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!

Hart’s tongue fern

Hart’s tongue fern is a wonderful, refreshing fern to grow in the house and in the garden. It loves shade. Hit list of Hart’s fern facts Name – Phyllitis scolopendrium Family – Polypodiaceae Type – fern, perennial, indoor plant Height – 16 to 20 inches (40 to 50 cm) Exposure – part sun, shade Soil – ordinary Foliage – evergreen Flowering […]
Dreamy fronds of hart's tongue fern

Papyrus sedge or cyperus, plants for water

Papyrus sedge is a very beautiful plant, that thrives particularly well in damp settings, whether along a body of water, a river or simply in a pot resting in a saucer filled with water.
Papyrus cyperus leaf

9 orange-flowered plants for the garden

Orange flowers really make a garden feel peppy and active! Perennials, shrubs, bulb and annual flowers flash their orange hues for a vitamin-packed garden.
Orange garden flowers

9 red flowers for a crimson red garden

Red flowers bring intensity and movement to the garden. Whether you create a massive red flower bed or simply pepper the area with red clusters, you’ll feel the garden gains in depth. A great many plant species display deep red blooms in different tones and hues.
Exotic and adventurous red canna flower

Grahamii sage, a perfect score

Everything in it is subtle: small delicate flowers, light fragrance, rounded leaves, airy bush bearing, and it brings poetry to the mind when added to the bouquets you can prepare from it: grahamii sage will stay with you until the first frosts of the season.
Salvia grahamii

Ornamental cabbage, beautiful in winter

Ornamental cabbage is an annual plant that is very beautiful, with leaves that either stand straight or spread out, that are smooth or ruffled up, and come in many colors.
Deep purple ornamental cabbage

Biennials, easy enjoyment in every garden

Get ready to sow wonderfully cute bellflower, nasturtium, daisy, pansy and forget-me-not flowers among other wonderful summer blooms. These easy biennials are a must-have in the garden!
Foxglove, shown, is one of the easy biennials

Imperata cylindrica, a colonizer with blood-red blades… of grass!

While colonization among people is often subject to debate, regarding plants it can sometimes be dramatic. When Imperata cylindrica spreads outside of its native range, it turns invasive and disturbs entire ecosystems. Check whether you should refrain from planting it in your area. Native and invasive range of Imperata cylindrica Native to – SouthEast Asia […]
Native and invasive range of Imperata cylindrica

Gazania, easy and summer-worthy

Gazania, first of all, is a mesmerizing flower thanks to its summer blooming, but it is also surprisingly easy to deal with given that it is extremely resilient.
Cluster of yellow Gazania flowers

Madagascar Periwinkle

Madagascar periwinkle is a herbaceous plant native to the island of which it bears the name.
Beautiful madagascar periwinkle sprig

A fragrant garden!

There are innumerable fragrant flowers and plants that will bathe the garden in fresh perfumes that tickle our senses and increase enjoyment.
Honeysuckles help spread delicious smells for a fragrant garden.

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

China pink, very long blooming

China pink or Dianthus chinensis is perfect for lining edges, flower beds and garden boxes thanks to its magnificent colors.
China pink flowers.
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