Macro flowers: Snapdragon
Antirrhinum is a genus of plants commonly known as snapdragons from the flowers' fancied resemblance to the face of a dragon that opens and closes its mouth when laterally squeezed (thus the 'snap'). I went to the Auckland Domain and "snapped" these flowers at the Winter Garden Green House. As I saw the beautiful flowers, I remember my Grand Dad used to jokingly tell us about the elderly neighbour who was forever trimming his hedge and burning the cuttings, even in the hot tropical sun…
Mixed Foxglove | Digitalis purpurea | Michigan Bulb Company
Foxglove - An old-fashioned favorite, foxglove features tall spikes of bell-shaped flowers. Not only is it elegant, but foxglove is extremely hardy and easy to grow. Foxglove is also known for its resistance to pests and diseases. So if you want to increase your garden’s pest resistance, try planting foxglove along the borders. Check out our complete selection of foxglove today and tell the plant munchers they’re out of luck in your yard!
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Love hummingbirds? There are many different flowering plants you can add to your garden or balcony to attract and nourish these beautiful birds. Have a look at the suggestions and see what would work in your yard. Hummingbirds, like bees and butterflies, are essential pollinators for the garden. #sponsored
Coarse basal foliage in combination with striking flower spikes add an intriguing element to the landscape. Spiky bicolor white and purple blooms typically appear in mid-summer, from June to August.
How to Grow Peaches 'N Dreams Hollyhock
How to Grow Peaches 'N Dreams Hollyhock. Native to Asia, Alcea rosea is one of 60 species in the family Malvaceae that are commonly called hollyhocks. While the original hollyhocks featured a series of single blossoms on a tall flower spike, plant breeders such as Thompson & Morgan have developed new, ...
A number of us really sit up for our out of doors Xmas lighting each year? to several of us it’s just an compulsory paint .That’s form of unhappy, because it presents us a purpose to celebrate the outside at any given time of yr when we don’t get out into your back garden a lot. I imagine people who dread it only sense like that because they haven’t been motivated! So right here are some fantastic strategies for DIY Xmas outside lights to really cause you to need to celebrate the time!
Winter checklist: Prepare your garden, (roof) terrace or balcony for winter
It is quiet in the garden in winter. Many plants don't like the cold. Start preparing your garden in autumn. The checklist will help you.