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Top 15 Most Beautiful Flowers You Can Grow In Your Garden Immediately

by Max on Wed, 02/26/2020 - 17:52
Classic florist flowers such as calla lily, gerbera, and orchids are often considered the most beautiful in the world by default. While it is certainly true that they are among the truly most appealing ones, I have tried to go beyond that and explore some not as obvious examples of striking floral beauty that are also garden and wildlife-friendly.
Red Spider Lily

Red Spider Lily - How to Plant, Grow, and Care For Lycoris Radiata

by Max on Tue, 02/18/2020 - 05:38
Red spider lilies are native to China, Korea, and Nepal, though they were introduced to Japan in the 1800s where they naturalized and have become symbolically associated with death. The flowers of this plant have an unusual look, and bloom in early fall in vivid red. They last just a week or two, during which time they fade to a coral-pink.
Beautiful flower blooming in the garden Blooming Mammillaria spinosissima

Mammillaria - Varieties & Care Instructions

by Max on Sat, 02/01/2020 - 18:04
Mammillaria is a genus within the Cactus family, which comprises over 300 varieties. The name ‘mammillaria’ comes from the Latin word for ‘nipple,’ which these cacti are said to resemble. Some types of mammillaria are extremely common and are popularly kept as houseplants or grown outdoors in warm climates. There are also some rarer varieties that are in demand with Cactus collectors.
Haworthia Cooperi

Haworthia Cooperi - Types, Growing & Care Tips

by Max on Sat, 02/01/2020 - 01:24
This plant is a small succulent with densely packed fleshy blue-green leaves which form a rosette shape. They produce flowers in summer which are white and held high above the plant on peduncles measuring up to 12 inches. These blooms are considered insignificant, and the plant is instead cultivated for its unique and attractive leaves.
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