Category Archives: Plants

Margarita Bop Size, Growth Rate, Care, Problems

Margarita Bop or Penstemon heterophyllus is commonly known as bunchleaf penstemon, foothill penstemon, and foothill beardtongue. It is a species of penstemon that is endemic to California. This plant is present in nearly all of the coastal ranges and the northern Sierra Nevada foothills. The Margarita bop plant grows in various habitats, such as grasslands, hillsides, open oak woodland, chaparral, and forest… Read More »

Broccoli Marathon F1 Advantages, Growing, Height

Broccoli is a green vegetable plant belonging to the cabbage family. It is an edible plant and is used to enhance the flavor of various dishes. Broccoli has a stalk, large flowering head, and small-sized leaves. Though it resembles a cauliflower, it is different from it. Broccoli is advantageous for both eating purposes and from a nutritional point… Read More »

Triumph Elm Tree Growth Rate, Problems, Reviews, Size

Triumph elm plant or Morton glossy is an addition to the trees which may be planted on walkways, yards, or commercial landscapes. Not only the looks of these plants are elegant, but they also resistant to pest diseases. The survival percentage of this tree is 86% even after the passage of 10 years, as studied at Colorado University.… Read More »

Keitt Mango Size, Taste, Calories, Benefits

Mangoes have been referred to as the “King of Fruits” and enjoyed all around the globe. There are various kinds of mangoes available including, Alphonso, Carabao, Sindhri, Haden, etc. Out of these kinds are the Keitt mangoes which have gained popularity among regions of California, Coachella Valley, and more particularly in Florida from where they originated. It was… Read More »

Lemon Gem Marigold Uses, Care, Size, Seeds

Lemon gem marigold has lemon-yellow flowers that have a bold color. The flower type is daisies. The flowers grow at the end of the stems of the plant. The season in which lemon gem marigold grows is between spring to summer. You can cut the flowers easily and they will not lose their color. The ferny leaves of… Read More »