A Comprehensive Guide to Composting Palm Fronds Using Methods That Really Work
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by Angelo (admin)
2d ago
Palms are monocot trees from the Arecaceae (or Palmae) family with tall, unbranched, columnar trunks and a canopy of large pinnate (feather-like in appearance) or palmate (resembling the palm of a hand) compound leaves, known as palm fronds. An unusual anatomical characteristics of palm trees ..read more
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Australian Gardening Calendars February 2023
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by Angelo (admin)
1M ago
Here are the February gardening calendars for all Australian climates – Temperate, Cool & Alpine, Subtropical, Tropical and Arid. Use the links below to view monthly gardening calendars or download printable documents. Temperate Climate February Vegetable And Herb Gardening Calendar For Temperate Climate Australia Cool ..read more
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Can Coffee Grounds Be Used as a Fertiliser in the Garden?
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by Angelo (admin)
1M ago
Coffee is one of the most widely consumed beverages in the world, with an estimated global consumption of 2.25 billion cups of coffee per day in 2022. That translates to approximately 2.5 billion kilograms (5.5 billion pounds) of coffee beans a year! Using ground coffee ..read more
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The Big List of Botanical Plant Names and their Meanings for Gardeners
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by Angelo (admin)
2M ago
Botanical names, also known as scientific names, follow a binomial nomenclature – a two-part system for naming and categorizing plants that was originally developed by the Swedish botanist and physician Carl Linnaeus in 1758. This system consists of the genus, a higher taxonomic (classification) rank ..read more
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Australian Gardening Calendars January 2023
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by Angelo (admin)
2M ago
Here are the January gardening calendars for all Australian climates – Temperate, Cool & Alpine, Subtropical, Tropical and Arid. Use the links below to view monthly gardening calendars or download printable documents. Temperate Climate January Vegetable And Herb Gardening Calendar For Temperate Climate Australia Cool ..read more
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How to Make Natural Repellent Sachets to Control Clothes Moths
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by Angelo (admin)
2M ago
The Clothes Moth is a common household pest that eats holes in clothing and other fabrics. There are two common types of clothes moths found in homes, the webbing clothes moth (Tineola bisselliella), and the case-making clothes moth (Tinea pellionella). These tiny insects consume all ..read more
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How to Grow and Prune Passionfruit Vines for Maximum Fruiting
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by Angelo (admin)
2M ago
The passionfruit vine (Passiflora edulis) is a vigorous perennial woody evergreen fruiting subtropical vine from the Passifloraceae family. It has three-lobed, glossy green leaves, and climbs by tendrils, reaching a height of up to 5m (15′), depending on the structure it’s climbing upon. The purple ..read more
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The Chemistry of Life, How Energy Stored in Chemical Bonds Sustains All Life on Earth
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by Angelo (admin)
2M ago
All living things require energy to function, and their cells require a constant and ongoing input of energy to power the various cellular processes and functions they perform. What’s truly miraculous is how nature’s energies external to living organisms are transmuted into internal cellular energies ..read more
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Understanding How Photosynthesis Works, A Comprehensive Guide for Gardeners
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by Angelo (admin)
3M ago
Photosynthesis is a fundamental process used by plants, algae, and cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) to absorb the energy of sunlight and convert it into stored chemical energy. They do this by using carbon dioxide (CO2) from the air, and water (H2O) from the soil, to produce ..read more
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December Vegetable and Herb Gardening Calendar for Arid Climate Australia
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by Angelo (admin)
3M ago
December is the first month of summer, and with the warmer weather gardens explode into life, becoming lush, abundant and awesome to behold. With the days getting longer as we progress towards the longest day of the year, the summer solstice, there’s more time to ..read more
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