Garden Flowers - page 5

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!

Astilbe, remarkable foliage

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

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

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

Lily, a majestic flower

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

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.

White hellebore, immaculate white flowers in winter

Though it’s certainly the most famous one, Helleborus niger isn’t the only white hellebore in the world. There are indeed a good twenty species within the Helleborus genus, each of which is again subdivided into many varieties. Of these, there are quite a few hellebore with white flowers.
Single white hellebore

Wild hellebore species that you might stumble upon during hikes

Typically, when one thinks of wild hellebore, what comes to mind is the rare Helleborus foetidus. But there are other varieties that also exist in the wild, such as Helleborus argutifolius, a species that’s endemic in Corsica, Helleborus viridis, a cousin of the stinking hellebore that’s even more rare, and also Helleborus niger, which you […]
Hellebores in the wild in a forest

Delphinium, larkspur

Delphinium, also called larkspur, is an amazing plant that blooms from June to October.
Delphinium blooming with blue and white panicles

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 […]
Smartweed, or persicaria, blooming along an edge

Ornamental tobacco, beautiful flowers for a garden bed

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 – […]
Ornamental tobacco flowering in a garden

Rediscover true geraniums

Never get confused again between geraniums and pelargoniums! Most of the time, we call “geraniums” plants that actually belong to the genus Pelargonium.
Geranium and pelargonium together

Cleome, the spider plant

Cleomes are magnificent annuals that decorate our gardens in the middle of summer, producing large pink, white or violet inflorescences.
Pink cleome flower

Calibrachoa, a cascade of colors

Calibrachoa is a very beautiful flower that bears hundreds of small bell-shaped flowers often used as a cascading flower for suspended pots and overhangs.
Violet calibrachoa flowers

Dianthus, the “flower of the Gods”

Dianthus is a very beautiful small perennial, belonging to the Caryophyllaceae family, which is excellent to decorate rocky areas and low-lying walls.
Dianthus
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