Size of a Jalapeno Plant

The increase of jalapeno (Capsicum annum) plants is influenced by the growing states. Under optimum circumstances, a jalapeno plant can grow an average of 3 feet tall and can spread equally broad. The magnitude of the jalapeno plant may vary depending on factors including area, environmental conditions, endometriosis, and structural assistance. Spacing Requirements Jalapeno plants Read more about Size of a Jalapeno Plant[…]

How to Plant Lemon Verbena

With its aromatic, edible leaves and airy white flowers, lemon verbena (Aloysia triphylla) adds value to the kitchen gardens and ornamental, low-water landscaping. It thrives within U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 8 to 10, where it rises as an herbaceous perennial in frost-free areas. Once established, lemon verbena demands small hands apart from Read more about How to Plant Lemon Verbena[…]

Tips for Watering With a Soaker Hose

Snaking around your precious vegetable and flower plants, a soaker hose can become your garden’s best friend. It can eliminate the time-consuming task of watering with a garden hose, mitigate evaporative water loss through an overhead sprinkler system and prevent potential diseases from attacking your plants. Siting a Soaker Hose Soaker hoses shine in flower Read more about Tips for Watering With a Soaker Hose[…]

Truth on Coconut Palm Trees

The coconut palm (Cocos nucifera) is among the most extensively used trees worldwide and strongly connected with tropical landscapes. This plant, hardy in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zone 10 and warmer areas, serves as an excellent specimen planting or backdrop tree and may, especially when it’s young, provide potential as a container specimen. Read more about Truth on Coconut Palm Trees[…]

Do Aristocrat Pear Trees Produce Edible Pears?

Meanwhile, the “Aristocrat” is a cultivar of this Callery pear tree (Pyrus calleryana), which grows in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 5 through 9. These trees are known more for their beautiful, showy leaf than they’re for their fruit. The tiny little across pears that these trees create are hard and nearly inedible, Read more about Do Aristocrat Pear Trees Produce Edible Pears?[…]