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Plant Bulbs In January: Get A Head Start On Cut Flower Production

Plant bulbs in January to get a head start on growing gorgeous flowers for cut flower production. Inside of a heated greenhouse, triteleria, anemone, iris and crocosmia should be planted for early spring bloom. The secret to local success as a cut flower grower is to beat out your competition by having gorgeous cut flower …

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How To Grow And Care For The Albuca Species

I fell in love with the corkscrew leaves of the Albuca species and knew I had to add this to my plant collection. Of course, living in Indiana it can be a bit difficult to obtain fresh seed from other countries, so I joined several plant societies including the Pacific Bulb Society in hopes of …

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Amorphophallus Titanium: Life Cycle And Facts About The Corpse Flower

The Amorphophallus titanium, which has bloomed at both Fairchild Tropical Gardens and the University of Wisconsin-Madison in addition to other places, has made headlines year after year because of its enormous size and foul-smelling flowers as well as the rarity of seeing it in bloom! Due to the publicity and the rarity of the Amorphophallus …

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Arisaema Seed Germination: Faster Blooms From Seed Grown Plants

Often the best way to acquire a plant you want is by growing it from seed, but some plants can be difficult to germinate, so today we will discuss arisaema seed germination. Arisaema, or cobra lily as they are commonly called are fascinating plants, especially for those who love unusual plants in their home landscape. …

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Daylilies: Attractive, Colorful, Easy To Grow Garden Gems

When many people think of daylilies, they think of the orange ditch lilies you see growing on the side of the road. While these may be the most common summer flowering bulbs that are seen, hybridizing has produced an unbelievable array of colors, including many that are bi-color. Other interesting color combinations include stippled, polychrome, …

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How To Grow Enormous Tropical Bulbs In Containers

If growing tropical bulbs in containers outdoors in the summer is a bit of a challenge to you, you are not alone. While the growing conditions for tropical bulbs or even forcing bulbs indoors require one set of rules, the growing conditions outdoors require yet another set of rules. Everything from water to soil to …

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Worselya rayneri Culture And Propagation

Commonly called the “Empress Of Brazil,” Worselya rayneri boasts a flower color that is a deep blue-mauve or violet blue fading to almost white in the center and the flowers may also be soft pale lavender with lots of blue spots. Worselya rayneri grows on the side mountains in South America, especially Brazil and is …

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