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    How to Grow Amaryllis Indoors

    The botanical name of Amaryllis plants is Hippeastrum and the plant actually originated from central and southern America. This wonderful perennial plant is a striking indoor plant that is easy to grow. The plant will light up your home with its stunning trumpet-like blooms, strappy leaves, and...
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    How to Grow Roses in Pots

    Actually you don’t really need to have a large yard, ideal soil, or perfect drainage to grow roses. Some of the most beautiful garden spaces are compact yet make a huge impact. If you really have a good sunny location and sufficient room for a large container, you can actually be a successful...
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    How to Grow Daffodil from Seed

    Actually daffodils reproduce from bulbs in most gardens coming up year after year. The thought of growing daffodils plant from seed may seem a bit unusual; however you can do it if you've got the time and patience. Growing daffodil plant seeds are a very simple proposition, but turning the...
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    How to Grow Snowdrops from Seed

    The scientific name of Snowdrops is Galanthus nivalis and the plants are perennial bulbs that are native to Europe and the Middle East. The snowdrops plants are hardy in USDA hardiness zones three through seven. The plants are so hardy, in fact, that they often appear and bloom while there is...
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    How to Grow Iris in Pots

    Without been told Irises are a beautiful addition to flower beds and landscapes. The plant bloom in spring, the perennial irises can actually range greatly in color and in fragrance. Iris has unique characteristics that make them popular with novice growers and plant collectors, alike. However...
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    How to Grow Hyacinth from Seed

    The scientific name of Hyacinths is Hyacinthus orientalis and the plants are beautiful additions to Southern gardens. The plants provide vibrant floral color with tall spikes of eye-catching blooms and bright green foliage. The Hyacinth plants are members of the Asparagaceae family. The Hyacinth...
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    How to Collect Freesia Seeds

    The Freesia plants are native to South Africa. The Freesia plants will naturalize over time, developing new little corms, which can be separated from the parent plant and set out individually, increasing the number of these sweetly scented blooms. Another way to actually increase your stock of...
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    How to Grow Bahia Grass from Seed

    The botanical name of Bahia grass is Paspalum notatum and is a perennial grass that is often used for grazing pastures and as a low-maintenance, warm-season lawn grass. Actually there are a few types of Bahia grass to choose. The Bahia grass grows in USDA plant hardiness zones eight through...
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    How to Grow Fritillaria from Seed

    Actually Fritillaria seed ripens in mid to late summer and the seeds is best sown as soon as it ripe or soon after in autumn. While the older Fritillaria seed may still be viable it develops germination inhibitors that can make late sowings germinate erratically. The Fritillaria plants have...
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    How to Grow Albuca from Seed

    According to some garden expert the Albuca spiral grass plants are not true grasses in the family Poeaceae. The Albuca spiral grass plants are magical little plants that spring from bulbs and they are a unique specimen for containers or warm season gardens. The Albuca spiral grass plants is a...
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    Albuca Care After Flowering

    The Albuca plant is an arresting, bulbous flower and the plant is native to South Africa. The Albuca plant is a perennial plant but in many North American zones the plant should be treated as an annual or dug up and overwintered indoors. How do you look after an Albuca plant? Actually caring for...
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    How to Grow Amsonia from Seeds

    Actually the Amsonia plant is also known as bluestar and the plant is a delightful perennial plant that provides seasons of interest in the garden. In spring some of the varieties bear clusters of small, star-shaped, sky-blue flowers. Through the summer the amsonia plant becomes full and bushy...
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    How to Grow Annual Vinca from Seed

    The botanical name of annual vinca plant is Catharanthus roseus and the plant is also known as rose periwinkle or Madagascar periwinkle. Actually the annual vinca plant is a versatile little stunner with shiny green foliage and blooms of white, pink, rose, red, salmon, or purple. The annual...
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    How to Grow Apple of Peru

    The scientific name of the apple of Peru plant is Nicandra physalodes and the plant is an interesting specimen. The apple of Peru plant is native to South America and is a member of the nightshade family that produces attractive flowers and it can also be used in a homemade insecticide. To learn...
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    How to Grow Baby's Breath from Cuttings

    The botanical name of Baby’s breath is Gypsophila and the plant is the star of the cutting garden, providing delicate little blooms that dress up floral arrangements (and your garden), from midsummer to autumn. You might be familiar with white baby’s breath, but various shades of rosy pink are...
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    How to Grow Balsam from Seed

    Actually Balsam requires about sixty to seventy days from sowing to produce flowers, so an early start is very important. Learn how to grow balsam plant and continue to enjoy the plant lovely colorful flowers through the end of the season. How do you plant Balsam? You can try growing Balsam...
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    How to Grow Basket of Gold

    The botanical name of Basket-of-gold plants is Aurinia saxtilis and the plant has bright gold flowers that seem to reflect the sun’s golden rays. Although the individual flowers of the plant are small, and they bloom in large clusters that intensify the effect. What is the size of basket of...
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    How to Care for Cuphea Plant

    The botanical name of Cuphea plant is Cuphea hyssopifolia and the common names are Hawaiian Heather, Elfin Herb, False Heather, and Mexican Heather. Actually the Cuphea plant is a small evergreen shrub that is native to Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras. The plant has naturalized to Hawaii and is...
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    How to Grow Bat Flower from Seed

    Bat flower which is also called Tacca is a truly astounding flowering plant you can easily add to your garden. The Bat plant are actually natives of southern Asia and the plants have dusky, purplish black blooms with unique, whisker like bracteoles bristling around the flower. Can you grow bat...
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    Growing Bee Balm from Seed Indoors

    The Bee balm plant is actually a perennial flowering herb in the mint family, growing well in USDA Hardiness zones three to nine. The Bee balm plant tall stalks and colorful flowers attract bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. The Bee balm plants spreads easily on its own. Most growers choose to...


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