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Baking Soda Kill Ants In Garden (4 Proven Ways)

Gardeners, vegetable growers, apartment dwellers, and private homeowners all face ant control as a constant issue. Ants are everywhere.  These pests wreak havoc on vegetables and fruit trees, and when they make their way into people’s homes, they cause trouble.  Ants can be eliminated from the garden and vegetable garden as well as the home …

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5 Most Drought Tolerant Lavenders (And How to Grow Them)

There are numerous species and varieties of lavender. Selecting a suitable lavender variety is important because lavender dislikes humidity and heat but tolerates drought.   I will introduce you to the five most drought-tolerant varieties of lavender before showing you which ones are best suited to your area, how to identify them, and how to grow …

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4 Causes of Leggy Wandering Jew (And How to Fix It)

It’s upsetting to see your otherwise thick and bushy wandering jew (Zebrina tradescantia) grow leggy. This will make your plant look sparse, spindly, and unattractive. Let’s figure out why your wandering Jew is leggy and how to fix it. Due to a lack of light, a Wandering Jew’s growth is often leggy. Pruning and adequate …

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Holes in Pothos Leaves (6 Causes And Solutions)

Holes in your ornamental pothos leaves are more than just an eyesore. They can also be an indication of a more serious problem. Today, I’m going to assist you in determining which of the common issues is causing holes in pothos foliage. Insect infestation is the primary culprit for holes in pothos leaves. Spray your …

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Strelitzia Nicolai: Here’s How You Can Take Care of It

Florists and gardeners are fascinated with a wide range of plants. However, Strelitzias are a particular favorite among them.  Did you know that of all the Strelitzia species, the Strelitzia Nicolai or giant white bird of paradise is the one that grows the most?  Most plant enthusiasts have at least one Strelitzia, and those without …

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Kimberly Queen Fern vs Boston Fern (What’s The Difference?)

You’d be forgiven if you thought Boston fern was the same as Kimberly Queen fern. Both ferns have a unique zigzag pattern on their leaves, which will enhance the look and feel of your room. But today, I’ll show you how to tell a Boston fern from a Kimberly Queen fern by pointing out the …

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Rubber Plant Root Rot (Signs, Causes, and Treatment)

When your rubber plant has severe root rot, it’s almost impossible to save it. Owners are terrified by the prospect of losing their rubber plants to this fatal disease. So I did extensive research into the best ways to protect and save them. Rot in rubber plants can be caused by overwatering or fungal infection. …

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How to Grow Hoya In Water (Step by Step)

Growing hoya (also known as wax flowers) in water is a simple yet satisfying way to grow easy-care plants. The gleaming glass contrasts beautifully with swirls of pale roots and draperies of glossy foliage to create a specimen that will please even the most discriminating indoor gardener. Growing hoya in water is a unique and …

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How to Use Cinnamon as Rooting Hormone (Step by Step)

Cinnamon provides dozens of benefits to plants, including its natural antifungal and antibacterial properties.  You can use cinnamon to propagate and grow plants in water or soil to promote healthy root growth. To use cinnamon as a rooting hormone, start by grinding fresh cinnamon sticks into powder to ensure they bind to the stems. Use …

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Black Spots on Mint Leaves (Causes and Treatment)

Who doesn’t love the soothing scent and look of a healthy mint? That’s why it’s more frustrating and painful to see black spots appearing on its aromatic foliage. Pest infestation and diseases such as mint rust, leaf blight, verticillium wilt, and leaf spot diseases are the most common causes of black spots on mint leaves. …

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