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Growing guide for the aloe plant called Minnie Belle

The aloe has many different varieties and one of them is the Minnie Belle aloe. A evergreen succulent with showy flowers, the Minnie ...
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Produce more dye? Producemore Indigofera!

The more you propagate your indigo (indigofera) plants, the more dye it can give you. This is one easy task as indigo propagation starts ...
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Grapevines and its worst enemy; grape dead arm disease

Commonly caused by a deep seated wood rot in the arms and trunk, the grape dead arm disease is one deadly disease that can destroy ...
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A flower that doesn’t stop to amaze? The Nonstop Rose Petticoat

The Nonstop Rose Petticoat comes from a group of cultivars called ‘tuberhybrida' which is perhaps the best of the begonia family. ...
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Definitely stunning and a plant of beauty; the Blue Anise

Often times it is called the hummingbird sage, the Blue Anise sage is a fine-looking subshrub or a dwarf shrub which is a popular ornamental ...
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What is an Italian Sweet Pepper and how you can grow them

There are many types of pepper to choose from if you're into a spicy garden. One of them is the Italian sweet pepper or sometimes called friggitello. ...
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How to care for your Spikemoss fern plants

The spikemoss is a very creepy plant but can be very attractive when treated with proper care. It's a bit difficult to care of them ...
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Adding some parsley into your vegetable garden

A commonly cultivated herb, parsley is used primarily as a culinary herb for its healthy benefits. Growing them from seed is too easy ...
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The best and tallest annuals you should grow in your backyard

Annuals are known to last for only a year or sometimes one season, and some of that is a bit short. The best thing to do is make the ...