Category Archives for "Flowers"

23 of the Top Garden Plants with Large Flowers

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The saying “the bigger the better’ is somewhat true and the same goes to large flowers. Plants with flowers are a great attraction to any surrounding. These tend to give more color and better structure to a specific spot, including a dinner table. So, imagine the attention large flowering plants get. The beauty of any large flower makes a garden stand out.

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How Fast Does Ivy Grow – 4 Things You Need To Grow It Indoors

How Fast Does Ivy Grow And 4 Things You Need To Grow It Indoors

Do you picturise ivy lusciously growing up along the sides of the wall when you think about an ancient cottage? If yes, welcome to the club! I love these plants for their heart-shaped leaves that come in a variety of colors.

Nevertheless, despite its beauty, the Ivy is generally considered an invasive plant due to its rapid growth. If left unattended, it can smother a building, cover any tree, fence, or just about anything else it encounters.

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17 of the Best Fragrant Flowers for Pots

Best Fragrant Flowers for Pots Peony

What are the best, beautiful, fragrant flowers for pots that you can grow?

Many people like to see colorful flowers, especially if they are fragrant blooms. A beautiful flower becomes more attractive when its scent is as good as it looks. Having this kind of plant in your garden makes it more impressive and alive as it attracts many pollinators like bees and butterflies.

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18 of the Easy Annual Flowers To Grow From Seed

Sunflower Easy Annual Flowers To Grow From Seed

If you are a newbie who has found great interest in gardening or flowers in general, this article is certainly for you as we’re going to talk about some easy annual flowers to grow from seed.

It is not new to grow plants and flowers from seeds. In fact, it’s the most basic way to nourish flowering plants that can create a great view within your garden or yard in just a few weeks. You may keep them indoor before they sprout even during winter as most can be transplanted outside after 4 to 8 weeks. Or place the pots in your garden where you intend them to grow permanently. It is that easy and versatile to do this although patience is required.

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