How to Grow & Care Rose in Your Garden

How to Grow & Care Rose in Your Garden

There are over 300 species and a few thousands of cultivars of these woody perennials. They are probably the most popular flower in the world even though none of us enjoy their sharp prickles. Most roses originated in Asia, but there are also cultivars native to North America, Europe, and even Africa. Once you establish … Read more

11 Types of Jasmine Flowers: How to Grow & Care

Jasmine flowers originated in Australia, Oceania, Asia, and Europe. They are well-known for mesmerizing, exotic scent, which is often used in the perfume industry. Believe it or not, not all of these flowers are aromatic, but all of them are beautiful. Plant this fantastic flower in your garden and beautify it for many years.   … Read more

Growing Lilac: An Old Favorite Shrub with Colorful Flowers

Lilac is an old favorite shrub which originates from Southeastern Europe. Even though the word ‘lilac’ literally represents one of the shades of purple, the color of the flowers of this beautiful deciduous shrub can vary. They can be white, lilac, pink, lavender, deep purple, blue, magenta, burgundy, and even purple with a white rim. The … Read more

Fragrant Flower

21 Most Fragrant Flowers and Shrubs for Your Garden

Most of us prefer growing fragrant flowers in our gardens. Which one you will choose for your garden will mostly depend on the weather in your region and the average temperature there. Plus, don’t forget to choose plants blooming at the particular time of the day you want to enjoy the most potent scent. Regardless … 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

care Freesia

How to Grow & Care Freesia Flowers

If you want a beautiful, colorful garden, Freesia is a flower of choice. With white, bicolor, yellow, lavender, orange, ivory, pink, red, and purple blooms, it is probably the most cheerful plant on the earth. Plus, pink and red varieties are intensely fragrant, making your yard a flower paradise. This plant is in a group … Read more

Lily of the Valley

Lily of the Valley Flower: How to Plant and Grow?

Lily of the Valley (Our Lady’s tears, Mary’s tears, May bells, Muguet, May lily) originated in Europe, North America, and Asia. Since it needs colder temperatures and prefers growing in shadow, you can find this fragrant, herbaceous perennial in the forest. It always has two leaves and a flower stalk with fifteen tiny, scented, bell-shaped … Read more

Tuberose Flower

Tuberose Flower: How to Plant and Grow in Your Garden?

Tuberose (Rajanigandha, Nishigandha) is a popular tropical, highly fragrant, ornamental flower originated in Mexico. The Aztecs grew this plant 600 years ago, but it became popular worldwide in the 16th century. People extract the aromatic oil from its sweet-scented, white, star-shaped blooms arranged on the 12 to 18 inches (30.5 – 46 cm) long spikes. … Read more

How to Grow & Care Nicotiana in Your Garden

This heavily blooming, half-hardy shrub was named after a 16th-century Ambassador Jean Nicot, the first man who brought tobacco to the French court. Nowadays, we can find 67 species of Nicotiana coming from North America, Australia, and South Africa. The main characteristic of these plants is trumpet-shaped, fragrant blooms opening during the night. However, you can … Read more