Garden Plants Published: Last Edits: Climbing roses are a species of rose hips and some varieties of garden roses with long branching shoots. All of them are representatives of the Rosehip genus and occupy one of the leading places in vertical gardening of gazebos, walls and buildings, perfectly combined with architectural forms of large and small sizes.
Tailed poultry - a new plant in folk medicine Once a former classmate came to visit me, as a gift she brought with her a large set of cuttings of all kinds of indoor plants, and when I began to arrange them in vases for rooting, a tiny green onion fell to the floor.
Arab Nativity We have already talked about many types of nativity scenes, but we have only mentioned the historical or oriental nativity scene; this, however, we can say, is one of the most traditional nativity scenes because it faithfully traces the place where Jesus was born. In fact, Bethlehem is known to all, it is located in the Middle East and therefore the settings that are usually used are, so to speak, poetic licenses that actually have very little to do with the historical origin of the nativity scene.
Home › Ornamental Gardens › Bulbs › Archive for Honey LilyGet Started What Are Nectaroscordum Lilies – Learn How To Grow A Honey Lily PlantBy Mary Ellen EllisA few honey lily bulbs add a spectacular focus to a flower bed. This is a unique kind of bulb many gardeners have never seen. Growing honey lilies is no more difficult than your other fall bulbs, so consider adding this unusual plant to your list.
Browsing: Showy StonecropSucculentopediaHylotelephium erythrostictum & 39;Mediovariegatum& 39;Hylotelephium erythrostictum & 39;Mediovariegatum& 39;, formerly known as Sedum erythrostictum & 39;Mediovariegatum& 39;, is a clump-forming succulent…SucculentopediaHylotelephium spectabile (Showy Stonecrop)Hylotelephium spectabile (Showy Stonecrop), formerly known as Sedum spectabile, is a succulent perennial that produces a cluster of erect…SucculentopediaHylotelephium sieboldii (October Daphne)Hylotelephium sieboldii (October Daphne), formerly known as Sedum sieboldii, is a beautiful low-growing succulent that sends out…SucculentopediaHylotelephium & 39;Autumn Delight& 39;Hylotelephium & 39;Autumn Delight& 39;, also known as Hylotelephium & 39;Beka& 39;, is a succulent perennial with thick, upright stems and chartreuse…SucculentopediaHylotelephium spectabile & 39;Brilliant& 39; (Brilliant Stonecrop)Hylotelephium spectabile & 39;Brilliant& 39;, formerly known as Sedum spectabile & 39;Brilliant& 39;, is a perennial succulent that grows up to 18 inches…SucculentopediaHylotelephium populifolium (Poplar-leaved Stonecrop)Hylotelephium populifolium (Poplar-leaved Stonecrop) is a slowly-spreading, deciduous succulent subshrub with dark brown stems and green…
By: Our sitePansies, like many perennials, don’t like wet feet. Unlike most summer perennials, they thrive in the fall and winter – a somewhat rainy season for much of the U.S. For gardeners in soggier growing zones, pansies’ preference for well-drained soil begs the question: can pansies grow in pots?
Common in older landscapes because of their quick growth, even the slightest breeze can make the silver undersides of silver maple trees look like the whole tree is shimmering. Because of its wide use as a fast-growing tree, most of us have a silver maple or a few on our urban blocks. In addition to their use as fast-growing shade trees, silver maples were also widely planted in reforestation projects.
A few years ago I was shopping at my favorite grocers and noticed they had something new in the produce department. It looked a bit like garlic, or rather a whole clove of roasted garlic, only blacker in color. I had to inquire and asked the nearest clerk what this stuff was. Turns out, it is black garlic.
There are summer residents who have no time to seriously engage in the garden, but they want to grow the most necessary vegetables. For them, there are varieties that almost do not require attention. Among tomatoes, one of these few varieties is Yablonka Rossii, which bears fruit early and quite abundantly. The fruit can be used fresh and is ideal for canning.
If a summer cottage or a personal plot is located in an area with difficult terrain, then when it is arranged, it is necessary to solve the issue of strengthening the slopes and slopes. Using retaining walls in the landscape, you can not only eliminate this problem, but also decorate the site with another architectural and planning element.
Scientific NameEuphorbia antiquorum L.Common NamesAntique Spurge, Euphorbia of the Ancients, Fleshy Spurge, Malayan Spurge, Malayan Spurge Tree, Square Cactus, Square Milk Hedge, Square Spurge, Triangular SpurgeSynonymsEuphorbia antiquorum var. polygona, Euphorbia arborescens, Euphorbia mayuranathanii, Tithymalus antiquorusScientific ClassificationFamily: EuphorbiaceaeSubfamily: EuphorbioideaeTribe: EuphorbieaeSubtribe: EuphorbiinaeGenus: EuphorbiaOriginThis species is native to southeast Asia, especially India, but can also be found in neighboring countries, such as Bangladesh, Burma, China, Indonesia, Iran, Malaysia, Myanmar, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Vietnam.
By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterLike all members of the milkweed family, balloon plant (Gomphocarpus physocarpus) is one of the best plants for attracting monarch butterflies. This unique shrub, which reaches heights of 4 to 6 feet (1-2 m.), is also known by a long list of alternate names including balloon cotton bush, family jewels, Oscar milkweed, goose plant, and swan plant to name just a few.