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Euryop spectinatus 


Euryops pectinatus Family: Asteraceae Common names: woolly resin bush, golden euryops, golden daisy bush (Eng.), View other plants in this familyQR code linkView other plants in this genus This is a colourful, easily grown shrub from the winter rainfall region. Description Euryops pectinatus is a shrub up to 1.5 m in height and has distinctive soft, grey-green […]


How to Care for a Royal Poinciana Tree nabatdelivery

Royal Poinciana poinciana also called flamboyant tree or peacock tree, strikingly beautiful flowering tree of the pea family (Fabaceae). It is native to Madagascar, and it has been widely planted in frost-free regions for its large scarlet to orange flowers and its shade. It is a rapid grower, attaining a height of 6 to 12 meters (20 […]

Planting Instructions for Royal Poinciana

How to Care for a Royal Poinciana Tree nabatdelivery

Planting Instructions for Royal Poinciana   The royal poinciana tree  also called a flame, gulmohar or flamboyant tree because of its flame-colored flowers, is a native of Madagascar that grows in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 9b through 12. The tree grows about 5 feet a year until it reaches its full height […]

Compost vs. Peat Moss: When Do You Use Each One?

  Peat moss and compost are two all-natural soil amendments that are commonly used by modern gardeners to adjust the physical structure of the soil and to help improve fertility and increase nutrient levels. Each of these soil amendments has different properties and should be used when there is a specific need for the ingredients […]

How to Grow and Care for a Jacaranda Tree

How to Grow and Care for a Jacaranda Tree

How to Grow and Care for a Jacaranda Tree The jacaranda tree (Jacaranda mimosifolia) is a beautiful tropical tree that produces clusters of fragrant purple panicle-shaped blooms. Jacaranda branches are arched, forming a canopy shaped like an upturned umbrella. The jacaranda tree makes an excellent shade (or street) tree with its fern-like leaves that can […]


cercidium hybrid nabat desert flower-crop-flower

Cercidium Desert Museum’ Cercidium hybrid ‘Desert Museum’ This semi-evergreen, Thornless, Palo Verde hybrid exhibits qualities found in Foothill, Blue and Mexican Palo Verde, provides ample shade, distinctive rich green trunks and branches that, similar to the Palo Brea, remain smooth as they mature, and abundant brilliant yellow flowers that appear in spring and intermittently during […]