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What is the common name for a tulip?
What is a broken tulip?
Broken tulips are the tragic beauties of the Tulipa flower genus. Afflicted by viral infections that alter pigments in the cells of their petals, the flowers bloom in patterns of flames and feathers. ... Broken tulips produce fewer bulbs that carry the virus from one generation to the next.
Are tulips poisonous to humans?
Tulips contain alkaloid and glycoside compounds that are toxic and are concentrated in the bulb. Eating tulip bulbs can cause dizziness, nausea, abdominal pain and, rarely, convulsions and death.
What flowers can kill cats?
Here's a list of some common plants that are toxic to cats:
- Amaryllis (Amaryllis spp.)
- Autumn Crocus (Colchicum autumnale)
- Azaleas and Rhododendrons (Rhododendron spp.)
- Castor Bean (Ricinus communis)
- Chrysanthemum, Daisy, Mum (Chrysanthemum spp.)
- Cyclamen (Cyclamen spp.)
- Daffodils, Narcissus (Narcissus spp.)
Do squirrels eat hostas?
Squirrels don't feed voraciously on hosta, nor do they actively seek it out. ... For instance, squirrels will eat young, tender plants as they emerge. They will also feed on the water-rich foliage during a drought, leaving small stems poking up from the ground. They're not picky about which hosta variety they go after.
Do Japanese beetles eat hostas?
Last week, Japanese beetles swooped into the front yard and began feasting on several fern-like plants, and bunnies began eating my tiny hosta transplants in the backyard.
What is eating holes in my hostas?
Here's how to stop this garden pest. Slugs are a common pest on hosta, and it is likely that they are eating your plants. ... Slugs will be active when temperatures are above 50 degrees and there is ample moisture from rain or watering.
Is coffee grounds good for hostas?
Hostas will benefit from an application of coffee grounds used as mulch because of their relatively high nitrogen content, but you need to use the grounds judiciously. Too much coffee grounds spread around Hostas can form an impermeable layer that hinders water and air from reaching the roots.
How often should you put Epsom salt on plants?
Before planting seeds, add one to two tablespoons of Epsom salts to the soil of each hole. During the growing season, apply a foliar spray of two tablespoons of salts to each gallon of water. Apply to leaves once a month.
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