Poisonous Indoor Plants

Poisonous house plants should be handled with caution. Some can cause illness if eaten, and others can cause skin irritation. Children are unlikely to eat house plants, but some brightly colored fruit may seem tempting. Call your physician immediately if your child has eaten any plant and shows...
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How to Care for Your Pond

1 Make a pond by digging a hole suitable to you and line in with plastic or use the pond in your neighborhood. 2 Buy an already made pond, if you are not interested in building a pond. You can get this from your local plant nursery. 3...
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Natural Cheap Fertilizer Recipes

BANANA PEELS  –  Eating a banana helps replenish lost potassium. Roses love potassium too. Simply throw one or two peels in the hole before planting or bury peels under mulch so they can compost naturally. Get bigger and more blooms. I also use banana peels on my vegetables....
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Hibiscus Rosa-sinensis

Common Names: Chinese hibiscus, rose-of-China, Hawaiian hibiscus Family: Malvaceae (mallow Family) Description Chinese hibiscus is a large shrub or small tree that gets up to 15 ft (4.5 m) tall in frost free climates. The toothed leaves are arranged alternately and are quite variable, but tend to be...
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Canna indica

Common Names: Indian shot, Queensland arrowroot Family: Cannaceae (canna Family) Description Like the popular hybrid cannas referred to as Canna x generalis, Canna indica or Indian shot is a rhizomatous herbaceous perennial with large leaves and showy flowers, although the flowers are smaller than those of the fancy...
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