The rosemary plant, a fragrant, delicious excellent herb to grow, either potted indoors or outside in the herb garden.These are easy to grow herb plants, once established, will thrive for years in full sun without problems. Read on to learn how to plant, and care for rosemary.Rosemary CareDescribed as a woody stemmed plant and needle-like leaves, rosemary plants reach heights of three feet, eventually stretching to five feet in warmer climate areas.
Croton petra KROH-tun, pet-RAH is a broadleaved evergreen perennial from the family Euphorbiaceae.Petra has attractive and interesting leaves. It is one of several croton plant varieties available on the market.The Croton hails from Malaysia, Sri Lanka, southern India, and southeast Asia.We’ve shared care details on other popular varieties of croton plants:Mammy CrotonGold Dust CrotonsCroton MagnificentCroton Petra CareSize & GrowthIn nature, these woody-based perennials may grow to be 6’ feet tall.
Hi Gianluca Seeds and young plants require the right light, temperature and humidity, as long as these factors are correct and the seed sprouts. Therefore it is perfectly feasible to equip a grow box where the environment is controlled, usually neon lights and a heating mat are used. In this way, the seeds can be sprouted at any time of the year.
With the arrival of summer in July, the climate becomes hot and sunny. Our body needs fresh food, rich in water, minerals and vitamins, nature takes care of our well-being with lots of juicy fruit and vegetables, from tomatoes to watermelons. Eating seasonal fruit and vegetables is an ethical choice, given that which allows the choice of zero-kilometer foods that have less impact on the pollution of the planet.
Your chainsaw, large or small, needs chain oil to function properly. In fact, whether it is electric, battery or petrol models, for felling or pruning, the lubrication of the chain is necessary and entrusted to a small oil pump driven by the pinion.
The Venus Fly Trap plant (Dionaea muscipula) is a carnivorous plant native to the United States.In the western US, you will find them in sandy areas. On the east coast, you find these exotic plants in the savannas and swampy areas of North Carolina and South Carolina.Because the soil of their natural habitats is typically lacking in nutrients, flytraps obtain their nutrition elsewhere – they eat bugs.