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Urn Plant (Aechmea Fasciata): How To Grow And Plant Care

Tropical plants have a special place in our homes, not only because they are relatively easy to care for indoors, but also because of the effect they have in any room, softening any design scheme as well as adding flair and color.  One houseplant you may or may not be familiar with is the urn plant, also known as Aechmea, … Read More

Lupine Flower (Lupinus): Types, How To Grow, And Plant Care

Lupines are beautiful plants that introduce plenty of color and life into any garden. They are easy to grow, and don’t need a lot of care, making them a popular choice in many spaces. There are about 200 different species to choose from, the majority of which come from North and South America, but you can also find some species … Read More

Passion Flowers: Types, How To Grow And Plant Care

Also known as Passiflora, passion flower vines are among the most beautiful climbing plants you can grow, with their instantly recognizable flowers, with a long flowering season. They will quickly cover any vertical surface, providing a great screen for any bare fence, wall, or trellis. Not sure if the passion flower vine is for you? Here’s everything you need to … Read More

10 Beautiful Tiny Flowers That Will Make A Difference in Your Garden

Flowers are one of the most important parts of any garden. But when we think about flowers, we typically want the biggest and the most dramatic flowers when we’re choosing new ones. There’s nothing wrong with this, of course, but there are times when the most miniature flowers make the biggest impact, especially if your garden is bursting at the … Read More

Periwinkle Flower Meaning And Symbolism

Periwinkle flowers are a favorite of many gardeners when they need something beautiful to act as a ground cover, filling in bare gaps in the soil, while also making sure that weeds can’t grow along the surface.  But what you might not know is that these flowers have a range of meanings depending on the context and the color of … Read More

CLIMBING HYDRANGEAS (HYDRANGEA PETIOLARIS): HOW TO GROW AND PLANT CARE

While hydrangea shrubs are a part of many people’s gardens, fewer know about the climbing hydrangea, which adds color and interest to any vertical surface, transforming a dull fence or bare obelisk into something amazing when the flowers are in bloom. It helps that there are many colors to choose from, including purple, pink, white, and blue, matching or contrasting … Read More

The Limonium Genus (Sea Lavender; Statice)

Also known as Caspia, or Marsh-Rosemary, Limonium is a genus of 120 different species, hailing from the leadwort family. They can be found across the world, but the greatest diversity belongs to the area between the Canary Islands, the Mediterranean, and the middle of Asia, where over a hundred species can be found. Limonium At A Glance Limoniums are lovely … Read More

The Felicia Genus (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

The Eryngium Genus (Sea Holly)

Part of the celery plant family, the sea holly, or Eryngium, is a genus of around 250 different species, some of which are annual varieties, and some are perennials. The biggest number of different species comes from South America, but most come from parts of Europe. Eryngiums are highly-prized ornamental plants, bringing a wealth of beneficial insects into your garden, … Read More

The Myosotis Genus (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

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