Friends! What are your gardening resolutions for 2014? Why not try something that you have never done before? Here is a list of 30 things that I would suggest. If you have anything to add to this list, please do not hesitate to leave a comment below this post. Build a miniature garden Start a […]
The plant featured today is Malcolmia maritima. Commonly known as Virginia stock, is a popular flower plant with gardeners because of its attractive flowers. It is a low maintenance plant that grows easily from seeds in almost any soil. The origin of Malcolmia maritime is Mediterranean Europe where it grows as a bushy annual. Being […]
Myoporum is a small genus of evergreen shrubs and small trees from Australia and New Zealand. Because of their low maintenance growth and ability to tolerate drought, Myoporum is widely grown in arid climates as hedge plant. Most species of Myoporum produce attractive foliage, white flowers and colourful berries that add to the beauty of […]
Macfadyena is a small genus of flowering vines from tropical regions of America. The one commonly known species from this genus is Macfadyena unguis-cati. The name translates in English as Cat’s claw creeper. Macfadyena unguis-cati is grown as an evergreen vine under full or partial sun. The plant grows up to 5 meters and uses […]
Hibiscus also known as Rosemellow is a large genus of flowering shrubs. These lovely bloomers are known for their beautiful satiny flowers that come in many different colors. If you garden in warm, temperate, subtropical and tropical regions, growing Hibiscus can be rewarding. For your inspiration, I am displaying 10 beautiful varieties of Hibiscus.