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Taking care of gardenia plants may require a lot of effort so it often helps to arm yourself with enough information for growing these finicky plants. The following articles can do just that. With everything from growing gardenias and their care to fixing common problems affecting them, you'll find it here.
Gardenia’s beautiful, fragrant, white flowers last for several weeks. Eventually, though, they will wilt and turn brown, leaving you wondering “should I deadhead gardenias?” Learn why and how to deadhead a gardenia bush in this article.
The best companion plants for gardenias are those that share the same growing conditions without detracting from showy gardenia plants that deserve to take center stage in the garden. This article provides some suggestions on what to plant near gardenias.
Gardenias are fairly hardy plants suitable for USDA zones 8 to 10. They can handle light freezes, but foliage will get damage with sustained cold in exposed locations. The extent of cold injury of gardenias is never certain until spring. Click here to learn more.
Gardenias are finicky shrubs that don’t perform well unless you meet all of their needs. This article discusses problems that cause brown spots on gardenia buds and flowers, and how to correct them. Learn more here.
Gardeners love their gardenias! Unfortunately, even the most pampered plant may develop one of the common gardenia diseases. Read this article to learn more about these common problems.
You may wonder if you can grow gardenia plants inside. The answer is yes; however, there are a few things to learn before you run out and purchase a plant. Read this article to find out what those are.
The aroma of romance and soft summer nights. The scent of springtime in the South. The gardenia. Varieties abound and you can learn more about the different types of gardenia in this article.
Gardenias sustain substantial damage when exposed to temperatures below 15 degrees F. Because of this, it is important to know how to winterize them to continue enjoying them year round. Click here for more.
Propagating and pruning gardenias goes hand in hand. If you plan on pruning your gardenia, there is no reason why you should not be starting gardenias from the cuttings. Learn more in this article.
Gardenias are beautiful flowers that withstand many soil and temperature differences. However, they are susceptible to a few gardenia insects and related diseases. Click here to take a look at the most common.
Often gardeners have issues with gardenia buds falling off plant or when gardenia buds won't bloom. Look at some of the issues that can cause this by reading the article that follows.
Growing gardenias is hard enough, so it is no wonder that many gardeners shudder at the thought of transplanting gardenia plants. Proper care is crucial to the success of transplanting. Click here for more.