How to Grow and Harvest Snow Peas Plant?

Even though their botanical name ‘Pisum sativum var. saccharatum,’ sounds complicated, snow peas are actually relatively simple to grow. These extremely tasty annual plants don’t require almost any extra care or excessive attention. Plus, you can save your own seeds for the next year. For a start, try to pay attention that snow peas prefer … Read more

How to Planting, Growing, and Harvesting Radishes?

Radish herbaceous plants originate from Southeastern Asia. Their cultivation started about 2700 years BC. Also, there is evidence that ancient Egyptians ate radishes before the building of pyramids. As for America, radishes are among the first cultivated crops introduced to this continent from Europe. These plants prefer a colder climate and, in really adequate conditions … Read more

How to Grow Buckwheat Plant

Growing Buckwheat: A Fantastic Plant that Can be Used as Tea

Buckwheat plant was domesticated in northwestern China 3,000 years ago, Now becomes one of the Chinese favorite teas. Over time, its cultivation was gradually spread across Russia and northern Europe and eventually came to the US as well. If you have decided to plant this fantastic plant in your garden, I have a few useful … Read more

How to Grow Calla Lilies

How to Grow Calla Lily Outdoor? (4 Tips to Care)

The name of this beautiful flower that originates from a marshy soil in South Africa comes from the Greek word ‘Καλά’ that means ‘good, beautiful’. Despite that name, Calla lily (Zantedeschia aethiopica) is not really a lily but a plant from the Araceae family. A Swedish botanist mistakenly cataloged it as a lily in the … Read more

How to Grow Sunflowers

How to Grow Sunflowers in Your Garden?

Sunflower (Helianthus) is a tall annual or perennial flower with one or more wide flower heads and fantastic bright yellow or red petals. They bloom in summer, and you can see 1,000 to 4,000 tiny individual flowers in each head. However, it is not only beautiful but a beneficial plant. Thanks to Russian botanists, who … Read more

21 Best Purple Perennial Flowers for Your Garden

21 Best Purple Perennial Flowers for Your Garden

Purple is considered a mysterious and dominant color, which has been a symbol of royal honors for centuries. Nowadays, you can use it in your everyday life. One of the superior advantages of the modern age is planting purple perennials in your garden, regardless of whether they are dark or light shade. With every flower, … Read more

13 Types of Hostas - Hosta Varieties You May Want to Know

13 Types of Hostas – Hosta Varieties You May Want to Know

Hostas (plantain lilies) are hardy shade-tolerant flowers you can grow for food or ornamental purposes. Since it is versatile plants, you can find varieties in the broad range of leaf shapes and colors. So, you can pick out among many types of hostas with white, green, blue, gold, and red leaves. Nowadays, you can find … Read more

15 Impressive Florida Perennials You May Love

South Florida perennials renthat live at least three years with cyclical bursts of blooms are the crown of impressive landscaping. Some of them are perennials, but gardeners in other states with more adverse climate treat them as annuals because they are too tender and can’t survive low temperatures during winter. Keep in mind that many … Read more

11 Types of Palm Trees in Florida

Florida is well-known for its palm trees. There are dozens of different species living there, but I would like to help you learn more about the most beautiful and attractive ones which thrive in the area. It is not too hard to distinguish different species in all their uniqueness. You should carefully observe their trunks, … Read more

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Painted Daisy: How to Plant, Grow and Care?

Painted daisy (Pyrethrum, Persian insect flower) is 24 to 36 inches (61 – 91.5 cm) tall plant, with lovely, 2 to 3 inches (5 – 7.6 cm) large flower heads. You will like petals spreading from the yellow, button-like center, making this flower one of the most beautiful ones you have ever grown in your … Read more