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 Gypsophila Plants?

Answer Gypsophila is a moderately fast-growing plant that was introduced to North America in the late 1800s as an ornamental. Commonly called baby's breath, this flowering perennial herb is a member of th... Read More »
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The Plant Zone for Gypsophila Million Star?

Widely used as fillers around red roses and other large-sized flowers in bouquets are the airy, dainty white blossoms known as baby's breath (Gypsophila paniculata). This deep-rooted herbaceous per... Read More »
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My water sprinklers does not reach my plants...will my plants still survive?

buy a watering can and use it two or three time a week
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Is it true that music/or talking to plants makes plants grow?

I saw the same thing on MythBusters, Sasha. . . It was an awesome experiment. The reason I wanted to see that particuar episode, is because my grandmother and I always sing and talk to our plants,... Read More »
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House Plants That Grow Baby Plants on Their Leaves?

Vegetative apomixis is a form of asexual reproduction that enables certain plant species to reproduce without fertilization. Several varieties of the Bryophyllum genus reproduce in this manner; the... Read More »
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