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Chillies or Capsicums

Capsicums and Chillies are the well-known peppers. The difference is that some are sweet peppers, the other hot peppers! Some of the small hot peppers can easily be grown in containers as houseplants, the fruit taking the starring role instead of flowers. They are a heat loving plant and grow well in warm climates or cooler places in a heated environment like a glasshouse or sunny conservatory.

Beautiful Iris

Irises are the wonderfully colorful flowers that grow from rhizomes or bulbs into large clumps creating magnificent displays for little effort. They have been around for thousands of years, generally found in the northern hemisphere they grow worldwide. They are strong plants in so much as they make a statement, no matter where they are planted, either mixed in with other plants or as a focal point in or on a rockery, perhaps near a garden pond as they don’t seem to mind damp feet. Most irises are perennial plants growing from rhizomes. The rhizomes are thick fleshy growths that often lay half exposed on the surface of the garden.

Growing Iris From Bulbs

Iris are an easy plant to grow, whether from bulbs or from rhizomes. The most common irises grown are Spanish, English and Dutch probably because they are bulbs. Bulbs do not frighten people as much as the sound of the word “rhizomes”. Every one wants and understands the simple terminology! The flowers are different to the well-known flag or German irises, also known as bearded irises grown from rhizomes. Flowers of these irises are fine and delicate and come in colors ranging from white through to gold, mauve and purple. They flower at different times to each other, first the Dutch variety followed by the Spanish and then the English bulbs, Reticulata Irises are smaller and flower in the late winter, early spring period, some of these even have a light perfume.

Fall Crocus for Beautiful Autumn Color

If you plant fall crocus in the garden during late summer or early fall you will have beautiful naked flowers for late fall. Fall crocus are best if planted with low ground cover or ferns that are low to the ground.

Gardening for Seniors

Gardening is a healthy, stimulating physical activity that, with some consideration for ways to lessen the load, to continue gardening with a little less effort than we put forth in our earlier years, can be enjoyed on into our eighties and nineties. Here are a few suggestions and ideas to help you keep enjoying the fun of gardening as a senior gardener.

Special Needs of Tomatoes

Getting your tomatoes to the fat, red juicy size follows if care is taken with their initial planting and situation as they are quite forgiving and grow really well. Like most things, extra care brings results that can improve on what would have been an ordinary crop.

1000 Watt HPS Grow Light – The Benefits of an HID System

Choosing the right lighting systems is one of the most important decisions a person can make when attempting to grow a garden indoors. In fact, the right grow light system can make or break the entire gardening experience. Some of the most popular types of systems are built around a 1000 Watt HPS grow light.

Hydroponic Skyfarming

Hydroponic gardening has been around for centuries, but it wasn’t really used publicly until the 1970’s. It is, simply put, a method of growing plants without using soil. The grower uses a precise combination of nutrients, along with water and light to cultivate plants with just as much success as traditional methods. The concept of Skyfarming, or vertical farming, was first made public in 1915 by Mr. Gilbert Ellis Bailey in his book Vertical Farming.

Pruning for Rose Plant Health and Strong Rose Canes

Pruning roses redirects growth and life-force in the plant. When parts of the plant are pruned, it uses its energies to produce new, vigorous stems and leaves. Pruning cuts should therefore mostly be made just above a new outward facing bud.

Diatomaceous Earth for Chinch Bugs

The chinch bug is a lawn pest that kills grass by sucking the sap out of it and injecting a toxic saliva with its pointy mouthpiece.In order to prevent large populations of chinch bugs from residing in your grass begin monitoring for these pest in June before the weather becomes hot and large populations develop.

Jade Plant Care Tips

Taking care of a jade plant the proper way is no easy mission, but it is very rewarding once you get the hang of it. Allow us to help you start taking care of your jade plants already today!

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