Garden Flowers - page 7

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!

Outdoor yucca, care and watering

Outdoor yucca is a plant native to Central America. Care is quite easy and you’ll be enchanted by the beauty of its leafage.
Outdoor yucca

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.
Five seed pods of pennisetum against a sunset-lit sky

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, well drained Foliage – evergreen Flowering – May to July This is a plant […]
Silver ragwort

Imperata cylindrica, a colonizer with blood-red blades… of grass!

While colonization among people is often subject to debate, regarding plants it can sometimes be dramatic. When Imperata cylindrica spreads outside of its native range, it turns invasive and disturbs entire ecosystems. Check whether you should refrain from planting it in your area. Native and invasive range of Imperata cylindrica Native to – SouthEast Asia […]
Native and invasive range of Imperata cylindrica

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
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