Question: I’ve went down the “repotting house plants” path before. It should be simple but whenever repotting a plant they never seem to do well afterwards.I’m not sure if I over-pot, over-water or over-fertilize. Maybe all three! How big of a pot should I use when repotting indoor plants? Caden, Chicago, IllAnswer: Caden, I’m not a big supporter of repotting house plants.
Lonicera Caprifolium luh-NIS-er-a, kap-rih-FOH-lee-um is a type of flowering plant perennial in the genus Lonicera from the family Caprifoliaceae (honeysuckle family).The genus includes a number of North American and European mountain species with a natural habitat of wastelands, forest margins, and broad-leaved forests.
Polemonium caeruleum po-le-MOH-ne-um, see-ROO-lee-um is a perennial flowering plant species from the family Polemoniaceae. Other plants in the family include annual Phlox and Cobaea scandens.Native to temperate regions of Europe and Asia where it is mainly seen growing in damp woodlands, grasslands, and meadows.
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Question: On a trip to Disney World we saw a landscape bed of “Golden Shrimp Plant.” Can the plant be grown indoors and will it flower? Or should it be used outside in sun on a patio or deck area?The display at Disney as a landscape plant was lovely… but everything looks great there! Alicia, Rome NYAnswer: Growing plants indoors does not need be confined merely to old stand-bys.
Heliconia is one of the most attractive plants to add to your landscape. Its ease in growing is another plus.Among the many cultivars of Heliconia, the Heliconia stricta is an outstanding choice to grow in a container.This clump-forming tropical plant resembles the bird-of-paradise. With its reedlike stems are long and pointed banana-like green leaves with purplish mid-ribs and underside.