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4 Tips for Prolong and Long Lasting Orchid Flowers - balconygardenweb.com
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07.02.2024 / 06:25

4 Tips for Prolong and Long Lasting Orchid Flowers

Once orchids bloom, we all want their beautiful flowers to stay forever! However, as that’s too much to ask for, we can help you keep them fresh for a long time!

Creeping Lilyturf: A Flowering Perennial Groundcover - savvygardening.com
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29.01.2024 / 14:11

Creeping Lilyturf: A Flowering Perennial Groundcover

If you’re looking for a low-maintenance groundcover that also flowers, look no further than creeping lilyturf. This tough perennial has thick, blade-like foliage and forms attractive clumps. In this article, I’ll share more details about creeping lilyturf, along with how easy it is to grow and care for.

11 Flowers That Look Like Impatiens - balconygardenweb.com
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27.01.2024 / 02:01

11 Flowers That Look Like Impatiens

We bring you a beautiful array of blooms that resemble impatiens but also offer a different charm with their vivid hues and lush foliage!

12 Indoor Plants That Bloom According to 12 Months - balconygardenweb.com
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25.01.2024 / 10:57

12 Indoor Plants That Bloom According to 12 Months

These blooming specimens are according to the twelve months of the year to ensure you get flowers 365 days annually!

Late-Winter Blooming Plants for Pollinators in Pacific Northwest - finegardening.com - county Pacific
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24.01.2024 / 12:49

Late-Winter Blooming Plants for Pollinators in Pacific Northwest

After the torrential rains of December, it is a wonder that anything is blooming in Pacific Northwest gardens. Thankfully there are great plants that survive the downpours and even flourish when everything else is a soggy mess. Along with the plants surviving, there are insects that winter over in the trees, and they love to see the sunshine just like we do. As soon as the lukewarm sun starts hitting the trees, the groggy bees stumble out looking for some food (kind of reminds me of teenagers). It is essential that we gardeners provide early-blooming plants for these very important members of our planet. Interestingly, some bees are not at all particular about their food supply, while others are. Our goal should be to provide both native food sources and ornamental garden food sources. Nature’s creatures have a way of adapting to what is available, but they also search for specifics. The following are a few of my favorite late-winter-blooming plants for pollinators.

15 of the Best Smelling and Fragrant flowers - backyardgardener.com
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22.01.2024 / 21:21

15 of the Best Smelling and Fragrant flowers

Fragrance in flowers is such a desirable attribute that it’s a perennial complaint of many gardeners that modern varieties of various plants, particularly roses, lack all or most of the fragrance of the older varieties. This is demonstrably untrue of many varieties, of course, yet there is a good deal of truth in the generalization. Some varieties are certainly much less fragrant than the ‘old-fashioned’ roses and a few seem to lack detectable fragrance, but, on the whole, a good modern variety will number fragrance among its qualities. Much depends, of course, upon the individual sense of smell, coupled with the ‘scent memory’ which all of us possess to some degree. It is, in fact, usually well developed and most of us are readily and instantaneously reminded by present scents of past incidents, places, and persons, and although the actual vocabulary of scent is limited, it is usually possible for us to describe a scent fairly accurately by comparing it with another. Thus it is quite usual for us to say that a flower has a lily-like fragrance, or that it smells like new-mown hay.

LET’S PARTY: A 12-MONTH PARTY OF FLOWERS - backyardgardener.com
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21.01.2024 / 19:01

LET’S PARTY: A 12-MONTH PARTY OF FLOWERS

Whether you are planning a birthday party or a formal dinner for business associates, flowers can play an important role in the decorations. But you don’t have to settle for run-of-the-mill, one-color arrangements of carnations and daisies. Why not key the floral decor to the season or holidays and special events in the month?

Gardening with Shade Flowers - backyardgardener.com
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19.01.2024 / 23:45

Gardening with Shade Flowers

When acquiring plants for a shade garden, remember that plants grow slowly in the shade, so get large plants. Plants often grow differently in the shade and some experimentation with size and blooming times are in order. The following plants grow well in deep shade.

15 Flowers that Look like Peonies | Flowers Similar to Peonies - balconygardenweb.com - Japan
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18.01.2024 / 16:27

15 Flowers that Look like Peonies | Flowers Similar to Peonies

Are you looking for Flowers that Look like Peonies? Then, this list is for you; these beautiful alternatives can bring a touch of elegance to bouquets and gardens. They mimic the charm of peonies, adding a pleasing feel to any setting.

How Long Do Tulips Bloom? Find Out! - balconygardenweb.com - Usa
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18.01.2024 / 10:45

How Long Do Tulips Bloom? Find Out!

If you want to know about the flowering cycle of tulips and how long they bloom, well, this post has everything in detail.

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