Content tagged "houseplants"

How do Norfolk Island pine trees reproduce?

Gardens & Landscapes Updated: October 03, 2011

Norfolk Island pine (Araucaria heterophylla) is not a pine at all, but a member of a small separate plant family, the Araucariaceae. It is hardy in Zones 9b...

Indoor Plants: Selection

Gardens & Landscapes Updated: December 22, 2010

Indoor Plants | Selection | Care and Management | Problems Links to external web pages are followed by the source's name in parentheses. Selecting and...

What is the white crusty stuff that appears on the soil and pots of houseplants?

Gardens & Landscapes Updated: June 30, 2010

Indoor Plants: Care and Management

Gardens & Landscapes Updated: May 20, 2008

Indoor Plants | Selection | Care and Management | Problems Links to external web pages are followed by the source's name in parentheses. To achieve great...

I have an Amaryllis that has not bloomed the past two years. Can you give me any hints to get it to bloom again?

Gardens & Landscapes Updated: May 15, 2008

Indoor Plants

Gardens & Landscapes Updated: March 26, 2008

Indoor Plants | Selection | Care and Management | Problems Growing plants indoors adds beauty to homes and buildings by softening harsh architectural...

My large Christmas cactus isn't doing well. Healthy branches turn yellow and eventually brown and die. Meanwhile, my smaller, younger Christmas cacti look fine. What can I do?

Gardens & Landscapes Updated: December 19, 2007

Each year my Ponderosa lemon tree produces scads of flowers and fruit that eventually fall off. What can I can do to produce a bumper crop of lemons?

Gardens & Landscapes Updated: December 19, 2007

I have a 30-year-old schefflera that has "scales." The local nursery recommended summer-dormant spray as a treatment. The plant was thoroughly washed and then sprayed. Initially, it looked great, but now insects are back. How can I get rid of them?

Gardens & Landscapes Updated: December 17, 2007

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