Category Annuals

Dianthus: How To Care For The Sweet William Flower
Annuals

Dianthus: How To Care For The Sweet William Flower

Dianthus (Di- AN- Thus) are perfect pot plants which are also known as pinks or Sweet Williams – Dianthus barbarous.They belong to the family of carnations and have a peculiar spicy aroma when they bloom.They are annual, biennial or perennial plants which are mostly fond as pot plants on various borders.

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Bacopa Plant Care: How To Grow Annual Sutera Cordata

Sutera cordata SOO-ter-uh kor-DAY-tuh known as the Bacopa plant buh-KOH-puh is an attractive, creeping annual plant hailing from the rainier regions of South Africa and belongs to the family Scrophulariaceae.The plant is sometimes commonly called Sutera.Bacopa Plant CareSize & GrowthDifferent varieties of Bacopa grow to various heights, most spread readily and are indeterminate (meaning they can spread as far as there is soil to inhabit and room to grow).
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Diascia Flower Care: Tips On Growing The Twinspur Plant

Diascia Dy-ASS-ee-uh comprised of 70 tender perennial species, annual, and herbaceous flowering plants, belonging to the Scrophulariaceae family.These are a delicate kind of plant, native to southern Africa, including Lesotho, South Africa, and neighboring areas.Certain varieties grow upright, while others spill over pots.
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Annuals

Growing Impatiens Plants: Vibrant Colors For Shade, Pots and Borders

It’s simple – growing impatiens flowers is easy.That could be the reason why the value of impatiens for easy, continuous color in the shade is frequently disregarded or overlooked.It may be from the confusion that has resulted from the various names attached to these tender annuals and perennials.They are called:busy lizzypatient lacysultan’s balsamsultanaglow-in-shadowBeloved Impatiens BalsaminaThe beloved, old-fashioned garden balsam, Impatiens balsamina, is quite different in character and in requirements, but belongs to the same family and sometimes gets involved in the general mix-up.
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