Persicaria

Persicaria also Known As FleeceFlowers Plants

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Persicaria From summer to autumn, these low-lying plants provide the prettiest ground cover. You’d be forgiven for not knowing what a persicaria is. Botanists have been shuffling the names for years – please don’t make me list...
Cosmos flower

Cosmos Flower And 5 Magnificent Varieties

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Cosmos Flower Cosmos flowers originate from Mexico However, their name is derived directly from their Greek words "kosmos," meaning "beautiful thing," and the beautiful things they can be. They thrive in borders, beds containers, cutting...
Hummingbird Bush

Hummingbird Bush: What Does a Hummingbird Bush Look Like?

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Hummingbird Bush The Hummingbird Bush, also known as Flame Acanthus, Wright’s Honeysuckle, and Wright’s Anisacanthus, is native to the Edwards Plateau's rocky regions in west-central Texas. This shrub to shrub-like grows to 3 to 4 feet...
Epiphyllum

Epiphyllum Growing: Epiphyllum Value Information

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Epiphyllum Epiphyllums are part of the cacti group, but unlike their desert cousins, they cling as ephiphytes to trees in the tropical rainforests of Central and South America. Several hybrids have arisen from this genus which...
Dipladenia

Dipladenia Vs Mandevilla: Growing Tips

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Dipladenia The main difference between Dipladenia and Mandevilla is the vegetation. Dipladenia leaves are delicate and sharp, dark olive and somewhat silky. Mandevilla vine involves broader leaves with a larger shape. The flowers are trumpet-defined in...
Passiflora caerulea

Passiflora Caerulea: The Most Common Outdoor Passionflower

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Passionflower Grow And Care Tips Passiflora caerulea Award of Garden Merit (AGM) is the most common outdoor passion flower, but I do not genuinely think there is a substantial difference in hardiness between that and...
Alstroemeria

Alstroemeria (Peruvian Lily) Essential Growing Tips

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Alstroemeria Alstroemeria is commonly referred to as the Peruvian Lily or St. Martin's flower. They were named after Klas Alstroemer, who introduced these plants into cultivation in Europe in 1754. Once considered a subdivision of...
Mountain Min

Mountain Mint Growing And Care Information

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Mountain Mint  Mountain mints are not confused with actual mints; they belong to a distinct family. However, they have a comparable growing pattern, look, and aroma and can be used in the same way as...
Philodendron Brasil

Philodendron Brasil: Brasil Heart-Leaf Philodendron

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Philodendron Brasil Looking for an ace of a houseplant? Try this hot new selection of heart-leaf philodendron Brasil (Philodendron scandens Brasil). You really can't help falling in love with this plant at first glance. With its...
Lithops

Lithops 3 Golden Rules Of Cultivating

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Lithops Are Amazing Rock Resembling Plants Easy-care lithops need very little water, lots of sun. Lithops are the best when there is no room on the windowsill for anything but the tiniest of plants. They...