Begonias are flamboyant perennials for bedding, pot, and hanging basket decorations. They are typically fragile and colorful. They are a little old-fashioned reputation, but the bold new varieties are very different from the dainty plants that were usually used in bedding schemes. Some are planted …Read More
Add a splash of colors to your garden with beautiful flowers. This category is about raising colorful beauties outdoors. we have it all, whether seasonal or edible ones, and many more.
The flame violet plant (Episcia) is a lovely tiny houseplant with elegant foliage and small trumpet-shaped blooms. It is a member of the African violet family and has a more spreading or trailing shape than its more recognizable relatives. Instead, it resembles another near relative: …Read More
Roses are one of the most treasured flowers, but they may also be a little more tricky to care for and maintain than many other landscaping plants. A rose bush that is battling to survive will only blossom seldom. However, if you follow some basic …Read More
The most common Desert Rose (Adenium obesum) is a perennial succulent tree native to the Arabian Peninsula and Africa’s sub-Saharan regions. This small tree can grow about 9′ tall in its natural habitat. Nonetheless, its growth is easily controlled, making it an excellent container plant, …Read More
Anthurium is a lovely tropical plant with glossy foliage and heart-shaped blossoms. Anthurium plant care is relatively simple. It would be best if you did repotting anthuriumplants only when necessary. Photo by Monstera from Pexels Anthuriums don’t grow as quickly as some other tropical plants, …Read More
After the colours of your fall flowers fade, you may think you need to have patience till spring to enjoy beautiful flowers again. Most of us might think this way. But not quite! A variety of flowers in a range of colours bloom amid winter’s …Read More
Do you know flowers not only lay one’s eyes on as well as they are palatable? Our experience in consuming raw flowers is pretty limited. We rarely consume flowers directly from the garden. Flowers are more versatile than we think and there are many edible …Read More