Plants

Emerald Green Arborvitae Spacing

Emerald Green Arborvitae Spacing: How to Plant and How Far Apart

From their beautiful pyramid shape that can create a breathtaking look to being versatile, Emerald green arborvitae plants are loved by many. They are used for different purposes, i.e., as decorations, living fences, and windbreakers. How you plant the Arborvitae depends on how you are planning to use them. You need to ensure you plant …

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Lavender Plant Dying

Lavender is a flowering plant in the mint family. It is often used as an herb and has strong antiseptic properties. Lavender’s genus name, Latin name, and common name all come from the word “lavare” which means “to wash.” This refers to its pungent fragrance when crushed or rubbed. Why is my lavender plant dying? …

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Resurrection Plant Care (Rose of Jericho Ultimate Guide)

The resurrection plant or resurrection lily is a plant of the genus “Selaginella lepidophylla”. This plant originates from the desert area of the southwestern part of the United States and northern Mexico. The plants are very popular among succulent collectors for their unique abilities to store water in their leaves and stem so that they …

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Vascular plants- Types, Characteristics, and Structure

You are a plant lover, and you love growing plants having leaves, branches, stems, and flowers, then you will love to grow vascular plants in your yard. What is a Vascular plant? Background Vascular plants are tube plants, also known as Trachephytes. The scientific names of vascular plants are Tracheophyta and Tracheobionta. The vascular plants …

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