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How to grow Plumeria (Frangipani) indoors in containers. Closer look. Cultivars. True or fake on eBay? (part 2/5)

Plumeria is described as a small 6-25 ft (1,5-8 m) tree. Comparing to many other trees it is indeed can be considered small. However if we are talking about ...

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How to grow Plumeria (Frangipani) indoors in containers. Introduction to Plumeria. (part 1/5)

How to grow Plumeria or Frangipani, the essence of tropics, as your home plant indoors. Potted or in container. Introduction. Part 1 of 5.

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Adding tropical colors: Fittonia (Nerve plant)

If it would be up to me to give Fittonia a common name, I would call it Dollar-bill plant. Their leaves’ surface looks endurable rough and sophisticated at the ...

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Greenhouses of the world: New York Botanical Garden, Enid A. Haupt Conservatory

A common knowledge is that New York has something for everyone. If your something is like mine, tropical plants, you will find them in abundance in Enid A. ...

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Video update: Growing Plumeria (Frangipani) indoors

A short video update, where besides bragging about my current blooms you can also get some advises on how to deal with different growing habits depending on ...

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Green houses of the world: Stockholm, Edvard Anderson Conservatory

Not even many Stockholmers know about this great tropical destination in their vicinity. Edvard Anderson Conservatory is situated a bit outside of people’s ...

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Free apps for plants’ freaks

I’m both a plants’ freak (according to my colleagues) and a gadget geek according to myself. So I always happy to find some new fancy app I can download to my ...

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Repotting young palm

A quick indoor gardening project for tonight to get some healthy dirt germs. Time to repot my 2 years old seedling of foxtail palm (Wodyetia bifurcate), a ...

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Green houses of the world: Riga

Whenever I visit a bigger city, I try to go to their botanical garden with a green house. Yea, I'm that damaged. If it's in tropics, then the whole garden is ...

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Adding tropical colors: Hawaiian Ti plant (Cordyline fruticosa)

Tropical plants are all about shape, size and color manifested in a way we seldom see in more modest temperate climate plants. One way to stand out among all ...

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