A gardener, choosing flowers for growing in the garden, often undeservedly bypasses perennial flax. The fact is that this flower has long been considered an excellent decoration for the house, which, moreover, will be able to protect it. This culture is distinguished by its unpretentiousness, but at the same time it has a relatively high decorative effect, since it has very beautiful flowers.
Décumaria, beautiful fluffy climber… Décumaria, if you do not know it, you will learn to love it, with its volubility, its long stems up to 7 meters, its thick, resistant, glazed, often curved foliage, of a beautiful green lively, and about ten centimeters long. Flowering is a flash of light in the garden, the flowers are gathered in corymbs - a sort of ball of flowers - like light snow crystals, motionless in equilibrium.
Get Started Arnica Plant Care: Learn How To Grow Arnica HerbsBy Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterArnica is a perennial herb that produces yellow-orange, daisy-like blooms in late spring and early summer. Before you decide to grow arnica or use the herb medicinally, there are a number of things you should know.
Scientific NameTurbinicarpus valdezianus (H.Moeller) Glass & R.FosterSynonymsPelecyphora valdeziana (basionym), Thelocactus valdezianusScientific ClassificationFamily: CactaceaeSubfamily: CactoideaeTribe: CacteaeGenus: TurbinicarpusDescriptionTurbinicarpus valdezianus is a dwarf globular cactus, up to 2 inches (5 cm) tall and up to 0.
Like exotic fruits? Then why not consider growing a sapodilla tree (Manilkara zapota). As long as you care for sapodilla trees as suggested, you’ll find yourself benefiting from its healthy, tasty fruits in no time. Let’s learn more about how to grow a sapodilla tree.What is Sapodilla Fruit?The answer to, “What is sapodilla fruit?
By: Liz BaesslerWhen you think about soil, your eyes probably drift down.Soil belongs in the ground, underfoot, right? Not necessarily. There’s a wholedifferent class of soil that exists high above your head, up in the treetops.They’re called canopy soils, and they’re an odd but essential part of theforest ecosystem.
By: Teo SpenglerIf grass had superheroes, Thurber’s needlegrass (Achnatherum thurberianum) would be one of them. These natives do so much and ask for so little in return that it’s a wonder they aren’t better known. Read on for more Thurber’s needlegrass information, including tips on how to grow Thurber’s needlegrass.
Feijoa is an exotic fruit that comes from South America. They can be eaten fresh and dried at home for sweet fruit in the off-season. Due to its taste and aroma, the fruits have become popular all over the world. Long-term experiments by breeders have made the plant adapted to colder climates.
By: Teo SpenglerIs butterfly bush an invasive species? The answer is an unqualified yes, but some gardeners either are not aware of this or else plant it anyway for its ornamental attributes. Read on for more information about controlling invasive butterfly bushes as well as information about non-invasive butterfly bushes.
Interior doors in light colors give a feeling of lightness and freshness. They allow you to successfully place accents on which the overall atmosphere in the room will depend. Although white doors look great in any room interior, in practice, it is not so simple! The generally accepted opinion is that products in light colors are easily soiled, quickly get dirty, and therefore completely impractical.
Scientific NameEcheveria & 39;Margaret Martin& 39;Scientific ClassificationFamily: CrassulaceaeSubfamily: SedoideaeTribe: SedeaeSubtribe: SedinaeGenus: EcheveriaDescriptionEcheveria & 39;Margaret Martin& 39; is an attractive hybrid with tight rosettes that grow up to 6 inches (15 cm) tall and up to 12 inches (30 cm) in diameter.
Home › Ornamental Gardens › Shrubs › Archive for FothergillaGet Started Fothergilla Plant Care: Tips On Growing Fothergilla ShrubsBy Susan Patterson, Master GardenerOne of the reasons Fothergilla shrubs are so popular amongst gardeners is because they are so low maintenance and beautiful. Read here for information on growing these plants.