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Yard & Garden Calendar - June
Indoor plants will require more frequent watering and fertilization as they increase their summer growth.
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Q. The last couple of springs we have had this beautiful flower in our bed, with a nodding, bell-shaped bloom checkered with dark maroon and creamy white. We didn't plant it, and there is only one. Can you tell us what it is, and where we can buy more?
Purdue Yard & Garden News - Return of the Asparagus!
Asparagus is one of the first vegetables to peer through the cool soil in spring, and what a welcome sight! The heavy snows this past winter provided excellent moisture and insulation for the plants, so the crop is off to a great start.
Purdue Yard & Garden Calendar - May
Many indoor plants can be moved to shady locations outdoors but only after danger of frost is past. Plants will dry out more often outdoors, so keep a close eye on soil moisture. Sinking the pots in soil will help slow down moisture loss.
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This is a fully matured plant that is flowering or has flowered in the past. These plants will be shipped with flower buds or spikes if available, but it is not guaranteed. Availability is subject to Mother Nature and customer demand. Please note that flowering plants shipped with spikes or buds are fragile and we cannot guarantee survival of buds or spikes, but we do guarantee the plant.
This plant is Adult sized and can flower if environmental conditions are favorable for the plant. In some cases the plant has started its first flowering cycle. Cattleya plants are Divisions from a mother plant with 3 or more Psuedobulbs and at least 1 eye. We ship with spikes when ever available. We can not guarantee a spike or that a shipped spike will survive the trip as they are very sensitive.
Near Blooming Sized
Plant is near Adult and Flowering size but has not flowered yet. Plant should be Adult size within a few months time.
Plant that is 50% or more of the way to adult first blooming size. It can take between 4 to 12 months to flower depending on species and growing conditions.
This is a plant that has grown out of the Compot and is 20% or more of the way to adult first blooming size. It can take between 10 to 24 months to flower depending on species and growing conditions.
This is a group of plants that have been removed from a flask and have been growing together in a community pot. Normally a compot will have 20 or more very small plants although actual quantity varies. These plants have lived outside the flask for more than 2 months.
Sealed container from the Laboratory with seedling plants inside. Plant quantity can vary greatly, but most have 25 or more seedling plants inside.
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