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Creeping Lilyturf: A Flowering Perennial Groundcover - savvygardening.com
savvygardening.com
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.

9 Types of Unique Trailing Plants You Should Grow Indoors - balconygardenweb.com - Bolivia - city Boston
balconygardenweb.com
25.01.2024 / 06:31

9 Types of Unique Trailing Plants You Should Grow Indoors

If you want cool plants for your home, try these unique trailing ones! Like Trailing Begonia with pretty leaves, Trailing Jade for hanging pots, Trailing Rosemary for fragrant greenery, and Trailing Peperomia with nice patterns. Also, check out Trailing African Violet, Trailing Ferns, Trailing Spider Plant, and Trailing Calathea. Read more about each one below.

How & When To Plant Ginger Root - getbusygardening.com
getbusygardening.com
23.01.2024 / 17:20

How & When To Plant Ginger Root

Planting ginger is easy, but you have to do it properly and at the right time if you want to get a decent crop.

How to plant a bean plant - backyardgardener.com - France - Egypt
backyardgardener.com
22.01.2024 / 21:21

How to plant a bean plant

These were certainly known to the Ancient Egyptians and are probably natives of northern and western Asia. They are extremely hardy.

A Guide to Planting Gaillardia - backyardgardener.com - France
backyardgardener.com
22.01.2024 / 21:21

A Guide to Planting Gaillardia

Commemorating M. Gaillard de Marentonneau, a French patron of botany (Compositae). Blanket flower. A small genus of annuals and perennials, natives of America, with a long flowering period, useful for cut flowers. Somewhat untidy in habit, the long stalks fall about in wind and rain. Gaillardias need some twiggy stakes to help to keep the flowers clean and in full view.

Perennials that flower within a year from sowing - theenglishgarden.co.uk
theenglishgarden.co.uk
22.01.2024 / 11:13

Perennials that flower within a year from sowing

Among the herbaceous perennials we enjoy in gardens year-to-year are some that grown from seed go on to flower within 12 months, making these cost-effective and sustainable choices for new plantings.

Coastal Perennial Garden Designs for the home garden, Landscaping designs - backyardgardener.com
backyardgardener.com
21.01.2024 / 22:01

Coastal Perennial Garden Designs for the home garden, Landscaping designs

Transforming your barren, coastal home landscape into a seaside oasis can be an impossible task to imagine undertaking. The constant challenges of poor, sandy soil, shifting dunes, glaring sun, strong winds, and salt spray could be enough for many to throw in the trowel. Paying attention to the microdimates around your coastal nook can help you to create the perfect Etera Shoreline View garden. The plants in this Etera signature collection are adapted to survive in well-draining, droughty soils, but it is always wise to improve the soil with healthy topsoil and compost, as well as using additional drip irrigation while the plants are getting established. Mulching the garden with compost, seaweed, or other organic material will seal the soil against moisture loss and erosion and continue to improve your garden’s bloom. The Shoreline View collection will especially benefit in a position sheltered from the wind, such as nearby a fence, wall, or hedgerow, or on the leeward side of a sand dune. A combination of smart garden techniques and sturdy Etera Perennials that thrive in tough seaside conditions allows you to garden against all odds in the surf and spray of America’s coastal villages

Growing Guide for Echinops – Perennial Plant - backyardgardener.com - Greece
backyardgardener.com
21.01.2024 / 22:01

Growing Guide for Echinops – Perennial Plant

From the Greek echinos, a hedgehog, opsis, like, referring to the spiky appearance of the flower heads which resemble a rolled-up hedgehog (Compositae).

Erodium – Perennial Plant, How to grow - backyardgardener.com - Greece
backyardgardener.com
19.01.2024 / 23:46

Erodium – Perennial Plant, How to grow

From the Greek erodios, a heron; the style and ovaries resemble the head and beak of a heron (Geraniaceae). Heron’s bill. Hardy perennials, closely related to the hardy geraniums, or crane’s bills. There are dwarf species suitable for the rock garden and taller border plants.

Growing Guide for Galega – Perennial Plant - backyardgardener.com - Greece
backyardgardener.com
19.01.2024 / 23:45

Growing Guide for Galega – Perennial Plant

From the Greek gala, milk, ago, to lead; the plant was used as fodder for cattle and goats and was thought to stimulate the flow of milk (Leguminosae). Goat’s rue. A small genus of hardy herbaceous plants with pinnate leaves, useful for the border. The only species likely to be found in cultivation is G. officinalis, 3-5 feet tall with spikes of bluish sweet-pea‑shaped flowers in summer and autumn. It is variable in flower colour and has several varieties, including alba, white flowers, and hartlandii with larger flowers of a better lilac than the type. Cultivars include ‘Duchess of Bedford’, mauve and white; ‘Her Majesty’, clear lilac; `Lady Wilson’, blue and white flushed with pink.

Grow A Wheatgrass Centerpiece - backyardgardener.com - Iran - France - state Texas
backyardgardener.com
18.01.2024 / 23:01

Grow A Wheatgrass Centerpiece

Whether the snow is still blowing outside or your spring bulbs are already making their appearance, garden fever is in the air. One way to quench your need to get your hands dirty is to bring spring indoors by growing your own living decorations. Many gardeners are familiar with forcing cherry, forsythia blossoms & and spring bulbs but you can add to this by sprouting wheat kernels in containers for a beautiful centerpiece. In France, sprouted wheat is a symbol of the abundance of the upcoming season. March 21st, the first day of spring, also coincides with Norooz, Iranian New Year. Part of the celebration requires that green sprouts, normally wheat, decorate the table setting. The wheat sprouts symbolize the re-birth of the nature as spring emerges in the northern hemisphere.

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