What Is Citrus Psorosis – How To Prevent Citrus Psorosis Disease
Although there are several strains of citrus psorosis, the disease will affect productivity and kill the tree sooner or later. The good news is that the disease has diminished considerably over the past few decades. Learn more about this diseases by clicking here.
Tiger Baby Watermelons – Growing Tiger Baby Melons In The Garden
By Teo Spengler
All cold, ripe watermelons have fans on hot afternoons, but some types of melons are particularly delicious. Many put Tiger Baby watermelons in that category, with their super-sweet, bright red meat. If you are interested in growing Tiger Baby melons, click here.
DIY Henna Instructions: Learn How To Make Dye From Henna Leaves
By Amy Grant
Henna is a natural dye that many people are turning to once again as a source of chemical free color. Is it possible to make your own homemade henna? If so, how do you make dye from henna trees? Click here to find out how to make a DIY dye from henna.
Emory Cactus Care – How To Grow An Emory’s Barrel Cactus
By Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY
Ferocactus emoryi are robust cacti perfect for drought-prone gardens and dry landscapes. Commonly referred to as Emory’s barrel cactus, these cylindrical spiny plants are an interesting choice for containers and addition to desert rock gardens. Learn more here.
Small Fry Plant Care: Tips For Growing Small Fry Tomatoes
Growing Small Fry tomato plants is easy: just begin by planting seeds indoors or purchase small plants ready for planting outdoors. To learn all you need to know about growing Small Fry tomatoes, click on this article for additional information.
Upcycled Fountain Ideas: Tips For DIY Water Features
By Mary Ellen Ellis
Upcycling is all the rage for furniture and indoor accessories, but why not for outdoors? A water feature is a great way to add more interest to your garden space, as well as the delightful sound of flowing, tinkling water. Learn how to make upcycled water features here.
What Is Mealycup Sage: Blue Salvia Info And Growing Conditions
By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist
Mealycup sage has stunning purple-blue flowers that attract pollinators and brighten the landscape. The name may not sound terribly pretty, but the plant also goes by the name blue salvia. Click here for some comprehensive blue salvia information.
Sunscald On Citrus Trees: How To Deal With Sunburnt Citrus Plants
By Liz Baessler
Just like humans, trees can get sunburnt. But unlike humans, trees can take a very long time to recover. Sometimes they never completely do. Citrus trees can be very vulnerable to sunscald and sunburn. Learn how to prevent sunscald on citrus trees here.
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