Tag : Prayer plant

Insect Invasion : Part 2 Scale

Insect Invasion : Part 2 Scale

In this, the second installation of the insect invasion series, we are going to talk about scale. We talked about aphids in the first installation. The second plant I saw a few weeks ago was located at a library; a large Schefflera arbicola that I noticed right away. The shiny leaves

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Rabbit’s Tracks and Fish Bones

Rabbit’s Tracks and Fish Bones

New leaves unfurling. Maranta leuconeura kerchoviana There are two popular prayer plants available in the houseplant industry. Maranta leuconeura kerchoviana, pronounced muh-RAN-tuh loo-ko-NYOOR-uh kerr-CHO-vee-ay-nah, and Maranta leuconeura erythroneura (or ethrophylla). The first is called rabbit’s tracks or prayer plant. The second is called herringbone plant, fish bone plant, or tricolor

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