Garden Flowers - page 4

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!

Ranunculus buttercup, truly unique flowers

Ranunculus are marvelous right from the beginning of spring and will bloom until the beginning of summer. The planting and care is simple and it is guaranteed to produce a great decorative impact!
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Madagascar Periwinkle

The Madagascar periwinkle is a herbaceous plant native to the island country of which it bears the name.
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Tetterwort or Greater Celandine, yellow-orange sap cures warts

Top Tetterwort facts Name – Chelidonium majus Family – Papaveraceae Type – medicinal plant Height – 16 to 20 inches (40 to 50 cm) Exposure – full sun, part sun Soil – rather rich Harvest – May to September. Sowing and planting Greater Celandine or tetterwort Very easy. Perform at the beginning of spring, directly in the growing bed. Comments on […]
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Silver ragwort, unique leaves

Silver ragwort, sometimes also called maritime ragwort, produces metal-gray colored leaves that are surprisingly attractive. Silver ragwort facts summary Name – Cineraria maritima Family – Asteraceae Type – perennial Height – 20 to 24 inches (50 to 60 cm) Exposure – full sun Soil – ordinary Foliage – evergreen Flowering – May to July This is a plant that thrives […]
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Delphinium, larkspur

Delphinium, also called larkspur, is an amazing plant that blooms from June to October.
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Smartweed, persicaria, polygonum

Smart Smartweed facts Name – Persicaria affinis Family – Polygonaceae Type – flower, perennial Height – 8 to 12 inches (20 to 30 cm) Exposure – full sun, part sun Soil – ordinary, humus-rich Flowering – June to October Foliage – evergreen Planting smartweed One usually plants smartweed from fall to spring while avoiding periods of deep cold. Propagate through crown […]
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Thistle, a prickly perennial!

Thistle is actually a generic name that includes many different perennials which have flowers that are addicted to needles!
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Pennisetum, a very cute grass

Pennisetum is a grass that exists in many varieties. It is planted more and more because it has become a extremely trendy plant.
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Pansies for the garden

Here is a small hardy plant that is easy to grow and that offers a great many different uses.
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A pansy for each season…

Not so easy to have a flowered garden in winter, is it? Pansy will do the trick. It can open up in full bloom in spring, in summer, and in fall, too…
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Preparing a bouquet of dried flowers

Easy to prepare, a bouquet of dried flowers has the advantage of keeping as long as you wish. Dried flowers can be arranged into magnificent bouquets
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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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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

Royal fern, Osmonda

Royal Fern or Osmonda facts Name – Osmunda regalis Family – Osmondaceae Type – fern, perennial Height – 5 feet (1.5 meters) Exposure – part sun Soil – rather moist Foliage – deciduous Flowering – none Planting royal fern, osmonda Spring or fall. Water abundantly after having planted your royal Osmonda. Propagation is through crown division in […]
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Armeria, sea thrift

Armeria, also called sea thrift, is a superb plant that makes for great lawns.
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