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How to Grow Dawn Redwood From Seed

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-08-20Views:130

Dawn redwood, or Metasequoia glyptostroboides, is an ancient variety of tree native to central China. It is a deciduous conifer, meaning it bears cones like other redwood species but it loses its needle-like foliage in the autumn. Dawn redwood is rar[More]

How to Grow Dawn Redwoods From Cuttings

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-07-17Views:130

Dawn sequoias represent the sole surviving species in an ancient genus of trees called Metasequoia. They superficially resemble other types of redwood trees but are deciduous and rarely exceed 175 feet in height. Although they occur naturally only wi[More]

How to Grow Coast Redwood Bonsai From Seeds

How to Grow Coast Redwood Bonsai From Seeds

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-06-01Views:130

The coast redwood bonsai is a fast-growing sequoia tree that begins to bear seeds around its fifth year. Averaging about 6 feet in growth each year, the coast redwood is one of the fasted growing trees in the world. The germination of seeds to sprout[More]

How Much to Prune a Dawn Redwood

How Much to Prune a Dawn Redwood

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-09-21Views:130

A low maintenance addition to a landscape, dawn redwoods require little pruning. They are often planted as ornamentals due to their unusually shaped and red-coloured trunk -- a characteristic that holds winter interest even when their foliage has dro[More]

How to Grow Black Hair Without Products

How to Grow Black Hair Without Products

Category:StyleRelease time:2012-04-18Views:130

It is possible to have long black hair without using any products. The hair care market is filled with various products that are designed to grow black hair long. Some of these products are expensive. With others of them there is no guarantee of resu[More]

How to grow & prune phalaenopsis orchids

How to grow & prune phalaenopsis orchids

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2012-04-24Views:130

The family of orchids, Orchidaea, covers a vast number of plants that come in a variety of sizes and forms. Many of the orchids cultivated in homes today are grown in Southeast Asia, but orchids species are found throughout the world. Orchids require[More]

How to Grow Lima Beans in a Plastic Bag

How to Grow Lima Beans in a Plastic Bag

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-05-31Views:130

Studying the germination of lima bean seeds can be educational for students. You can teach them how to grow the seeds in a plastic bag before transferring them to the soil. With this method, they can make predictions about how long it will take for t[More]

How to Grow Carob Trees From Pods

How to Grow Carob Trees From Pods

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-06-16Views:130

Carob trees grow from the seeds held with carob pods. This tree, also know as St. John's beard, produces a sweet fruit that, when processed, tastes similar to chocolate. With over 80 different varieties, the carob tree can provide you with a tall and[More]

How to Grow Clementine Oranges From Seed

How to Grow Clementine Oranges From Seed

Category:HealthRelease time:2012-08-02Views:130

Clementine mandarin oranges are a type of tangerine first introduced in 1909. The fruits have a deep, orange-red colour and juicy, sweet fruit. The medium-sized, thornless tree may be grown from seed in home gardens under the right conditions. Learn[More]

How to Grow Shiitake Mushrooms on Wood Dust

How to Grow Shiitake Mushrooms on Wood Dust

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-12-20Views:130

Many amateur gardeners have discovered the joy of growing and harvesting their own vegetables. Instead of going to the local grocery store for tomatoes and peppers, they simply go to the back yard. But vegetables aren't the only edibles you can grow[More]

How to Grow Potatoes With Water and Toothpicks

How to Grow Potatoes With Water and Toothpicks

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-01-13Views:130

Potatoes begin to grow when supported in water, developing visible roots, which makes them useful as a good lesson for children on how plants grow. The vine grows well for a few weeks, supported by the nutrients in the seed potato. Once the nutrients[More]

How to Grow Tomato Plants for Kids

How to Grow Tomato Plants for Kids

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-01-16Views:130

Teaching kids how to garden at a young age fosters both a love for growing vegetables and indispensable knowledge through hands-on experience. By beginning with planting a seed to eating the end product at dinner, your kids learn not only about how t[More]

How to Grow Beans With Different Liquids for a Science Fair

How to Grow Beans With Different Liquids for a Science Fair

Category:Science & educationRelease time:2013-04-13Views:130

Many of the most basic biology science fair projects require growing beans under different conditions and comparing their rates of growth. This version of the experiment shows you how to grow beans with different liquids, such as milk, water, salt wa[More]

How to Grow Foxtail Ferns

How to Grow Foxtail Ferns

Category:StyleRelease time:2013-08-18Views:130

Learn how to grow foxtail ferns (Asparagus densiflorus "Sprengeri"), also known as asparagus ferns, to enjoy low-maintenance greenery indoors or out. Bright yellow-green needle-like leaves on cone-shaped, partially upright fronds can extend 2 to 3 fe[More]

How to Grow a Potato Plant in Water

How to Grow a Potato Plant in Water

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-12-08Views:130

Growing a potato plant in water is an at-home project that can help students of all ages learn about how potatoes grow. Potatoes grow from tubers, meaning they grow underground from roots that sprout upward and grow the actual potatoes. This project[More]

How to Grow Plants for Profit

How to Grow Plants for Profit

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-02-12Views:130

One of the most important considerations when growing plants for profit is how to choose the right ones. Make a mistake, and all of your time, money and effort will be wasted. Choose wisely, and you could make enough money to help pay bills, perhaps[More]

How to Grow Roses in a Greenhouse

How to Grow Roses in a Greenhouse

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-03-27Views:130

Rose growers choose many means to grow their roses. People who live in cooler climates don't experience long periods of the warm conditions roses need to survive. The solution is to grow roses in a greenhouse. Many rose species, like miniature roses,[More]

How to Grow Organic Vegetables in South Africa

How to Grow Organic Vegetables in South Africa

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-05-18Views:130

Organic farming is popular in South Africa, though farms may not be certified as such by U.S. standards--an expensive process many farmers avoid. But farmers trace their roots back generations in South Africa, and natural tending of the land has gene[More]

How to grow carnations

How to grow carnations

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-09-24Views:130

Carnations are tall, vibrant and fragrant flowers that come in a variety of colours, the most common of which are pink, white and red. They require little effort to grow or maintain and many varieties, mostly perennials, are reasonably hardy, able to[More]

How to Grow Fruits & Vegetables During the Winter in South Africa

How to Grow Fruits & Vegetables During the Winter in South Africa

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-12-16Views:130

South Africa's winters are not very harsh across most of the country, although this does vary by region. The country's humid eastern coastline rarely dips below 10 degrees C in the winter. The dryer, western coast doesn't get much colder, averaging i[More]

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