Lemon Cypress

  Lemon Cypress (Cupressus macrocarpa var. goldcrest) The lemon cypress is also known as lemon cedar (2) It is quite used for its yellowish-green color (5),...

Peacock Orchid

Peacock Orchid - Acidanthera I introduce you the Peacock Orchid or Gladiolus of Abyssinia, or Acidanthera, a bulbous orchid native...

Croton Plant Care ( Codiaeum Variegatum )

Croton Plant Care (Codiaeum Variegatum) The croton plant or Codiaeum variegatum, we will be using both names to facilitate identification,...

Care Of The Tahitian Bridal Veil Plant (Tradescantia Multiflora)

Tahitian Bridal Veil Plant Care (Tradescantia Multiflora) At A Glance Not all Tradescantias are the same and require the...

How To Trim An Aloe Plant

How To Cut Aloe Vera Leaves This time I will explain you step by step how to trim an aloe...

Aloe Plant Turning Brown

Why Is My Aloe Plant Turning Brown   Aloe plant turning brown causes can be overwatering, excess of exposure to sunlight, and excess of...

Aloe Broomii

Aloe Broomii At A Glance Location: Outdoors and exposed to sunlight. In winter, it will not tolerate temperatures of...

What Are Stolons ?

What Are Stolons ? What are stolons? Stolons are a type of stem that...

Paphiopedilum Orchid

Paphiopedilum Orchids At A Glance Scientific name: Paphiopedilum OrchidCommon name:  Lady slipper orchid, orchid Venus sandal or Venus slipper ...

Orchid Diseases

Orchid Diseases In this article we will study thoroughly the different diseases and pests that can appear in...

Vanda Orchids

Vanda Orchids At A Glance Scientific name: Orchid VandaCommon name:  VandaOrigen: India, AustraliaOrchid type: Epiphytic or lithophyteFlowering: All year roundLocation: A lot of lighting,...

Cambria Orchid

Contents 1 The origin of Cambria orchids2 Care of the Cambria orchid at home2.1 Lighting and temperature2.2 Irrigation and humidity2.3 The substrate and the...

Red Tip Photinia: Evergreen leaf decoration

Profile Growth height from 150.00cm to 300.00cm Growth characteristics erect bushy Flowering time (month) May to June Sheet shape narrow elliptic ...

Dappled Willow (Hakuro Nikishi)

Profile Growth type Deciduous trees Small tree Bush Growth height from 250.00cm to 300.00cm Growth width from 100.00cm to 150.00cm Growth characteristics ...

Grow Peanuts Just For Fun

Origin From a botanical point of view, the peanut (Arachis hypogaea) is actually not a nut at all, but belongs to the papilionaceous plants (Faboideae)...

Garden cress (Lepidium sativum): A Spicy vital substance!

Garden cress (Lepidium sativum) General information Garden cress (Lepidium sativum) is very easy to grow and can be harvested as early as two weeks after sowing....

Black chokeberry: healthy wild fruit

Profile Growth height from 100.00cm to 200.00cm Growth width from 100.00cm to 200.00cm Growth characteristics Foothills dense bushy multi-trunk Sheet shape ovate...

Firethorn Bush: Bright fruit decoration

Profile Growth height from 150.00cm to 400.00cm Growth width from 150.00cm to 400.00cm Growth characteristics bizarre upright bushy Thorns or spines Flowering time...

Blackcurrants: Healthy soft fruit

Origin The black currant (Ribes nigrum) is a deciduous shrub, up to two metres tall with finely hairy shoots. The leaves, glabrous on the upper...

Growing Watercress: Water plant with healing properties

  Growing Watercress Origin Watercress, aalso called watercress or watercress, counts botanically to the family of the cruciferous plants (Brassicaceae). In addition to the watercress (Nasturtium...

Tetradium daniellii (Bee Bee tree): insect magnet with late flowering

Tetradium daniellii (Bee Bee tree) Origin The bee tree (Tetradium daniellii var. hupehensis, formerly Euodia hupehensis) is native to several Chinese provinces, including the eponymous...

Money Tree Plant (Pachira aquatica): an indoor plant

Money Tree Plant (Pachira aquatica) Origin The lucky chestnut (Pachira aquatica) originally comes from Mexico, Peru and Brazil, where it reaches heights of over 20...

Epipremnum pinnatum: An Easy-care climbing artist

Epipremnum pinnatum  Origin The ivy (Epipremnum pinnatum) is a climbing and leaf-ornamental plant and belongs botanically to the arum family (Araceae). It is native to...

Phlox Flower

Phlox   Most amateur gardeners know flame flowers primarily by their botanical genus name Phlox. The best known is the High Flame Flower (Phlox paniculata), a...

Pieris Japonica: filigree flowers and fiery red shoots

Pieris Japonica Origin The Japanese lavender heath (Pieris japonica) is also called shadow bell. The evergreen shrub belongs to the heather family (Ericaceae) and comes...

Caryopteris x clandonensis: The blue wonder

Caryopteris clandonensis (Caryopteris x clandonensis)   Origin The beard flower (Caryopteris x clandonensis) belongs to the verbenaceae family. It is a garden hybrid that developed in...

Salvia: The jack of all trades

Salvia Origin The plant genus sage (Salvia) belongs to the labiate family (Lamiaceae). For thousands of years, sage has been one of the most important medicinal...

Bugleweed (Ajuga Reptans): ground cover with healing properties

Bugleweed (Ajuga Reptans) Origin The Creeping bugle (Ajuga reptans) is a native wild shrub of the Lamiaceae family. Its distribution area stretches from Europe, Tunisia...

Bleeding Heart Flower (Lamprocapnos Spectabilis)

Origin The garden forms of the heart-flower originate mainly from East China and Korea, but some of the 12 species can also be found in...

Giant Hogweed (Heracleum mantegazzianum): a dangerous neophyte

Giant Hogweed (Heracleum mantegazzianum) Origin The giant hogweed (Heracleum mantegazzianum), also called Hercules, is one of the invasive neophytes. It is a so-called newcomer, which...

Calibrachoa Care (Million Bells)

Calibrachoa Care (Million Bells) Origin Magic bells are not of natural origin, but a pure form of culture. The pretty balcony flowers, also known as...

Snake Plant (Sansevieria Trifasciata)

Snake Plant (Sansevieria Trifasciata) Origin The hemp is also known as Sansevieria and belongs to the family of dragon trees (Dracaenaceae). Most of the species are...