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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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Why My Petunia Has Yellow Leaves?

Petunias are beloved, no fuss annual plants that most gardeners can’t do without in the landscape. These plants are steady performers in summer, rewarding our neglect with bountiful flower displays and few pest and disease problems. Occasionally, however, a specific issue such as yellowing petunia leaves, can leave...
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Salvia Propagation using cuttings

Salvias are a large group of plants popular for adding colour to borders in late summer. The perennial types vary in hardiness so a good way to safeguard against winter losses is to root cuttings. This is simple to do and it is satisfying to share these long-flowering...
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Taking Care of your Vincas

One of the most important things when anyone purchase his first Vinca Major Plant is how to take care of it , Vinca plants are a very easy Plant to care for; they will tolerate drought, shade and heat well. They don’t require a lot of specialized care,...
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Vinca Major

Vinca Major A very fast growing herbaceous perennial groundcover with evergreen foliage & prettyblue flowers . Comman name is large periwinkle or Big periwinkle belongs to the family Apocynaceae , The Arching Stems for Vinca Major can reach up to 30 cm ( 12 inch.) , but anyway...
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Perennials for Your Garden

Perennial plants live for more than two years. They return year after year and continue growing until they reach maturity, which varies by plant but averages three to five years. The term “perennial” refers to herbaceous (“green”) plants since woody plants, such as trees, are perennial by definition....
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