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Growing Jacob’s Ladder – How To Grow And Plant Jacob’s Ladder

Growing Jacob’s Ladder – How To Grow And Plant Jacob’s Ladder

By: Jackie RhoadesThere are two species of Jacob’s ladder plant that are commonly found in the garden. The first, Polemonium reptans, is native to the northeastern quadrant of the United States and is considered a threatened species in some states. Environmental care of Jacob’s ladder includes discouraging gardeners from taking plants from the wild for transplant.

Goldfish Hanging Plant – How To Grow Goldfish Houseplant

Goldfish Hanging Plant – How To Grow Goldfish Houseplant

Goldfish plants (Columnea gloriosa) come to us from the Central and South American tropics and derive their common name from the unusual shape of their flowers, which with some imagination, resemble fish. Under ideal conditions, the goldfish hanging plant blooms prolifically in a variety of reds, oranges and yellows.

Cobas Tree

Cobas Tree

SucculentopediaCyphostemma currorii (Cobas Tree)Cyphostemma currorii (Cobas Tree) is a perennial, deciduous, succulent shrub or small tree with a bloated, water-storing trunk, with…

Information About Romulea

Information About Romulea

Get Started Care Of Romulea Plants – How To Grow A Romulea IrisBy Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)Growers who wish to establish impressive plant collections delight in the growth of more unique, difficult-to-find bulbs and perennials. Romulea, for example, can be a highly prized addition to spring and summer flowering gardens.

Growing astilbe, varieties and hybrids

Growing astilbe, varieties and hybrids

The plant in question has decorative leaves and flowers, but especially openwork, as if saturated with air inflorescences. Their light, foamy pattern will decorate any garden, especially since Astilbe is a very unpretentious plant. Astilbe belongs to the saxifrage family. It is found wild in the Himalayas, East Asia, Japan and North America.

Calendula in folk medicine and garden landscape

Calendula in folk medicine and garden landscape

There is a legend among the people that the sun, tired of shining, for a moment sat down on the hill to rest. At that moment, one of the gold coins rolled out of his pocket, rolled down the hill on the coming night, and quietly fell onto the soft ground. And in the morning on this place a wonderful bright orange flower, similar to the face of the sun, grew. Calendula.