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!

Herbaceous peonies, oriental beauties

Queen of flowers in China, peony was introduced to Europe after the Chinese emperor of the time had sent a collection of the flowers to Napoleon Bonaparte’s wife Joséphine.
Red herbaceous peony bloom seen from below

Drought resistant pot arrangements

Are you starting to feel that watering in summer is a chore? Wouldn’t it be pleasing to have only plants with no watering? Select plants that can cope with lack of water and you’ll have found a great solution to your problem!
Olive trees can cope with drought even when in pots.

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.

Dahlia, a Red Label to select them better

Developed in a profusion of shapes and colors, dahlias are available in a host of varieties. To promote the most beautiful and the most hardy, the distinguishing “Red label dahlia” seal of quality was created.
Dahlia red label "Purissima" variety.

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

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

Stonecrop, Sedum spectabile

A cute succulent that grows on its own, Stonecrop will grant you wonderful blooms when the temperature rises
Stonecrop bloom shaped like an umbel with pink-rimmed white flowers.

Nepeta, the catgrass plant

Nepeta is a cute blue-hued flower that is similar to both lavender and nettle. It adapts well to most climates, even cold and damp areas.
Catnip or Catgrass with a feline cat nipping at it.
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