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Clove Tree Sumatra Info: Recognizing Sumatra Disease Of Cloves

By Liz Baessler

Sumatra disease is a serious problem that affects clove trees, particularly in Indonesia. It causes leaf and twig dieback and will, eventually, kill the tree. Learn more about clove tree sumatra disease symptoms and how to manage and treat cloves with sumatra disease here.

Common Clove Tree Issues – Managing Problems With Clove Trees

By Teo Spengler

Did you ever poke cloves into a baked ham for the holidays and wonder where they come from? They are unopened flower buds that grow on a clove tree. Before you plant a clove tree, you should learn a little about clove tree problems. This article will help with that.

Can You Grow Cloves In Containers – How To Grow A Clove Tree In A Pot

By Liz Baessler

It's tempting to want a clove tree of your very own, but their extreme sensitivity to cold makes them impossible for most gardeners to grow outdoors. Can you grow cloves in containers? Learn more about caring for container grown clove trees in this article.

Clove Tree Pests: Controlling Pests On A Clove Tree

By Teo Spengler

Clove trees (Syzygium aromaticum) are evergreens grown for their aromatic flowers. The clove itself is the unopened flower bud. A number of clove tree pests attack the plant. For more information about pests of clove trees, click this article.

Clove Tree Propagation Tips – Methods For Propagating Clove Trees

By Darcy Larum, Landscape Designer

While the spice is technically the plant's seed, you cannot buy a jar of cloves at the grocery store and plant them to grow a clove tree of your own. If you would like to know how to propagate a clove tree, click here for clove propagation methods and tips.

Common Clove Tree Diseases: Learn How To Treat A Sick Clove Tree

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Although they are generally hardy and easy to grow, clove trees are susceptible to several clove tree diseases. Click on the article that follows for more information about diseases of clove trees and tips on how to treat a sick clove tree.

Clove Harvest Guide: Learn How To Harvest Cloves For Kitchen Use

By Amy Grant

The cloves you use to flavor your dishes are the result of at least 6 years of growth on the part of the tree. Six years is the minimum time it takes the tree to flower. If you?re interested in learning more about the harvesting of cloves, this article will help.

Common Uses For Cloves – How To Use Cloves From Your Garden

By Mary Ellen Ellis

If you?re lucky enough to have a clove tree in your yard, you can harvest and use your own cooking and medicinal spice. Clove tree uses range from basic landscaping to actually harvesting and cooking with your cloves. Here are some ideas for what to do with your backyard cloves.

What Are Clove Tree Uses: Clove Tree Information And Growing Tips

By Teo Spengler

Clove trees produce the cloves you use to spice up your cooking. Can you grow a clove tree? According to clove tree information, it's not hard to grow these trees if you can provide ideal growing conditions. Learn what those are in this article.

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