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How Is the Ficus Propagated?

Many varieties of ficus plants are grown as Indoor & Outdoor Plant The genius Ficus contains more than 800 species, which includes fig-bearing trees and houseplants. Weeping fig (Ficus benjamina) is one of the most common houseplant trees sold in nurseries and garden centers. Other varieties include India...
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Lagerstroemia indica

Lagerstroemia indica Common Names: crape myrtle, crepe myrtle Family: Lythraceae (loosestrife Family) Known colloquially as crepe (or crape) myrtles, these are excellent deciduous trees . They are unfazed by hot summers, need very little attention and will grow in ordinary soil. The original species grows to a height...
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Salix nigra

Common Names: black willow Family: Salicaceae (willow Family) Description Black willow is typically a tree, but is often shrubby with multiple trunks, and often forms thickets. It can reach 65 ft (20 m) in height, but often assumes a leaning posture. Leaves are alternate, variable in size, lance shaped, and generally...
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Taking Care of Ficus Trees

The Ficus tree is a popular houseplant, and is relatively easy to care for. Your Ficus will want to be placed near a bright window or other light source because they thrive in light. Having direct light helps avert many Ficus problems, which can seem to start as...
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Eucalyptus

This fast-growing evergreen tree can be planted in a large space as a stand-alone specimen or kept to smaller proportions using pruning methods such as coppicing or pollarding. The foliage is often used in flower arranging. Quick facts Common name Eucalyptus Latin name Eucalyptus Group Tree, shrub Flowering time Mid-summer to mid-autumn Planting time Spring...
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Olive

Olives (Olea europaea) are evergreen trees that will add a Mediterranean touch to the garden. They are suited to garden or container cultivation Quick facts Common name olive Botanical name Olea europaea Group Tree Flowering Time summer Planting time spring Height and spread Up to 10m (30ft) height...
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