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11:12

LifeStyle

Evicting tenants

Denise Bush

...cool room; you should give it a thorough check-over first. Insects may be lurking that will appreciate the move and use it to procreate and decimate all your plants that are overwintering alongside the host plant. Bugs to look out for include the ... dreaded red spider mite, mealy bugs and my personal nemesis, scale insects. Check undersides of leaves, stems and leaf bracts and identify every six-legged 'tenant' you come across before dealing with it. Ideally, make sure you are not killing ... beneficial insects that may also be taking advantage of the indoor climate.

11:17

LifeStyle

A Spanish 'blue-stocking'

Denise Bush

...them tender” The flowers, which attract pollinating insects, appear from summer and right through the autumn months. The vine is not frost-hardy but will survive short periods of drought; it needs partial shade and a dry, well-drained soil.

10:50

Local

Seed 'bombs' launched to repopulate fire-damaged area

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

...provincial Environment chief, Marina Bravo, “protects the seeds from birds, rodents and insects”. She also said “rain will help their germination and they will be perfectly preserved.” Bravo added that in previous experiments of this kind, 80 per cent of the

10:52

LifeStyle

The long leaf wax flower

DENISE BUSH

...starry flowers and aromatic, glossy, green leaves. When left to its own devices, it will form a large mound of foliage smothered with flowers which attract important pollinating insects into the garden. Rising from the ashes...the Serbian Phoenix

10:46

LifeStyle

Gardening hints Fascinating facts about carnivorous plants

...plants acts as a shrew's toilet; it provides a shrew sized perch and a supply of nectar the shrew can enjoy while doing its business. The plant extracts the nitrogen it needs from the faeces. Sundews trap insects by slowly embracing them with sticky

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