Bay Trees: The Full Care and Growing Guide

The Bay Trees are plants native to the Mediterranean, and although they can grow to become a full-on tree (as the name suggests), they are often kept smaller due to the pruning and confining that happens to them. The bay tree is one of the well known evergreen shrubs, It is suitable for growing in the ground as well as the in containers, the bay…

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20 Pretty Flowering Succulents to Grow Indoors & Outdoors

In this article, you will discover the names of 20 pretty flowering succulents that you can grow indoors and outdoors for their intriguing texture, foliage, and flowers. In fact, there are flowering succulents as well, because succulents and cacti are not just about glossy fat foliage, thorns, and textures.  With our Indoor Succulent Pack, you will enjoy your gardens even more. This pack includes succulent varieties that are simple to…

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Easy Ways To Propagate Snake Plant (Sansevieria)

The Snake plant (Sansevieria) are some pretty great plants and they have a really special place in my heart. Personally, one of the best moments I spend in my garden is when I propagate Snake plant, I can’t seem to stop myself from planting them. Whether it’s in my garden, my house in pots or in the ground, I always seem to have a few…

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Zebra Plant Succulent: Care & Growing Guide

Zebra plant succulent (Haworthia) is a charming and delightful little succulent. It makes your small houseplant look very glamorous. These small, low growing plants form rosettes of fleshy green leaves that are generously covered with white, pearly warts or bands, are unique and eye-catching.  They’re generally easy to grow. The same operation that produces healthy Aloe Vera and echeveria plants will also produce beautiful Haworthia….

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Split Rock Plant: Care & Growing Guide

The Split Rock Plant or Genus Pleiospilos plant actually got its name from two Greek words. The two words are “pleios”, which means “many”, and the second one is “spilos”, meaning spot. This plant is a member of the Aizoaceae family, and people often mix it up with Lithops, which mean living stones. This plant is also known through many different names, such as: Split…

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Why Are My Succulents Dying? (Tips To Save Them)

Who doesn’t love succulents? They are probably the official flower in everybody’s life, now and forever. Some people’s succulents can die due to many reasons so they ask this question: Why are my succulents dying? Succulents, as well as a few other plants like orchids and areca palms, are very important, they keep producing oxygen all through the night, and they purify the air. Like snake…

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Watch Chain Plant: Care & Growing Guide

The Crassula mucosa, or Watch chain plant is a succulent that’s indigenous to South Africa and Namibia. It’s actually part of the Crassulaceae variety. It also gets its name from its “moss-like” look. The Crassula Muscosa is  known under many names : Crassula princess pine Zipper Plant Lizard’s tail succulent Clubmoss Crassula Rattail Crassula Watch Chain Plant What’s really glad about the Muscosa is that…

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The Full Guide To Potting Succulents & Cacti

Potting succulents and cacti container depends on your personal taste and preference. While making your own succulent container, you will have different succulent types, textures, colors, and shapes.  The following are some basic guidelines to follow. You can allow yourself to have an enjoyable time putting together your own piece of art. What You Will Need To Start? If you are new to potting succulents…

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The 11 Perfect Pots For Succulents & Cacti

Containers for Indoor and Outdoor Usage If you do not have a solid preference for which form of containers to use for your own cacti and succulents, you need to understand the difference between them, and that will enable you to find the exact form of pots you’re looking for.  You want to opt for the appropriate container for your plants, not only for decorative…

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How To Build A Small Waterfall In Your Backyard

Many homeowners are looking for indications in order to build a small waterfall, and why not? Having a waterfall in your yard with the splendid sound of trickling water is amazing. The use of local stone can give it a natural look, and it’s not very pricey.  Therefore, we tried to look for easy ways to build a small waterfall and share them with you,…

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The Simplified Guide to Growing Gladiolus Bulbs

These classic flower spikes have been embellishing mid-summer temples and gardens for generations. Nowadays, gardeners can choose from a series of flower forms, colors and heights, so there is undoubtedly a gladiolus for everybody’s taste buds. Gladiolus bulbs are generally grouped by flower size right into categories from mini to giant. One of the most widely used 3 to 4 feet tall sets come in…

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How to Grow Basil from Seed or Transplants

If you know all the little secrets to success with growing basil from seeds, then it’s going to be a piece of cake and a full of fun activity. Keep reading, and you’ll know everything there is to know about basil and how to grow it from its seeds in this full guide. Basil is a wonderful herb that exists in many different varieties that…

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The Ultimate Guide to Growing Honeysuckle

Honeysuckle is a plant that is known for having delicate tubular, nectar-filled, flowers that have a sweet smell. If you want a plant to cover up a wall with then this one of the greatest choices out there. This plant can also be useful for covering sides of the building. The roots of this plant should be in a shaded area away from the sun,…

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