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There are many types of cherry trees - some are mainly grown for ornamental purposes like the famous Yoshino Cherry Trees while some produce great fruits like the Sweet Cherry Trees. Without ado, here are some varieties you might like to consider growing in the garden.
Watermelons are a delicious fruit that is refreshing and sweet and are perfect to be enjoyed ice cold on a hot summer day. These fruits grow on vines, and they require four months of consistently warm weather to thrive. Fortunately, though, they can be grown in most USDA hardiness zones, as cooler regions can start seedlings inside before the weather is hot enough to move them outside.
Echeveria are evergreen succulents that thrive in hot and dry climates or can be grown as houseplants. They are native to Mexico and Central and South America and are available in a wide selection of varieties and cultivars. All echeveria produce fleshy foliage in a rosette form, though their leaf color and shape can vary dramatically between types. They are easy to care for, and many produce attractive flowers. This list comprises some of the best types of echeveria.
Garlic is a bulbous perennial that belongs to the onion family. The bulbs are very flavorsome and are a common ingredient in cooking. They are easy plants to grow at home, requiring little maintenance and being adaptable to a wide variety of climates. There are hundreds of varieties of garlic, but they can all be categorized into two main groups; hardneck and softneck. From here, these groups can further be broken down into eleven types of garlic.
Sage plants encompass a plethora of plants that can be woody shrubs or tender herbs. Many are perennial in warm climates, but they are also popularly cultivated as annuals in cooler regions. Some sage plants are edible and commonly used for culinary purposes, while other sage plants are purely ornamental. Learn about the different types of sage plants here.
 Lattice Fence Ideas

17 Lattice Fence Ideas For Inspiration

by Maxon Wed, 07/08/2020 - 08:17
If you're looking for an alternative to a solid fence or wall around the boundary of your property, then lattice panels could be a good option. These have the advantage of being less expensive than most fence or brick options, and because they are not solidly constructed, they allow light through their gaps and enable you to see through to the spaces beyond. If this sounds like something that could work in your situation, consider these following lattice fence ideas to help rouse your imagination.
There are many types of worms, but those that we commonly encounter in our gardens are earthworms. These worms can be either beneficial or invasive, depending on whether they are native inhabitants of your area. To learn more about the importance of worms, and discover the different types of worms lurking underneath your soil, read on!
Best Shade-Loving Plants

13 Best Shade-Loving Plants For Shady Spots

by Maxon Wed, 07/08/2020 - 08:08
Shade-loving plants are great for brightening up dark corners of the garden where most plants will not grow. They also make great ground cover underneath trees or space-fillers in between larger shrubs and plants. This list includes some of the best plants for shady spots.
If you want to create a garden oasis that is based on an oriental style, you will need to carefully select plants that are indicative of Japanese culture and history. Fortunately, many plants that are native to Japan thrive in North American and European climates, so they can be easily incorporated into home gardens. For some of the best plants to give your garden a Japanese style, consider these options:
If you like to grow tropical houseplants, then the bathroom is often the perfect place to keep them, as it replicates their natural environment of high humidity. Bathrooms have high humidity levels because the frequent use of showers, baths, and faucets increases the moisture content of the air.
Types of Black Flowers

10 Types of Black Flowers with Pictures

by Maxon Wed, 07/08/2020 - 08:01
Black flowers create grounding effects and moody emotions in the garden. They add great depth by playing contrast to the green leaves of plants, and those yellow, or orange flowers. If you're looking for some plants with the mysterious black colors for a dreamy garden of your own, here are 10 types of black flowers. Keep in mind that they are not totally black, but have a mixed shade of dark colors like purple, maroon, red, or blue.
Green is the primary color of plant leaves. But we run into some stunning green colors on their flowers from time to time. So if you are looking for some special plants with green flowers, read on. We're going to cover 9 types of beautiful green flowers which you can easily grow in your home or garden.
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