Monthly Archives: January 2018

Shrubs for Slopes

Slopes come in all types that are various. City lawns are usually elevated, having a steep slope leading to the road below; and meters in a urban environment can contain all types of of valleys, hills and gullies. You are probably well-aware of the problem it offers, for those who have a slope or embankment …

Climbing Vines Without Flowers

Various climbing vines could be developed in the warm-climate of California. A few non-flowering vines are also accessible, although most are flowering types. Nonflowering vines offer a more refined landscape accent than vines with showy blossoms, and many varieties grow well in many circumstances and climates. Landscape Uses Climbing vines that are nonflowering have a …

Croton Propagation Techniques

Valued for the splashy leaves in shades of red, green, yellow, purple and orange, croton, (Codiaeum variegatum) provides colour to the surroundings. Although croton is developed as an indoor plant in many climates, it thrives outside in the frost free climates of Sunset Zones 2-4 to 27 and H 2. Stem cuttings or air-layering propagate …

Chocolate Anthurium Plants

Chocolate Anthurium plants lend house or your patio a tropical feel with all the unforeseen twist of abundant foliage that is brown. Flamingo flower team, or the Anthurium andraeanum family, is recognized for extended vase life and its lush development, loved house plants, as garden plants or as flowers and foliage. To develop Chocolate Anthurium …