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Orazio Cannistraci - Artist - Works
Orazio Cannistraci - Artist - Works

Orazio Cannistraci, the works Tri llati (trilatàtero) The beloved Sicily, the largest island in the Mediterranean, identifiable in the triangular shape, land of contrasts, myths, legends and traditions where various colors coexist with the fire of Etna, closing the eyes seems float among the volcanic magma that incessantly rises from the bowels of the earth through three supports on which the legend wants the island hillocks and the clear blue sky where the sun reigns supreme.

Pandanus: home care, reproduction, why it turns yellow, photo
Pandanus: home care, reproduction, why it turns yellow, photo

Houseplants Published: Last revisions: Pandanus, or pandanus (lat. Pandanus) is a genus of arboreal plants of the Pandanovaceae family, which includes about 750 species, which grow mostly in the tropical climate of the Eastern Hemisphere. About 90 species of the genus grow on the island of Madagascar; pandanuses are found in Hawaii, along the coast of Western India, in the east of North India, in the lowlands of Nepal, in West Africa, Vietnam and from Australia to Polynesia.

Golden Toothed Aloe
Golden Toothed Aloe

Prime destination for succulent loversRSSFacebookInstagramTwitterPinterestHomeSucculentopediaBrowse Succulents by Scientific NameBrowse Succulents by Common NameBrowse Succulents by GenusBrowse Succulents by FamilyBrowse Succulents by USDA Hardiness ZoneBrowse Succulents by OriginBrowse Cacti by GenusAbout SucculentsCultivationGeneral CareLight RequirementsPotting SoilWateringFertilizingPests and DiseasesRepottingPropagationPruningGraftingArrangingSucculent UsesMedicinal SucculentsCosmetic SucculentsCulinary SucculentsSacred SucculentsLibraryBooksStoriesMyths and LegendsStampsWorld of Flowering PlantsYou are at:Home » Archive for & 34;Golden Toothed Aloe& 34;Browsing: Golden Toothed AloeSucculentopediaAloe nobilis (Gold Tooth Aloe)Aloe x nobilis (Golden Toothed Aloe) is a rosette-forming succulent that suckers profusely, creating a large, up to 18 inches (45 cm) tall…

Zone 8 Nuts: Tips On Growing Nuts In Zone 8 Gardens
Zone 8 Nuts: Tips On Growing Nuts In Zone 8 Gardens

By: Teo SpenglerThe hardest part of growing nuts in zone 8 is selecting among the great zone 8 nut trees available in commerce. Not every nut tree thrives in zone 8, but you’ll find plenty of nuts for zone 8. Here is a rundown on zone 8 nuts with tips on how to grow nut trees in zone 8.Zone 8 Nut TreesThe U.

Subluxation of the second cervical vertebra in small dog breeds
Subluxation of the second cervical vertebra in small dog breeds

Among congenital anomalies of the spinal column, the most common in small dogs is the malformation of the first two cervical vertebrae. In dwarf breeds such as Pekingese, Japanese Chin, Toy Terrier, Chihuahua Hua, Yorkshire Terrier and some others, because of this, not only rotational, but also non-physiological angular displacement of the second cervical vertebra relative to the first, that is, subluxation, is possible.

Why Are Drainage Holes Important: Do Pots Need Drain Holes
Why Are Drainage Holes Important: Do Pots Need Drain Holes

By: Ilana Goldowitz Jimenez, Plant Scientist & WriterWhy are drainage holes important? No matter what type of plants you are growing, using containers with drainage holes is essential to their health. A lack of drainage is one of the most common culprits in cases of unhealthy and dying plants.Why Do Pots Need Drain Holes?

Blue Atlas Cedars: Caring For A Blue Atlas Cedar In The Garden
Blue Atlas Cedars: Caring For A Blue Atlas Cedar In The Garden

By: Teo SpenglerThe Atlas cedar (Cedrus atlantica) is a true cedar that takes its name from the Atlas Mountains of Northern Africa, its native range. Blue Atlas (Cedrus atlantica ‘Glauca’) is among the most popular cedar cultivars in this country, with its beautiful powdery blue needles. The weeping version, ‘Glauca Pendula,’ can be trained to grow like a vast umbrella of tree limbs.

Cucumbers in the Moscow Region vegetable garden: how to choose and grow in 2020
Cucumbers in the Moscow Region vegetable garden: how to choose and grow in 2020

Cucumbers are thermophilic vegetables, but by no means should they be considered a southern culture. On the contrary, it is in central Russia that various holidays and festivals dedicated to the cucumber are held. And the names of the old varieties - Muromsky, Vyaznikovsky, etc. - indicate that cucumber feels quite comfortable in the central regions.

Description and characteristics of the queen of autumn carrot variety
Description and characteristics of the queen of autumn carrot variety

The Queen of Autumn carrot justifies its name due to its leadership among late varieties of carrots, which are valued by gardeners for their high yield, good taste, appearance and long shelf life. Description of the variety and its characteristics The Queen of Autumn carrot variety belongs to the group of late-ripening crops.

Cortaderia
Cortaderia

Cortaderia is a herbaceous perennial with botanical similarities to the Bluegrass family. Under natural conditions, the plant is found in the steppes in the countries of South America and New Zealand. For this reason, the more traditional name for the cereal is pampas grass. The wild thickets of cortaderia are considered to be a weed that grows without any care.

Assassin Bugs: A Natural Predator In Your Garden
Assassin Bugs: A Natural Predator In Your Garden

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistAssassin bugs (Zelus renardii) are beneficial insects that should be encouraged in your garden. There are around 150 species of assassin bugs in North America, most of which perform a service to the gardener and farmer. The insects prey on insect eggs, leafhoppers, aphids, larvae, boll weevils and others.

Brugmansia Diseases: Fixing Common Issues With Brugmansia
Brugmansia Diseases: Fixing Common Issues With Brugmansia

The classic, trumpet-shaped flowers of brugmansia make it a favorite of gardeners everywhere, but brugmansia diseases can stop this plant’s display short. Because brugmansia is a close relative of tomatoes, issues with brugmansia are similar to those of its popular cousin. Treating sick brugmansia plants starts with the correct identification of the pathogen involved.