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Felicia Name Meaning and Symbolism (Blue Daisy; Marguerite Daisy)

Felicia is one of the most recognizable genera within the daisy plant family, consisting of about 80 different species of perennials, annuals, and shrubs. The majority come from South Africa, in rocky or sandy soil, and are primarily known for vivid blue flowers, though they can be purple or white, too. These plants attract plenty of pollinators into your garden, … Read More

Myosotis Name Meaning and Symbolism (Forget Me Not; Scorpion Grass)

Hailing from the Borage plant family, Myosotis is a genus made up of 74 accepted species, though there are easily more than 500 different names. Some of these are synonyms of the accepted species, while others are waiting to be confirmed. The majority of Forget Me Nots come from Europe and Asia, and New Zealand, though you can find others … Read More

Forsythia Name Meaning and Symbolism (Golden Bell)

Forming part of the olive plant family, Forsythia is a small genus, made of 11 different species, all of which bloom. Nearly all types come from eastern parts of Asia, but one comes from Europe, too.  Forsythia At A Glance Famous for their yellow flowers and their longevity, forsythia are beautiful shrubs which produce their flowers before their leaves, similar … Read More

Fuchsia Name Meaning and Symbolism (Lady’s Eardrop)

Fuchsia is a genus belonging to the Evening Primrose family, Onagraceae. It’s made up of roughly 110 different species, of mainly trees and shrubs, most of which come from South America, with a select few hailing from New Zealand and Tahiti. Fuchsia At A Glance Fuchsia plants are grown all over the world for their fabulous blooms, which are available … Read More

Floriography The Language Of Flowers

Floriography: The Language Of Flowers

There is no denying that flowers have inspired us for centuries. They’ve been the subject of art, literature, folklore, and religious symbols for an incredible, near unmeasurable amount of time, showcasing just how versatile these plants are. In the past, associating legends and symbolism with flowers was a way of preserving knowledge, of telling you exactly when the best time … Read More

List Of Flower Names Beginning With F

Fairy Duster Calliandra eriophylla, or the Fairy Duster plant, comes from parts of Mexico and the Western regions of the US.  This striking plant has the advantage of looking like a fern, with similar silvery foliage, while producing feathery, spherical flowers which are favorites of bees, butterflies and other pollinators. The seed pods are also interesting, following the flowers in … Read More

The Fairy Rose: A Polyantha Shrub Rose

The fairy rose is as whimsical as its name. This is a compact rose which is suitable for smaller gardens, or to offset larger flowering plants or shrubs, producing petite flowers in abundance. Interested in growing your own fairy rose? Here’s what you need to know. At A Glance: What You Should Know About The Dairy Rose The fairy rose … Read More

Forget-Me-Not Flowers: Types, How To Grow and Plant Care

Forget-me-nots are very easy to grow, and they will inject a plethora of color into your containers, beds, or borders with very little effort required.  They compliment a wide range of plants, and will match a range of planting schemes or themes to suit any garden.  Once you start growing them, you’ll find it difficult to refrain from sowing the … Read More

Fukien Tea Tree (Carmona retusa) Bonsai: How To Grow And Plant Care

While Fukien Tea Tree bonsai trees are not recommended for beginners, they are something to aim for, as the end result is a very satisfying sight.  It does take more experience to shape this bonsai properly, but you will get one of the most graceful bonsai trees available. The Fukien tea tree works perfectly as a bonsai once you have … Read More

False Shamrock (Oxalis): Types, How to Grow and Plant Care

While oxalis can be regarded as invasive when grown outdoors, quite a few varieties make for beautiful houseplants.  Oxalis plants are valued not only for their beautiful and unique foliage, but also the way the leaves react to light. When it gets bright enough, false shamrock, or oxalis, will open its leaves, closing them up again when it gets too … Read More

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