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How To Grow And Care For Privet Shrub (Ligustrum Spp.)

One of the most popular species of shrub to have in your garden is the privet shrub, also known as Ligustrum.  They have a vigorous growth habit, and can produce white flowers, followed by black berries, making an interesting display in any garden.  However, there are some drawbacks with this plant, and it’s worth being choosy about the variety you … Read More

How To Grow and Care for The Bottlebrush Plant (Melaleuca/Callistemon spp.)

Bottlebrush plants are stunning, hailing from the myrtle plant family, and are native to Australia, but are grown across the world for their beauty. As you might imagine from the common name, these shrubs and trees produce very unusual flowers that look like brushes. Not sure if the bottlebrush is right for your garden? Here’s everything you should know. At … Read More

How To Grow And Care For Indian Hawthorn (Rhaphiolepis Indica)

Indian hawthorns are beautiful plants that don’t need a lot of attention, and provide you with plenty of color and structure into any garden, reliably flowering year after year. Not sure if the Indian hawthorn is for you? Let’s take a look at everything you should know about this plant. At A Glance: What You Should Know About Indian Hawthorn … Read More

How To Grow And Care For Ruscus Plants (Ruscus Spp.)

If you are searching for a plant that will thrive in a shaded part of your garden and fill in the gaps, bringing both height and color, one of the Ruscus species may be the answer. These shrubs don’t need a lot of maintenance, and will still be evergreen even in the fiercest of winters. Let’s take a look. At … Read More

How To Grow and Care for The Eugenia Plant (Syzygium paniculatum)

Hailing from New South Wales in Australia, the Eugenia plant, or Syzygium paniculatum is a beautiful plant found in the rainforest, but it also makes a stunning addition to gardens, too. It can be grown as a topiary, a bonsai tree, or a standard tree, if you live in a warm enough zone, that is. Let’s take a look. At … 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

How To Identify, Grow, And Care For The Honeysuckle Vine

If you’re looking for unusual flowers that provide gorgeous color and fragrance and attract many pollinators, you cannot go wrong with honeysuckle. It gives a romantic look to any planting scheme, and softens any landscape. Honeysuckles are usually vines, but you can get shrub types too, which make the perfect hedge.  Not sure if honeysuckle would be right for your … Read More

Peace Lily Flower Meaning And Symbolism

Peace lilies are very popular plants usually grown indoors. They are very forgiving houseplants and will tolerate a lot of conditions that other plants grown indoors would simply die in. They will happily weather drafty positions such as above fireplaces, as well as near windows and doors without any problems, and they will also survive low light without any issues.  … Read More

Star of Bethlehem Flower Meaning and Symbolism

The star of Bethlehem flower is a pretty bloom that hails from parts of Southern Europe as well as South Africa. This plant is grown across many parts of the world for its beauty. It’s grown as a companion plant as well as an ornamental, and in some places, it is used as a cut flower. But what does a … Read More

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