To care for desert roses, place them in full sun with light shade and inside in areas where winters are frosty. Use containers that have drainage holes with potting mix that drains well. Water it regularly in the spring ... More »

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To make a desert diorama, use a platform of wood or foam board for the base of the diorama. Spray paint the base with sand-colored paint, or use paper in the same color to cover it completely. If you are creating a diora... More »

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Many small animals, such as bats and mice, eat cactus in the dessert. Insects, such as bees and butterflies, drink the nectar of the cactus flower. More »

Caring for a desert rose plant requires full sun, enough water to keep the plant well hydrated and temperatures of at least 50 degrees Fahrenheit. The desert rose plant requires a slightly acidic soil formulated for succ... More »

Proper care of a Guzmania bromeliad involves putting clean water in the plant’s central cup, keeping the plant in a place with moderate shade and adding small amounts of liquid fertilizer during the growing season. You s... More »

The vast majority of hydrangea cultivars need to be in full sun or partial shade to thrive. Hydrangeas prefer moist soil, but soil that is too wet may cause root-rot. More »

Hydrangeas grow best when they get full sun in the morning and shade in the afternoon, although some species, such as the bigleaf hydrangea, do well in only partial shade. Hydrangeas may be planted in the fall or spring. More »