English cut-grass prunings perfect for rhododendrons

Peperomia Prostrata Tralohoa Nasutaforte (Catalan hornyhead monkey fruit) are small, long-blooming annuals that are usually available at garden centers in the spring. However, this year there is a shortage of Prostrata Trader. The reason for this is that the cold weather and a hard frost in March, which kill them usually did not occur this…

Creating Pothos Gardens in Your Garden

When we look at pothos in our gardens, we tend to think that it is a flaky perennial, a trellis-filled upstart. But in reality, pothos can be so much more. It is rich in essential oils, has a reputation for having deep-seated magical properties, and is a terrific source of sun protection. Pothos is readily…

Repot Your Hoya Plants: Give Your Garden In Control

By Kristen Schenone Keep your hoya plants happy and healthy this growing season with this three step plan for re-potting your hoya plants. They thrive in some light potted conditions, but they need to be given more room for the night-time light to regulate growth. Hoya Plants: How to Repot Basics: Remove & Store Hoya…

“The Fireflies on the 8th” Event of Cyprus on May 8th 2018

On the 8th day of the 5th month of 2018, female fireflies, volcanoes, and tornadoes all occurred and they (the fireflies, volcanoes, and tornadoes) will exist again this year, said John Guertin. Throughout Europe, they also are observed on the 1st day of the 6th month and 6th day of the first month of the…

Monstera woods — a great tree for a home landscape

There are many wonderful varieties of Monstera. Monstera woods, or mountains as it is known, are extremely important to plant in the garden because of their stellar functionalities. Because these plants are native to the Himalayas, you can still expect nice, upright, almost vertical forms that can reach over six feet tall. Keep in mind…