Gardening Tips & Tricks

Philodendron Bipennifolium Facts

Philodendron Bipennifoliumis a newer plant that is making an entrance in the US. You can find this kind of plant in botanical gardens in the USA. Many people confuse Philodendron Bipennifolium with Philodendron panduriforme, but hey are two completely different plants. The plant we are talking about produces variable leaf blades because of ontogeny. The different shapes allow the plant…

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Faucaria tigrina
Autumn Flowers

Faucaria Tigrina Care

Faucaria Tigrina or tiger jaws is a fleshy succulent plant. It is used for decorations and it looks like a toothed plant with pointy leaves. The teeth of the leaves have purely defensive purposes, but form our human perspective, they make the plant attractive. Faucaria Tigrina Origins and Characteristics Tiger jaws is native to South Africa, where it grows in…

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Heuchera Black Pearl
Summer Flowers

Discover Heuchera Black Pearl

At a first glance Heuchera Black Pearl might not be the plant that you wish for, but when you take a deeper look at its characteristic and distinguished look, it can prove a great addition to any garden. Often dark foliage plants are overlooked, but landscape artists can combine such plant into nice flower arrangements. Black Pearl is one of…

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Rudbeckia fulgida Goldsturm
Autumn Flowers

Rudbeckia Fulgida Goldsturm Care

Rudbeckia Fulgida Goldsturm brightens many gardens in temperate regions during autumn. Its bright colored flowers seem to make summer stay a little longer. It makes early autumn happier and improves the looks of any garden. Rudbeckia Goldsturm Characteristics This flower is also known as Black Eyed Susan is eye-catching and it blooms in late summer or early autumn. It has…

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Summer Flowers

How Long Does It Take Zinnia Magellan to Grow?

Zinnia Magellan or on short zinnias are elegant and color rich blossoms that are among the favorite for many Americans. Learning when and how to plant them it is really important in order to succeed growing them. When to Plant Zinnias? These flowers are inexpensive to grow, but they offer a lot of nice and colorful blooms. The best time…

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Leucothe Scarletta
Autumn Flowers

Leucothoe Scarletta Plant Care

Leucothoe Scarlett or dog hobble is one of the lesser known garden plants. It is part of the Ericaceae family and it is an evergreen shrub with panicles of urn shaped flowers. It spreads fast and grows at about 4 feet. Its leaves go trough a lot of changes during a year. In spring the young leaves have a nice…

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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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Summer Flowers

Growing and Caring Arabian Jasmine Plant

Arabian Jasmine or Jasminum Sambac is part of the Oleaceae family. It is a shrubby plant, originating in India and it is present in many tropical climates around the world. It also appears in the Bible under the name mogra or mograw, making it holy to some people. Arabian Jasmine Varieties The multiple varieties of the plant are distinct from…

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