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Bromeliad Care: How To Grow Bromeliad Plants

Bromeliad Care: How To Grow Bromeliad Plants

Here’s the best part of Bromeliad care… its NOT that difficult.Which is great to know… because there are more than 3000 different bromeliad plant types, hailing from the tropical areas of the Americas, also known as the neo-tropics.There is also a species that currently thrives in Western Africa; however, it is not native to this area.

10 unusual vegetables to sow in March

10 unusual vegetables to sow in March

March is the month in which the summer garden is set up, in the seedbed they begin to prepare the seedlings that will be planted in the field as soon as the winter frosts are behind them, the most organized will have also made a design of the garden and decided what to grow in the various plots.If you want to get out of the box and experience something new I propose some less common crops.

Romice or lapazio: knowing the weeds

Romice or lapazio: knowing the weeds

The dockyard is a very common spontaneous plant that we can easily find in cultivated fields or on their margins, but also in vegetable gardens and orchards.It is not among the most frequent weeds that grow on land constantly managed with vegetables, but in the first years cultivation of a previously uncultivated land or maintained as a meadow, its presence can be quite intense and annoying.

Plectranthus Oertendahlii: Learn Emerald Green Swedish Ivy Care

Plectranthus Oertendahlii: Learn Emerald Green Swedish Ivy Care

Plectranthus oertendahlii is grown as a houseplant and also known as Emerald Green Swedish Ivy, Swedish Mosaic Ivy or the Candle Plant.Plectranthus plek-TRAHN-thuss is both the genus and common name of an extensive group of plants which are closely related to mint, coleus (Plectranthus scutellarioides) and salvia (Sage).

Columbine Flowers: Growing, Planting and Caring For Aquilegia Plants

Columbine Flowers: Growing, Planting and Caring For Aquilegia Plants

The Columbine flower is perfect if you like old-fashioned flowers you can easily naturalize.Aquilegia x hybrida is a hardy, pretty wildflower which comes in flower colors of yellow, orange, pink, red, violet, deep purple, some bi-colors and even cherished blue flower colors.The tall flowers grow on slender stems with lots of pretty, lacy green foliage.

10 Annuals That Bloom Spring Until Frost Unaided

10 Annuals That Bloom Spring Until Frost Unaided

For your easy-care garden, you may want a collection of annuals that you can plant in the spring and forget about until frost arrives in the late fall.Luckily there are many lovely, flowering annuals (or perennials that can be grown as annuals) that will keep your garden looking bright and cheery throughout the spring and summer months and well into the autumn.