Wondering how to use neem oil as a natural fungicide on plants? Find out below. Neem oil is a vegetable oil that, in addition to its many benefits, protects plants from insects, mites, or fungal infestations. It is completely safe to use, and won’t harm people or animals or endanger wildlife in any other way….
The use of the Rain Barrel in the garden continues to grow in popularity. What Is A Rain Barrel? It’s simply a container, often 50 -80 gallons in size, used to harvest and store captured rainwater draining from roof runoff.
The bright and magnificent Gerbera Daisy brings cheer as both annual and perennial. They are popular plants because they are attractive and come in a wide variety of colors, including white, yellow, orange, red and salmon. Happily, Gerbera Daisy care is generally considered easy, though there are a few important points. Although Gerbera Daisy requires…
These small, succulent plants native to most parts of the Northern Hemisphere, are popular as both landscape and container plants. In this article, we will share growing, care and use information on the Burro’s Tail. Read on to learn more.
Monarch butterflies are superb pollinators, and if they are fed plants they enjoy, they will pollinate your entire garden. Butterflies require two kinds of plants to survive: host plants and food plants. Plant a monarch butterfly garden because their populations have been progressively dropping in recent decades, mostly due to habitat loss and pesticide usage….
Insects are all at once the friend and the foe of the gardener. Beneficial bugs help with pollination and can help to keep the population of other insect species under control.
Plant diseases can ruin your day! If you have several ornamental or edible plants in your garden, it’s a good idea to have a strategy to identify plant diseases and take immediate action to stop the spread of the disease in infected plants. Why Does the Garden Get Infected by Pests and Microbes? Plants are…
Our fuchsias of today still carry the original grace but the beautiful blooms are much larger and in showy colors.
Hibiscus ornamentals include varieties that bloom profusely for months, with eye-catching blooms in a variety of colours up to 30 cm wide. Of the flowering plant genus in the mallow family, there are around 400 different varieties of hibiscus including hardy perennials, herbs, vines, annuals, shrubs, or tropical plants. They are grown for a variety…
The Marigold, a cheerful and easy plant to grow, and the first choice among those who want a bright and splendid natural display for their homes! This annual plant flowers with radiant sprays of multi-colored brass, copper and gold flowers all throughout the summer season.
Brown tips on houseplants indicate that the plants are stressed and require attention. Brown tips are due to a variety of circumstances. Most of the time, this is due to a lack of humidity, inappropriate watering, exposure to hot or cold draughts, sunburn, or a chemical buildup in the soil. However, nutritional deficiencies, insect infestations,…
Here’s the deal on Beneficial Insects (aka good garden bugs). You may think all insects are pests or bugs, but that simply is not the case. There are many beneficial insects (good bugs) that would be all too happy to help you chase true bugs out of your yard and garden if you’d just give them a chance.
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