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Weed Identification Guide Don't let weeds rob your garden of its beauty. Use our guide to help you identify and control these troublesome pests.
Weed Identification Guide
Terrarium Gardening with cacti
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Miniature conservatories have all the elegance and style of their oversize cousins, with a touch of irresistible charm.
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Its lovely burgundy-red vertical stalks and flowers lend Saxifraga stolonifera the nickname strawberry begonia. While the plant rapidly matures, it only reaches a height of 8 inches. Even when the wispy flowers aren't in bloom, the heart-shape foliage offers a two-tone pattern of green and deep red. To propagate for containers or other terrariums, simply snip off one of the runners. If well-tended, the plant will last a long time, as do many other terrarium bloomers. House Plants, Gardens Ideas, Indoor Spaces, Tops Plants, Terrariums Plants, Strawberries Begonia, Saxifraga Stolonifera, Helpful Bring, Tops Terrariums
Strawberry Begonia is a great terrarium plant
Terrariums help bring greenery to indoor spaces, but will flourish with the best terrarium plants. See our favorite selection of terrarium plants -- in beautiful containers -- to help you create your own.
Add Greens Carefully remove your plants from their containers and position them on top of the soil to ensure proper spacing. Allow enough room between the plants for additional soil. House Plants, Diy Ideas, Dining Rooms, Gardens Ideas, Beauty Addition, Add Green, Gypsy Gardens, Terrariums Gardens, Houseplants
planting a terrarium
Materials to create a terrarium
Terrariums are a beautiful addition to desks, dining room tables, or other well-lit spots. Check out our easy step-by-step instructions on how to plant a terrarium.
Plumeria Give plumeria a warm, very bright spot and protection from drafts. Keep it moderately moist in spring and summer and reduce watering in fall and winter. The tree may go dormant and lose its leaves but will begin to grow again once days get warmer. Move the pot outdoors in the summer to ensure it gets plenty of light. Gardens Ideas, Fragrant Houseplants, Indoor Gardens, Outdoor, Tops Fragrant, Gardens Magic, Indoor House Plants, Gardens Pl, Indoor Plants
Hoya...Hoyas are old-fashioned plants coming back into style. Easy-growing vines, many (such as Hoya cacunosa, shown here) feature waxy, sweetly scented pink or white flowers. Their glossy, dark green leaves are attractive even when the plants aren't in bloom. Diy Gardens, Gardens Ideas, House Plants, White Flowers, Fragrant Houseplants, Flowers Aroma, Hoya Plants, Make Flowers, Indoor Plants
Edible Passion Vine Plant -
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Fragrant Houseplants: Oncidium Orchid. Pick a medium to bright spot that offers high humidity and protection from drafts. Water and fertilize this orchid regularly during the spring and summer; keep it drier and cooler in autumn and winter. The fragrance varies as much as color and size. Sharry Baby 'Sweet Fragrance', for example, has a distinct chocolate scent; Twinkle 'Fragrance Fantasy', on the other hand, smells more herbal. Beauty Houseplants, Fragrant Houseplants, Oncidium Orchid, Scented Houseplants
Fragrant Houseplants: Corsage Orchid. Find a medium to bright spot that offers high humidity and protection from drafts for your corsage orchid. Water and fertilize it regularly in spring and summer; keep it drier and cooler in autumn and winter. Gardens Ideas, House Plants, Fragrant Houseplants, Indoor, Add Colors, Scented Specimen, Tops Fragrant, Wonder Scented, Corsage Orchids
Corsage Orchid (brassolaeliocattleya)
'Tea Rose' Begonia...Begonias are old-fashioned favorites. While most aren't scented, use your nose while shopping to discover varieties such as 'Tea Rose' that are. This beauty offers clusters of fragrant pink flowers over lustrous green leaves. Scented Plants, Fragrant Houseplants, House Ideas, Rose Gardens Indoor, Rose Indoor, Begonia Plants, Indoor House Plants, Teas Rose, Indoor Plants
'Tea Rose' Begonia I want this!!!
Sweet Bay - An attractive slow-growing shrub that may become a small tree, sweet bay shows off shiny green leaves with a savory, herbal scent. Use the leaves in soups, stews, and other delicious winter treats. Sweet bay isn't fussy, but it does best in a medium to bright spot. Keep the potting mix evenly moist in spring and summer; let it go a bit drier in winter. It likes high humidity. Shiny Green, House Plants, Delicious Winter, Small Trees, Fragrant Houseplants, Slow Growing, Pots Mixed, Herbal Scented, Sweets Bay
Sweet Bay (laurus nobilis) as a houseplant
Fragrant Houseplants: Citrus. Choose a bright spot protected from drafts and provide abundant humidity for your citrus. Water regularly, and fertilize in spring and summer with a general-purpose houseplant food. Gardens Ideas, House Plants, Sweets Scented, Fragrant Houseplants, Indoor Gardens, Tops Fragrant, Citrus Blossoms, Citrus Plants, Indoor Plants
Fragrant houseplant: Citrus
Teacup Herbarium Plant a tea garden in your kitchen window with large ceramic teacups. Use a jeweler's bit to drill small holes in the bottoms of the cups for drainage. Herbs for tea: English mint, chamomile, pineapple sage, and orange mint. Gardens Ideas, Green Thumb, Kitchens Windows, Garden Ideas, Indoor Herbs, Indoor Gardens, Gardens Planters, Herbs Gardens, Teacups Herbarium