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Taking Care of Columnea (Goldfish plant)

Columnea Goldfish plant Light and position The columnea requires a position with good light . to encourage flowering , but shaded from direct sunlight . it is best seen as a hanging plant , so it could be placed near the window in a bright room . however...
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Asplenium nidus

General Information Bird’s nest fern is an evergreen, epiphytic fern with a short rhizome and large leaves that can be 150cm long and 20cm wide The plant is sometimes harvested from the wild as a local food source. It is commonly grown as an ornamental in the tropics....
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Container Gardening

Container gardening is very rewarding, and is especially suited to people who live in apartments or home units. Potted plants can be very decorative and, with the new range of pots and containers now on the market, can be used to create attractive focal points in your garden....
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Plants That Can Survive The Dark

Many of us love to have indoor plants , but unfortunately they lose their plants in only a couple of weeks. So if you’re in a similar position, feeling that you have no luck with plants, don’t worry. It’s pretty hard to grow plants in the dark, but...
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Roof gardens and balconies

Practical considerations Before embarking on a project to make your roof garden into an oasis of greenery and flowers, the following important points should be considered: Building restrictions Before designing any addition to a property’s roof it is essential to check: Whether planning permission is required How much...
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How To Propagate Dieffenbachia Plants?

Dieffenbachia can be an attractive and almost carefree houseplant that adds a tropical statement to almost any room. Once you have a healthy plant growing in your home, you have the potential for an endless supply of new, smaller plants simply by propagating cuttings and clippings from the...
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