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How to Plant Philodendron Gloriosum

Philodendron gloriosum is a plant species in the Araceae family, genus Philodendron. It is a creeping, terrestrial plant native to Colombia with cordate (heart-shaped) and velutinous foliage, pink margins, and pale green, white, or pinkish veins.  It is a crawling Philodendron with heart-shaped green velvety foliage and pale to striking white veins that belongs to the genus Philodendron. We mean creeping on the ground when we say crawl. Philodendrons can

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How To Stop Plants From Growing Tall

After reading the headline, most people will question why somebody would want to prevent a tree from getting tall. However, this essay is for those of you who have at least one plant that your space can no longer handle due to its size. Most plants, particularly those planted for decorative reasons or indoors, are not permitted to develop to their full potential. Owners of such plants prefer that they

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How to Plant Seeds in Aquaponics

Aquaponics is a food production system that combines aquaculture and hydroponics. It is accomplished by feeding nutrient-rich aquaculture water to hydroponically-grown plants. Because all aquaponic systems are based on existing hydroponic and aquaculture farming techniques, the size, complexity, and types of foods grown in an aquaponic system can vary as much as any system found in either distinct farming discipline. One of the advantages of aquaponics is that it allows

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How to Plant Scotch Bonnet Pepper Seeds

How to Plant Scotch Bonnet Pepper Seeds Scotch Bonnet pepper seeds produce brightly coloured chile peppers widely used in Jamaican and other Caribbean cooking and have a flavour profile distinct from that of its close cousin, the Habanero. Scotch Bonnets must be used if you want the traditional jerk paste flavour. The fiery Red Scotch Bonnet pepper ripens from green to a bright red colour and forms a 1.5-inch wrinkly,

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How To Get Thick Stems On Tomato Plants?

If you are a gardener, then you might love tomatoes as a crop for their easy maintenance and care. But the most common issue you may have faced is that when the tomato plant grows and bears fruit, the entire plant bends due to the excess weight of the fruit. This is due to the thin stems, and there are a variety of causes for this problem. Most of them

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How to Plant Ixia Bulbs

Ixia, also known as Wand Flowers or African Corn Lilies, are vibrant and unusual members of the Iris family. Because they prefer hot, dry climates, they will thrive in warmer climates such as the southwest. They look best in groups in borders or containers, and they have a pleasant, light fragrance. Ixia bulbs are winter growers and should be planted and watered in early fall to get them started. They

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How To Attach Air Plants To Wood

Introduction Air plants are very often small, easy to cultivate, and do not require soil. They’re popular as houseplants because they’re simple to care for and don’t require much sunlight to grow. Because they don’t need to be placed in the soil, most people like to hang them in various kinds of wood, which appear more beautiful and easier to hang. However, if you’ve ever had no experience how with

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How To Dechlorinate Water For Plants

Dechlorination is removing chlorine from the water before discharging the water into the environment. Dechlorination is performed because chlorine can form deposits on the internal edges of industrial equipment, cause health issues or lead to corrosion. Chlorine is a poisonous, corrosive gas that does not occur naturally. It is also harmful to your water plants. Dechlorination is as simple as leaving a jug or jar of water open to the

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