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How To Prune Your Lantana Plants

How and when to prune lantana bushes is often a highly debated topic. One thing that is agreed upon is the fact that depending on the type of lantana, these plants can get quite large—up to six feet tall and sometimes just as wide. Therefore, trimming lantana plants...
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Growing & Caring of Coleus

Perhaps you know them as painted nettle or poor man’s croton, depending on where you’re located, but for many of us we simply know them as coleus plants (Coleus blumei). I, for one, love them, as do many others. They have some of the most stunningly colored foliage—in...
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Gerbera

Scientific Name: Gerbera jamesonii Family: Asteraceae/Compositae  (Daisy Family) Common names: Gerbera, African daisy, Transvaal daisy, Barberton daisy Flowering Period: All year round Color: white, red, cream, orange, pink, purple & yellow Gerbera flowers comes in vibrant colours adding beauty to your garden. It has around 40 species spreading from Africa...
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Planting and Taking Care of Ground covers

A ground cover plant is used in place of grass or to cover an area where you want to do minimal maintenance. Groundcovers also help prevent erosion and stabilize raised areas. Landscape groundcover plants are chosen because they are tough, hardy and have a low growth habit. There...
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Pruning Spider Plants – How To Trim Spider Plant Leaves

Spider plants (Chlorophytum comosum) are another commonly grown houseplant. They make excellent additions to hanging baskets with their long, ribbon-like foliage and arching stems of spiderettes spilling over the edges. To keep these plants looking their best, it is occasionally necessary to trim spider plant leaves and spiderettes....
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Spider Plant Care: Gardening Tips For Spider Plants

The spider plant (Chlorophytum comosum) is considered one of the most adaptable of houseplants and the easiest to grow. This plant can grow in a wide range of conditions and suffers from few problems, other than brown tips. The spider plant is so named because of its spider-like...
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