Myrtle Flowering Plant: Different Types, How To Grow and Plant Care

The name Myrtle is derived from the Greek word myrrh, which became a general word to refer to perfume, which is apt as the Myrtle flower can produce a lovely essential oil with an intense fragrance. The myrtle tree comes from the Myrtus genus of the Myrtaceae family, created in 1753 by Linnaeus. While around 600 species of plants were … Read More

Mimosa Flowers: Meaning and Symbolism

Known for its plentiful rays of sunny blooms, the mimosa was first discovered in Africa and Asia.  It needs a warm climate to thrive, and it has become more widespread since then, growing in Australia, and the warmer parts of the United States. It may not come as a surprise that this lovely plant is associated with joy and positivity, … Read More

Magnolia Flower Meaning and Symbolism of All Colors

People have found fossils of the magnolia which date back at least 100 million years, so the magnolia tree is considered to be one of the oldest flowering plants on the planet, and perhaps one of the first. In that time, it seems they’ve barely changed at all, so not only can you enjoy the true beauty of the magnolia, … Read More

Morning Glory Flower Meaning and Symbolism

There are many types of the Morning Glory flower, and while some flower at night, and some during the morning hours, all are beautiful. It’s worth noting that if you do want morning glory vines in your garden – be very careful where you plant them, as in some places they are classified as invasive, and they will shortly take … Read More

Top 18 Common Mexican Flowers You Can Grow

Encompassing different terrains in picturesque locations, many captivating flowers hail from Mexico, and some you’ll be more familiar with than others.  Some are even heavily featured in Mexican festivals, and their blooms are widely admired throughout the world.  With their diverse and adaptable traits, Mexican flowers are grown all over the world. In their native country, they’re used in local … Read More

Marigold Flower Meaning and Symbolism

Depending on where you’ll live, you’ll either associate the marigold with autumn, or the dizzy height of summer, depending on when it survives where you live.  Marigolds primarily come in warm, uplifting tones of yellow, orange, and red, or a combination of these. In some places, they’re even a tender perennial, while in colder climates, they are brief annuals. Marigolds … Read More

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