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Here’s the best part of Bromeliad plant care… its NOT that difficult. Which is great to know… because there are more than 3000 different types of bromeliads, hailing from the tropical areas of the Americas, also known as the neo-tropics. There is also a species that currently thrives in Western Africa; however, it is not […]

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Bromeliads are colorful, long-lasting (3 -4 months) and make great gifts. People always ask how to water them. This video will give you a quick lesson on watering bromeliads and see just how much water can bromeliads hold. Bromeliads, in their natural habitat, grow under a wide range of conditions and will survive prolonged periods […]

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Bromeliads are a favorite of mine for color inside and out. Indoors we often see the “Silver Vase” Aechmea Fasciata. Guzmanias are another popular bromeliad you see in many garden centers. If you’ve ever had the pleasure of catching some colorful Neoregelias they are a feast for the eyes. The thick, tough foliage and centers […]

The post Neoregelia Care: 17 Tips For Growing The Neoregelia Bromeliad appeared first on Plant Care Today.

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So you’re interested in growing bell peppers! We find bell peppers in red, green, yellow and purple, plus they are loaded vitamin A and C. Another nice fact is that the crop cycle is not very long. In fact, you can harvest them in about 10-12 weeks with multiple peppers per plant. [toc] Gardening beginners […]

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A south facing window is an excellent place to keep indoor plants, as long as you keep the right houseplants and take steps to protect them from extreme sun. The bright natural light of southern exposure provides plenty of energy for hungry plants. But, you must remember that the glass of the window may magnify […]

The post South Facing Window Plants – Choosing Houseplants For Southern Windows appeared first on Plant Care Today.

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Over time most gardeners learn which flowers have the properties that invite beneficial insects or repel insects naturally. Planting flowers for natural pest control, reduces pesticide use but also your workload. Less pesticides equals more good bugs, to control bad bugs such as the western flower thrips (flankliniella occidentalis), aphids, tomato hornworms, flea beetles, parasitic […]

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When gardening in our backyard, the plants and the flowers take center stage. Flowers are a wonderful way to provide color in the landscape. However, some flowers are short-lived. It’s a wait all year for their floral celebration. For those of us who crave color as long as we can have it we do have […]

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So you’re interested in growing daylily bulbs. For starters, the preferred planting seasons for daylily bulbs (Hemerocallis) are spring and fall, but you can plant daylilies any time the ground is frost free. Plant daylilies like these so the light green line just above the roots is covered with one to two inches of soil. Space […]

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The passiflora known more commonly as the “passion flower vine” is one of the “new” vines introduced for spring color offerings available at garden centers. If you’re ready to add a conversation plant or something really unique to the outside patio on a trellis, take a look at this Brazilian native. [toc] To learn about […]

The post Passion Flower: Growing The Passiflora Vine [HOW TO CARE GUIDE] appeared first on Plant Care Today.

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The passiflora known more commonly as the “passion flower vine” is one of the “new” vines introduced for spring color offerings available at garden centers. If you’re ready to add a conversation plant or something really unique to the outside patio on a trellis, take a look at this Brazilian native. [toc] To learn about […]

The post How To Care For Passiflora Plant: The Passion Vine appeared first on Plant Care Today.

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