Posts by Karli Edmondson-Matthews:
Picolino Cucumber plants produce small cucumber fruits which are great for snacking on. They have a mild and refreshing flavor, which makes them suitable for a variety of uses. The plants are easy to care for and can be grown in a wide range of climates during spring, summer, and fall.
Flowers are enjoyed by many people as a colorful, scented, beautiful addition to the landscape, home garden, or in the case of cut flowers, in a vase. However the intricate parts of a flower are not for the visual enjoyment of humans, but instead to ensure the survival of the species, because flowers are actually what a plant uses as a means of reproduction. Here we explore the different parts of a flower and explain what each part is for, and how it works in conjunction with the other reproductive parts of a flower.
There are more than 100 different species of maple tree, and these range from small trees through to enormous specimens. Maple trees are deciduous, and yet they still add interest to the landscape for much of the year.
The number of pumpkins that can grow on a single pumpkin plant will vary depending on several factors, including the pumpkin variety, growing conditions, and how well the plant is cared for. Some smaller pumpkin varieties may produce as many as 10 to 12 pumpkins per plant, while larger varieties may produce 1 to 3 pumpkins.
The frequency with which a fern needs to be watered will vary between species, and also be heavily impacted by the conditions the plant is growing in, and the local climate. As a general rule, ferns will need around 2 inches of rainfall each week to remain healthy, which equates to a generous watering once a week in a moderate climate.
There are some steps you can take to help improve a plant’s chances of survival in frequent or heavy rain, but it’s also useful to intentionally fill your garden with plants that can tolerate wet feet. This article will delve into the best plants for heavy rainfall and soggy conditions.
Ferns are perennial plants that can be evergreen or deciduous, depending on the variety you have. If you need to transplant a potted fern to a larger container, or move a fern from one site on your property to another, then it’s important to understand how to successfully transplant ferns, and when is the best time to transplant ferns. Trying to dig up and move a fern at the wrong time can result in significant damage to the plant, and even cause it to die. Here we reveal the key tips you need to know for transplanting any type of fern.