How to Prune a Fatsia?

Answer Fatsia shrubs grow in mild and warm climates where temperatures don't drop below 10 degrees Fahrenheit. The plants reach up to 10 feet, though careful pruning can maintain them at a smaller, more c... Read More »

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What is fatsia japonica?

Fatsia japonica, commonly known as Japanese aralia, is a tropical shrub that grows well outdoors in U.S. Hardiness Zones 8 through 10, and as an exotic houseplant elsewhere. Fatsia is a member of t... Read More »

Why is prune juice called prune juice?

The reason its called "prune juice" is just condensed more than plum juice. Its kinda hard to explain....if you squeeze a plum, you get semi-clear liquid.But if you squeeze a prune, you get like a ... Read More »

How do I prune calamondins?

Prune calamondins only as needed to remove damaged, dead or diseased wood. Calamondins do not need regular pruning, as they naturally grow in a healthy shape. Remove damaged wood with a small hand ... Read More »

How to Prune Lilacs?

The flowering lilac plant grows in the form of shrubs or small trees. Blooming lilac bushes are appealing, but if they are left untended, they can reach as tall as 30 feet (9.14 m) and become unhea... Read More »