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Citrus fruits

Citrus fruits

Citrus fruits are plants belonging to the rutaceae family and so are their fruits, some examples being lemon, mandarin, orange and grapefruit. Almost all of these trees or shrubs are evergreen and originate from India and the Far East, but are widespread in Europe in areas with a Mediterranean climate.

Growing raspberry or raspberry

Growing raspberry or raspberry

Raspberry with maple leaves My garden is decorated with an unusual shrub. In the fall, when it sheds its leaves, it looks like a regular raspberry. In summer, its shoots are covered from top to bottom with luxurious bright green, slightly pubescent large leaves. They are similar in shape to maple leaves, only larger and velvety.

Hylotelephium cauticola

Hylotelephium cauticola

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Jupiter’s Beard Plant Care – Tips On Growing And Caring For Red Valerian

Jupiter’s Beard Plant Care – Tips On Growing And Caring For Red Valerian

By: Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenFor spring and summer color and ease of care, add red valerian plants (also known as Jupiter’s beard) to the full sun herb garden or flower bed. Botanically called Centranthus ruber, Jupiter’s beard adds tall and bushy color in the landscape and is ideal as an easy-care background border plant.

Growing Caspian Pink Tomatoes: What Is A Caspian Pink Tomato

Growing Caspian Pink Tomatoes: What Is A Caspian Pink Tomato

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistPretty in pink. That describes the Caspian Pink tomato. What is a Caspian Pink tomato? It is an indeterminate heirloom tomato variety. The fruit is said to surpass the classic Brandywine in flavor and texture. Growing Caspian Pink tomatoes will provide you earlier fruit than Brandywine with higher production.

Stapelia

Stapelia

Perennial succulent Stapelia (Stapelia) is a member of the Lastovnevye family. In nature, this plant is mostly found in South-West and South Africa, while it prefers to grow on mountain slopes, near water bodies or near trees. Stapelia was named after Van Stapel, who was a well-known 17th century Dutch physician.