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If your dying Bird’s Nest Fern has brown spots on the fronds, it is dying due to Bacterial blight. Check the plant for pests like Aphids, Mealybugs, and Scale as they can kill your Bird’s Nest Fern too. Asplenium nidus is the scientific name of our beloved Bird’s Nest FernRead More →

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About The Burlap and Wire Basket Around Your Tree Many people think that they should leave both burlap and wire in place when they plant a tree, but this is wrong. Leaving these materials wrapped around your tree’s rootball will damage roots and can kill your tree. How long canRead More →

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From the Greek helios, the sun, and anthemon. A genus of evergreen and semi-evergreen shrubs, sub-shrubs, perennial plants and annuals, very free flowering. … Numerous named varieties and hybrids are grown and four species are native plants. Where should I plant a rock rose? Where to plant the Rock RoseRead More →

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In plants, the so-called “light” reactions occur within the chloroplast thylakoids, where the aforementioned chlorophyll pigments reside. When light energy reaches the pigment molecules, it energizes the electrons within them, and these electrons are shunted to an electron transport chain in the thylakoid membrane. What helps in chlorophyll formation? IronRead More →

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Alstroemerias need full sun to flower well and should be grown in reasonably fertile and well drained soil. Choose a sheltered spot, ideally away from prevailing winds, and add organic matter to the soil before planting. In pots, use a peat-free. Can you plant Alstroemeria outside? Most alstroemerias are hardyRead More →

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Blue daze requires pruning at several points of its development to keep the plants compact and flowering robustly and consistently. When the plants are just starting out, cutting them back will encourage new branches to grow. To achieve the bushiest plants possible, pinch young buds every so often. Why areRead More →

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Plants have eukaryotic cells with large central vacuoles, cell walls containing cellulose, and plastids such as chloroplasts and chromoplasts. Different types of plant cells include parenchymal, collenchymal, and sclerenchymal cells. The three types differ in structure and function. Are found in plant cells? The plant cell has a cell wall,Read More →