How can Mandeville survive the winter safely? Mandeville is a warm-like plant. Its cold tolerance is not strong so it's important for Mandevilla Winter Care.
Nov 24 2021By Ivy
Rhaphidophora tetrasperma (Mini Monstera) is an exotic vine. Rhaphidophora tetrasperma was introduced in 1893 and belongs to tropical areas of southern Thailand and Malaysia.
Jan 16 2023By Iris
Rhaphidophora tetrasperma is also known as the mini turtle back bamboo. Rhaphidophora tetrasperma is a fast-growing plant with an attractive split leaf, trailin
Thai Basil Plants are a very resilient and easy-going variety of basil. In fact, many gardeners find it much easier to grow Thai basil plants than other varieties of herbs.
Dec 28 2022By Iris
Thai basil (Ocimum basilicum Horapha) has a slight anise flavor and aroma. This warm spice makes Thai basil a perfect addition to your kitchen garden. As the na
Iresine herbstii (Bloodleaf) is a evergreen perennial of the family Amaranthaceae native to Brazil. Iresine herbstii have red-purple leaf color and with red-purple veins vermeil.
Nov 12 2021By Iris
Iresine Herbstii (Bloodleaf Plant) is winter hardy in USDA Region 10-12. Iresine herbstii usually grows in moist, well-drained soil filled with sunlight.
Dec 06 2021By Iris
Lupine (Lupinus) grows naturally in the wild, adding a vibrant touch of color each spring. You can also grow Lupine (Lupinus) indoors. Following are details on how to grow and care for Lupine (Lupinus).
Sep 16 2021By Iris
Lupine (Lupinus) are as simple as planting seeds or seedlings in a sunny area with well-drained soil. Lupine (Lupinus) like to grow in rich, slightly acidic soil
Aug 27 2021By Iris
Loofah (Luffa sponge) is not a typical garden vegetable, growing slowly and ripening until fall. Loofah likes plenty of sun, hot summer temperatures, plenty of water and well-drained soil.
Oct 22 2021By Iris