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Tephrocactus Geometricus – Master Care Guide

Deriving from the South American countries of Argentina and parts of Bolivia according to the Tucson Cactus and Succulent Society, Tephrocactus geometricus hails from the cacti family in which it is native to extreme heat and parched conditions. Appearance-wise, they are quite eye-catching cacti because they look like bulbous balls stacked on top of each …

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Philodendron Camposportoanum Care Demystified

The first noticeable attribute of the Philodendron camposportoanum plant is the leaves. When this Philodendron is mature, the leaves shine a funky pink in direct sunlight. This small non-climber is one of the easiest Philodendron plants to care for. It needs only a bit more water than the other species. And it needs bright but …

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Begonia Luxurians (Palm Leaf Begonia) #1 Care Hacks

Begonia luxurians is literally the trippiest Begonia variety in my garden. Everything about this plant is gorgeously exaggerated compared to other members of its family, Begoniaceae. The green leaves are heavily digitate – elongated lance-like leaflets fan out from the centre and droop downward – much like palm. The underside of the leaves are a …

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Double Begonia Best Care Tips for Beginners

Today we are discussing the Double Begonia or Begonia Semperflorens, the famous annual flower. It is an ideal plant for patio planters, garden beds, and window boxes for flower lovers. It is similar to the single Begonia, but the showy blossoms for this variety have double sets of petals. Double Begonia is a low-growing annual …

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