Where does desert poplar (Populus euphratica) grow?

Desert poplar (Populus euphratica) mainly grows in arid continental climate or warm zone desert climate with temperature above 10 ℃. Note: Desert Poplar, whose scientific name is populus euphratica, is commonly known as euphrates poplar, desert poplar, diversiform-leaved poplar, or poplar diversifolia. Moreover, desert poplar (Populus euphratica) has strong ability of drought resistance, saline alkali …

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What is the difference between thorn apple (Datura stramonium) and okra (Abelmoschus esculentus)?

The main differences between thorn apple (Datura stramonium) and okra (Abelmoschus esculentus) are different plant types, leaves, flowers and fruits. Note: Thorn apple, whose scientific name is datura stramonium), is commonly known as thorn apple, jimsonweed (jimson weed), devil’s snare, or devil’s trumpet. Thorn apple (Datura stramonium) and okra (Abelmoschus esculentus) belong to different plants. …

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How can money tree (Pachira aquatic) grow luxuriantly?

If you want money tree (Pachira aquatic) to grow luxuriantly, we should pay attention to the warm environment and thin fertilizer application, and also give it an appropriate amount of watering, loosening soil for pots, pruning and insect prevention. Note: Money tree(Pachira aquatic) is known by its common names Malabar chestnut, French peanut, Guiana chestnut, …

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Is cinnamommum contractum Sweet Osmanthus (Osmanthus fragrans)?

Cinnamommum contractum is not sweet osmanthus (Osmanthus fragrans). Cinnamommum contractum belongs to the evergreen deciduous tree (Arbor) of Oleaceae. However, sweet osmanthus (Osmanthus fragrans) belongs to the order transitional evergreen tree (Arbor) or bush (shrub). Moreover, the bark color of Cinnamomum contract is black brown. The leaves of Cinnamomum contractum are lanceolate in shape. The …

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Can cactus treat hemorrhoids

We mash cactus pulp to relieve hemorrhoids. Cactus has a certain relieving effect on hemorrhoids. Cactus has the effects of strengthening stomach, relieving pain, relaxing tendons and activating blood circulation. We take fresh cactus and remove its thorns. Then we wash the pulp with water, mash it and apply it to the wound. We use …

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Does cactus need watering

Although cactus is a drought resistant plant, it still needs watering. Although cactus is a drought resistant plant, it still needs watering. We can water it with ordinary tap water. In spring and autumn, we usually water once every 15 ~ 20 days. We should water thoroughly at one time and avoid ponding. In summer, …

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Which of Christmas cactus (Schlumbergera truncata) and Christmas cactus (Schlumbergera bridgesii) is easy to raise?

Christmas cactus (Schlumbergera bridgesii) is easier to raise than Christmas cactus (Schlumbergera truncata). Note: Christmas cactus, whose scientific name is schlumbergera bridgesii, is commonly known as thanksgiving cactus. Both Christmas cactus (schlumbergra bridgesii) and Christmas cactus (schlumbergra truncata) bloom in winter and spring, but Christmas cactus (schlumbergra bridgesii) is more nutritious than Christmas cactus (schlumbergra …

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Why are the leaves of Pothos (Epipremnum aureu) wilting and softening?

If the temperature is too low, the roots rot, lack of water and insufficient light, the leaves of Pothos (Epipremnum aureu) will soften. Note: Pothos, whose scientific name is epiremnum aureum, is commonly known as devil’s ivy, devil’s vine, golden pothos, ivy arum, marble queen, or taro vine. If the ambient temperature is too low, …

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What should I do if the leaves of money tree (Pachira aquatic) fall off?

If the leaves of money tree (Pachira aquatic) fall off, we should reduce fertilization, control watering, shade and cool down, control pests and ventilation and dehumidification. Note: Money tree(Pachira aquatic) is known by its common names Malabar chestnut, French peanut, Guiana chestnut, Provision tree, Saba nut, Monguba (Brazil), Pumpo (Guatemala) and is commercially sold under …

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