Bloody Cranesbill Flower
Spring Flowers, Summer Flowers

Bloody Cranesbill Flower – A Colorful Attraction For Your Garden

Coming from Europe, the bloody cranesbill flower has been a favorite among American gardeners for many years. It has won the GreatPlants award, being proposed b the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum. Bloody Cranesbill Characteristics Scientifically known as Geranium sanguineum, the lower is a rhizomatous perennial plant. It is a bush like flower that reaches a height of 15 or 16 inches…

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Deutzia Nikko
Spring Flowers

Use Deutzia Nikko as a Covering Shrub

Ground covering plants are quite hard to find, but they are among the best looking in a garden having a great visual effect. Deutzia Nikko is one of the top ground covering plants on the market. The name derives from the name of Johann van der Deutz who was a patron of famous botanists Carl Peter Thunberg (according to the…

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Autumn Flowers, Spring Flowers, Summer Flowers

Transform Your Garden with Daylilies

Daylilies (Hemerocallis) are a common presence in garden for many centuries. Originally there were about 15 varieties native to Central Europe and the Far East. Now, gardeners can choose frm over 34 000 hybrids. Daylily Charactheristics They are tough plants and can prosper in many environments that prove inhospitable to other species. Traditionally this plant dies over winter and will…

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Purple Crocus
Spring Flowers

Growing Crocus Tommasinianus or ‘Tommies’

Crocus Tommasinianus or ‘tommies’ is a member of the Iridaceae family. It is a spring flower and it is widely found in Europe. Being an early blooming plant it is a bees favorite as it contains a lot of yellow – orange pollen. Crocus Tommasinianus Origins This plant is native to woodlands and hillsides from south of Hungary and northern…

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