Garden Flowers

All the flowers you can imagine are grouped here for you to discover exactly the flower that will match your landscaping ambitions. Take a look around!

Surfinia, the hanging petunia

Surfinia is actually a kind of hanging petunia that bears hundreds of small bell-shaped flowers. It is often used as a cascading flower to cover balconies and deck overhangs.
surfinia

Purpletop vervain, the verbena from Argentina

Argentinian verbena : Botanical name – Verbena bonariensis Common name – Argentinian verbena, Purpletop vervain Family – Verbenaceae Type – perennial, grown either as an annual or a biennial
Stem with cluster of Argentinian verbena flowers

Lily, a majestic flower

Lily is a truly exceptional bulb flower thanks to its blooming and also thanks to its leafage.
Lily flower

Propagate lavender with these 100% propagation guidelines

Lavender is a famous Mediterranean plant. Propagating lavender is possible through seed, cuttings and layering. In some cases, division of the lavender clump is also an option. Read also: growing lavender Seeds, easy but slow and not always true to form Natural lavender varieties have succeeded in reproducing through seeds over millennia. However, due to […]
Young propagated lavender shoots

Bulbs in clay and flooded soil

Bulbs must be planted in light ground if they are to develop properly. However, the soil of some gardens is clay and often waterlogged during the winter months.
Planting bulbs in clay soil

Daphne, a winter flower

A fragrance of jasmine and spices, an abundant blooming from January to the end of March… In winter, at a time where flowers are dire, daphne comes to enchant the garden.
A pink-flowered branch of a daphne shrub.

Colchicum, a flower to rediscover

Colchicum, or autumn crocus, is a very cute little bulb flower that blooms from the beginning of fall up to the first frost spells.
colchique

Winter planting

As long as it doesn’t freeze, it’s possible to work on flowering the garden or the balcony even in winter. Perennial and spring bulbs are on the planting checklist here!
Winter flower for planting, hellebore

White hellebore, immaculate white flowers in winter

Though it’s certainly the most famous one, Helleborus niger isn’t the only white hellebore in the world. There are indeed a good twenty species within the Helleborus genus, each of which is again subdivided into many varieties. Of these, there are quite a few hellebore with white flowers.
Single white hellebore

Tufted hairgrass, a grassy wonder that sways its fronds in the wind

Tufted hairgrass does just that – it brings on images of long-haired fairies waving their tufts in the wind! Deschampsia cespitosa grows easily, too. Deschampsia cespitosa key facts Botanical name – Deschampsia cespitosa Common name – tufted hairgrass Family – Poaceae Type – landscaping grasses
Deschampsia cespitosa tufted hairgrass

Helianthus, the famous sunflower

Helianthus is the scientific name of what is commonly called sunflower. It is a plant that grows either as a perennial or an annual and it blooms very beautifully. Helianthus facts listed out Name – Helianthus Family – Asteraceae Type – perennial or annual Height – 1½ to 10 feet (0.5 to 3 meters) depending on the species Exposure – full sun Soil – rich enough Flowering – July […]
Close-up on a helianthus flower in a field
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