassafras tree is native to North America and East Asia. This deciduous tree often grows naturally in the woods as well as open fields. A mature sassafras tree can reach between 20 to 60 feet in height or more and 25 to 40 feet in width. Regarding soil requirements, the sassafras tree can grow [...]
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Nine Bark Hydrangea - Growing and Planting tips
All About Nine Bark HydrangeaThe Nine Bark HydrangeaThe Nine Bark Hydrangea is a beautiful shrub that is native to North America. It grows mainly in the eastern part of the United States; This lovely shrub is also known as the seven-layered hydrangea. It is the most common name among many. It is ideal for gardens [...]
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20 Flowering Vines that will make your garden beautiful
Hardiest Flowering VinesVines provide many great landscaping functions. They are not only an excellent way to fill vertical spaces, but flowering vines can also offer exciting and exotic colors to a lawn. Many notable, hardy vines can meet your needs even in colder and drier climates.Vinca MinorThey are sometimes referred to as the lesser periwinkle, [...]
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​Brake Fern - Indoor and outdoor plant care
Brake Fern - A.K.A Pteris Cretica The Brake Fern, Pteris Cretica, also known as the Table Fern, is only one of about 300 ferns in the Pteridoidae subfamily. The Brake Fern is a slow-growing fern originating in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Southern Mediterranean. Depending on which variety of the Brake Fern you have, it [...]
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