According to Home Guides, gardenia bushes grow best in areas with plenty of sunlight and humidity. Gardenia bushes require low salt soil, as well as soil with a pH level below 7.0. The National Gardening Association reco... More »

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 »

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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Grow a small holly bush by choosing a site with plenty of sunlight and deep soil, watering it regularly, and pruning it every year. Because holly bushes aren't self-pollinating, plant at least two holly bushes, a male an... More »

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To grow crepe myrtle, plant the seeds indoors, keep the soil damp, give the plant plenty of sunlight, bring it outdoors, and then transplant it permanently outdoors. The process takes several months. More »

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Almond trees need plenty of sunlight, growing best in nutrient-rich soil, primarily in areas that have a hot, dry climate. For cross-propagation, it is best to plant at least two almond trees together. The trees should b... More »

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To trim a barberry bush, prepare your pruning implements, tie up the branches, cut out bottom branches, remove dead or sickly wood, untie the plant, and thin out the branches. Finish by shaping the bush with hedge clippe... More »