Miniature roses can be grown outdoors in pots or directly in the ground. They make great border plants or just add color to a otherwise dull area of your flower garden. Here are a few tips on how to grow a miniature rose bush outdoors in your flower garden.
Crabapple trees are jewels in your garden, but they can be affected by weather and disease. Find out what plagues them and what you can do about it.
Acerola cherry is commonly grown in Hawaiian gardens. The fruits are delicious and well-known for their high Vitamin C content.
Among my favorite of flowering plants or shrubs is the Rose of Sharon. There are few things to me more beautiful than when this outstanding flower producer shows off its blooms in the latter part of the summer. Being part of the hibiscus (Hibiscus...
Learn how to grow Asclepias tuberosa successfully in your home landscape. Commonly called butterfly weed, Asclepias tuberosa is a no-fuss perennial plant that produces clusters of bright orange flowers in summer, attracting hummingbirds, beneficial insects and (of course!) butterflies.
Dracaena Marginata with it's colorful accented foliage has found itself among the most popular houseplants. There are a few things to know about caring for this striking specimen to keep it in good health. Look inside the Thought hole to learn more.
Be sure you know where you are planting foxtail fern plants so as not to conflict with other nearby plants. They are beautiful and can be lovely specimen plants.
If you are into agricultural farming or animal farming, knowledge on Azolla and on its production can do wonders to the farming you are into. Technically Azolla is a type of aquatic fern and is rich in organic nutrients. The Anabaena in Azolla helps to absorb nitrogen, and later on the nitrogen...
This page features 15 native perennial flowering plants complete with photographs of and information plus links to more about each. These beauties will thrive in the hot, humid South.
Garden like a professional using these inexpensive methods of making a greenhouse.