Snow Rose (Serissa Foetida) Bonsai Tree: How To Grow and Plant Care

The snow rose bonsai is a striking plant which will provide any interior with a serene look, with its twisted trunk, narrow leaves, and white flowers. It’s a plant suitable for bonsai growers who’ve tried their hand at this art before, as the snow rose is a fussy bonsai tree, difficult for beginners to master.  Here’s everything you need to … Read More

Sansevieria Cylindrica Plant: How To Grow and Plant Care

One of the easiest but among the strangest houseplants you can grow is Sansevieria cylindrica or the African Spear plant.  Like many plants in the sansevieria family, it is a tough plant which is hard to kill, and likes the dry, warm environment that homes tend to offer, which would kill more fussy house plants such as orchids. It’s instantly … Read More

Spirea Bushes: Different Varieties, How to Grow and Plant Care

Spiraea, usually misspelled as spirea, are great for areas of your garden that could do with a multitude of color and structure, and you don’t want to wait very long.  Spirea plants are renowned for their extended flowering season, whether you choose spring or summer flowering types, they will provide you with seas of color for a solid month at … Read More

String of Hearts Plant (Ceropegia woodii): How to Grow and Plant Care

As most houseplants rarely flower when kept indoors, one of the main things that’s attractive in a houseplant is its foliage, whether that’s for huge, dark leaves found in a colocasia, the ‘living stone’ look of a lithops succulent, or the messages of affection often seen in the string of hearts. If you’re a fan of trailing houseplants with unusual … Read More

Sea Grape Tree (Coccoloba uvifera): How To Grow and Plant Care

Known for growing across the tropical parts of South and Southeast America, the sea grape tree or Coccoloba uvifera is a beautiful shrub that’s often used to give any garden architectural structure and form, especially in coastal gardens. It helps that the foliage is evergreen, allowing for some shade. Here’s everything you need to know about the sea grape tree. … Read More

The Ultimate Guide To Repotting and Replanting Succulents

Keeping succulents is one of the most rewarding and satisfying pastimes, and it helps that they are very low-maintenance.  They vary wildly in appearance, and they are among the most unusual houseplants you can grow, such as the bear’s paw, or painted lady echeveria, or the spiral aloe. They are also one of the easiest houseplants to get started with, … Read More

Top 32 Amazing Looking Cacti and Succulents That Hang or Trail

All manner of succulents and cacti are great plants to grow both indoors and outdoors, but the trailing ones are on another level. They transform any container they’re in, adding a lot of interest and sometimes a huge amount of color.  They are especially great options when you may have, er, run out of space, but you still want to … Read More

Star of Bethlehem (Ornithogalum Plant): Types, How to Grow and Plant Care

It’s worth noting, that before you even consider growing this plant, it has a very vigorous habit, and in some places, it is considered invasive. It’s probably worth mentioning that quite a lot of plants we grow in our own gardens are considered invasive, such as mint.  Once you plant it, it is nearly impossible to get rid of it. … Read More

9 Best Squirrel Resistant Flowers You Can Grow To Protect Your Garden

Squirrels are very clever and resourceful creatures. They can be huge pests, not only to any bird feeders that you might have in your garden, but also to those precious bulbs you wait all season to flower. There’s nothing worse than waiting impatiently for your bulbs to sprout, excited about your new garden planting ideas, waiting to see how it … Read More

30 Best Types of Shrubs to Grow in Your Yard

Shrubs can add a wealth of structure and color to your garden, some of which lasts all year round. This helps fill in the gaps where flowers have finished for the season.  Without them, your garden may otherwise look a little empty or unloved, though you know the latter is not the case! Whether you’re looking to fill an empty … Read More

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