The genus Kalanchoe has about one hundred and fifty different species of plants, generally small shrubs or evergreen perennials, rarely these are annual plants, originating mainly from Africa, where they develop in arid or semi-arid areas, having the peculiarity of producing a succulent vegetation , well suited to survive even in conditions of prolonged drought, some species are native to Asia.
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Coffee at home Coffea arabica is a shrub or small tree originating in Ethiopia and Yemen; the other most famous coffee species is coffea robusta, widespread in nature in many tropical areas of Africa. From these two species, various cultivar and hybrid varieties originated, spread in cultivation in most of the tropical regions of the globe, from Australia to South America.
Question: yucca-benjamin my yucca that I have collected from the terrace and put into the apartment for a few days presents the tips of the blackened leaves and in some cases at the top are mRCE. I have never had any other problems and I don't know what to do. I offer that since the bathroom is only in the bathroom once a week.
Vanda orchids Vanda orchids are among the most cultivated flowers in the world; they originate from Asia and northern Australia, spread in an area ranging from the Himalayas to the Philippines and to the south to the Australian continent; there are a few dozen species of Vanda, and all are at risk of extinction in the wild, so it is forbidden to collect them in the wild.
Miltonia and Miltoniopsis The genus Miltonia counts some species of orchids of South American origin, almost all originating from the Brazilian woods; the genus miltoniopsis includes a few dozen species of orchids of South American origin, characterized by having fragrant flowers, which in shape and color are reminiscent of pansies.
Question: cold ficus elastica I have wonderful ficus elastica that I put out in the spring - in a sheltered spot close to a wall and under a small roof - and put it back in the fall: over the years they have become huge and branched. was taken by surprise by an early night frost ... I put them back at home the next day (for three weeks now) and they look as good as ever, but unfortunately I know from experience that the ficus has a very long "inertia", I have it noted a few times with attempts at transplanting: what should I expect?
Question: Christmas star I bought a Christmas star in mid-November. I keep it at home, in the living room above a shelf. The temperature of the apartment is around 21C. Since the first week, it has begun to dry out and lose its leaves. Water once every 2 days. What am I doing wrong?
Question: bonsai ficus ginseng loses leaves Hi, my bonsai ginseng (which for the summer has been left out enjoying good health) since I took it home is losing many leaves: they become yellow and brown first, then they dry up and they fall! Is it a problem of adapting to the new environment or a mistake in watering?
Flat Calle With the common name calla, some species of rhizomatous plants are indicated, originating from central and southern Africa, very common in cultivation; the botanical name is zantedeschia, and the most widespread species is zantedeschia aetiopica, a medium-large plant, with long leaves and inflorescences that can reach one meter in height, with showy white bracts.
Question: hyacinths given away Good days, I received as a gift of hyacinths planted in a jar of pastica and that are blooming, I wanted to ask you how I can behave about it ... I state that I live in an apartment and I have no garden ... what should I do, plant them in a larger vase? just fade?
Question: Christmas stable hi, I have a problem with the Christmas star inserted in a Christmas composition that was given to me by my daughter, a week away from the reception I realized that the beautiful leaves, now hang along the stem without strength and some have already detached while maintaining the green color.
Question: The leaves of the ficus Hi, I won a 40cm tall Ficus Benjamin (including vase) at a village festival in early September of this year and had a dense crown. As soon as I brought it home I placed it in front of my bedroom window, next to another Ficus Benjamin plant I have had for several years.
Question: Bath plants Hi, I write from Taormina and I have some questions to ask you. I decided to renovate my bathroom a bit; it is not immense, it has only one window, and I must say that the humidity is perennial. For the past week I have placed a vase with a Fern (Blechnum spicant) on a shelf away from the light, I found it in a shady and damp area of my garden, and I must say that it is fine.
Question: save my ficus benjamin I write to you because I have a problem with my Ficus Benjamina, it is a plant of about 7 months and it is placed in the house, in the dining room with direct light every day from 8:00 am to 4: 00 pm At first the plant seemed in excellent health, it grew very well and was full of green leaves.
Question: Dying Christmas star: can it be recovered? Last year I was given a deep pink poinsettia: between spring and summer it made a lot of leaves, it looked like a bush. The trouble started in September: the leaves had white spots, so I sprayed with the antimicotic that burned them.
Question: terrace plants Having covered a terrace, now I find a space of m.8 x 3.50 closed on three sides with a window, obviously on the front side of m 8x qum 1 in height. All facing east. What pot plants could I buy? Tvird Plant Protection Hood, Winter Protection Bag for Green Plants, Non Woven Breathable Wind Protection Non-Absorbent Frost Protection Cover for Winter 【180 * 120CM】 Price
Question: dracaena marginata I put my dracaena outside on the balcony and the leaves of all the tufts have withered. I would like to know if I can do something to reinvigorate it or wait for it to sprout? Azalea japonica Shin koyo, Rhododendron, 33 years old, height 74 cm Price
Question: URGENT! INGESTED PLANT I have a plant at home, which I think is SPATIFILLO. my 2 year old daughter swallowed a piece of about 2 cm. do I have to worry? Is it poisonous? PLEASE REPLY NOW. THANK YOU Beaucarnea recurvata (Nolina, Smoke Eater) [Vase Ø17cm | H. 50 cm.] Price