- Falling for nature's traps
- “We also have the N. ampullaria with its flask shape and small lid and N. gracilis, which is a lowland pitcher plant that has thin peristomes,” he explained.
- Bright and beautiful: Bring vibrant colours into your home with these jolly plants
- Let's face it, winter gardens are pretty low-key. It's cold, the ground is saturated and flowers are scarce. What's more, it gets dark by teatime.
- GARDENING: 9 jobs you can do this week - even in the snow
- If your Christmas cactus (Schlumbergera truncata and S. x buckleyi) didn't set flower buds, it may be that the temperature was too high (above 18°C/65°F, or had too much artificial light.
- Growing succulents: Expert shares tips for cultivating these trendy plants
- Mammillaria: Try one of the white-haired pincushion cacti. Notocactus: Never fail with one of these globular cacti. Rebutia: Count on these small, round cacti for their colorful blooms.
- Plants as art and architecture
- Not only that, they look good in winter, noted San Antonio Water System conservation consultant Heather Ginsburg. She likes century plant (Agave americana), and artichoke agave (Agave parryi v. truncata), a smaller selection with a tighter form.
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