Hostas have become one of the most popular shade tolerant perennials in the US. There are more than 2,500 different varieties. Find out how to plant, care for and divide your hostas.
If you are looking for a fast growing vine to cover a fence and have beautiful blossoms all summer long, the Rangoon Creeper is a good choice. The one I planted a year ago has almost covered the chain link fence I had installed in my front yard to provide a safe play yard for my Miniature...
The Bromeliad is an easy to grow blooming plant that is considered a tropical plant growing only in warm climates. It has beautiful multi-colored foliage and spiked blossoms, that can bloom red or pink.
Anthurium is one of the phenomenal flowers ever known due to very expensive price it had ever reached. One record said that good quality of anthurium had reached 55,000 US$, so it's very reasonable to know how to grow Anthurium for economy purpose, to anticipate a well known saying: "History...
Try planting the ornamental grass bunny tails (Lagurus ovatus) along a walkway. Its fluffy white cottontails, which first appear in early summer, will tickle your legs as you pass. At 1 to 2 feet high, bunny tails is also just tall enough to tickle a toddler’s nose.
Rose flowers are one of the beautiful creations of God on earth. A bouquet of rose flowers can brighten up minds with its own unique beauty and fragrance. This hub discusses the structure, uses and various myths associated with rose flowers.
Ideas for growing different types of plants and flowers in pots. A photo gallery showing some neat ideas I have come across and want to share. I hope to grow more small trees in pots in the future.
Adding a splash of color to your landscape is easy with easy-care summer annuals.
Gardeners are always looking for plants to grow in the shade. The Coleus is the perfect solution. They are colorful and very easy to grow. They propagate from cuttings very easily, too.
If you like easy to grow, drought tolerant, fragrant flowers that bloom from early summer to fall, I think you will love the four o’clock flower!