Indoor plants Dublin City Centre

CONGRESS VENUE

Venue & Dublin

The Plant Biology Europe FESPB/EPSO 2014 Congress will take place in Dublin, Ireland at the Convention Centre Dublin. This modern state of the art building overlooks Dublin city centre with views of the cityscape from its foyers and lies right on the river liffey.

Close to all transport routes and accommodation options, this venue is at the heart and on the pulse of the city.

THis modern iconic building will allow you to be in the heart of the city- while watching the city pass you by while you concentrate on your conference.

The eagerly anticipated Convention Centre Dublin opened its doors officially in September 2010. The landmark building was designed by Pritzker award-winning Irish architect Kevin Roche, and features a stunning glass fronted atrium running the full height of the building – giving visitors panoramic views of the River Liffey, Dublin city centre and the Wicklow mountains.

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DUBLIN – A CITY TO VISIT, THAT FEELS LIKE HOME!

Dublin is proud to host the FECAVA EuroCongress in 2013, welcoming delegates from around the globe to enjoy its “Céad mile fáilte”. Dublin, officially known in the Irish language as Baile Átha Cliath (pronounced Ballya –Aha-Clia) which in translation Dubh Linn meaning “black pool” . The city originally founded as a viking settlement has gone through many transitions and is presently one of the major cities for industry and sciences with a rich historical past. Dublin has the prestigious honor as the European City of Science in 2012. Though the city has a rich historical past, its the youth and vibrancy of the capital of Ireland that offers so much to its visiting delegates.

Within Dublin, there are many sights to see while exploring the city by foot. From the museums, galleries, shops, restaurants and bars, Dublin offers each visitor options to suit their needs.


Allstate Pack of 2 Dracaena Massangeana Plant Trees with Coconut Bark 66"
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Corn plant growth?

2005-08-14 15:02:14 by dantm

I'd be interested to know how the typical indoor type corn plants can grow in size. The plant is called "Dracaena Massangeana" and a link of it is here:
From my experience with them they will grow additional leaves at the top but the trunk never gets bigger.
How can the trunks be grown on these, say from ~2 ft to 5+ ft or so?
THANKS!


"Corn Plant"

2007-01-07 14:14:33 by fedguy

Dracaena massangeana is a very common indoor plant, often referred to as the "corn plant". It lights bright indirect light, but will do pretty well in low light conditions.
All dracaena tend to lose lower leaves, and you can pull them off if they are brown or dried. The will also sprout from anywhere on the in good conditions, especially if the top is cut off. That is a common way to get a thick top, since one stem will often sprout into multiple new stems.
HOWEVER... this is not a good time of year to do any of that. Wait until Spring before doing anything major. Over the Winter, plants tend to rest.


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