Latest Impatiens Stories
Flower production with Valoya’s wide spectrum light and other light sources were studied as supplementary light source trial at Geisenheim Horticultural Center, in typical central European greenhouse
Across the US beekeepers and researchers have been reporting that a powerful new class of pesticides may be killing off bumblebees. A new study pinpoints another potential cause: toxic metal pollution in flowers.
Researchers from the University of British Columbia have identified a gene in balsam fir trees similar to another substance called Ambergris. which could potentially pave the way for cheaper and more sustainable ways to produce plant-based fixatives and scents used in perfumes.
Natural health and wellness company, True Healthy Products, discusses the benefits of using Poison Ivy Soap as they introduce it for the first time to their product line. (PRWEB)
Summer is in full swing now, and weâ€™re spending more time outdoorsâ€”which means an increased exposure to poison ivy.
A new study of biological invasions in Europe found they were linked not so much to changes in climate or land cover, but to two dominant factors - more money and more people.
If you're debating about what impatiens to plant in your yard, a recent study at the University of Illinois suggests that you go with Cajun Carmine, that is if you want fewer insects in your garden.
Plants don't mind sharing space with their kin but when they're potted with strangers of the same species they start invigorating their leaves.
Ability of jewelweed to recognize 'relatives' from 'strangers' helps shift resources for growth.
By Cipollini, Kendra A McClain, Georgette Y; Cipollini, Don ABSTRACT. - Invasive plants can exert their effects on native plants through both above- and belowground mechanisms.
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.