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Pan - Greek mythology - The myth of Pan - www.elcriso.it

Pan - Greek mythology - The myth of Pan - www.elcriso.it

MYTH OF PAN Detail of the photo below There are numerous legends that are told around the figure of the god Pan. Some claim that he was the son of Zeuse of Callisto, others of Ermese of the nymph Driope (or Penelope) who, immediately after giving him birth, abandoned him so much she was horrified by his ugliness.

Hairy Galinsoga Control: Tips For Controlling Shaggy Soldier Weeds

Hairy Galinsoga Control: Tips For Controlling Shaggy Soldier Weeds

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistShaggy soldier weed plants are a serious weed pest in many areas of North America. The plants are also known as Galinsoga weeds and are a competitive plant that can reduce yield by up to half in row crops. The weed poses most problems to organic gardeners, as mechanical efforts do not provide successful hairy Galinsoga control.

Plants - How they are made and how they live

Plants - How they are made and how they live

PLANTS: HOW THEY LIVE AND HOW THEY ARE MADE Plants, humans and animals in general, like any other living organism, need energy to carry out any direct or indirect action. But not any source of energy: only the chemical energy contained in food, within their chemical bonds.

Adaptive Gardening Tools: Tools That Make Gardening With Limitations Easy

Adaptive Gardening Tools: Tools That Make Gardening With Limitations Easy

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistGardening is a healthy and fun hobby for any person, including those with physical disabilities. Gardeners with limitations can still enjoy planting and growing their own crops and brighten their home interior with interesting selections. Those with mobility problems can use adaptive garden tools to help them successfully tend their landscape.

Anthracnose Symptoms In Beans – Managing Bean Plant Anthracnose In Gardens

Anthracnose Symptoms In Beans – Managing Bean Plant Anthracnose In Gardens

Growing beans can be a simple garden exercise for children who are just starting their first gardens or adult gardeners looking to branch out from nursery raised plants. They’re generally hardy, but have a few diseases that can wipe them out rapidly. Anthracnose is one, but this article will help you better understand how to control anthracnose on beans.

Growing Basket-Of-Gold Alyssum: Information And Care For Basket-Of-Gold Plants

Growing Basket-Of-Gold Alyssum: Information And Care For Basket-Of-Gold Plants

By: Jackie CarrollBasket-of-gold plants (Aurinia saxtilis) feature bright gold flowers that seem to reflect the sun’s golden rays. Although the individual flowers are small, they bloom in large clusters that intensify the effect. The plants grow a foot (30 cm.) high and as much as 2 feet (60 cm.) wide, and they make fantastic ground covers for sunny areas.

Mason Jar Soil Test – Tips For Taking A Soil Texture Jar Test

Mason Jar Soil Test – Tips For Taking A Soil Texture Jar Test

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterMany gardeners don’t know much about the texture of their garden soil, which may be clay, silt, sand or a combination. However, a little basic info about the texture of your garden soil can help you determine how the soil absorbs water and if it needs some help by way of compost, mulch, manure or other soil amendments.

Information About Ladybells

Information About Ladybells

Get Started Adenophora Plant Info – Tips On How To Care For Adenophora In The GardenBy Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterAlso known as false campanula, ladybells sport tall spikes of attractive, bell-shaped flowers. Adenophora ladybells are attractive, elegant, easy-to-grow plants often grown in borders.

Can You Hard Prune Red Tips: Learn About Rejuvenating A Red Tip Photinia

Can You Hard Prune Red Tips: Learn About Rejuvenating A Red Tip Photinia

By: Jackie CarrollRed tip photinias (Photinia x fraseri, USDA zones 6 through 9) are a staple in Southern gardens where they are grown as hedges or pruned into small trees. The fresh new growth on these attractive evergreen shrubs is bright red, fading to green as it matures. In late spring and early summer, the shrub bears 6-inch (15 cm.

Canada Lily Wildflowers – How To Grow Canada Lilies In Gardens

Canada Lily Wildflowers – How To Grow Canada Lilies In Gardens

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterAlso known as wild yellow lily or meadow lily, Canada lily (Lilium canadense) is a stunning wildflower that produces lance-shaped leaves and enchanting yellow, orange, or red, trumpet-shaped flowers in midsummer. Wondering how to grow Canada lilies in your garden?

Bolivia, a travel story

Bolivia, a travel story

BOLIVIA Tibet of the Americas La Paz (province of Pedro Domingo Murillo, department of La Paz) Bolivia, state of South America, located in the center of the subcontinent, landlocked, under the new constitution dated 25 January 2009 the capital is Sucre, while it was previously recognized as the administrative capital of La Paz, now the seat of government.

What Is Loam Soil: What Is The Difference Between Loam And Topsoil

What Is Loam Soil: What Is The Difference Between Loam And Topsoil

By: Darcy Larum, Landscape DesignerIt can be confusing when reading about a plant’s soil requirements. Terms like sandy, silt, clay, loam and topsoil seem to complicate the stuff we’re used to just calling “dirt.” However, understanding your soil type is important to selecting the proper plants for an area.

Eliminate Mushrooms In Your Lawn

Eliminate Mushrooms In Your Lawn

By: Heather RhoadesLawn mushrooms are a common landscaping problem. For many people who pride themselves on having nice looking grass, discovering mushrooms in lawn can be frustrating. But the problem of mushrooms growing in the lawn can be easily fixed if you know how.What Causes Mushrooms to Grow on a Lawn?

Light Requirements For Hibiscus – How Much Light Does A Hibiscus Need

Light Requirements For Hibiscus – How Much Light Does A Hibiscus Need

By: Liz BaesslerGrowing hibiscus plants is a great way to bring the tropics into your garden or home. But planting tropical plants in non-tropical climates can be tricky when it comes to light, water and temperature requirements. The amount of sunlight you get in your garden may not be what your new tropical plant is used to getting.

Scab On Vegetables – How To Treat Scab Disease In The Vegetable Garden

Scab On Vegetables – How To Treat Scab Disease In The Vegetable Garden

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistScab can affect a wide variety of fruits, tubers, and vegetables. Scab on vegetables and fruits causes malformed and damaged crops. The crop may become infected by bacteria or other organisms. Learn how to treat scab disease to prevent further scarring and damage.

Alluaudia ascendens

Alluaudia ascendens

Prime destination for succulent loversRSSFacebookInstagramTwitterPinterestHomeSucculentopediaBrowse Succulents by Scientific NameBrowse Succulents by Common NameBrowse Succulents by GenusBrowse Succulents by FamilyBrowse Succulents by USDA Hardiness ZoneBrowse Succulents by OriginBrowse Cacti by GenusAbout SucculentsCultivationGeneral CareLight RequirementsPotting SoilWateringFertilizingPests and DiseasesRepottingPropagationPruningGraftingArrangingSucculent UsesMedicinal SucculentsCosmetic SucculentsCulinary SucculentsSacred SucculentsLibraryBooksStoriesMyths and LegendsStampsWorld of Flowering PlantsYou are at:Home » Archive for & 34;Alluaudia ascendens& 34;Browsing: Alluaudia ascendensSucculentopediaAlluaudia ascendens (Fantsiolotse)Alluaudia ascendens is a spiny succulent tree with leaves growing directly out from the trunk.

Grafting

Grafting

Grafting means inserting a bud or branch of the same or similar variety on a wild plant, which produces flowers or fruitless fruits, which, feeding on the sap of the wild, develops branches and leaves and over time produces flowers and fruits worthy of merit. There are many species of plants, especially woody ones, which cannot be multiplied by cuttings or by layering because it is very difficult for them to emit roots or take too long to develop or for other reasons and therefore it is not convenient to apply the aforementioned means. propagation, so grafting will have to be used.

Costus

Costus

Such a plant as costus was known to the ancient Greeks, but today, unfortunately, it has been unfairly forgotten. It is extremely rare to notice it in the house of a florist; you do not often find this plant on the counter of a flower pavilion. This is extremely unfair: the plant is quite interesting, by the way, not only during the period when it blooms.

Peace Lily Repotting – Tips On Repotting A Peace Lily Plant

Peace Lily Repotting – Tips On Repotting A Peace Lily Plant

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterPeace lily (Spathipnyllum) is happy when its roots are a little on the crowded side, but your plant will give you clear signals when it needs a little more space. Keep reading and we’ll give you the scoop on peace lily repotting.Does My Peace Lily Need a New Pot?

Matucana aurantiaca subsp. fruticosa

Matucana aurantiaca subsp. fruticosa

Scientific NameMatucana aurantiaca subsp. fruticosa (F.Ritter) MottramSynonymsMatucana fruticosa (basionym), Borzicactus fruticosusScientific ClassificationFamily: CactaceaeSubfamily: CactoideaeTribe: TrichocereeaeGenus: MatucanaDescriptionMatucana aurantiaca subsp. fruticosa is a cactus with stems up to 20 inches (50 cm) tall and up to 2.