Everybody knows the best indoor garden space is the den. Maybe that’s why many home remodels are becoming more and more focused on home maintenance. With all of that in mind, here’s our houseplants roundup of the absolute best things to grow indoors. Do yourself a favor and check out these indoor homes! HOUSEPLANT PREP… Continue reading Indoor Gardens That Do It For Us
Spontaneous awareness and surprise are two elements that encourage us to rejoice over the location and beautification of our garden spaces. The same could be said for horticulture and gardening in general. Our efforts and investments might well be paying off with beautiful ornamentals and verdant shrubs. We can all acknowledge that nature’s grace, nature’s… Continue reading Are Oxalis Bulbs the Perfect Option to Enhance Your Petals?
The Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory at Florida State University is a unique nature sculpture conservatory, and it is an important part of the Florida State University collection. It is open to the public for only one-hour lectures in the evening. The structure was named after CBS Chairman and CEO, the late Anna C. Whitcomb Scripps.… Continue reading A Rare Nature Sculpture Conservatory In Florida
All flowers are beautiful but often the flowers can be harmful depending on the type of plant and how prepared you are to care for it. Protect yourself and your plant with the following tips for caring for Peperomia Caperata Care. Plant in the shade to save moisture. Perennials do not produce stems when they… Continue reading Six Tips for Care of Peperomia Caperata Plants
Most peperomia obtusifolia plants have flowers that look like inflatable rubber balls. Rubber flowers are just over a foot tall. The plants don’t bloom in the summer season, so even though the flowers may look blooming like they should be getting ready to go to bed, it’s generally not the case. There are many reasons… Continue reading 7 Reasons Why Rubber Plants Aren’t Blossoming When It’s Extremely Hot Outside
Our planet is home to many different plant species, many of which we don’t yet know exist. But that’s no reason to let our eyes wander off to the back for the produce aisle. Plants do the exact same work to churn out their nutrient-rich leaves, flowers, nuts, fruits and everything else you’ll come across… Continue reading The 39 Newest and Most Unique Plant Species You Haven’t Heard Of Yet
We all know about the Heirloom Garden and the popular gardenia plants like the New Jersey Bluebell. After all, every garden should boast of one if not more Heirloom or flowering plants that make it special. Here are a few types of fresh bonsai and takoyama plants to add to your beautiful garden. String of… Continue reading We Need A Lot Of Heirloom And Takoyama Plants In Our Garden!
The best part about growing in our country is that we have every possible weather condition. Even when we’re not going on vacation, when the temperature drops down to below 50 Fahrenheit, we still enjoy this country and have quality leisure time. Anyway, with the weather being such a strange thing in our country, we… Continue reading How to make your garden grow
Perennials and annuals are both available for purchase as separate plants, but they differ in many ways. Though they’re a little tough to distinguish, here’s how they differ. If you want to know which ones to buy, you’ll need to know. If you want to know which ones to buy, you’ll need to know. Perennials… Continue reading What’s the Difference Between Annuals and Perennials?
The outdoor cooking trend has arrived on our front porch. Or at least it’s nearing or there with a lot of people. You want to be proud of that little corner of the yard where everything fun happens so perhaps it’s time to plant some fruits and veggies in an order that befits that space.… Continue reading Maintaining Outdoor Gardens: What to Plant Around Your House