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Add charm to your garden with beautiful barringtonia

It is typically 10 to 15 m (30 to 50 ft) tall and develops a short trunk with a low-branching structure, supporting a densely branched wide-spreading crown. The leaves are large, club-shaped, glossy green, leathery and spirally arranged at the ends of the branches. Barringtonia is a large salt-tolerant tree …

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Tips On Growing Calla Lilies

Although not considered true lilies, the calla lily (Zantedeschia sp.) is an extraordinary flower. This beautiful plant, available in a multitude of colors, grows from rhizomes and is ideal for use in beds and borders. You can also grow calla lilies in containers, either outdoors or in a sunny window …

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Modern backyard designs you will love

Ideas for small backyard patios are endless! Don’t be discouraged if your backyard is small and you think it can’t accommodate a hard surface. A patio can easily be built in a corner. Just think how nice it would be to escape to an outdoor oasis in your own backyard. …

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Growing and caring for amazing plant tradescantia

Tradescantia are not picky about their soil and will grow well in all soil. However, since they like to stay moist, consider mixing a moisture retainer such as vermiculite or peat moss into the soil. Tradescantia loves moisture. Never let your plant get too dry, especially in winter. To keep …

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The most charming types of oxalis to plant easily

Iron Cross Oxalis Oxalis tetraphylla Oxalis tetraphylla ‘Iron Cross’ offers leaves divided into four leaflets. Each center is decorated with a purple blotch that looks great against the pink flowers. It grows 10 inches tall and wide. Zones 8-9, though it also thrives as a houseplant. Molten Lava Oxalis Molton …

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How to grow and care amazing dahlias

Dahlias require a fertile, moist but well-drained soil, and a sunny, sheltered spot. The taller varieties need staking. In autumn, dig up the tubers and overwinter them in a frost-free place, such as a greenhouse or a shed. Bring them back into growth in early April, then plant out in …

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How to plant grow and care for Freesia

Plant freesia tubers straight into the ground in April or May after the risk of frost has almost passed. If planting the previous autumn (undercover) or growing them in pots for the greenhouse, plant 5 tubers in a pot around 11 cm (4 inches). Plant them with pointed ends about …

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Amazing garden fence and arbor desings for your backyard

You may take the opportunity to order something unique and handmade, which will become part of your home and be appreciated for many years to come. But it’s not just about investing in a great design with a gorgeous finish, these garden beauties must be practical, durable and offer reliable …

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Stylish and peaceful reading nook designs

If your home lacks a place that evokes that kind of emotion, don’t despair. It is easy to create a cozy reading corner in the bedroom, living room or even an unused corner in the attic. Sure, you can go the extravagant route, hire a contractor to build a built-in …

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