Liliaceae – beautiful members of the lily family

Liliaceae plants often offer delicate, ethereal blooms. Their growing doesn’t require much care. Only the planting must be carefully prepared.

Companion planting in the vegetable patch

Just like humans, vegetables also have friends and foes. Some families stimulate or protect each other. Other families tire each other out and make each other vulnerable. Companion planting is the art of pairing them well!
Raised beds with companion planting

Colchicum, a flower to rediscover

Colchicum, or autumn crocus, is a very cute little bulb flower that blooms from the beginning of fall up to the first frost spells.
Colchicum

Daylily, easy and spectacular

Daylily is a beautiful perennial that belongs to the Liliaceae or lily family. It presents a wide range of colorful flowers.
Hemerocalle

Hosta, a plant for shade

Hosta is a perennial plant that displays cute discrete flowers from spring up to the end of summer, but its foliage is what makes it noteworthy.
Hosta leaves, green with white rims, in the shade

Lily, a majestic flower

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

Garlic, how to grow it

Garlic is a perennial vegetable plant which is a must-have in the vegetable patch. It craves sun.
Cloves of garlic ready for planting

Funkia, hardy and ornamental

Funkia is a perennial plant that bears cute discrete flowers from spring all the way to the end of summer, but its foliage is what makes it noteworthy.
funkia

Sansevieria, mother-in-law’s tongue!

Sansevieria, also called Mother-in-law’s tongue or snake plant, is a plant native to Africa. Used indoors, it boasts graphic designer leaves and is very ornamental.
Different sansevieria varieties in pots on a designer kitchen counter.
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