Grow gerbera daisies by planting them in hummus-rich, well-drained soil in a location with bright sunlight and afternoon shade. Because gerbera daisies are perennials, plant them in containers and bring them indoors in a... More »

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Place Gerbera daisies in a microwave-safe container with silica gel packets to dry them. They must be microwaved in short intervals until they are completely dry. More »

Flamboyant Gerbera daisies produce large, colorful blossoms all year if they are properly cared for. You will need drip trays, fertilizer, pruning shears and pots with drainage holes. More »

Wild American ginseng can be grown in nearly any moist location with well-drained soil and 75 to 80 percent afternoon shade. Lattices may be used to filter direct sunlight in areas without tree cover. More »

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Grow a black lace elderberry bush by planting it in well-drained soil underneath direct sunlight, watering it regularly, fertilizing it twice a year and mulching it every spring. Prune the bush every few year to control ... More »

Grow sunflowers by selecting a good location, preparing the soil, watering the plants, fertilizing the plants correctly, and supporting the plants. You need compost, fertilizer, water, stakes and sunflower seeds. More »

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Grow caladiums by selecting a shady planting location, using well-drained soil and watering them often. For any location except for the tropics, dig up the plants every fall to keep them from dying in the cold. More »

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