A philodendron can be easily pruned by cutting stems while maintaining one or two leaves per shoot so each pruning has leaves and a stem segment. The pruned segments can be bunched together in the same pot to form a new plant.Continue Reading
A philodendron is an easy-to-grow houseplant that requires very little maintenance. To maintain ideal health and size, regular pruning is recommended.
Most rose bushes do best following a pruning in early spring, after the leaf buds begin to swell but before the leaves emerge. The exceptions are rose varieties that bloom from last year's wood instead of from new growth; prune these after they have finished flowering.Full Answer >
The sunflower adapts through its heliotropic head, bristles on the stem of the sunflower, leaves that are broad and oppositely positioned and overall versatility. Sunflowers can function in a variety of climates and soil types, as well as drought. Its heliotropic head moves to follow the sun, from east to west and back east again at the end of the day.Full Answer >
To identify weeds, examine the stem, leaves and any fruits produced by the plant. Some weeds also have thorns or flowers that can be used to identify the plant.Full Answer >
Many animals love to eat the large leaves, flowers and stems of a hibiscus. Squirrels, deer, groundhogs and turtles are some of the more common animals that may be responsible for eating the plant.Full Answer >