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  • WATCH: Blue grass trees in the wild (3)

    As you can see, the color of the actual plant. It’s quite amazing.

  • WATCH: Blue grass trees in the wild (2)

    Glauca grass trees by Designer Trees. Just showing you the color of these trees, they’re actually quite blue in color.

  • WATCH: Blue grass trees in the wild (1)

    Our grass trees are not green. They do have a very, very distinct blue tinge to them.

  • Gardening with Native or Naturalized Trees

    Gardening with native or naturalized trees, along with native or naturalized plants, has several advantages over dealing with plants from other regions or areas. Before exploring this process, however, let’s look at some terms. Native…

  • When the Dragon Tree Blooms

    What a fascinating title! When the Dragon Tree Blooms almost sounds like some sort of science fiction or fantasy story. Or maybe one of those sultry romances that take place in the jungle or in…

  • Home Comforts: Gardening and Growing at Home

    March has been a strange season around the world. In the Northern hemisphere, spring is just beginning, and in the Southern hemisphere, Autumn is beginning. As people shelter in place all over the world, one…

  • Avocados, Olives, and Limes: Growing Your Own

    Foodies are frequently looking for the ultimate “super food”. While no one food really fulfills the “superfood” role, avocados, olives and limes all have their place in the history of human food. Each provides a…

  • Trees, Fibers, and Other Applications

    Trees and plants can be used for a wide variety of industrial and household applications. While they are beautiful and are an important part of the environment, if you usually focus on how trees look…

  • Steps for Growing Tahitian Limes

    Tahitian limes are a citrus fruit that like a tropical environment. They need to be warm, and to have moderate rain. They enjoy a well-drained loamy soil that will hold a little moisture, but that…

  • Olives and Oil and Growing Trees

    Olives, pickled olives, and olive oil all come from olive trees. Although these wonderful trees are available in several varieties, the differences between olive products is primarily derived from when they are picked and how…

  • Dragon Trees: Real Trees with Mythological name

    Dragon trees, Dracaena  Marginata, Lucky Bamboo, and even Dracaena Cinnabari, as well as several other Dracaena species, are more closely related to the lily family than to palm trees even though the two are often…

  • WATCH: 20 years of growth in a Dragon Tree

    The dragon tree will grow its trunk first, it will flare out the middle, then it starts to form its next set of branching. From where it initially starts to branch…

  • WATCH: How long it takes for Dragon Tree to grow

    The leaf structure will come out in the initial year and then you’ll start to see some trunk starting to form on these little branches.

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