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Anthurium

Anthurium Plant Problems

Anthurium plant is the largest herbaceous genus of about 1000 species of flowering plants belonging to the arum family, Araceae. You can found it as you go from Mexico to northern Argentina, Uruguay, and parts of the Caribbean. It is also renowned as anthurium, tail flower, painted tongue, flamingo flower, and laceleaf. The leaves of …

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how fast do morning glories grow

When Do Morning Glories Bloom?

You have been waiting for your morning glories to bloom with no luck. This leaves you wondering, when will my morning glories bloom? You don’t have to worry about that anymore. We have done extensive research, and we will give you all the answers in this article. From the day you sow the morning glory …

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anthurium clarinervium care

Anthurium Clarinervium Care

Anthurium Clarinervium is a genus of flowering plants that consists mainly of epiphytic anthurium species found in Central and South America, the Caribbean, and southeastern Mexico. The species was first described by Austrian botanist Franz von Paula Schrank in 1798 as Eucharis clarinervia. The type species is now Anthurium clarinervium. There are three recognized species …

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portulaca winter care

Portulaca Winter Care

Portulaca is a vigorous, warm-season annuals with pretty flowers ranging from pink to red or purple. In the autumn, ersatz papyrus plants become dormant and start to wither. Some plants will die back completely; others will simply turn brown and stay relatively sturdy for the winter. Sunlight is an important factor in how long a …

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Calibrachoa plant dying

Why is my Calibrachoa Dying?

Calibrachoa or million bells is a variety of petunia that is known for its glossy leaves. The flowers come in a wide range of colors and can be used as both an indoor and outdoor plant. The name calibrachoa (pronounced kal-i-brak-o’a) comes from the Greek word Kalos, which means “beautiful”, and amaranth, which refers to …

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