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7 Different Eggplant Growing Stages

Scientifically called Solanum Melongena, an Eggplant is a hardy, perennial crop in U.S Department of Agriculture zones 9 to 12. It comes from the family of Solanaceae, now grown worldwide, especially for its edible fruits. Although most gardeners in some parts of the world grow it as an annual plant, it still has a similar …

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Top 6 Benefits of Growing Plants Upside Down

Upside down gardening is increasingly turning out to be the most common feature deployed by both homemade and commercial gardeners at the moment, and they have decided never to back down on this method. It’s generally believed that growing plants upside down helps in several ways to ensure the healthy growth of the plants. The …

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Do Bees Like Forget-Me-Nots? (Forget-Me-Nots Friendly Bugs)

Most flowers, as well know, attract bees, moths, butterflies, and other flies. They are usually the main pollinators of these plants. But what about the forget-me-nots plant? Do bees like forget-me-nots? Well, the simple answer is YES! Forget-me-not flowers are essentially bee-favorites, thanks to the beautifully colored petals and easy-to-access nectar of the plant. Forget-me-nots …

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Monstera Minima Care (Rhaphidophora Tetrasperma)

Being around nature and houseplants can help to ease off our stress levels and promote relaxation and recovery, not the least, the attractive Monstera Minima. Originally from Southern Thailand and Malaysia, and also known as Rhaphidophora tetrasperma, Monstera Minima is a houseplant from Rhaphidophora and the Araceae family. Its smallish nature earned it the nickname …

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Snow Queen Vs Marble Queen Pothos (Major Differences)

Snow queen and Marble Queen Pothos share certain similarities that make it quite challenging to differentiate them, especially for newbies in the gardening sphere, which is where this post about Snow Queen vs Marble Queen Pothos comes in handy. The major difference between Snow queen and Marble Queen Pothos is that the leaves in Snow …

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Plumosa Fern Care: Growing Asparagus Setaceus

Are you thinking of growing Plumosa Fern? By all means, you should! This perennial plant is a very beginner-friendly houseplant and will definitely add beauty to your space. The plant is loved for its ornamental attributes, accentuated with its long, soft leaves that grow like feathery clumps. Taking care of this plant is quite straightforward. …

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Top 13 Species of Plants With Spiky Leaves (+ Their Photos)

Plants with spiky leaves have been in existence and were considered a perfect biological razor wire that ensures privacy by safeguarding homesteads from raiding intruders or burglars or serving as barriers for livestock. They deliver structured form with their narrow leaves, pointy spines, and toothed edges. In other words, by technically growing plants with spiky, …

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What Side Of The House Do You Plant Hydrangeas?

Choosing the most appropriate location is always the key to any hydrangea planting. It is very significant because it can make a huge difference in your blooms. Of course, we know that hydrangeas are suitable for planting around your house, but the question is, on what side of the house do you plant hydrangeas? What …

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21 Types Of Carnivorous Plants (+ How to Care For Them)

If you’ve ever wanted to grow a carnivorous plant but don’t know the right species to go for, this post is for you. We discussed the various types of carnivorous plants as well as how to care for them. Bugs eat plants, but the reverse is the case for carnivorous plants, yes! You thought right; …

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Top 6 Beautiful Trees with Fern-Like Leaves (With Photos)

Fern is a class of nonflowering vascular plant from the Polypodiopsida family, consisting of true roots, stems, and complex and decorative leaves. A fern reproduces by spores – and it constitutes an ancient division of vascular plants, with some as old as the Carboniferous Period, at about 359 years ago or older.  There are several …

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Why is My Columbine Plant Dying? (6 Possible Causes!)

Did you know the columbine plant symbolize endurance, faith, and good fortune? You may wonder why? The reason is that this flower grows in different conditions, against all odds. You can find columbines in high mountains, meadows, and woodlands. They grow at very high altitudes. But why is my columbine plant dying? Well, a few …

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Philodendron Thai Sunrise Vs Golden Goddess

Philodendrons are flowering plants in the Araceae Family. They originated from the Caribbean, Colombia and Asia with very colorful foliage. Philodendron dates back to 1600, with over 400 species. And about 10 of them serve as houseplants.  Besides their artistic significance, philodendrons have beautiful large leaves that some says symbolizes abundance. To others, philodendrons are symbols of …

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How to Grow Asparagus from Cuttings (7 Quick Steps)

Can you grow asparagus from cuttings? Yes, you can and the steps are very easy. In this post, you will how to grow asparagus from cuttings, even if you’ve never done it before. Asparagus is a perennial plant with a long life span; it could live up to 30 years and even more if adequately …

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