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Yellow desert roses leaves may mean you're over-watering your plants. There's an easy way to notice this: The yellowing starts from the tip of the leaf and slowly spreading inwards.
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The answer, my friends, depends on the adenium species & how much food it's taking in. Generally, if all goes well, a seed-grown desert rose can get bigger, bloom, and
Wild adenium in deserts can get pretty big. Often to the size of a small washing machine. Cultivated desert roses are much more compact–often to the size of a
Seeing adenium plants with soft caudex can be quite upsetting for growers. We understand this feeling. But don't worry. It shouldn't feel like a liability. We ourselves don't know everything.
We can't say for sure because it varies. Some variables include fertilizer, water, weather, tree's age. If you're growing the Golden Bean kumquat, some people have got it to bear
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The reason leaves on your kumquat tree are falling might be due to the amount of water or sunlight it gets. In some cases, it might be due to a
So you've got your desert rose babies curling their tiny greenish-white bodies out of the shells. The fun, and challenges, don't stop there. How do we go from here to
Kumquat trees can be easily grown in pots. The key thing you should keep an eye on though is water drainage. Helping the water flow out easily helps prevent root
The best soil for kumquats is well-drained loamy soil. Kumquat trees, like their citrus cousins, don't enjoy wet feet. They can rot easily if the drainage is not good, especially
As the bees and the wind rarely do their job pollinating desert roses, growers hand pollinate their own species. This creative art has led to many new, beautiful hybrids of
Kumquats, like their cousin citrus trees, are quite heavy feeders. However, these babies are not too picky when it comes to food. If the native soil in your property doesn't
Jizo, one of the most loved Bodhisattvas in Japan Buddhism, represent all the little ones that we've lost. In the name, Ji means 'Earth' & Zo means 'Womb'. Jizo, therefore,
A member of the legume family, extraordinary lupines are easy to start from seeds. Depending on where you are located & the freshness of the seeds, we may see different
Desert roses overall need a very light amount of fertilizer. The thing we should keep in mind is when should we fertilize our babies, what & how often to feed
When we're growing desert roses from seeds, we often have questions like how often or how much do you water the plants. Or what should the temperature range be. If
Kumquats, like other citrus trees, are susceptible diseases & pests in the ground if not well cared for. Nematodes, the snake-like micro-organisms, usually attack the roots of kumquat trees, making
So you're just getting started exploring kumquats? C'mon along, let's check out these cool varieties: 1. Meiwa (The Sweet One)Sweet Meiwa Kumquat | SourceMeiwa, or Fortunella crassifolia, is hands-down the
Innovating from the traditional method of pruning desert roses, growers have experimented with another way to get even more flowers & branches. Without the cuttings and without the ugly scars.
More coming soon. Sweet Meiwa Kumquat (1 year old) Sour Nagami Kumquat Tree (1 year old)
Starting your own desert roses from seeds can be fun & exciting. There are, however, many ways to get it wrong–especially if you're new. It's no better way to