Gardenias can be grown as either an indoor plant or an outdoor plant, depending upon location. Gardenias prefer to grow in zones 8 to 10. In zones outside these locations, growing them in pots and bringing them indoors i... More »

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To take care of a gardenia plant, water it at least weekly, and apply a 2- to 4-inch layer of organic mulch to keep the soil moist and prevent weeds. Feed the plant with acidifying fertilizer monthly during the growing s... More »

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Care for a gardenia plant by placing it in a sunny location, amending the soil with the proper nutrients, watering the plant regularly, and giving the plant a humid environment. Fertilize the gardenia twice a year, and p... More »

Grow pomegranates by choosing a good location for the tree, planting a pomegranate cutting, watering the cutting thoroughly, fertilizing the plant correctly and pruning it. You need a pomegranate cutting, pruning shears,... More »

To grow a Scotch broom plant, provide the plant with a sunny location, regular water and fertilizer. The plant can be pruned in the spring and propagated at the end of summer. The Scotch broom plant is a fast-growing, ha... More »

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Plant a hibiscus in a pot by choosing the right kind of container, using well-drained soil, placing the plant in a good location and watering the plant well. You need a pot and porous potting mix. More »

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Plant a calla lily by preparing the container, planting the rhizome, placing the plant in a sunny location, watering the rhizome regularly and fertilizing it. You need a 10-inch diameter pot, potting mix, water and ferti... More »

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