Creative DIY Gardening # 1

A perfect example of simple, creative and easy DIY project with toolbox and a couple of Aeoniums and Echeverias by pottedstore.com.

5 Unusual Plants for a Miniature Succulent Garden

I am a big fan of miniature gardens. They allow you a lot of freedom in a very limited space to grow your gardens the way you want – Japanese tea garden, a traditional Italian garden, a mini succulent garden or whatever creative or unusual you can imagine. Best Plants for a Miniature Succulent Garden […]

Wandering Jew: Colorful Ground Cover and Hanging Plant

Looking for a colorful addition to your garden beds, landscape or indoor garden? Try Setcreasea. Setcreasea is a group of low-growing perennials plants grown for their attractive and colorful foliage. They are very versatile plants and can be grown in garden beds or rockeries, as ground cover or ornamental hanging plants, or as indoor container […]

Evergreen Ornamental Tree for Arid Climates: Nymania Capensis

Also known as Chinese Lantern for its beautiful, rose-pink and papery seed pods that actually look like Chinese paper lantern, Nymania Capensis is an evergreen shrubby tree. It is native of hot and arid regions of Africa especially the deserts of Namibia. This small tree bears small but green, leathery and stiff leaves. The plant […]

Beautiful Ground Cover for Landscapes: Creeping Jenny

Lysimachia or Creeping Jenny is a genus of several annual and perennial plants from temperate and subtropical regions of Asia and Europe. Usually used as border plants and ground covers, Lysimachia bear attractive yellow flowers in spring. The most popular species from of this genus is Lysimachia Nummularia (Creeping Jenny), which is suitable for growing as […]

Fragrant, Winter Flowering Shrub for Beginners: Iboza Riperia

Iboza is a very versatile but usually unappreciated winter flowering shrub. It is easy to grow, blooms in late winter when very few plants flower, has aromatic leaves, and grows in almost any soil. The only cultivated species is Iboza Riparia that grows natively in South Africa. The name Iboza comes from the Zulu people […]