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The weeping Norway spruce can grow 10 to 15 feet wide, but only one to three feet tall.
The weeping Norway spruce needs only light watering and an occasional trim.
Japanese maples are known for their beautiful dramatic coloring. Their colors ranges from bright red-purple to deep green.
When planting a Japanese maple, you should dig a hole wider than it is deep.
Dwarf conifers are miniature replicas of full sized conifers and thrive in small gardens.
The braided ficus trees may drops its leaves after being moved to a new location.
A braided ficus may be moved outside in temperate climates during the warm months.
The braided ficus is part tree and part vine. The braiding may be done at the greenhouse or by the homeowner.
Chinese evergreens thrive in low light. They also require minimal maintenance.
Chinese evergreens are available in beautiful varieties of green and white. Their beauty can enhance your home's décor.
Only royalty and aristocrats could afford orchids during Victorian times.
There are 30,000 species of Orchids to chose from. There is an orchid species to complement most any home's décor.
Before you buy an orchid, find out the sun exposure that is best for the variety you have selected. Different orchid varieties thrive with different sun exposures.
The ponytail palm can store water in its trunk for up to one year. This palm would be a great choice for someone who travels frequently.
Give your ponytail palm a little trim to keep it looking healthy and beautiful.
Ferns thrive in humid environments, making the bathroom a perfect location.
Too much water will cause fern fronds to turn yellow.
After your amaryllis blooms, store the bulb in a cold dark place and plant again the next fall.
If you get water on the leaves of your African violet it may leave spots.
The leaves of an African violet feel furry and the blooms feel velvety.