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Citrus Tree Spacing ― Here’s What You Need to Know

The Citrus genus, which includes orange, lemon, grapefruit and lime trees, among many others, is highly popular with gardeners in warm climates. The majority of Citrus varieties are self-fertilizing and begin growing fruit when they are between three and six years old.  Citrus trees flower during warm, rainy periods and look especially beautiful when they …

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Dipladenia Plant Care — The Definitive Guide

Dipladenias are beautiful bushy plants belonging to the Mandevilla genus. They are evergreen, tropical vines and have several popular varieties. Due to the shape of their flowers, these plants are commonly known as Funnel Flowers or Rocktrumpets. These plants are natives of Brazil, Northern and Southern America, Mexico, and the West Indies. Previously, the larger …

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African Violet Leaves Turning Brown — Reasons & Remedies

African Violets are native to tropical East Africa and thrive in the warm conditions of most households. They come in a wide variety of cultivars and their colorful flowers and furry dark green foliage make them a popular houseplant. While African Violets are not too demanding, they do require the right temperature, soil, water and …

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Philodendron Atom Care — Your One-stop Guide

Fancy giving your room a tropical flair? Then the Philodendron atom care will not disappoint. Dark green leaves that have a shiny and waxy look will make you think of a tropical rainforest.  Pair this with other tropical plants in your living room and you will feel like you are on vacation. On top of …

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