Plant Care for Begonias

Begonias are some of the most beautiful, visually interesting plants you can grow indoors. However, they can be a bit picky about light and water, though not overly delicate, making them a great intermediate-level plant project. Here’s what you need to know. There is virtually no end to begonia variety. With over 1,000 species andContinue reading “Plant Care for Begonias”

Planting moonflowers

If your back yard is used for entertaining and lacking a little beauty, then adding moonflowers can be the perfect  touch! The appealing fragrance of moonflowers in the garden come from large white or purple blooms on a climbing vine offering an amazing evening. Moonflower plants (Ipomoea alba) are perennial vines in sub-tropical areas, butContinue reading “Planting moonflowers”

From Garden to Kitchen.. Edible Flowers

There are many garden flowers you can eat. However, before you consume just any flower, take heed of these guidelines: Eat flowers only when you are positive that they are edible. Some flowers look VERY similar. Be sure to have a positive ID first. Only eat flowers that were grown organically. Many plants you purchaseContinue reading “From Garden to Kitchen.. Edible Flowers”

Air Plants!

Air plants known as Tillandsia, is the largest genus in the bromeliad family. There are more than 600 known species and countless hybrids. They’re native to Central and South America and even a small part of the Southern US. Air plants are usually divided into two categories: mesic and xeric, and much of what putsContinue reading “Air Plants!”

Planting Cactus Seeds

There are two ways of growing cactus; from seeds or cuttings. For cactus enthusiasts, growing cactus from seeds is rewarding though it requires patience! Growing cacti from seeds is not as hard as you might think. One of the most common mistakes people make is planting the seeds too deeply. You should only plant aContinue reading “Planting Cactus Seeds”

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