plant. Sunday , May 21st , 2017 - 01:17:58 AM
Dymondia margaretae has very slim and tiny leaves and so produces a fine, delicate texture. The leaves have a bluish-gray tint, making the plant associate perfectly with the glaucous foliage typical of many Mediterranean climate plants, such as Lavender, Juniper, Rosemary, and Santolina, while conversely, combining less well with large-leaved, tropical plants. Remember that gray and bluish-green, are colors of heat and aridity. Dymondia's tiny, prostrate, yellow flowers are not especially significant.
African violets flower better when their roots are just right for its pot. A little crowding of roots is also fine. Repot only if a third or more of its foliage is larger than the pot. At that point use a pot only one size larger so the roots can easily grow into it. Spring is the best time to repot.
In this medicine wheel, we will work with four primary tastes (blandly sweet, salty, horribly bitter, and aromatic) and four secondary tastes (fruity, green, edibly bitter, and spicy).
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