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Designing With Patterned Foliage: Using Plants With Variegated Leaves

Designing With Patterned Foliage: Using Plants With Variegated Leaves

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterPlants with patterned foliage can be a lot of fun and can add a whole new dimension of color and texture to your garden. However, if you aren’t careful, too much variegated foliage can be busy and jarring to the eyes. If you’re a fan of variegated foliage, never fear.

Winter work in the garden: putting things in order in the snow-covered area

Winter work in the garden: putting things in order in the snow-covered area

With the onset of winter, when the harvest has long been harvested, and the plants need more care, gardeners can fully enjoy relaxing within the walls of a cozy home or devote time to activities for which there was never enough time in warm weather. But since winter in recent years has been characterized by its instability, and severe frosts come to replace an unexpected thaw, experienced gardeners are always ready to take the time to carry out winter work in the garden and protect green spaces.

Tagghjate: Application for adoption of the tagghjate project

Tagghjate: Application for adoption of the tagghjate project

LET'S TALK ABOUT THE OLD GEOLOGICAL SITES TO PRESERVE THEIR MEMORY Application for adoption of the tagghjate project To the President of the Council of Ministers of the Italian Republic Hon Matteo Renzi president @ pec.governo.itmatteo @ government.it Dear Mr President, first of all I apologize for the forwarding of this to a non-institutional e-mail; even if I have a certified government mailbox, I was not able to find your corresponding address (*), but it does not matter, while I believe it does, and I wish it with all my heart, that I can still participate in what I am about to express.

Plant identification

Plant identification

THE AGRONOMAN ANSWERS ON HOW TO GROW AND CARE PLANTS IDENTIFICATION OF PLANTS Page 1 - 2 QUESTION OF SILVIA Saturday 23 January, I was given a composition of indoor plants, I need urgent advice, first of all what plants are, I have recognized only a bromeliad and a fittonia, the plant that seems to belong to the nocifera family has no & 34; coconut & 34; so I don't know what kind of plant it may be and the others I don't know what they are, and therefore I don't know what are the best conditions with which to preserve them, and then I wanted to know is the case to separate them immediately, or I leave them together, I'm worried because fittonia is just below all the others, and it seems to me that it does not receive light.

Reproduction, planting and caring for daffodils

Reproduction, planting and caring for daffodils

Read the previous part. ← Growing daffodils in the gardenDo you want to grow a daffodil? Reproduction of daffodils Narcissus JonquilliaThe bulb of daffodil (and hyacinth) is perennial, unlike the tulip, in which it is renewed annually. The storage scales of a daffodil (there are from 9 to 17) live up to 4 years, increasing in size along with the bulb.

Maidenhair (Venus hair)

Maidenhair (Venus hair)

The Adiantum plant, which is also called adiant, belongs to the genus of ferns of the monotypic Pteris family. This genus unites about 200 species. The name of such a plant consists of the prefix "a", which translates as "no-, no-", and the second part of the name from Greek translates as "moisten", or "moisten".