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  1. Euphorbia poissonii

    Euphorbia poissonii
    Euphorbia poissonii This plant produces sap which induces pain; it is often grown in rows to create a "living fence" in Nigeria. Scientific classification: Kingdom: Plantae Division: Angiosperms Class: Rosids Order: Malpighiales Family: Euphorbiaceae Genus: Euphorbia Species: poissonii Natural habitat and growing conditions for this euphorbia plant: This succulent is native to northern Nigeria. The plant prefers full sunlight, doesn't...
  2. Black Dog LED to Provide Exclusive Lighting to Medical Marijuana Tampa Institute

    Black Dog LED to Provide Exclusive Lighting to Medical Marijuana Tampa Institute
    Black Dog LED is pleased to announce its partnership with Medical Marijuana Tampa, an educational institution dedicated to teaching students about the medical marijuana industry. LED grow lighting for the school’s indoor grow facilities will be provided exclusively by Black Dog LED. The college will use BDL lights in hands-on instruction. Students will set up gardens using BDL lights to...
  3. Hybrid Moth Orchid

    Hybrid Moth Orchid
    Phalaenopsis hybrid (violacea X unknown) This beautiful orchid is also fragrant when grown in humid conditions, thanks to it's Phalaenopsis violacea parent. Scientific classification: Kingdom: Plantae Division: Angiosperms Class: Monocots Order: Asparagales Family: Orchidaceae Genus: Phalaenopsis Natural habitat and growing conditions: Phalaenopsis orchids are epiphytes (growing on trees, but not as a parasite) or lithophytes (growing on rocks) native to...
  4. Sapodilla

    Sapodilla
    Manilkara zapota This plant produces fruit that taste like brown sugar when ripe. The foliage is extremely glossy and attractive.                                                                                ...
  5. Free Cloning Workshop Hosted by Black Dog LED

    Free Cloning Workshop Hosted by Black Dog LED
    Black Dog LED to Host Free Cloning Workshop on Tuesday, September 16 Boulder, CO August 5, 2014- Black Dog LED is pleased to announce the first in a series of free workshops on indoor plant growing. Students at the first class will learn to clone healthy plants and avoid novice mistakes. Expert coaches will guide this cloning workshop that will...
  6. Ant Plant

    Ant Plant
    Myrmecodia solomonensis This plant lives in a symbiotic relationship with a colony of ants. Hollow tunnels form inside the caudex (the swollen base of the stem) with external entrance holes, and ants can use the plant as an above-ground nest. In exchange, the ants provide nutrients for the plant in the form of their droppings, and defend the plant from...
  7. Black Dog LED Founder/Owner Corey Drew interviewed on The Adam Dunn Show

    Black Dog LED Founder/Owner Corey Drew interviewed on The Adam Dunn Show
    Black Dog LED Founder/Owner Corey Drew interviewed on The Adam Dunn Show about the benefits of using LED grow lights. Boulder, CO July 23, 2014- Corey Drew, founder of Black Dog LED, was interviewed on The Adam Dunn Show on iCannabisRadio. Dunn, who was previously skeptical of using LED lights, said he was 'suitably impressed' by the Black Dog LED...
  8. Tropical Pitcher Plant

    Tropical Pitcher Plant
    Nepenthes hybrid Also known as monkey cups, these carnivorous plants attract, capture, kill and digest insects and small vertebrates for nutrients. The environments Nepenthes inhabit typically are incredibly nutrient-poor; carnivorous behavior allows the plants to receive the nutrients they require to grow. Scientific classification: Kingdom: Plantae Division: Angiosperms Class: Eudicots Order: Caryophyllales Family: Nepenthaceae Genus: Nepenthes Natural habitat and growing...
  9. Tassle Fern

    Tassle Fern
    Huperzia squarrosa Other common names for this plant include firmoss or fir clubmoss. Not a true fern or a moss, this plant represents an intermediate stage in evolution from mosses to ferns. Rather than seeds, it reproduces via spores, just as ferns and mosses do.                              ...
  10. Tropical Hibiscus 'Erin Rachel'

    Tropical Hibiscus 'Erin Rachel'
    Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Erin Rachel' This beautiful flowering bush blooms almost continuously when in ideal conditions. Scientific classification: Kingdom: Plantae Division: Angiosperms Class: Eudicots Order: Malvales Family: Malvaceae Genus: Hibiscus Species: rosa-sinensis Cultivar: 'Erin Rachel'   Natural habitat and growing conditions: Growing as a bush in tropical and subtropical regions, this species is native to East Asia. The Erin Rachel Hibiscus...

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