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A warm welcome to our new Editorial Board Member! Dr. Alessandra Cona, Department of Science, University of Roma Tre. More:
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Mande's Garden Dec 6
Did You Know? This palm makes a wonderful ornamental addition to any garden. It gets its name from the resemblance of its bright red fronds to the wax used to seal letters. Fun fact: The world’s largest palm can grow up to 197 feet tall!
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Kew Science Dec 2
Thanks to centuries of selection, have become much more useful and edible. How did tame the savage cabbage?
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Rachell [REDACTED] Dec 9
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Hawkesmill Nurseries Dec 7
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Karen McCartney Dec 8
Does anyone I know, know anything about and could tell me what this white stuff is please? 🤢
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Tiff 18h
“He is a plant that gets left in the shade, forgotten about and dies” “He’s a weed, he keeps coming back and nobody wants him” The advice gives me is the only advice I want from now on
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Plant Biochemistry 3h
Shade tolerance is the ability of to compete for survival under shade or less optimal conditions. Because of its outsized influence on plant survival and stand growth, it’s a pillar of silviculture. Shade tolerant plants grow broader, thinner leaves to catch more sunlight
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Rosa Chavez 5h
Did you know that you can use cuttings to grow new ? Propagate your own succulent by snipping off a leaf, let it dry in the sun, and plant it in dirt and water.
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Cell Wall 18h
The cell wall protects the cell from things around it. As well the cell wall help plants maintain their shape. As well when you don't water your plants they begin to droop because the cell is shrinking because of the lessened amounts of water.
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Mark Lane 24h
Euphorbia: dark green, lance-shaped leaves are topped with a froth of bright, acid yellow spring flowers. These perennial, early flowering euphorbias look great as part of a green and yellow planting scheme or with dark red or purple flowers
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Plants Dec 10
From A. rhizogenes RolD to Plant P5CS: Exploiting Proline to Control Plant Development
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John Gangmei Dec 6
😄 pleasant view of my office
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Epping Horticultural Dec 11
Stop fertilizing your house plants and try not to over water them during the next few months. Keeping them wet can lead to an infestation of pests such as fungus gnats. Fungus gnats are tiny greyish black non-biting mosquito like flies with long legs and have clear wings
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Plant Plan 1h
Research (2015 Human Spaces Report) shows that help boost by 15%! We installed these plants in a -based gaming company where creativity and ideas are essential to their company success.
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Hartley Botanic 1h
The best hardy woody plants for a cold climate ➡️
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HedgeXpress 21m
Our work well with native due to its rich coppery leaves. This helps to provide both interest and some wildlife cover - You can find out more about this amazing species here:
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saltysalmon Dec 10
🌿🌵🌴🌳🌱🌲 he loves plants
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+☀️=💛 3h
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+☀️=💛 Dec 10
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