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!

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

Wallflower, it loves climbing high

Wallflower is a little flower with an endearing scent that is a must-have in perennial flower beds for its colors as much as for its unique shape.
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Ornamental tobacco

Truly unexpected as a garden plant, ornamental tobacco used to be outlawed. Today, local governments recognize that this ornamental plant doesn’t pose any health risks. Ornamental tobacco, a short facts list Name – Nicotiana Family – Solanaceae or nightshade family Type – perennial Height – 20 to 60 inches (50 to 150 cm) Exposure – full sun, part sun, shade Soil – […]
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Ravenelle wallflower, easy and flower-bearing

This special variety of wallflower, Ravenelle, is a little flower with an endearing scent that is a must-have in perennial flower beds for its colors as much as for its unique shape.
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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.

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
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