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 Flowering Plants & Bugs?

Answer There is a very intricate relationship between bugs and flowers. Bugs rely on flowers to provide a source of natural nectar, to provide hiding places and to attract the various insects they dine on... Read More »
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How do I keep bugs from eating the leaves of flowering plants?

Be careful when using dish soap..alot fail to mention that any ultra or concentrated soap can literaly fry your plants..if you must use soap use a mild non concentrated one such as the old time mil... Read More »
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Outdoor Flowering Plants?

Flowering plants comprise of the largest group of plants on earth---the anthophyta. The outstanding feature in all the plants is their clusters of specialized leaves that assist in plant reproducti... Read More »
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Evergreen Flowering Plants?

Evergreen leaves are usually hard and waxy, an adaptation that helps a flowering plant reduce water loss. The presence and frequency of flowering plants with evergreen leaves increases as the clim... Read More »
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Flowering Palm Plants?

Palm plants are iconic plants that instantly conjure up pictures of tropical islands and pristine beaches. Palm plants may be grown outdoors in warm climates, or indoors as exotic and vibrant potte... Read More »
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