Cosmos Flower – The Ideal Plant For The Back of Your...

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The most common varieties are hybrids of Cosmos bipinnatus, a half-hardy annual with daisy-like flowers sometimes as large as four inches across, with beautiful...

Pachysandra Terminalis – Excellent Plant Around Tree Trunks

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Pachysandra Terminalis Few ground covers make such a thick, dense evergreen bed as Pachysandra Terminalis. It doesn’t do its job overnight but just wait, for...

Snapdragon – Perennials Grown Half Hardy Annuals

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Snapdragon (Antirrhinum Majus) are perennials grown as half-hardy annuals. Flowers grow on spikes of varying heights, from six inches to four feet. Rocket varieties...
Peony flowers are classified as “doubles” huge round balls with many petals, however, semi-doubles with fewer petals

Peony Flower – Doubles Huge Round Balls with Many Petals

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Peony flowers are classified as “doubles” huge round balls with many petals, however, semi-doubles with fewer petals and “single” with one sparser row of...

How to Grow Pulmonaria Plant

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Pulmonaria plant used to be called “lungwort. Its spotted leaves resembled diseased lungs and, in the homeopathic tradition of folk medicine, were thus supposed...
Red Clover-Trifolium Pratense is also a great source for is flavones, which gently mimic estrogens making this plant excellent for menopausal symptoms.

Red Clover-Trifolium Pratense

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Red Clover-Trifolium Pratense is commonly found throughout the northern hemisphere. It is also found in Western Asia, Europe, and Northwest Africa. However, it has...

How to Grow Pink Dianthus in Garden

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Pink Dianthus flowers are often pink but are sometimes shades of red or white as well. Sometimes Dianthus are marked with several colors. Some...
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.
Why I adore dahlias Like No Other Flowers

Why I adore dahlias Like No Other Flowers

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It's crucial that we do this at the beginning. Dahlias aren't the only flowers I love I absolutely love them. They're simply dazzling and absolutely stunning. Dahlias...

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”...

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,...

Pansy or Viola Tricolor Hortensis

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The garden pansy is a type of large-flowered hybrid plant cultivated as a garden flower. It is derived by hybridization from more than a...

How to Grow Petunia?

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Petunias are half-hardy annuals and are related to the potato and other members of the nightshade family. Their familiar trumpet-shaped flowers come in several...

Forget-Me-Not or Myosotis Sylvatica Flower

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Hardy biennials are often grown as hardy annuals, forget-me-nots or Myosotis Sylvatica Flower are typically bright blue but sometimes pink or white. Usually no...

Magnificent Tricolor Goblet Shaped Flower

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Photographer Rosie Nixon has given the name 'Tricolor' due to its purple-lilac goblet shape which also has a band of white and yellow at...
Lily of the Valley (Convallaria Majalis), every so often written lily-of-the-valley. Actually, its scientific name is “Convallaria majalis” and is pleasantly scented.

The Sweetly Scented Lily of the Valley

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Lily of the Valley is every so often written lily-of-the-valley. Actually, its scientific name is “Convallaria majalis” and is pleasantly scented. It is a...