... When very young, they are easily damaged by subtemperatures once they gain size. Wind resistant with glossy beautiful foliage and attractive white
spring flowers followed quickly by small fruit. The Brazilian cherry or Grumichama (Eugenia dombeyi /
E. brasiliensis) is a tender semitropical bush that ...
... Trees should be watered slowly for up to two years.
Pruning / Trimming
At planting, only remove any broken or injured branches.
As needed, proper pruning and trimming is necessary for the health an appearance
of the plant.
Most non-flowering shrubs can be trimmed two times a year.
... Patty’s Plants
Calatheas are from eastern Brazil. They are a great
colorful foliage plant for the home or
Grow Calatheas in meduim to bright curtain filtered
light. They can tolerate a little lower light too. An east
or west window is perfect. To much light will burn
... are more susceptible to attack by disease-causing organisms and insect pests.
5. Mulch. Mulches prevent soil that may contain disease-causing organisms from splashing onto the
plants; mulches also help to retain soil moisture and suppress weeds..
6. Avoid overcrowding the plants. Crowding creates a ...
... 20. When planting a balled and burlapped tree, care should be given to unwrap or untie
any materials from around the trunk to prevent:
A. rodent chewing.
C. trunk twist.
21. The configuration of the land, including hills, valleys and flat areas, is referred to as:
A. elevati ...
... Light: Grown as a houseplant, good bright indirect light or grown outside in shade or partly
shaded conditions, no hot sun.
Water: Water thoroughly 1-2 times per week during the warm months and less often in the cooler
months. One of the biggest problems of Staghorns is over watering, if your plant ...
... • Vascular Plants- these have specialized parts
that deal with transportation of material.
▫ These include, ferns, club mosses, horsetails. And
all other kinds of plants that have specialized parts
to move material (ex. Flowers, trees)
... Use low to moderate light. Avoid any direct sunlight as this may burn or cause damage
to the leaves.
Water the soil only when it dries out. Never over water, and ensure that there is good
drainage. Usually every two weeks is sufficient, but it may be able to go longer in
... are the largest genus in the Bromeliad family and are native to warmer climates of the United States.
They are epiphytic, and can be found growing on trees and rocks. The most unique thing about these
plants is that they don't require any soil to live, they absorb all the nutrients they need through ...
... photosynthesis and food to the rest of the plant are vascular.
3. Some prairie plants have tap roots in order to reach water deep in the soil.
4. Plants are spread away from the parent plant through seed dispersal possibly by
wind, water, animal transport or consumption.
5. If a plant has no tubes f ...
Sustainable landscaping encompasses a variety of practices that have developed in response to environmental issues. These practices are used in every phase of landscaping, including design, construction, implementation and management of residential and commercial landscapes.