Catharanthus Roseus, Evergreen Flowering Shrub

Catharanthus Roseus is a self-seeding and evergreen flowering shrub from Madagascar and tropical areas of Asia. Commonly known as Vinca, Periwinkle, Rose Periwinkle and Sadaa Bahaar (in Pakistan), Catharanthus is easy to grow and flowers throughout the year. Catharanthus Roseus does not require much care to thrive. It can withstand frost and drought, and produces glossy […]

Euphorbia milii, The Crown of Thorns

I have been growing Euphorbia milii (also known as Crown of Thorns) for many years and I grow it for many purposes. It makes a nice hedge plant, it is an excellent flowering bush for container gardening, and it adds beautiful colors to a landscape. Euphorbia milii is a bushy succulent and bears small yet […]

Lagerstroemia: Flowering Shrubs and Trees

Lagerstroemia, commonly known as Crepe Myrtle, is a genus of about 50 species of flowering shrubs and trees. Native to the Indian subcontinent, South Asia and Oceania, most species of Lagerstroemia are found in Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, China, Australia and parts of Central America. Lagerstroemia bears beautiful flowers of pink, purple, mauve and white colors […]

Nasturtium, Jewels in My Garden

I love Nasturtium for many reasons: its flowers stand out like small jewels, it is not so demanding and repels pests, it makes perfect plant to fill edges, empty garden beds, and containers… and i like its peppery flavor in salads 🙂 Nasturtium is a self-seeding annual and perennial herbaceous plant that bears white, yellow, orange, maroon and […]

How to Transfer Plants in Your Garden Landscape in 4 Easy Steps

The worst you can do to your newly purchased plants is rushing ahead and planting them in the ground. Of course, you are keen to see those plants growing in your landscape but this enthusiasm could hurt your plants. Ideally you should prepare both the plants and the ground before you start the job. Today, […]

Bottlebrush – Flowering shrub for hedges and screens

Bottlebrush are evergreen flowering shrubs from Australia and consist of about 34 species of shrubs known as Callistemon. The name comes from cylindrical, brush-like flowers that actually resemble a bottlebrush. Callistemon is available commercially in many colors. Most of the species are low growing shrubs that grow fast and attain a height of 4 to 4.5 […]