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Fleurop-Interflora is an online market place where you can buy flowers and plants for your home, office or a gift to a loved one, friend or colleague. There are various occasions when buying flowers becomes necessary and these include birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, sympathy or funerals, holidays and for daily office or home decorations. Being perishable products, flower order cancellation needs ample time before the date of delivery.
Published by Albert Kim 230 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +0 votes | 0 comments
Now that it’s spring it’s time to plant flowers around your home. Gardens are wonderful, peaceful, and attractive. Planting flower bulbs is simple. Just put them in the ground and they will grow. What about those flower seeds? Here are some tips and tricks on how to get flower seeds to grow.
Published by Samantha Thompson 68 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +1 votes | 0 comments
The Capsicum plant may be known as a pepper, but that shiny, round, green or red vegetable that you buy in your local greengrocer's is not really a pepper at all. Sweet bell peppers and hot chile peppers are both fruits of the capsicum plant, which is indigenous to South America.
Published by Loredana Galea 69 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +2 votes | 1 comments
Choosing the right house plant for your home is not always easy,but there are a number of plants which are easy to grow and,if you live in an urban environment,will keep the air in your home fresh and free from pollution.They are not expensive to buy and you can find them in most garden centers,they are also easy to maintain.
Published by Amanda Wilkins 69 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +3 votes | 1 comments
Who says plants are boring? They can be so much fun to grow, either in your garden, in your home or conservatory. There are plants with special characteristics that make them even much more fun to grow, see, watch and touch. Let us look at some of these extraordinarily enjoyable houseplants.
Published by Eddie Go 69 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +4 votes | 2 comments
Coconut is a tree found commonly in tropical areas. Tender coconut fruit and water are popular throughout the world. Coconut water revitalizes the body. The coconut tree is known for its many uses. Every part of the coconut tree can be used. Details about the coconut tree are provided below.
Published by deepa venkitesh 70 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +13 votes | 17 comments
Why is the hibiscus known as shoe flower in Asia? How many varieties of hibiscus are there? Does hibiscus have medicinal properties? Is Hibiscus tea good for blood pressure patients? Are there any side effects? Facts and information relating to the hibiscus plant are detailed below.
Published by deepa venkitesh 70 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +10 votes | 10 comments
Whatever your reasons for growing houseplants--impressive leaves, brightly colored flowers, air purification or just for fun--there is no doubt that houseplants not only enhance the atmosphere of our home but also beautify your immediate surroundings. As follows are a number of delightfully wonderful plants for your home that were creatively given distinctive names:
Published by Eddie Go 70 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +6 votes | 1 comments
There are many plants that are named after animals due to some similarities in their physical appearance to the corresponding animal, either in whole or in part. These plants will certainly make a fun collection for your home or conservatory. Let's look at some of these houseplants named after animals:
Published by Eddie Go 71 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +8 votes | 4 comments
Many envisioned cactuses to be similar to those pictured in cartoons such as the Road Runner, wherein Wile E. Coyote often landed on one. However, there are many varieties of cactuses that make attractive plants for your home or indoor gardens. Let us look at a few of these lovely cactuses:
Published by Eddie Go 71 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +7 votes | 6 comments
Madagascar dragon trees make great house plants. They are also good for patios. They are not that hard to care for. The dragon tree loves brighl light but not direct sun. Their soil must be kept moist at all time. They must be fertilized in the summer and fall. Dragon trees will do well outside in the patio in severel temperatures as long as you protect them from freezing.
Published by norlaw 71 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +0 votes | 0 comments
Bamboo palms are great indoor plants. They do require a lot of room because they can become 7 feet fall and 5 feet wide. They usually do not get this big when they are kept indoors. They will need to be fertilized in the spring, summer and fall. Never fertilize them in the winter as it will damage the plant.
Published by norlaw 71 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +1 votes | 2 comments
House plants are great. Hanging house plants are good when you do not have much space like an apartment. Hanging house plants are also good when you have a cat that loves to munch on your plants. When you hang the plants you do not have to worry about your cat getting sick from eating them.
Published by norlaw 71 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +0 votes | 0 comments
Plant care, cacti and succulents exhibit a wide variety of colors, shapes, textures, and sizes. Good air circulation is crucial, since stagnant air encourages mealybugs.
Published by TracyAnn 76 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +5 votes | 2 comments
The most common misconception about terrarium plantings is that they require no care and will thrive just about anywhere. Bottle gardens and terrariums do best in bright indirect light, or under grow lights.
Published by TracyAnn 76 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +3 votes | 0 comments
The simplest hanging planter is a clay or plastic pot suspended by a wire hanger or attached through holes in the pot or clamped on. Whichever type of hanging planter, hanging pot, wood planter or wire basket you use, it is important to remember to leave enough watering space at the top.
Published by TracyAnn 76 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +5 votes | 0 comments
Flowering houseplants, forcing hardy bulbs. Begin by buying the largest bulbs you can. Select those varieties clearly marked "good for forcing". One rewarding aspect of indoor gardening is that you can persuade plants to bloom out of season.
Published by TracyAnn 76 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +13 votes | 3 comments
Blooming needs of popular houseplants. I have explained all houseplants from A to Z, African Violets, Anthuriums, Aphelandras, Azaleas, Begonias, Bromelieads, Cacti, and so on.
Published by TracyAnn 76 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +8 votes | 1 comments
Flowering houseplants add color and pattern to your indoor garden, however, like most good things in life, joy and pleasure doesn't come without some effort.
Published by TracyAnn 78 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +9 votes | 1 comments
Although watering sounds like an easy part of plant care, it is responsible for killing more houseplants than anything else.
Published by TracyAnn 79 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +0 votes | 0 comments
There are several special watering techniques for times when your plants need more than a shower from a watering can.
Published by TracyAnn 79 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +2 votes | 0 comments
Many people who have skylights don't realize that they have a superb opportunity for a garden.
Published by TracyAnn 79 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +5 votes | 0 comments
Containers and pots can be as fascinating as the plants they contain.
Published by TracyAnn 79 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +6 votes | 1 comments
Cornering a houseplant is easy and can act as a decor in any room of your home.
Published by TracyAnn 79 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +1 votes | 2 comments
Lilacs are a long time spring garden perennial flowering shrub or tree. The fragance is alluring so lilacs are often planted near doors and windows that are first to be opened after the winter.
Published by Irene Nevins 80 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +7 votes | 2 comments
Rhubarb plants are a perennial staple in the vegetable or fruit garden. Rhubarb can be used alone or in conjunction with other fruits and berries. Caring for and maintaining rhubarb plants will ensure a healthy supply for many years.
Published by Irene Nevins 79 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +15 votes | 6 comments
The Spider Plant (Chlorophytum Comosum);Why Every Home Should Have One
Published by marianne ottens 83 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +1 votes | 1 comments
The Solanaceae family is an amazing family of plants as it helps to sustain us, cure us and can easily kill us.
Published by Travis Burdick 84 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +1 votes | 2 comments
The following are list of dangerous plants: fly amanita, destroying angel, poison ivy, poison oak, poison sumac, belladonna, foxglove, tobacco and jimson weed. It is best to avoid these plants.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 85 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +16 votes | 7 comments
The degree of toxicity is indicated in the description accompanying each herb.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 85 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +6 votes | 0 comments
The Christmas Cactus is so named because its blooming cycle coincides with the Christmas season. With proper care and maintenance, this plant will bloom for several generations.
Published by Irene Nevins 88 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +4 votes | 3 comments
Add fall color to your flower garden bed with these profuse New England natives. Asters are easy care and a must for attacting butteflies.
Published by Irene Nevins 89 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +6 votes | 0 comments
The Montauk Daisy is an exceptional perennial addition to the flower bed. It is prized for its large daisy flowers that bloom very late in fall and last until a very hard freeze. Ask for it at your local nursery. Don't wait until fall to add it to your garden bed. You will appreciate the easy care and maintenance of this fall bloomer.
Published by Irene Nevins 89 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +9 votes | 4 comments
Growing Hydrangeas is very rewarding and maintaining them is one of the easiest of the garden chores.
Published by Irene Nevins 91 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +11 votes | 1 comments
Gardening advice for your tropical plants.
Published by Olive Mill 97 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +2 votes | 1 comments
This is a guide to help you prolong the life of fresh cut flowers, whether delivered, purchased, or cut from your own flower bed.
Published by Kristi Gage 98 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +1 votes | 2 comments
Basic steps on how to care for a bonsai tree, as well as the benefits of owning this type of plant.
Published by Jennifer Klein 101 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +7 votes | 2 comments
House plants can be used for more than just decorating.
Published by Amy Mimm 102 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +5 votes | 1 comments
Zanzibar Gem, the 'can't kill me' houseplant is an increasingly popular houseplant with a reputation of being very hardy...
Published by thestickman 102 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +2 votes | 1 comments
Orchids are one of the most fascinating variety of flowers.It is estimated that there are about 25,000 species of orchids growing in the wild.
Published by Kiran 102 months ago in Plants & Houseplants | +5 votes | 11 comments
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