The Home Of Indoor Plant Care Info.

May 13, 2012 by Mario  
Filed under Flower Gardening

We Provide Indoor Plant Care Information For The Homeowner, Garden Center Personnel, And Plantscape Technicians.
The Home Of Indoor Plant Care Info.

Herbal Plant Ritual

March 25, 2012 by Mario  
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Herbal Plant Ritual Shows You How To Grow Herbs At Home Or In A Room!
Herbal Plant Ritual

Tobacco Road ph tape and mixing house plant food

April 25, 2011 by Mario  
Filed under Flower Gardening


To start explaining what I know about mixing plant food I mix up a pretty good batch of ph balance Miricle Grow

Usefule Plant: Stinging Nettles

April 23, 2011 by Mario  
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Yeah, I know another video about stinging nettles but this one hopefully has one added bit of information not covered often. Nettles, both stinging and wood, make good rennet for cheese making. Nettle can also be used as a “tea” form of fertilizer. Chop up some nettle into a bucket a pour rain water over it. Let set for a couple days and use to replace nitrogen, calcium, potassium, iron, sulphur, and copper. The medical use that nettles is best known for is for arthritis. But a tonic for prostrate problems is made with equal parts nettle, plantain, and mint leaves and boiled in a small amount of water.

Buy – Plant Blue Rug Juniper Shrub

April 11, 2011 by Mario  
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Plant Blue Rug Juniper Shrub as a ground cover today. The blue rug juniper is highly used by landscapers for the spread by one plant. Buy your blue rug juniper today form the nursery of tyty. www.tytyga.com

How To Plant Herbs

April 4, 2011 by Mario  
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Sign up for a newsletter and get a free herb. www.mcshanesnursery.com Steve McShane here, McShane’s Nursery and Landscape Supply. Think of the best Salsa you’ve ever had, it was the fresh cilantro, wasn’t it? Herbs go a long way in the garden and we’re going to learn a little bit about how to succeed with herbs in your landscape and backyard. The first thing I would say is you need to plan for your herb garden, most people are growing herbs today in containers. They’re putting a little gravel in the bottom, they’re adding a high grade potting soil, maybe a little bit of mycorrhizae and some starter fertilizer to get them going. I always tell people to select things that are going to be a little exotic. Edible plants as well, why not mix in with your herbs things like nasturtium. The flowers of nasturtium are a little peppery and they do a lot for your salads. Calendula is also edible. These blooms, the plant what a great addition to your salads and entrĂ©s. The other thing I say to folks is make sure you consider sun. Sunlight: 6 to 8 hours a day. If you’ve got the right plan, you’ve got the right herbs, you’re feeding regularly and they’re plenty of sunshine, it’s easy to succeed. Before you know it, you’ll have salsa and dishes coming out of your kitchen with home grown herbs. McShane’s Nursery and Landscape Supply Copyright 2010 Landon Wolf Copyright 2010

Plant Canna Lilies in Your Garden To Attract Hummingbirds, Cannas

March 26, 2011 by Mario  
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Beautiful Hummingbirds love the nectar of the Canna Lily Flower -If you want to attract amazing hummingbirds to your garden, plant canna lily rhizomes. They love the nectar in the large red flowers and stay all Summer long! clydelady2-capturinglifesbeauty.blogspot.com www.photosbynancyann.com created at animoto.com

Thompson & Morgan – how to plant begonia tubers.

March 24, 2011 by Mario  
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Click here to buy begonia tubers: tinyurl.com From February, start begonia tubers off in well-drained, moist compost in a warm, frost-free position in bright light. When planting begonia tubers, position them just below the compost surface with the indented side facing upwards. When begonia plants are well grown and all risk of frost has passed, gradually acclimatise them to outdoor conditions over a period of 7 to 10 days, before planting them in their final positions.

Plant Gift Baskets : Supplies for Plant Gift Baskets

March 18, 2011 by Mario  
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Plant gift baskets require a few supplies, including the basket, soil and of course, plants. Learn about other supplies that you may need for plant gift baskets withtips from a florist in this free gift basket video. Expert: Susan Paxton Bio: Susan Paxton is the owner and operator of the Hurricane Flower Market in Hurricane, Utah. She has spent many years doing various crafts and flower arranging. Filmmaker: Mike Phillips

Time Lapse – Tomato Plant HD

March 17, 2011 by Mario  
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High Definition time lapse of three tomato plants sprouting and growing. The days listed in the bottom left corner of the screen are days since planting. The text in the bottom right indicates when the plants were watered. The pennies stuck in the pot are merely to show scale. Details: Seeds: Burpee Super Beefsteak Tomato Soil: Scotts Premium Potting Soil Lighting: 4 x 40W (160W) Sylvania cool white fluorescent bulbs (shop lights) Camera: Canon Rebel XT (full manual mode) 400 ISO, f/25, 1/40 Interval: 10 minutes Photo Count: 2158

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