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Hellebore Done for Another Year - gardenerstips.co.uk
01.08.2023 / 15:07

Hellebore Done for Another Year

I was tempted to cut the leaves from my hellebore a bit early this year but have decided to wait a bit longer. Here is a selection of 2018 flowers from RHS and my garden.

Growing and Floristry of – Peruvian Lily - gardenerstips.co.uk - Peru
01.08.2023 / 15:01

Growing and Floristry of – Peruvian Lily

Alstroemeria is a beautiful flower also known as Peruvian Lily or Parrot Lily.

Alstroemeria Interesting Facts AKA Peruvian Lily - gardenerstips.co.uk - Brazil - Peru - Chile
01.08.2023 / 14:57

Alstroemeria Interesting Facts AKA Peruvian Lily

Alstroemeria are a herbaceous perennial with mid-green, lance-shaped leaves and terminal clusters. Petals often have distinctive markings. They originate from Peru, Brazil and mainly Chile which also earned them the name ‘Lily of the Incas’

Gardening Jobs Not Done Before - gardenerstips.co.uk
01.08.2023 / 14:36

Gardening Jobs Not Done Before

The year 2020 is set to be memorable for far too many reasons. At the moment I will only stick to comments about plant and garden viruses but note we ‘caught a cold’ on the wet winter.

Diverse Use of Hostas - gardenerstips.co.uk
01.08.2023 / 14:33

Diverse Use of Hostas

Hostas can be used for in a variety of situations due to their diversity as a species. As basically known as foliage plants they prosper in the shade but have other uses.

Stephanie’s Coneflowers - finegardening.com - state New York - county Park
01.08.2023 / 08:05

Stephanie’s Coneflowers

My name is Stephanie Stewart, and I live in Averill Park, New York.

Fall Flowering Japanese Anemone - hgic.clemson.edu - Japan
24.07.2023 / 12:19

Fall Flowering Japanese Anemone

Japanese anemones or windflowers (Anemone x hybrida) are especially attractive additions to a partially shaded landscape. These beautiful perennials bloom in fall starting the second year, i.e., after becoming well established in the soil. Many shades of pinks and white are available, but the intense pink flowers against the dark blue-green foliage of ‘Lucky Charm’ Japanese anemone is outstanding!

Spring Is Here, And So Are My Anemones - hgic.clemson.edu - region Mediterranean
24.07.2023 / 12:03

Spring Is Here, And So Are My Anemones

Anemone coronaria is not your stereotypical spring-blooming face that you see around here. It originated in the Mediterranean regions, and its Greek-origin name is a reference to the wind – hence the common name of windflower – as it can be described as dancing in the wind on a spring day. Anemone is becoming more commonly available in retail outlets and, in my opinion, is a much better pick for long-lasting color in Southern landscape beds when compared to the infamous tulip. Now, don’t get me wrong, I love a good tulip, but they are notorious for being a one-hit-wonder in our landscapes, never to be seen in flower again. Often, the only traces of a tulip’s former existence is its unremarkable foliage that peeks out from underground for a brief moment each year. I have been impressed and delighted with the colorful show Anemone provides in the landscape. In my landscape, they have faithfully emerged from the soil year after year, forming an ever-denser patch. These traits make them a top choice spring-blooming bulb to add to the garden over tulips any day of the week.

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