Plants

Learn how to care for every type of plants from houseplants to ornamental plants. Bring more pleasure to your gardening life, and improve your garden/home design.

Types of Black Flowers

10 Types of Black Flowers with Pictures

by Max on Mon, 06/01/2020 - 07:42
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.
Types of Tropical Flowers

11 Tropical Flowers That You Can Grow Indoors or Outdoors

by Max on Sun, 05/31/2020 - 07:41
Tropical flowers are those that are native to tropical locations, typically those that are located close to the equator, and though they require typically hot and humid climates to thrive, they can also grow well as houseplants or when kept in greenhouses. Tropical flowers can also be grown as annuals in warm summer regions and can bring a wonderfully bright and colorful look to the garden. Tropical flowers tend to have quite an exotic appeal and can be very rewarding to grow. This list contains some of the best tropical flowering plants you can grow indoors or outdoors at home.
Types of Pink Flowers

20 Types Pink Flowers For Inspiration (Pictures & Care Tips)

by Max on Sun, 05/10/2020 - 06:11
As a blend between red and white, the pink color is associated with sweetness, romance, charming and feminine. People often use pink flowers like roses as romantic gifts, but there are many other flowers than just red or pink roses. In this article, we'll go into detail common types of stunning pink flowers you can grow.
Types of White Flower

12 Types of White Flowers with Pictures and Growing Guide

by Max on Sun, 05/10/2020 - 05:25
White is the color of perfection, purity, and integrity. If you want to add a touch of these characteristics above to your home or garden, or if you just love the color "white", our guide here will help you choose the most common types of plants with beautiful white flowers - all are included with detailed growing tips plus photos.
Types of Magnolias

12 Types of Magnolias with Pictures and Care Tips

by Max on Wed, 05/06/2020 - 03:59
Magnolia’s are classic trees that are known for growing in hot climates, though there are many varieties of this tree that are cold hardy and can be grown in a wide range of climates. These trees are easy to grow, they will adapt to almost any soil type so long as it drains well, and they will tolerate both full sun or partial shade.
Flowers that Start with S

10 Flowers that Start with ‘S’ - Photos + Growing Tips

by Max on Wed, 05/06/2020 - 01:36
If you ever run into a sunflower field, you'll be thrilled by this plant's attractive look. But starting with the letter "s", there is not just the sunflower. There are so many beautiful flowers that begin with "s". In this article, let's go into some of the most popular and easy to grow plants with stunning floweres starting with the character "s".
Types of Oak Trees

18 Types of Oak Trees For Oak Wood

by Max on Sun, 05/03/2020 - 04:46
Oakwood comes from the oak tree, although there are many types of oak trees around the world, with over sixty different types growing in just the United States alone. In terms of oak wood, it is usually categorized into two groups, red oak and white oak. Though you may think these would be easy to distinguish from one another, they have a lot in common in terms of aesthetics, and it can be hard to tell red from white purely at first glance.
Blooming bougainvillea flowers

Bougainvillea – How to Grow and Care for This Tropical Flower

by Max on Sun, 05/03/2020 - 03:13
Bougainvilleas climbing plants come in a vast variety of colors, including purple, pink, orange, and red. Bougainvillea has flowers that resemble colored tissue paper, hence the nickname Paper Flower. There are over 250 varieties of this plant, with some known to be very large climbers while others are dwarfs that only grow to a meter in height. Bougainvilleas thrive in hot climates, hence their popularity in the tropics and the subtropics as well as in hot European countries like Spain.
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