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How to Grow Dragon Fruit in a Container.  Learn this simple process at Happy House & Garden today, impress your friends and family. See You There! Marty Ware

How to Grow Dragon Fruit in a Container. Learn this simple process at Happy House Garden today, impress your friends and family.

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Growing dragon fruit in containers, San Diego Pitaya festival dragon fruit photo

Holiday Punch Bowls

Holiday Punch Bowls (A Beautiful Mess)

Holiday Punch Bowls

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Tree Frog, Ridgfield National Wildlife Refuge ~ By Jeremy Jonkman

RECORTES EPIE EPIPHYLLUM CACTUS DE ORQUÍDEA PLANTA HERMOSA EXÓTICA

This epiphyllum ric rac (fishbone) cactus has been on my wish list for far too long. With the unique foliage the incredible blooms are just a bonus!

Take Cuttings: With small pruning snips, cut stem sections 1-2 inches long. Remove lower leaves. (Roots will sprout from these leaf nodes.) Let cuttings dry on a tray for a few days before you plant them. This curing process causes cut ends to callus (form a thin layer of cells). "It's OK if the cuttings shrivel up a little bit," Meyers says.

Make a Living Succulent Picture

Take Cuttings - It's easy to take cuttings of established succulents growing in your garden. With small pruning snips, cut stem sections inches long. (Roots will sprout from these leaf nodes.) Let cuttings dry on a tray for a few d

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