Gazania Pruning

Gazania (Gazania ringens) is a hardy, sun-loving, drought-tolerant plant grown for its vibrant daisy-like flowers in hues of intense yellows, oranges, reds and pinks, and bicolors, all with centres of contrasting colours. A compact plant, Gazania reaches heights of 6 to 8 inches at maturity. The plant’s tough temperament makes it a good choice for Read more about Gazania Pruning[…]

The way to Prune a Foxtail Bush

Occasionally called asparagus fern, foxtail bush (Asparagus densiflorus “Myersii”) is a small evergreen shrub grown for its fuzzy, cylindrical fronds and trailing or semi-erect growth addiction. It’s widely grown throughout U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 9 to 12, where it thrives equally well indoors or in gardens. Foxtail bushes require small hands-on care to Read more about The way to Prune a Foxtail Bush[…]

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[…]