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Maple Tree Dying – What Are Causes Of Maple Decline
Maple Tree Dying – What Are Causes Of Maple Decline

By: Jackie CarrollMaple trees can decline for a variety of reasons. Read on for information about maple tree decline treatment.Maple Decline InformationAdverse conditions can cause a maple tree so much stress that it no longer thrives. City maples become the victims of air and water pollution, road salts, and construction and landscaping injuries.

Useful properties and contraindications of hazel
Useful properties and contraindications of hazel

Hazel (hazel) is one of the most popular nut crops, the taste of which is familiar to everyone, without exception. In addition to their attractive taste, hazel nuts have a high nutritional value for the human body, have healing properties, and therefore they are often included in the composition of therapeutic diets, recipes of traditional medicine and cosmetology.

Anthracnose
Anthracnose

The disease is caused by anthracnose (copperhead) imperfect fungi with deuteromycetes: Kabatiella, Colletotrichum, Gloeosporium. The following plants are most susceptible to this disease: pumpkin, beans, zucchini, melons, almonds, watermelon, peas, grapes, cucumbers, citrus fruits and walnuts. Of the berry bushes, gooseberries, currants and raspberries most often get sick.

How To Prune Hostas: Tips On Cutting Back Hosta Plants
How To Prune Hostas: Tips On Cutting Back Hosta Plants

By: Teo SpenglerGardeners go for hosta plants because of their lush greenery and shade tolerance. These popular shade plants offer an entrancing variety of foliage, from smooth leaves to puckered leaves, green or yellow or blue leaves, and leaves the size of a quarter to leaves as big as a plate. But pests can attack foliage and make it ragged.

A detailed description of the honey strawberry variety
A detailed description of the honey strawberry variety

Strawberries take their rightful place in any garden. Moreover, the breeders tried to please every gardener "in taste and color". In this article, we will consider the Honei strawberry variety and its characteristics. Description of the Honey variety Breeding history Breeders from the American city of Honoye Falls bred strawberries in 1979 and named them after their city honeoye.

Pleiospilos compactus (Mimicry Plant)
Pleiospilos compactus (Mimicry Plant)

Scientific NamePleiospilos compactus SchwantesCommon NamesMimicry Plant, Split Rock, Stone PlantSynonymsPleiospilos compactus subsp. compactus, Pleiospilos longibracteatus, Pleiospilos optatus, Punctillaria optataScientific ClassificationFamily: AizoaceaeSubfamily: RuschioideaeTribe: RuschieaeGenus: PleiospilosDescriptionPleiospilos compactus is a perennial succulent that grows with 1 to 3 leaf-pairs and may form small mats.

Thyme (thyme)
Thyme (thyme)

A fragrant shrub or thyme shrub (Thymus) is a representative of the largest genus of the Yasnotkovye family. The Russian name "thyme" comes from the Greek word "incense", meaning "fragrant substance." In some cases, thyme and thyme are the same plant, but only when it comes to creeping thyme.

Agrovermiculite Vermisil for growing seedlings and indoor plants
Agrovermiculite Vermisil for growing seedlings and indoor plants

Vermisil for the development of the root system and the plant as a whole Vermiculite is a mineral from the hydromica group with a layered structure. In nature, it is represented by large lamellar crystals of golden yellow color. Expanded vermiculite is obtained by grinding natural mica, as well as short-term firing in ovens.

Helping A Ficus Tree That Is Dropping Leaves
Helping A Ficus Tree That Is Dropping Leaves

Ficus trees are a popular houseplant that can be found in many homes, but the attractive and easy to care for ficus trees still have a frustrating habit of dropping leaves, seemingly without reason. This leaves many ficus owners asking, “Why is my ficus losing leaves?”. The causes for dropping ficus leaves are many, but when you know what they are, this can help you pin down the reason your ficus tree leaves are falling off.

Sansevieria 'Cleopatra'
Sansevieria 'Cleopatra'

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Serata Basil Info: Learn How To Grow Serata Basil Plants
Serata Basil Info: Learn How To Grow Serata Basil Plants

By: Teo SpenglerIf you think of basil as an Italian herb, you aren’t alone.Lots of Americans think basil comes from Italy when, in fact, it hails fromIndia. However, the pungent flavor of basil has become an integral part of manyItalian dishes.You’ll find many typesof basil available in commerce. One heirloom variety you might wantto try is basil Serata (Ocimum basilicum‘Serata’).

 How to pinch a Kalanchoe - step by step
How to pinch a Kalanchoe - step by step

Kalanchoe is famous not only for its remarkable appearance and unpretentiousness, but is also used for medicinal purposes. Any florist is familiar with this plant. Our article will tell you about an important "ritual" that gives your green friend the final sophisticated appearance - how to pinch a Kalanchoe. Step by step instructions at your service.