• WATCH: Dragon tree regrowth

    I’m just going to show you what happens here when you’ve got secondary stage of a dragon tree’s lifespan.

  • WATCH: Dragon Tree flowering

    You can say here our dragon tree has flowered. What it’s doing now, it’s taking it to the next phase of its life.

  • WATCH: Bottle Tree that has lost its leaves

    You can see that this tree here, this bottle tree is quite bare.

  • WATCH: Bottle Tree 4 weeks afer dropping all its leaves

    This particular bottle tree had dropped its leaves about four weeks ago. Four weeks after they have dropped they will flush.

  • WATCH: Amazing Glauca grass trees in the wild

    Glauca out of all the grass trees wold have to be the most spectacular in regards to their canopy and their thickness.

  • Queensland Bottle Tree : A Native Tree for the Times

    Queensland Bottle Trees get their name from their distinctive shape, which frequently resembles a graceful wine bottle. The “Bottles” are a sort of emergency reservoir of fluid for dry seasons. Bottle trees are native to…

  • Madagascar Dragon Trees: When a Tree is Like a Vegetable

    Madagascar Dragon Trees are popular as potted plants. Dragon Trees are monocots, and are considered to be in the asparagus (asparagaceae) family, thanks to the way maturing trees grow out of doors. While you would…

  • Glauca Grass Tree: A Truly Australian Plant

    The Glauca Grass Tree is a truly Australian plant. It is an attractive monocot, although it usually has only one stem, that grows a grass like top that has a fluffy appearance. Don’t be fooled…

  • Propagating Tahitian Lime Trees

    Tahitian Persian lime trees are somewhat delicate to grow because they are a three-way hybrid between citrus medica, citrus grandus, and citrus micrantha.  Determining exactly what sort of lime you might have on hand can…

  • Pruning Tahitian Lime Trees

    Tahitian lime trees do not require pruning to grow to a healthy size. However, you might want to prune your lime tree to help keep it to a manageable size, to promote admission of sunlight,…

  • How and When to Prune an Olive Tree

    Olive trees are native to the Mediterranean area, but are grown around the world. There are a variety of reasons to grow olive trees ranging from maintaining orchards to obtain the fruits to even growing…

  • Pruning a Queensland Bottle Tree

    A Queensland bottle tree (which should not be confused with a bottlebrush shrub) does not need trimmed at all if it is in a situation where it has plenty of growing room. Ideally, the bottle…

  • Propagating Olive Trees

    Olive trees can be grown all over the world in areas where winter temperatures do not fall below freezing. In the United States, they can be grown in USDA growing zones 8-10. Olives can be…