Salvia comes in different colors that are long-lasting Flowers.

Salvia – A Long Lasting Flower

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Salvia! comes in different color Long Lasting Flower. Of a number of salvias is grown in the garden blue salvia, or mealy-cup stage.

Portulaca Gandiflora – The Rock Garden Plant

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Portulaca Gandiflora is often thought of as rock garden plants because they do so well in that setting. They are tender annuals with succulent,...
Pelargonium is annual, tender perennial zones 9–1. The part of the plant used: Z fresh 3 fresh, dried with the height of approximately 2 ft.

The Pelargonium (geranium)

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Pelargonium is annual, tender perennial zones 9–1. The part of the plant used: Z fresh 3 fresh, dried with a height of approximately 2...
Matucana intertexta plants are usually solitary.

Matucana intertexta

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Matucana intertexta plants are usually solitary. The stunning flowers are oblique, pale orange to vermilion to scarlet, with violet margins, 7–10.5 cm (2.8–4.1 inches) long,...

Phlox Flower – A Glory of Summer Garden

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Most people are familiar with the tall Phlox Flower that is the glory of the summer garden. The Phlox Flower has big clusters of...
Zinnias are tender annuals that all gardeners love because they make a great show and are easy to grow.

Zinnia – The Flowers Come in Bright Colors

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Zinnias Flower is tender annuals that all gardeners love because they make a great show and are easy to grow. Zinnia is a genus...

Dahlia – Comes in Endless Flower Classification

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Dahlia is one of those plants with endless flower classifications. Some are single, like daisies. Some are like round balls others are “Cactus-Flowered”, “Orchid-Flower”...

The Pink Lady Slipper Flower

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The Pink Lady Slipper Flower is also known as the moccasin flower. It is very own much admired and often misunderstood wild native orchid...
George Engelmann named the barrel-cactus variation Ferocactus cylindraceus in 1853.

Ferocactus cylindraceus (Engelmann) Orcutt 1926

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Description: George Engelmann named the barrel-cactus variation Ferocactus cylindraceus in 1853. This unusual cactus poses a threat to plant collectors due to its exquisite...

Viburnum – Trouble Free Fragrant Flowering Plant

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Viburnums are a joy to grow because they are so trouble-free, and they offer so much. Most bear white flowers in mid or late...

Rose of Sharon comes in Number of Varieties Shades

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Rose of Sharon or Hibiscus syrfiacus is the chief value of this shrub, also known as “shrub althaea”, which lies in its late summer...

Diphylleia grayi flowers turns into skeleton in rain

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Have you ever heard about flowers turning into skeletons in the rain? The Diphylleia grayi is an astonishing flower with white petals that turn...

How to Grow Cyclamen Flower

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Cyclamen Flower is a beautiful plant. The flowers hover above the leaves like moths, on long wavy stems. The leaves are heart-shaped and often...

Ficus – Most Popular House Plant

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One of the most popular houseplants is the weeping fig, also called Ficus benjamina”, normally just called “ficus”. Though related to the edible fig,...

Mayapple – A Charming Plant if Used in a Right Way

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Mayapple is a very charming plant if used in the right way. In late spring each plant sends up what looks like two little,...
The stems are just long enough to be stuck in among the larger flowers

The Lovely Rounder Shape Grape Hyacinth Flower

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We can count on this bulb to bloom at the same time as my daffodils and tulips. It provides me with some blue accents...
Cardinal Flower

Cardinal Flower (Lobelia cardinalis)

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The cardinal flower is a symbol of joy and happiness, attracts abundance, and repels negativity. Red cardinal flowers are extremely showy and bright. During...
Turbinicarpus knuthianus may be propagated by both seeds and cuttings.

Turbinicarpus knuthianus: A Masterclass in Cactus Elegance

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Family: Turbinicarpus knuthianus is a species of the family Cactaceae. Altitude: About 1,700 meters above sea level. Scientific Name: Turbinicarpus knuthianus (Boedeker) V. John & Riha...
Cruciferae usually known as the mustards, or the cabbage family. Each flower has six stamens-four long and two short-and characteristic seed pods.

The Cruciferae (Brassicaceae)

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Most of the urban flowers illustrated here have obvious similarities. The flowers of honesty, wallflower, and shepherd's-purse are, like the cuckoo flower. There are...

Begonia – Grow a Perennial Flowering Plant

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Begonia or Tuberhybridais a genus of perennial flowering plants in the family Begoniaceae. The genus contains 1,795 different plant species. The Begonias are native...

Lily Flower Information – Wide Range of Shape Colors, and Sizes

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Lily Flower Information you should know before proceeding for lily. These are the true lilies as opposed to the daylilies described in this article...
Within the genus Quiabentia, there are two species one found in Brazil and the other in Bolivia, Paraguay, and Argentina.

Quiabentia (Britton & Rose 1923)

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Within the genus Quiabentia, there are two species: one found in Brazil and the other in Bolivia, Paraguay, and Argentina. There was early and lingering...

Fritillaria Imperialis – A Commonly Grown Plant

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Two types of fritillaries are very commonly grown in gardens. They’re like Mutt and Jeff. Fritillaria meleagris (checkered lily) has flowers shaped like little...

Lamium – Excellent Ground Cover for Shade

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Lamium is an excellent ground cover for shade. Because the common name is often given as “spotted dead nettle”. It is far too unattractive...

Rafflesia – One of Largest Flower in the World

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Rafflesia is a genus of parasitic flowering plants. It contains about 28 species including 4 partly characterized species as recognized by Willem Meijer in...