Garden Flowers - page 2

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!

Propagate lavender with these 100% propagation guidelines

Lavender is a famous Mediterranean plant. Propagating lavender is possible through seed, cuttings, layering (ground and air). 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, […]
Young propagated lavender shoots

Lavender varieties that won’t bear seeds

Want to plant lavender but worried that it might turn invasive? Select a sterile lavender variety with seeds that won’t sprout. That way, blooming can continue unfettered without running the risk of turning invasive! Sterile lavender – selected Lavandin varieties Lavender is technically reported as an invasive plant in some parts of the world. In […]
Sterile lavender

Abundant ferns

Easy-going plants, ferns will transform any drab, damp dark corner of the garden into an elegant green plant decor.
Ferns covering the image

Bacopa, silver rain!

Bacopa is a very cute perennial plant that has the advantage of growing and blooming very well in the shade.
Bacopa

Aubrieta, cute little flowers

Pink, blue, violet, red or purple, mottled with gold or white, tiny aubrieta flowers are an enchantment in the garden when the spring sun first shines.
Aubrieta flower, close-up

Astilbe, remarkable foliage

Astilbe is a dense, bushy perennial, notorious and found appealing thanks to its very ornamental leafage.
Detailed flowers of astilbe

10 best blooms for summer flower beds

Summer is certainly the season when we’re always in the garden! The outdoors of the home must then be at its finest and share with us its most astounding blooms.
Summer flowers that are magnificent bloomers

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

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

Centaurea, a cluster of color for hard-to-flower areas

Centaury (or Centaurea) is a knee-height clump of wispy leaves that is dotted with beautiful flowers. It grow well in hard-to-grow places. Centaury key facts Botanical name – Centaurea sp. Common name – Centaury Family – Asteraceae Type – perennial
Centaury, centaurea

Flowers to grow for an easy flower bed

How to flower a garden without spending a fortune? Easy fast-growing perennials won’t need much care and will bloom for a long time. Every year, you’ll have the pleasure of seeing them thrive. They may even surprise you as they spontaneously self-sow in new spots of the garden. Make the most of the beginning of […]
Easy perennials to decorate flower beds

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

Lily, a majestic flower

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

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
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