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Creeping Phlox

Creeping Phlox

The Creeping Phlox is a perennial native to the eastern portion of the United States. Also known as Phlox Stolonifera, Moss Phlox, Mountain Phlox, Star Rock Phlox, and Phlox Subulata, this mat-forming plant can be found in a variety of vibrant colors, including variations of white, blue, red, and even purple. It blooms between April and September each year.  The Appearance Of Creeping Phlox A member of the Polemoniaceae botanical family, the Creeping Phlox is a semi-evergreen favorite of many landscaping professionals. This plant provides a uniquely colored ground cover that brings a sense of boldness to any area. It is comprised of creeping stems that can grow up to two feet long. Its needle-like foliage is dark green and commonly referred to as mossy.  The Bloom Of The Creeping Phlox This herbaceous perennial has a sweet cannabis aroma and is in full bloom during summer and fall. Each flower has five flat petals and reaches a maximum width of around one inch. Each flower sports rounded lobes with distinctive notches. Its flowers tend to grow in clusters. This plant offers a stunning sweep of bright colors that resemble a moss-like carpet. This is a very hardy and low-maintenance plant breed. It's salt, drought, and even deer-resistant. Creeping Phlox In Your Landscaping This attractive perennial is ideally suited for bordering fronts, draping rock walls, and providing erosion control for disturbed slopes. It isn't prone to severe disease or pest infestation problems. Each mat will reach a height of between four and six inches tall. When in full bloom, this plant will attract various butterflies and bees.With an average growth rate, Creeping Phlox can quickly add a field of vibrant color to any garden. Placing multiple color variations next to one another will provide a sea of varying colors for any landscape. This genuinely unique plant will grow out to drape over any surface and take root even between the cracks in a rock wall. It's very versatile and can tolerate all different types of growing conditions.

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Milkweed Plant

Milkweed Plant

Milkweed Plant is an easy-to-grow plant that is essential for many butterfly gardens. Several characteristics that appeal to gardeners and butterfly watchers alike include its size, flowering time, sturdiness, and natural attraction for butterflies. They are typically found in Zones 3 to 9. It enjoys full sun but can deal with a bit of shade here and there. Milkweed Plants Can Get Up To 5 Feet High They usually appear in bunches of strong green stalks that could reach up to 5 feet high but typically 2 to 4 feet. Thanks to the sturdy nature of these stems, there is no need to prop them up; they will stand on their own. The leaves are various shades of green, thick and robust. They grow to about 6 to 8 inches long and 2 to 4 inches wide. It is ideal for planting to place these about 18 inches apart. Additionally, this flower requires no fertilizers and does well in less-than-perfect soil. Their flower pods grow from the top of the flower and are usually found in small groups, producing many flowers at once. The flowers grow to about .75 inches and .4 inches wide. They are generally light to dark pink and let off a lovely, sweet scent. The Milkweed Plant Grows Fruit Pods Fruit pods also grow on Milkweed plants. They are about 4 inches long and shaped like a sphere, with little nubs growing on them. The pods start out green and, as they mature, turn brown. At this stage, they can be used for flower arrangements. Once they dry completely, they will split open. Many seeds can be taken from one pod. Milkweed Plant Is a Vital Butterfly Garden Plant Finally, the Milkweed plant is an ideal and vital flower for Monarch Butterflies. Not only do they eat the leaves, but they also form their chrysalis and mature and hatch on the very same flower.

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Butterfly Milkweed

Butterfly Milkweed

The Butterfly Milkweed plant is certainly one of the most beautiful wildflowers in North America. Its beauty comes not only from its appearance but also from its fragrance. The plant that most people think of is A. Syriaca or the common plant. The Bloom Of Butterfly Milkweed The Butterfly Milkweed blooms out in a star-spangled banner-type display. At the top of the stem is a myriad of tiny flowers colored in a watercolor-like light purple. They also bloom in most other colors of the spectrum. The plant is blooming in yellow, orange, green, and pink. To propagate themselves, these plants develop a seed pod that dries and then splits open to spread hundreds of seeds in the fall. Benefits Of Planting Butterfly Milkweed Depending on the type of plant, it can grow from 2 to 5 feet in height. It grows in zones 3 to 9. This plant attracts the usual pollinating insects, such as bees, hummingbirds, and especially Monarch butterflies. Monarch butterflies love this plant because it is their main food source and also supplies a secure place for the female to spread her eggs, mostly on the underside of the leaves. Caring For The Butterfly Milkweed These plants are fast spreading, giving them plenty of room in your garden. They like from 6 to 8 hours of sunshine. A good place in the garden is where they are protected from the wind so that you can control the spread of the seeds. This helps prevent the plant from taking over your garden. This also provides a haven for the Monarchs. Most Butterfly Milkweed plants do well in just about any soil. The exception is the Swamp weed, which requires moist and humus soil. Plant them in a well-cultivated flowerbed that has been worked to a fine mix. Add the recommended amount of fertilizer for an average soil mix. There is no genuine special care for the soil. Sow the seeds and tamp the soil. Water the flower bed and wait.

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Trumpet Vine

Trumpet Vine

The Trumpet Vine, often called trumpet creeper, loves lean soil and drains well. This beautiful plant can grow up to 40 feet tall with a structure to climb on. It uses suckers produced by underground runners to attach itself to almost any surface. A single vine can spread to be more than 10 feet wide. Trumpet Vine's Captivating Leaves This plant produces beautiful leaves that are shiny, dark green on top, and dull green underneath. Each leaf, which can be up to 15 inches long, produces seven to ten 10-foot leaflets with serrated edges. The leaves turn yellow in the autumn. Where To Plant Trumpet Vine Plant Trumpet Vine in the full sun so that it produces flowers. The scarlet or orange flowers have a trumpet shape and can be up to 3 inches long. Blooms typically appear in the early summer and last until fall. If this plant does not get enough sun, it will still thrive but not produce flowers. After the flowers fade, the plant produces bean-like seedpods that can be up to 5 inches long. If left on the plant, these seedpods will eventually split open, releasing the seeds inside. If they land in the right spot, you can have another plant. Trumpet Vine Is Great For Ground Cover If left without a structure to climb, then the Trumpet Vine will use its suckers to spread across the ground. Using this vine as a ground cover can be very useful if you need to stop erosion. When left to crawl across the ground, the plant can also be very useful in camouflaging unsightly debris, such as a rock pile. Hardy Planting Zone- 3 to 9 Bloom Season (if any) - Summer Bloom Color – Orange, scarlet Height at Maturity –Up to 40 feet tall Soil Type Preferred- Lean well-drained soil Sun or Shade-Full sun

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Redbud Tree

Redbud Tree

The graceful redbud tree, or Cercis Canadensis, is a harbinger of spring with its racemes of pink-violet flowers. Native to the Mediterranean, it is now a familiar sight in the southern United States. It is also related to the pea, and its flowers resemble pea flowers. Hardy Zones Where Redbud Tree Grows It does best in warmer climates, so it is appropriate for hardiness zones 6 to 9, where the lowest winter temperature is never under -5 degrees Fahrenheit.  It is a small deciduous type that grows from 15 to 25 feet tall. It has a round, 15 to 25-foot round made of zigzagging twigs. Some grow as tall as 50 feet, though in the wild, it’s often an understory that grows in the partial shade of taller ones. It has several trunks and many branches and is heart-shaped, with alternate leaves that are 3 to 5 inches long. The margins are entire, which means there are no indentations or leaflets. They are smooth on top and glaucous beneath and have palmate veins. At first, the leaves are an attractive bronzy red, then lush green in the summer, and finally, shades of yellow or light brown in the fall. These colors ensure that the leaf is showy for most of the year. Soil Recommendations For The Redbud Tree Redbud Trees grow best in fertile, alkaline soil, though they do well in sandy, clayey, or loamy soil. They prefer the soil's pH to be between 6.0 and 8.0 and need good drainage, though they can tolerate periods of dryness. They flourish in full or indirect sunlight and need medium watering. They can tolerate deer and pollution and can be planted near black walnuts. Black walnuts release a poison that often kills other plants near them. Bloom Color Of the Redbud Tree Their breathtaking beauty is because the flowers appear well before the foliage. They are a stunning pink-violet or rosy-purple and arrive in great masses over old growth. About 3/4 of an inch long, they grow straight from the stems, branches, and even the trunk. They have fused sepals and five petals and are edible. This is one of the first to bloom in the south. The bloom season is usually from March to April, but they can bloom as early as February in warmer areas. The blossoms attract bees and other pollinators struggling to find nectar so early in the season. When the flowers fade, they are replaced by long 4-inch long seed pods. These pods, which are deep purple, are mature in the summer but can be seen on them into the winter. The pods resembled a weaver’s shuttle, or kerkis to the Greeks. This gave its genus name. When the pods split open, the seeds are eaten by birds The redbud tree is easy to take care of and needs a bit of pruning and fertilizer in the spring.

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Evening Primrose

Evening Primrose

Evening Primroses are very showy flowers with unique blooming habits. While yellow is the most common variety, they also come in tones of pink and white. Also known as Oenothera Biennis, Fever Plant, or Suncups, this heat-loving plant is drought-resistant and low-maintenance. Evening Primrose Blooms In The Evening Reaching over two feet tall with a two-foot spread at maturity, this flower derives its name from its unusual blooming habits. This biennial plant opens its flowers around sunset and closes them around noon the next day. A member of the Onagraceae family, this plant's roots penetrate deep into the soil. The Evening Primrose Growth Native to North America, Evening Primrose has a rosette leaf style at its base. Tall, hairy stems will shoot up and play host to lance-shaped leaves. These stalks will take on a purple hue as they grow. At the stem's apex, you'll find four-petaled cone-shaped flowers that love to bloom in clusters between May and September. Even better, they each emit a gentle, lemony aroma that is pleasant for any home gardener. This fast-growing herbaceous plant makes it the perfect addition to any open landscape area you want to fill. The plant's ability to grow in poor soils makes it ideal for hard-to-grow spots in any garden. This hardy plant is self-seeding and isn't prone to severe diseases or pest infestations. It's deer-resistant and will attract bees, butterflies, and various birds. The Appearance Of The Evening Primrose In late July, the Evening Primrose will transition from flowers to fruit pods. These pods will be filled with close to 1,000 seeds that will be spread around via the wind to repropagate the plant. They are typically about one and a quarter of an inch in size and appear much thicker at their base than at their tip.

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Purple Coneflower

Purple Coneflower

The purple coneflower is an excellent addition to any miniature garden that blooms in the summer and fall. This showy flower has a fibrous root system ideal for growing in different soil conditions. Also referred to as Echinacea Purpurea, this plant is drought, deer, and rabbit resistant.  Purple Coneflower's Features This herbaceous perennial is regularly used as a bordering plant due to its ability to propagate quickly. It's easily identified by its unique, showy arrangement of flowers. Each one of this beautiful plant's stalks will play host to a giant purple to pink hue flower. All flowers will have a spiny orange center and drooping petals. Purple Coneflower's Benefits Native to the central and southeastern portion of the United States, the plant is a delight for all types of gardens. It is commonly utilized in wooded areas and meadow-like expanses. This easy grower isn't prone to any serious diseases or pest infestations. Its sweet summertime nectar will attract an abundance of beautiful wildlife. Bees, hummingbirds, goldfinches, and other songbirds will all seek out this plant's nourishing seeds.  Purple Coneflower has a long-lasting bloom, providing a sweet color throughout most summer and fall months. A great cool-tone addition to any household garden, this robust plant will grow up to four feet tall and have a spread of between one and a half and two feet wide. A single healthy plant can showcase between 25 and 50 prominent flowerheads during its blooming season each year.  Purple Coneflower's Beauty Apart from its overly showy flowers, the Purple Coneflower has lance-shaped leaves with an altering arrangement. With a deep green hue, these leaves will feel sandpapery to the touch. Also sporting a green color, this plant's stems are round and hollow. They don't possess any woody substance like some other herbaceous plants do.

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Red Cardinal Flower

Red Cardinal Flower

The Red Cardinal Flower is an American wildflower native to the midwestern region, including Michigan and Wisconsin. Lobelia blooms are tall perennials that flourish in USDA hardy planting zones 1 through 10.  Red Cardinal Flower's Appearance Tall spikes of splendid red, trumpet-formed blooms transcend the dull green foliage. Each bloom has three spreading lower petals and two upper petals assembled into a tube at the base. Erect verdant stems, frequently in groups, with racemes of blossoms looking like flaring red spires. They add a beautiful, bright touch of color to any landscape or floral garden. They are deer and rabbit-resistant yet attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Red Cardinal Flower's Bloom Developing cardinal blossoms sprout amid summer and, in some cases, into fall. Many insects have a hard time following the long necks of Red Cardinal Flower, so cardinal blossoms rely upon hummingbirds for preparation. Cardinal blossoms develop best in areas with morning sun and evening shade, aside from cool zones requiring full sun. They also require clammy, ripe soil and perform best, considering organic matter is incorporated into the dirt before planting. Planting Red Cardinal Flower The mature height of the Red Cardinal Flower is typically 24 to 48 inches. The seeds must be planted indoors 8 to 10 weeks before the late frost in delinquent winter. You can transfer the blossom seedlings outside four weeks after you planted them in the fitting plate, picking a zone with full sun or incomplete shade and rich, loamy, and ideally wet soil. For best results, place a 2-to 3-inch layer of natural mulch around the blossoms and water consistently, keeping the dirt continually sodden for the bloom amid the developing season. The bloom is not dry-season tolerant and performs best with continuously wet soil.

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Solomon's Seal Plant

Solomon's Seal Plant

Solomon's Seal Plant is a hardy perennial that produces subtle white blooms in the spring and summer months. When fully matured, it can reach a height of up to six feet. This shade-loving perennial possesses gently arching stems that are dark green. By the formal name of Polygonatum Biflorum, this herbaceous flower can be a great addition to any shade garden. The Solomon's Seal Plant Is Deer-Resistant This deer-resistant flower yields many tiny flowers that take on the shape of a bell. These one-inch pendant flowers will hang down in pairs from an arching, unbranched stem. Each stem will host ten or more pairs of flowers. These fragrant blooms will smell refreshingly like lilies. As the summer turns into fall, the Solomon's Seal Plant will drop their lovely bell-shaped flowers and replace them with non-edible berries. The Luring Berries Of The Solomon's Seal Plant These berries will be blue-to-black and attract wildlife like birds and squirrels that forage. This flower's long, four-inch leaves will transition into an attractive yellow color during the autumn months. This long-living perennial is a favorite for many home gardens as it adds depth and contrast. These dense colonies of arching stems are highly tolerant of many adverse conditions. They pair well with ferns in any home garden. Native to the eastern region of North America, this deciduous flower is well-known to be a great pollinator for hummingbirds, bees, and butterflies. This perennial is often used to prevent soil erosion in unstabilized areas. Solomon's Seal Plant Grows In Large Colonies Solomon's Seal plant will flourish in large colonies and is easygreen thumbs. These thick and fleshy flowers get their name fr rhizomes with rounded scars. These scars appear to resemble two inverted triangles, the known symbol of King Solomon.

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Lily Pads

Lily Pads

Lily pads, scientifically known as "Nymphaea," are aquatic plants belonging to the family Nymphaeaceae. They are widely recognized for their iconic round, flat leaves that float on the surface of ponds, lakes, and slow-moving streams. These fascinating plants have captured people's imaginations for centuries due to their unique characteristics and aesthetic appeal. Lily Pads Are Mostly Found In Freshwater Lily pads are primarily found in freshwater habitats worldwide, with the majority of species inhabiting tropical and temperate regions. Their leaves are characterized by their circular or heart-shaped appearance, which allows them to float effortlessly on the water's surface. The undersides of these leaves contain tiny hairs that help trap air, providing buoyancy and allowing the lily pads to stay afloat. Their primary function is to provide shade and protection for aquatic creatures living beneath them. They are essential habitats for marine organisms, including fish, insects, frogs, and microorganisms. The shade they provide helps regulate water temperature and reduces the growth of algae, which can be beneficial for maintaining water quality in aquatic ecosystems. Lily Pads Are Known For Their Beautiful Flowers They come in various colors, like white, pink, and yellow. These fragrant flowers often emerge above the water's surface on tall stalks and are pollinated by insects like bees and beetles. After pollination, the flowers give way to fruit-containing seeds, which can help in the propagation and dispersal of lily pad plants. Significance Of The Lily Pads In some cultures, they hold symbolic significance. For example, in ancient Egypt, they were associated with rebirth and the cycle of life due to their ability to rise from the muddy depths of ponds to produce stunning flowers. In conclusion, they are remarkable aquatic plants that play a vital role in the ecology of freshwater ecosystems. Their unique structure, floating leaves, and beautiful flowers make them a fascinating subject of study and inspiration for artists and nature enthusiasts alike.

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Old Fashion Snowball

Old Fashion Snowball

Old Fashion Snowball, scientifically known as Viburnum opulus 'Roseum,' is a classic and beloved ornamental shrub cherished for its stunning, globe-shaped clusters of white flowers and rich history in gardens. This deciduous shrub is a member of the Adoxaceae family and is native to Europe, North America, and Asia. It is commonly called the Snowball Bush due to its striking resemblance to a cluster of snowballs, especially when in full bloom. Old Fashion Snowball's Flowers One of the shrub's standout features is its large, round flower heads, reaching 8 inches in diameter. These flower heads comprise numerous tiny, individual flowers that appear in spring to early summer. Initially, they have a greenish tint, but as they mature, they turn pure white, creating a spectacular visual display in the garden. The fragrance of the flowers is subtle but pleasant, adding to the shrub's charm. Growth Of The Old Fashion Snowball The shrub usually grows to 8 to 12 feet (2.4 to 3.7 meters) with a similar spread. Its attractive, dark green, three-lobed leaves provide a lovely backdrop to the snowball-like blooms. The foliage may turn red in the fall, adding to its seasonal interest. Old Fashion Snowball Is Relatively Low-maintenance Old Fashion Snowball is relatively low-maintenance and adaptable to various soil types, although it thrives in well-drained, slightly acidic soils. For optimal flowering, it prefers full to partial sun exposure. Pruning can be done after the flowering season to maintain shape and encourage new growth. The Old Fashion Snowball Viburnum is a focal point in gardens, as a hedge or screen, or on mixed borders. Its timeless beauty and ease of cultivation have made it a favorite in gardens for generations, and it continues to be a popular option for those looking to add a hint of classic elegance to their outdoor spaces. Whether you're a seasoned gardener or a novice, this viburnum is sure to captivate with its timeless charm and stunning blossoms.

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Black Eyed Susan

Black Eyed Susan

Black Eyed Susan, scientifically known as Rudbeckia hirta, is a vibrant and popular flowering plant native to North America. It belongs to the Asteraceae family and is renowned for its striking golden-yellow petals with a dark brown to black central cone. This distinctive appearance has earned it the common name. These beautiful wildflowers are aesthetically pleasing and hold cultural significance and ecological importance. The Growth Of The Black Eyed Susan They typically grow as perennial wildflowers in their native habitat, which stretches from the eastern United States to the Midwest. However, due to their long-lasting and robust nature, they are often cultivated as annuals or perennials in gardens and landscapes. These hardy plants can thrive in various soil types and are drought-tolerant, making them a popular choice for low-maintenance gardens. The Features of The Black Eyed Susan One of the most attractive features of the black-eyed Susan is their ability to attract pollinators such as bees and butterflies. These insects are drawn to the bright flowers, aiding pollination and supporting local ecosystems. Furthermore, these flowers are known for their versatility, as they can be used in various landscaping settings, from wildflower meadows and cottage gardens to formal flower beds and borders. Black-eyed Susan Symbolism In terms of symbolism, Black Eyed Susan is often associated with encouragement and motivation, symbolizing the strength and determination needed to overcome challenges. They have also found their way into various folk traditions, with some Native American tribes using them for many purposes. In conclusion, the Black-Eyed susan is a visually stunning and ecologically valuable wildflower with a rich cultural history. Its bright, cheery appearance, adaptability, and role in supporting pollinators make it a favorite among gardeners and nature enthusiasts alike. Whether you encounter them in the wild or cultivate them in your garden, they are a delightful addition to any landscape, adding beauty and ecological benefits to their surroundings.

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Blazing Star

Blazing Star

Picture a Blazing Star Plant at the water's edge of a pond, then color that cattail a vibrant purple, and transform the plant from the water to the prairie, or in your case, your garden, and you've got a great sense of the Plant. Capable of reaching heights of up to 4 feet, the plants are majestic, and many people love to cut them and put them in vases in the house. Where To Plant The Blazing Star The plants grow ideally in a half-shade, half-sunrise environment. Since they grow so tall, they are frequently used at the back of gardens to define the back edge. They are exceedingly hardy plants that do well in almost any type of soil as long as there is adequate drainage.  The Blazing Star's Bloom Time Blazing Star blooms from July to August, which makes it ideal because many spring and early summer bloomers tend to look quite drab after their early blooming period. One perfect thing about plants is that they are impervious to all common plant diseases.  Attract Wildlife With Blazing Star  The plants attract bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds, making them a great asset to your garden. Most people purchase the plants by buying tubers from a garden shop, although they can also be propagated with seeds. Blazing Star can be spaced as close as 6 inches apart, and many people love to grow three or four in a decorative pot. An excellent garden idea is to make a complete path of the plants in your backyard using decorative pots. Another advantage to the plants is that if you have a lot of deer around, they tend not to be interested in eating these plants.

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Larkspur

Larkspur

The Larkspur plant is recognizable thanks to its airy, towering spikes of beautiful blossoms. While the most commonly found hue of these soaring beauties is blue, they also can be found in violet, white, red, yellow, and pink varieties. At full maturity, the traditional species of this plant can reach up to nine feet or more, while more modern versions will reach a maximum height of around four feet. A member of the Ranunculaceae family, this flower's regal spikes are long-lasting, even after they've been cut. The plant can be found in annuals, biennials, and perennials. Native to the Northern Hemisphere, this graceful plant can be called Delphinium, Lark's Claw, Knight's Spur, Consolida Ajacis, and Lark's Heel. Larkspur's Attributes One of the most significant attributes that set the Larkspur aside from the rest is how its petals mature. You'll see this plant flower in late spring to late summer. They grow together to create a hollow-like pocket. This pocket will have between two and five spurs near its apex. Each flower will possess a black or white center, known as a bee.  Larkspur Is very Unique. Its leaves are unique in size and style. This plant usually has between three and seven lobed palmate leaves, with lobes that vary in number and size depending on the individual plant species. Its deep green, soft, fern-like foliage provides the perfect backdrop for summertime blooms.  Benefits Of The Larkspur Larkspur plant is known to be deer and drought-resistant. It's low-maintenance, making it the perfect colorful addition to any household garden. This herbaceous plant will surely attract butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds throughout the year's warmer months. Many landscapers will use this versatile plant for garden edging, backdrops, and walkways. Its horizontal prowess, combined with its gorgeous hues, makes it one-of-a-kind in the horticultural world.

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Turk Cap Lily

Turk Cap Lily

The Turk Cap Lily is a lovely six-petaled flower with gorgeous bright orange flowers and dark spots. It has a sleek, upward curve makes it seem like it is reaching for the sun. Below, at the base, the leaves combine green, yellow and muted green. These lovely perennial lilies can grow to between 3 and 7 feet tall and it's not unusual for a single plant to produce as many as up to 12 blossoms. Typically, they bloom from the early to mid-summer, and the blooms last up to a month. These lovely flowers do best growing in zones 5 through 8. Turk Cap Lily's Flowers The flowers are very popular with bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. Plant these lovely flowers as a landscape edge, and your backyard will soon be buzzing and fluttering with activity. Plants from bulbs form in the fall in rich, moist, wet, organic, slightly acidic soil. Planting Turk Cap Lily Since Turk Cap Lily grows so high, plant it in the back of your garden as a cap to your backyard greenery. This vigorous plant still prefers to grow in at least light shade or filtered shade areas. It will grow in complete shade, but you will probably need to stake it as the plant will lean towards the sun. Caring For Turk Cap Lily If you live in the country, though, be sure to grow Turk Cap Lily in an area enclosed by a fence because deer love these precious blooms as snacks. While the plants prefer loamy, wet soil, ensure the soil drains and there is not too much water. Be sure to add 5-10-5 fertilizer to your soil if you want your plant to grow high and produce plenty of blooms. Water regularly in the first two years, less after that.

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Blanket Flower

Blanket Flower

Blanket Flower, scientifically known as Gaillardia, is a striking and colorful perennial plant known for its vibrant daisy-like flowers and ability to attract pollinators to gardens. Native to North and South America, this plant is a popular choice among garden enthusiasts for its low maintenance requirements and stunning appearance. Features Of The Blanket Flower The most distinctive feature of the flower is its blossoms, which typically measure 2 to 3 inches in diameter. They have a prominent central disk surrounded by brightly colored ray petals in various shades of red, orange, yellow, and sometimes even bi-color combinations. The vibrant hues make the flower stand out in any garden, and its warm colors are often associated with summer and fall landscapes. Where To Grow Blanket Flower Blanket flowers do well in dry soil and full sun, making them an excellent choice for sunny borders, rock gardens, or even xeriscape gardens. They are known for their drought tolerance, making them a perfect option for regions with hot, dry summers. Once established, these hardy perennials require minimal care and are resistant to pests and diseases. One of their appealing aspects is their capability to attract pollinators. The nectar-rich flowers serve as a valuable food source for these insects, contributing to the overall health of the garden ecosystem. Additionally, their long blooming period, which often spans from late spring through early fall, ensures a steady supply of nectar. Splitting The Blanket Flower Gardeners can propagate them through seeds or the division of established clumps. Regular deadheading, the removal of spent flowers, can prolong the blooming period and encourage continuous flower production. However, allowing some seed heads to mature can attract finches to the garden. Blanket flower is a visually striking, low-maintenance perennial plant prized for its vivid, daisy-like flowers. Its adaptability to various garden conditions, drought tolerance, and role in attracting pollinators make it a popular choice for gardens across North and South America. Whether you're a seasoned gardener or a beginner, the plant can add color and life to your outdoor space.

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Forsythia Shrub

Forsythia Shrub

Forsythia shrubs offer an increasing embodiment of aesthetics and a natural look in compounds, and flowers are increasingly becoming common. However, the difference lies with the quality of the flowers. Among the quality flowers that you should consider planting are shrubs. These non-native flowers bloom in the garden with yellow petals in the early springs. Forsythia Shrub's Mature Height These deciduous shrub flowers thrive in well-balanced soils and reach a maximum height of 10 feet. In the most impoverished soil conditions, the flowers slightly surpass the rate of 2 feet in height. The flower can attain a varied range of width. The width spans from 2 feet when the flower is still young and grows to 12 feet in width when it is mature. Forsythia Shrub Is Adaptable To Many Different Climates  Forsythia Shrubs are gaining popularity owing to their adaptability to various climates. They quickly adapt to a hard zone with a 3b to 8 rating. As a result, the flowers survive sunny environments. These plants are commonly grown in all soil types, such as clay, sandy, and loam. However, the quality and intensity of the petals can be increased by planting them in well-drained and moist soil. Before planting the flowers, soil testing should determine the pH. They perform best in soils that range from a pH of 5.0 to 8.0. Benefits Of Planting Forsythia Shrub The natural and beneficial effects of Forsythia Shrubs on the compound have made it most people's favorite and are common around homes and resorts. They offer screening functionality in the landscape setting. As the flower matures, it produces non-ornamental seeds whose capsules change from green coloring to brown on maturity. The bulb produces yellow flowers around April or early May before the leaf falls out. The flowers perform significantly in the early months of spring. This forms the season of interest for the flowers, but some varieties exhibit a yellow fall of the leaf color.

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Black Cohosh Plant

Black Cohosh Plant

Black Cohosh, also known as Actaea racemosa, is a native North American plant. It is part of the daffodil and buttercup family and is a fast-growing plant that thrives in a variety of well-drained soil types. It is a beautiful flower that can adorn gardens and natural areas around your home. Black cohosh does best in zones 4-9 and is fairly drought tolerant. Black Cohosh's Flowers The flower can grow anywhere between 12-24 inches tall. It blossoms during June, July, and August and lasts three weeks. The Black Cohosh flowers don't have petals. Instead, they look like a cluster of white pearls. They also resemble a large candle that stands out nicely among summer blooms. They hold their color longer than other shade plants. Its stem is narrow and smooth and divides into three parts as it grows. Its flowers have an unusual smell that some might say is unpleasant. It repels insects like bees, gnats, and flies. In the past, the root was used to treat snakebites. It's also pollinator and deer-resistant. The Black Cohosh Plant Appearance One stalk can contain dozens of these peal-like flowers. As it grows, it takes on a shade of green that gives it a unique appearance, though it tends to fall off shortly after the flowers bloom. It is usually found in shaded to partially shaded areas, but it can also grow in full sun. Black Cohosh Plant Uses The Black Cohosh plant not only looks great in the yard but can also be used medicinally. This unique plant extract is believed to help with inflammation and work as a sedative. Women have been known to use it to help with painful menstrual symptoms and relax the uterus muscles. It can also be used to lessen cough spasms that come with bronchitis and pneumonia.

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Painted Trillium

Painted Trillium

Painted Trillium is one of the most stunning perennial wildflowers of the North American eastern woodlands. It can be found in the Canadian provinces down the Appalachian forests and into Georgia. Painted Trillium's Appearance Painted Trillium's beautiful single white flower has three wavy-edged petals, each bearing a deep scarlet V. These are framed by three deep green bracts that look like leaves, lending the flower a simple elegance that can fit into any garden’s color scheme or style.  The Requirements Of Painted Trillium Flowers appear in late spring, last several weeks, and will grow from eight to 18” tall. They can tolerate various garden conditions, including shade or wet. They prefer acidic soil, making them a perfect companion for dogwood trees, magnolias, and other acid-loving garden plants. In some regions, the plant is known as the laurel trillium because it is often found flourishing at the roots of woodland laurel. It will thrive even in the deepest shade, making it a perfect adornment for the shady spots in the garden that other flowers can’t manage.  Planting Painted Trillium Once the long-lasting beauty of Painted Trillium fades away, late summer to early fall is the best time to plant new ones. While it’s possible to raise the plant from seed, germination can be dauntingly lengthy, making rhizomes or mature plants a better choice for establishing these pretty blooms in your garden. Once set in, they will slowly establish themselves and reproduce, providing you with snow-white blossom drifts each May and June. They’re happiest in moist soil rich in organic matter. Mature plants will produce a lovely scarlet berry in the fall, and then return year after year, often for several decades.

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Pink Princess Dogwood

Pink Princess Dogwood

The Pink Princess Dogwood, scientifically known as Cornus florida 'Rubra,' is a stunning and famous ornamental tree cherished for its exquisite flowers and remarkable foliage. This small to medium-sized deciduous tree is a cultivar of the native flowering dogwood (Cornus Florida) and is celebrated for its unique and vibrant features. Pink Princess Dogwood's Blossoms One of the tree's most striking attributes is its enchanting blossoms. Before the leaves emerge in early spring, this tree bursts into bloom with large, showy, four-petaled flowers. These blooms vary in shades of pink, ranging from soft pastels to deeper, more vibrant hues, creating a breathtaking display. The flowers often appear before the tree's leaves, making them even more eye-catching. The Leaves Of Pink Princess Dogwood As the tree matures, its foliage becomes another focal point of interest. The leaves are medium to dark green and turn a striking deep red or burgundy in the fall, providing year-round visual appeal. In addition to its aesthetic value, this tree offers a significant ecological benefit as it provides habitat and food for various wildlife species. This ornamental tree typically reaches a height of 15 to 25 feet and has a matching stretch, making it an ideal choice for gardens, landscapes, and even small yards. It favors well-drained soil and partisan shade, although it can take full sun with sufficient moisture. Pink Princess Dogwood Is Relatively Low-maintenance Pink Princess Dogwood is relatively low-maintenance but may benefit from rare trimming to preserve its shape and remove dead or damaged branches. Consistent watering, especially during dry spells, is essential to help the tree thrive. In conclusion, the Pink Princess Dogwood is a beloved and visually striking tree known for its enchanting flowers and vibrant foliage. Whether used as a focal point in a garden or as an ornamental addition to a landscape, this tree adds beauty and charm to any outdoor space while supporting local wildlife. Its easy care and captivating features make it a favorite among garden enthusiasts and homeowners.

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Hepatica Plant

Hepatica Plant

Hepatica plants, more commonly referred to as liverwort, are members of the buttercup family and are native to North America, Europe, and Asia. Their common name refers to how their leaves resemble the human liver. When buds begin to blossom in the spring, liverwort is one of the more recognizable wildflowers and is considered to be a signature wildflower. The Gorgeous Flowers Of Hepatica Plant Each flower grows from one individual stem and can contain anywhere from 6 to 20 petals, depending on the variety. Flowers are usually lavender, sometimes pink. White variations of the flower are typically seen in the southern United States. When blooming, the Hepatica Plant gives off a pleasant scent described as reminiscent of spring. In terms of leaves, they are typically dark green and possess tiny little hairs that are soft to the touch. During winter, the leaves begin to turn much darker. Hepatica Plant Loves Shade As it is mostly seen in damp, heavily forested areas in the wild, similar conditions are best when growing it in a garden setting. It can be transplanted rather easily, but it's best to leave it relatively undisturbed in a shady spot under trees, where the soil is rich with nutrients. Slightly acidic soil with proper drainage is preferable, although it is well-known for its ability to withstand overly wet conditions better than most flowers. Attract Pollinators With Hepatica Plant Hepatica plants are self-pollinating perennials. Even though they might not be needed, flowers are a great way to attract pollinators like butterflies and bees to a garden setting and other animal life. Hardy Planting Zone: Zones 4,5,6,7,8 and 9 Bloom Season: Spring Bloom Color: Usually lavender or white, sometimes pink Height at Maturity: 4 to 6 in. Soil Type Preferred: Well-drained, moist, acidic soil Sun or Shade: Partial to full shade

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Jack In The Pulpit

Jack In The Pulpit

Jack In The Pulpit is an herbaceous perennial plant known as the Indian Turnip, Brown Dragon, bog onion, Wild Turnip, and American Wake Robin. It gets its name from the shape of the blossoms, which have a cup-like hooded top that shows off a variety of colors, from cream to green and burgundy to brown. The hood or the spathe showcases a spike or spadix that could be mistaken for a man standing in the pulpit and is covered with tiny male and female flowers of a wide variety of colors: white, red, pink, and green. It is framed by basal leaves in sets of three. Jack In The Pulpit's Zone Requirements It is native to the Midwest and grows hardily in zones 2-7. It thrives in soils that are damp and acidic. It also likes rich humus forest soils. This is an excellent plant for extremely boggy areas of your garden or lawn. Growth Of The Jack In The Pulpit The Jack In The Pulpit reaches 6 inches to 3 feet in total growth. They grow well in partial shade and full shade. From mid to late summer, red berries will be produced in a clustered cone that takes the place of the spike. Eventually, the hood dies, and the berries are displayed in their full, rich glory. The plant can be found growing wildly in rich, moist woods from New Brunswick, Canada, all the way to Florida. This plant is an exceptional addition to bog or rain gardens and is very tolerant of poorly drained soils. Grow them from the berries' seeds planted in the fall in 6 inches of slightly acidic soil with lots of organic matter. These make an excellent addition to shade gardens and outliners around the edges of woodlands. When Jack In The Pulpit Blooms Jack in the Pulpit is straightforward to grow and care for. Blooms appear in mid-to-late spring, covering the spadix. By the end of the summer, the spadix disappears, and the cluster of green, then ripe red berries appears, so for months, your garden is decorated with color.

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Red Trillium

Red Trillium

Red Trillium is a flowering plant that also goes by the names Beth Root, Stinking Benjamin, Purple Trillium, and Wake-Robin; it is a member of the Lily family. The plant is known for having one reddish-to-purple flower on a stem that grows from eight to sixteen inches tall. The leaves of the plant can be up to seven inches long. One distinctive trait of this plant is the unpleasant odor of the flower; some describe the aroma as reminiscent of a wet dog. Benefits Of Red Trillium The plant flowers from April to June. This plant is easy to grow; it enjoys partial shade and moist, well-drained soil. It can grow in a sunny location as long as it's given enough water. This plant is a perennial, meaning it will return each year. In the spring, thoroughly cover the plant with organic matter and water to keep the soil moist throughout the growing season. Transplanting Red Trillium Red Trillium is like soil that is a bit acidic. As the plants spread, gardeners may want to transplant some. For best results, it's best to do this when the plant is flowering. While the flowers are attractive, and it may be tempting to cut some to bring inside, refrain from doing so. The stress of having its flower cut is often too much for the plant and can cause the entire plant to die. Caring For Red Trillium Red Trillium can be grown from seeds; however, it will take several years before the gardener expects to see flowers. Cuttings allow the gardener to see results faster. Fertilizer is unnecessary as long as the plants have compost in the spring. These plants are easy to care for and grow as wildflowers in Asia and North America.

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Partridge Berry

Partridge Berry

Partridge Berry, Mitchella repens, otherwise known as twinberry or pigeon plum, is a creeping perennial known for its beautiful pairs of white, cruciferous flowers and small red berries. The fruit that the plant produces is edible and, as the name suggests, is regularly eaten by partridges and other birds and animals. While the berries have relatively little flavor, they are reported to have some health benefits and have been used in Native American medicine. How To Grow Partridge Berry   It is native to the eastern United States and Canada and is most commonly found within forests, growing in places with limited sunlight or even in complete shade. The flowers tend to form around early spring or summer, and the fruit is known to last through the colder months into the following spring. Because of its hardiness in the cold and capacity to grow in shady areas, it is a perfect plant to grow in the winter. Propagating the plant, however, can be very difficult to do from seed, so most gardeners recommend using already established plants.  The Growth Of Partridge Berry   Partridge Berry grows low to the ground, generally reaching no taller than 2 inches, and grows well as a ground cover in shaded areas. It also produces vines that creep along the ground as it grows but will not climb. The leaves are rounded and grow to produce thick mats of a beautiful deep green. Once established, it needs relatively little maintenance but moisture to survive and can be sensitive to drought.  The Beautiful Colors Of Partridge Berry   The beautiful colors of Partridge Berry and its capacity to grow through the winter make it a must-have for those interested in keeping their yard or garden beautiful and productive year-round. Whether grown for berries, simply for aesthetics, or as a means of filling a shady area, it is a lovely addition to any landscape.

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Dutchman Breeches

Dutchman Breeches

Dutchman’s Breeches, also known as Dicentra cucullate, is a perennial wildflower native to the Eastern portion of the United States. It can also be found in the wooded areas of the Pacific Northwest, though more rarely. It blooms from March to April and goes dormant by mid-summer. The delicate-looking flowers on this plant range in color from white to a very light pink and are light yellow at the tip. Dutchman's Breeches Flower The flowers resemble a pair of pants hanging upside down, with the ankle on top. The small flowers, about ¾ in., appear in rows of leafless stems that protrude through the foliage. The leaves on them are roughly 4 inches long and resemble those on a fern, are deeply cut, and are greyish-green. These plants are smaller, just one foot tall and one foot wide. They thrive best with an average amount of moisture in well-drained and humus soil and, in part, fully shaded areas. Pollinators Love The Dutchman's Breeches Typically, Dutchman's Breeches are pollinated by bumblebees, which can tap the nectar with their long proboscis. Honeybees can also pollinate them, but not as easily, as they can only collect the pollen with their front feet. Information Regarding The Dutchman's Breeches Dutchman’s Breeches are best left in nature. However, they aren't typically used as a border if they are found in a garden because they go dormant by summer. If these plants are used in a garden, they should be planted in October or early spring. It should be noted that they grow from underground tubers; therefore, if they are planted in the right conditions, they spread rapidly. They can be tamed by digging up, removing, or replanting the tubers.

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Yarrow Plant

Yarrow Plant

Yarrow Plants do well in zones 3-9. However, specific cultivars have been bred to flourish in other zones. It could bloom in early summer or early fall, depending on the climate and time it is planted. The warmer the growing zone, the earlier the bloom time. Blooms can last three months or more. Yarrow Plant's Bloom Color There are many varieties with different colors. It has a white bloom. Blooms in pink, white, red, yellow, purple, and lilac, among other colors, are common. There are also multiple shades of reds, purples, lilacs, and yellows. Planting Yarrow Plant Depending on the species planted, maturity growth ranges from 8 inches to 5 feet. The hardy plant prefers sand or loamy soil and grows well in regions with dry heat. It does not do well with constant wet or moist soil. Do not overwater, and keep the soil well-drained—only water when the soil is completely dry. Though the Yarrow Plant can grow in the partial sun, it will be listless and leggy. It will grow from seeds or tip cuttings. Full sun is required when planting to start it off. It loves the sun and the heat. It should be planted in early spring or summer. Appearance of Yarrow Plant Yarrow is a hardy perennial that has clusters of tiny flowers among the foliage. The blooms come in a wide of colors. Some colors are pastels, and there are multiple shades of the same colors. There are cultivars with contrasting colors of the center stamen and blooms. It is a North American plant that is easy to care for, does well as ground cover, and is used as a border. It is hardy and will not die if you water infrequently. However, it can not stand constant moisture and excessive water.

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Goat's Beard Plant

Goat's Beard Plant

Goat's Beard Plant Aruncus dioicus, also known as Bride's Feathers or False Spirea, is a perennial flowering plant that belongs to the Rosaceae family. This striking and ornamental plant is native to North America, Europe, and Asia and is prized for its feathery, plume-like white or cream-colored flower clusters. Goat's Beard Plant Is A Perfect Border Plant The plant typically reaches 3 to 6 feet (90 to 180 cm) and spreads to form dense clumps. Its compound, pinnate leaves are dark green and finely serrated, adding to its attractiveness. In late spring to early summer, tall, erect stems rise from the foliage, bearing the impressive, creamy-white or pale yellowish flowers in large, pyramid-shaped panicles. Each flower cluster can measure 6 to 12 inches long and has numerous tiny, star-shaped blossoms. These flowers' delicate, airy appearance makes them a favorite in garden settings. Goat's Beard Plant Is Relatively Low Maintenance The plant is dioecious, meaning that individual plants are male or female. Male plants typically produce more significant and numerous flower clusters, while female plants develop inconspicuous, greenish flowers. This plant thrives in moist, well-draining soil and likes partisan shade, making it a perfect option for woodland gardens or shaded areas. It's relatively low-maintenance and can tolerate a range of soil types. Goat's Beard Plant Attracts Pollinators In addition to its aesthetic appeal, the Goat's Beard Plant provides valuable habitat and food for pollinators like bees and butterflies, making it a great addition to wildlife-friendly gardens. In conclusion, Goat's Beard Plant is a beautiful and versatile perennial plant known for its feathery, white, cream-colored flowers and lush foliage. It adds elegance and charm to shaded gardens, attracts pollinators, and is relatively low-maintenance. It is popular among gardeners looking to enhance their outdoor spaces with a touch of natural beauty.

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Bugleweed Plant

Bugleweed Plant

The Bugleweed is a herb-type herbaceous plant with colorful leaves that work great as a groundcover. It is a low-maintenance, perennial plant many gardeners prefer to use as a groundcover as they also provide a splash of color with their profuse blue flower spikes. The spikes shoot out approximately six inches during the spring.  The Beauty Of The Bugleweed Plant Bugleweed produces flowers throughout the summer and into the fall but is most stunning during the spring when it has been planted in mass. Some varieties of the plant feature variegated foliage and produce blooms in pink, white, or rose. These plants grow from six to nine inches in height and achieve a diameter of about the same.  Utilizing The Bugleweed Plant  These plants make terrific borders and look incredible when mixed with other perennial flowers along an edge. Some gardeners enjoy the eye-pleasing effect when planted along stepping stones or inside rock gardens. They make a great companion to the creeping Jenny in a shady part of a lawn.  Where To Plant Your Bugleweed Plant It will grow well in moist, fertile, well-drained soil but can tolerate clay and other less nutrient soils. The plant has a creeping tendency and should not be planted near areas where it cannot spread. Edging placed along a border where the plant should not go does well to stop the creeping. When the blooms have reached a deadhead stage, a lawn mower works well to remove them. The plant will propagate through its cuttings, by being divided, and its seeds. The division can be performed at any time of the season and should be done every two years, so it is manageable. Bugleweed is a hardy plant and is not susceptible to disease or pests. It may suffer from crown rot if grown in a hot and humid environment. It also could do better in areas with better air circulation.

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Northern Privet

Northern Privet

The Northern Privet Plant is resilient to pollution and other sensitivities common in plants. It endures in various hardiness zones and grows under anything from partial shade to full sun. Although it prefers moist soil, the shrubs can grow in flexible soil pH and water levels. These hedges are especially useful in urban areas like the Midwest, where there is a fair amount of pollution and salt on the roads for a large portion of the year. This fast-growing shrub is also salt-resistant. Northern Privet Is A Fast Grower Another characteristic that makes it sound like a hedge in a densely populated area is the ability to fill in adequately pruned. With a potential growth rate of 3 feet per year, the shrub can reach a mature height upwards of 15 feet and 8 feet wide, and the dense leaves provide a natural privacy fence from a bustling city street. The hedge can be pruned and shaped to the desired effect, which should be done after flowering. When The Northern Privet Blooms Northern Privet is seen flowering around late spring or early summer, usually in June, sometimes accompanied by a distinguishable smell. A more distinct characteristic of this plant, versus other everyday neighborhood shrubs, is that they produce blackberries, preceded by white flowers. Northern Privets Have Different Characteristics In Different Locations  Northern Privet have different characteristics depending on the region where they’re grown. They can sometimes be seen with gray-green spots and creamy edges. These qualities, along with their affordability, have made private hedges a top landscaping choice.

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White Princess Dogwood Tree

White Princess Dogwood Tree

The White Princess Dogwood Tree, also known as the Cherokee Princess, is known for its beautiful white flowers and is smaller among the tree families. When you prune this lovely tree, you'll be sure to keep it coming back each year. These types of trees can grow up to five feet tall, although they have been known to grow up to thirty feet tall. While it does produce fruit, most people don't like to fool with it, unlike birds, who prefer berries. Where To Plant White Princess Dogwood Tree This tree favors partial sun and moist ground with acidic soil for growing conditions. This tree can grow in zones that range from a five to a nine. It's best to plant them in spring or fall when the weather is more favorable. These trees are great for attracting specific birds, which is excellent for those who enjoy watching them feed. They're not a fragrant type of tree, and they produce the most beautiful colors during the fall when the leaves change color. They produce berries, or in the spring, when their blossoms bloom. It Can Do Well In Shade White Princess Dogwood Tree is a favorite among gardening and landscaping experts alike. And it's easy to see why, with its large fragrant blossoms enhancing the beauty of a yard. They begin to bloom in mid-to-late April and into May. They make lovely ornamental plants and create a beautiful oasis for landscaping projects. Even though the tree does well in full sunlight, it thrives when placed in areas with partial shade! The Tree Is A Slow Grower The White Princess Dogwood Tree has a slow growth rate, reaching a height of twenty feet within twenty-five years. The tree adapts well to any soil but does the best in that which is somewhat acidic. Sometimes, adding various organic matter to it will do the trick. It's essential to keep them well watered. However, make sure to keep the soil neat. Highly sought after in the landscaping community, these trees produce beautiful red, pink, and white blossoms among their twisting branches. They're usually sent to the consumer fully rooted inside a flower pot, enabling it to arrive in tip-top shape.

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Yellow Trillium

Yellow Trillium

The Yellow Trillium, also known as Trillium luteum or yellow wakerobin, is a flowering plant within the scientific family Melanthiaceae. The flowers grow exceptionally well in hardy plant zones 4-7, which are present in places like North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Georgia. The flower is also known to grow in remote locations in northern Virginia, Michigan, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Ontario, Canada. The flower usually has dark green leaves and bright flowers with three to four petals. At full maturity, it typically reaches a height of 16 inches or 40 centimeters and can be as wide as 14 inches or 30 centimeters. The flower is an herbaceous perennial, flowering only in the early to mid-spring season. Yellow Trillium's Growing Requirements Yellow Trillium grows best in moist, dense soil with good drainage. In its natural environment, it will usually develop at the base of deciduous trees, where it can enjoy heavy shade. If the growing conditions are right, the flower grows quickly, taking only 4-6 months to reach its full height and width. Yellow Trillium's Landscaping Uses The beautiful yellow flower is often used as a decorative plant in yards and gardens across large northern and central United States swathes. It is an ideal garden flower because it can thrive in heavy shade and is deficient in maintenance. It will do well if the flower has fertilized soil and adequate water. Yellow Trillium's Fragrance Yellow trillium offers a delightful aroma, another reason it is a favorite of many home gardeners. Its fragrance occurs around full maturity right towards the end of spring, when the flower can be harvested and used in a homemade flower bouquet or floral arrangement. What is distinct about its fragrance is that it smells like lemon flowers, an attribute that won it the Award of Garden Merit, a prestigious accolade from the Royal Horticultural Society in London, United Kingdom.

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Redbud Seedlings - 10 Pack

Redbud Seedlings - 10 Pack

Redbud Seedlings are showstoppers throughout the year. In the spring, they put on an abundance of showy pink flowers. Then, in the autumn, these trees produce an abundance of fall color. Most varieties offer bright yellow fall leaves, but there are options with purple fall foliage. Redbud Seedlings Is The Top Pick For Landscapes Our trees will grow about 30 feet tall and spread about 35 feet. Their rounded shape and year-round attractiveness make them an excellent choice in many landscapes. In the spring, this tree produces hundreds of pea-like rose-purple flowers. The flowers appear in clusters of four to ten, and each flower can be up to 0.5 inches across. Redbud Seedlings Appearance Year Round After the flowers fade in about three weeks, the Redbud Seedlings put on its paper-like, dull green to blue-green leaves. These broad leaves, up to 3.5 inches across, have a short, pointed tip. Simultaneously, the tree produces flattened, bean-like seedpods that start green and turn brown during the summer. Each pod contains six to 12 seeds. The seedpods may remain on the tree until mid-winter. The Redbud Seedlings Foliage And Flowers This tree’s fall foliage display is almost as stunning as its springtime flower display. The leaves turn spectacular shades of yellow on most varieties, but on a few varieties, the leaves turn a beautiful reddish-purple. Our Redbud Seedlings grow about 15 inches annually. While they love some shade from the hot afternoon sun, you can plant it in full sun, and it will thrive. While it prefers fertile soil, this tree will also grow in moderately poor soil. It is easy to prune to the shape you want the finished tree, and you will love its sturdy limbs. Hardy Planting Zone- 4 to 8 Bloom Season (if any) - Spring Bloom Color – Pink Height at Maturity –Up to 30 feet tall Soil Type Preferred- Consistently damp, moderately fertile soil Sun or Shade-Part shade

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Northern Spicebush

Northern Spicebush

Northern SpiceBush, Lindera benzoin, also known as wild allspice, is a native North American shrub that belongs to the Lauraceae family. The shrub typically grows 6 to 12 feet (1.8 to 3.7 meters) and has slender, branching stems. Its leaves are simple, elliptical, and dark green, turning a vibrant yellow in the fall, making it a visually attractive complement to gardens and natural landscapes. However, its most notable feature is its small, fragrant flowers, which appear in early spring before the leaves. These inconspicuous, yellowish-green flowers provide an important nectar source for early pollinators like bees and butterflies. The Aromatic Qualities Of The Northern Spicebush One of its most remarkable aspects is its aromatic qualities. When crushed, this plant's leaves, stems, and berries emit a spicy fragrance reminiscent of a blend of cloves, cinnamon, and allspice, which has led to its common name, wild allspice.   Birds Love The Northern Spicebush The northern spicebush is also valued in landscaping and conservation efforts for providing habitat and food for wildlife, including birds that eat its berries. It is a hardy plant that can thrive in various soil types and light conditions, making it a versatile addition to gardens and natural areas. Northern Spicebush Is Stunning In Landscapes  The northern spicebush is a native North American shrub known for its aromatic qualities. Its fragrant flowers, foliage, and ecological benefits make it a valuable and attractive plant in natural and cultivated settings.

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Tall Phlox

Tall Phlox

Tall Phlox offers an array of colors during the summer months. This plant can bloom for six weeks or longer. Some start to bloom in mid-summer, while others do not begin until late in August. Colors include white, red, purple, lavender, rose, and pink. Some even blend two colors with the center of another color. The flowers have five lobes and grow in clumps at the top of the plant. Tall Phlox Reaches Up to 4 feet Tall The plants grow from 2 to 4 feet upright on a stiff stem. Their leaves are deep green and lance-shaped. When the stems on the plant are approximately six inches up, pinch off all but five or six of them and the tips of these stems. This will permit the plant to develop more giant clumps of blooms.  Where To Plant Tall Phlox Tall Phlox flourishes in areas that receive full sun but grows in lightly shaded spots as well. Too much shade prevents the plants from producing as many blooms, and the quality of the blooms suffers. They should not be grown under trees or near large hedges. Competition for nutrients and moisture from the soil can cause a problem for them. Soil Type Preferred For Tall Phlox These plants will do well when planted in areas with good drainage and watered regularly. It is best to water the soil around the plant rather than the plant itself. This helps to prevent disease. Fertilizer is recommended in the spring as new growth appears. Mulch will help keep the soil around the plant cool and retain moisture. Tall Phlox grows from the District of Columbia to the panhandle of Florida. When the blooms start to fade, removing them will help keep the blooms the color initially chosen. After the first blooms are gone, fertilizing again can get them to bloom twice.

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Orange Daylily

Orange Daylily

Hemerocallis fulva, traditionally known as Orange Daylily, is popular due to its large five-diameter orange flower. These lasting herbaceous plants comprise flowering stalks and rosettes of basal leaves approximately 3-6 tall. The plant has basal leaves containing linear parallel veneration and hairless elongated progressively to a sword-like point. It is typically a favorite in the garden across the world. The herbaceous perennial plant grows beautifully in full sun and usually brightens corners that appear partly shaded with little maintenance. Caring For Orange Daylily During mid-summer, multi-headed flower scapes are crowned with profound orange trumpets that reveal the good-looking yellow throats and fascinate all modes of pollinators. It is not a fussy species since the herbaceous perennial plant thrives in rich and poor soils. It does grow from a mass of condensed roots that typically hold so many nutrients and moisture that the species can stay alive out of the ground for weeks. The survival classification is the primary reason he has been a world traveler. Benefits Of Orange Daylily Orange Daylily provides color and contrast to gardens, ditches, and fields when amassed or grown over a large area. It is effective in preventing soil erosion when planted on slants. A few upward-facing blossoms are borne at the topmost of the stem. The flowers are orange, unspotted, and funnel-shaped. Depending on the location, the blossoms start from June to early August. This is because it has several buds on every stem. For centuries, the buds have been used for food in Asia; however, the general public adores the flowers in North America. Where To Find Orange Daylily  From eastern Asia, orange daylily has become a natural part of the landscape, including eastern Canada, the US, and most European nations. It is a common species and spreads rapidly by field and rhizomes into woods and roadsides. The growing period in the mid-summer usually lasts for a month, each flower lasting only a single day. The tender young leaves, flowers, and buds are non-toxic and eatable to humans. Lastly, White-Tailed Deer and Rabbits crop the young tender leaves in spring.

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Dianthus Sweet William

Dianthus Sweet William

Dianthus Sweet William is a popular ornamental plant native to southern Europe and some regions of Asia. It’s an herbaceous biennial that can grow up to 3 feet tall, but in some areas, it may be a short-lived perennial instead. The Stunning Flowers Of Dianthus Sweet William Prized for its beautiful flowers, it produces a dense cluster of blooms at the top of its stems—up to 30 in one cluster. The flowers are small, only about 2-3 cm in diameter, and consist of five petals with serrated edges. In the wild, the flowers are a gorgeous combination of red and white. Cultivars can be white, pink, red, purple, or variegated. The flowers have a spicy scent similar to that of cloves. Exactly how the Dianthus Sweet William plant acquired the common name is unknown. Legend has it that the flower was named to honor Prince William, Duke of Cumberland, after his victory at the Battle of Culloden in the 18th century. But, of course, this can’t be verified. It’s also rumored to be named after William the Conqueror or Saint William of York.  Adding The Dianthus Sweet William To Any Landscape  No matter where it got its name, the tulip is a beloved flower among the United States and U.K. gardeners. It makes a beautiful addition to a butterfly, pollinator, or landscape area where you want to attract butterflies, bees, and birds. The cut flowers make beautiful bouquets and are often used in bridal bouquets.  Caring For The Dianthus Sweet William Dianthus Sweet William prefers to be planted in full sun to partial shade in an area with slightly alkaline, loamy, and well-drained soil. Seeds can be directly planted in the garden or indoors for later transplanting. Deadheading will encourage more flowers. This plant doesn’t need a lot of care. Keep it watered, mulched, and fertilized, and it will thrive in almost any garden.

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Carolina Allspice

Carolina Allspice

Carolina Allspice, or Calycanthus Floridus, is a type of deciduous bush that grows in various environments in the United States. The shrub grows in environments ranging from shaded forests to sunny and bright fields. It is most known for its sweet smell and has been cultivated because of that. Benefits Of Growing Carolina Allspice The shrub itself is known for the sweet smell that is reminiscent of fruit like bananas or pineapples. This led to the plant getting the name the sweet shrub and has been used to scent things like closets and clothes. This helped keep mildew smells away and left everything fresh.  The Calycanthus Floridus is a relatively large shrub, growing anywhere from six to twelve feet tall. It can also grow outwards to around the duplicate footage, so you could see some of these shrubs being twelve feet tall and twelve feet wide. Most probably won't get to be that large, but it can happen.  Regarding conditions and soil type, this is one of the more flexible of the various bushes you can find in the United States. It can develop in a mixture of soil types, from heavily moist soil. It retains water in well-drained soil that might lean towards the dryer side. This makes the shrub surprisingly easy to grow or find in the well as in a garden.  The Beauty Of The Carolina Allspice The loveliness of the plants comes from the sweet scent they give off, but that is not to say they don't have a flower because they do. It is a dark red flower with a bulb set of petals in the middle and then an exterior set of petals that fan out. The sweet scent of the Carolina Allspice can influence the flower. That being said, the flower is only sometimes the easiest to find, as it can sometimes be found in the underbrush of the bush. Shop Today For The Carolina Allspice Carolina Allspice can be a great addition to any setting, whether in woodland or a garden. The plant is resistant to most diseases, and with a nice aesthetic and smell, it can improve anything. It is even plantable by seed. Just be sure to keep them away from your mouth, as they are toxic to humans.

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Ajuga Reptans

Ajuga Reptans

Ajuga Reptans is a fast-growing member of the mint family. It is known to spread quickly enough via runners to become invasive in some areas. The reptans part of its Latin name means "to creep." It is a naturalized North American plant introduced from several places in Europe and Asia. Hardiness Zones of Ajuga Reptans Ajuga Reptans grow well in Hardiness Zones 3 through 10. They are susceptible to most dirt, though they prefer slightly acidic. Fully grown plants generally stand 6" to 8" high; flower stalks can grow to 12". Each plant may extend up to 12". They quickly form mats, especially in shaded areas beneath other trees and shrubs. The plant is hardy enough to grow beneath black walnut trees. Where To Plant Ajuga Reptans The plant's growth speed can be controlled by where it is planted. Plants in shadier areas tend to grow faster than those in sunnier regions. The plant is best planted in rock gardens, container-edged beds, or wide-open areas that need ground cover quickly. It lends itself well to erosion control. It should not be planted near any less hardy flowers at home, as it may choke them out. Dividing Ajuga Reptans They should be periodically divided and thinned, at minimum, every third year. They flower through the spring and summer, generally beginning in May or June. Pinching off runners helps with this, too. The flowers are blue, purple, or white, though there is at least one cultivar with pink flowers. Other cultivar strains have leaves that are multi-colored or variegated. Beyond thinning, the Ajuga Reptans is relatively low-maintenance. It needs no extra fertilizer and is worry-free against most garden pests. However, care should be taken in areas of high humidity to ensure properly drained soil and prevent southern rot. It is deer and rabbit-resistant.

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Pink Evening Primrose

Pink Evening Primrose

The Pink Evening Primrose is a commonly admired plant with a beautiful yet delicate pink appearance. Native to North America, this is a quick-growing herbaceous, biennial flower. It will be between three and five feet tall and two to three feet wide when it reaches maturity. This uniquely refreshing plant blooms from July to October. It has four to five bright Pink flower petals that sit above a basal rosette. Its bowl-shaped flowers reach a diameter of around two inches. It has four sepals and eight stamens, complete with a prominent style with a cross-like shaped stigma. This plant will bloom with multi-flowered terminal panicles. Leaves Of The Pink Evening Primrose Its leafy branched stems are covered with purple-tinged hair follicles. Its leaves are olive-green and elliptical. They typically reach a width of one to three inches and a length greater than six inches. This plant's leaves are stalkless and wavy-toothed.  Attract Wildlife With Pink Evening Primrose Unlike many other flowers, it opens its plant's bloom in the late afternoon to early evening. This attracts nighttime pollinators like bats and moths. It will stay open for its morning pollinators, like bees, until noon. Then, it will close its bloom during the hotter hours of the day.  Pink Evening Primrose is part of the Onagraceae botanical family, goes by various names, including Fever Plant, King's Cure-All, Evening Star, Sundrop, German Rampion, Hog Weed, and Oenothera Biennis. Its cross-shaped flowers emit a lemon-scented aroma, which is highly sought after. Due to its aromatic quality, many chose this intriguing plant as part of their garden border. Growing Pink Evening Primrose Pink Evening Primrose has been known to grow in fields, thickets, meadows, disturbed grounds, and even roadsides. It naturalizes easily in whatever landscaping environment you want to introduce it to. Around mid-August, this plant will produce fruit capsules. These narrow seed pods reach about one and a half inches. When they are ripe, they'll release over 100 seeds per capsule. This biennial flower has no serious problems with diseases or insects.

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Shasta Daisy

Shasta Daisy

Shasta Daisy is a drought-resistant perennial with abundant flowers that blossom from late spring through premature fall. These hardy plants make excellent cut or dried flowers and survive in full sun and partial shade. It is a perennial with green and divided leaves that stays low to the ground. In spring and early summer, it bears immense flowers in clusters that develop into flat oval seed pods. With proper care, it can become a staple in your garden. The plant can be propagated by seed. The seeds need light to germinate, so sowing them in a ground area that receives adequate sunlight is essential. Sowing The Seeds Of The Shasta Daisy Germination should occur about two weeks after the seeds are sown. You will see the green shoots popping up above the ground surface. The young sprouts should be transplanted into larger pots with space for growth and root development, which may occur two months after transplanting them from the seedbed site. To obtain the best results, it is recommended that the young plants be transplanted one foot away from the plants during the growing season. The plant will adapt to its new environment while providing fertilizer and water. Shasta daisy plants need regular pruning. This activity should be done frequently to avoid lumpy growth near the plant base. Proper pruning will allow light to circulate through the plant, provide more nutrients, and promote an optimum growth environment. Shasta Daisy Can Be Grown Indoors They can be grown indoors or outdoors. If grown outdoors, ensure that the plant receives adequate sun and a moderate amount of water. If grown indoors, place the pot near a sunlight source. The soil should be kept moist but not too wet or dry for the healthy growth of the plants. Shasta Daisy's Love Water  In addition, if the Shasta Daisy is grown in pots, water must be continuously applied to the soil. It would be best to mistreat the plants with water at least daily. Watering and fertilization should be done as often as necessary to keep the soil moist during the growing season, which is essential for plant maintenance.

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Fern Moss  - 5 Square Feet

Fern Moss - 5 Square Feet

Fern moss has an appealing texture and looks like a miniature version of a fern. However, some of it grows to be quite large. The plant grows in several countries and thrives best in rocky areas with shade and damp woodlands and grasslands. It is a pleurocarpous moss, so it will form a thick layer if it's part of a terrarium. It is a great place to start if you're a beginner gardener. Fern Moss Is Easy To Grow It grows slowly and covers anything it comes in contact with. The moss is very thick and has stalks resembling small fern fronds. If you're looking for an evergreen cover for the ground to make your patio, driveway, or walkway more appealing, it is an appealing choice. The plant is low-maintenance and makes an attractive complement to the other plants in your garden. The Growth Of Fern Moss It grows to medium height and needs indirect light. The plant grows best at 60 to 80 degrees F and needs high humidity to thrive. While fern moss thrives best in hardiness zones 1-9 and often grows in Europe, Asia, North America, and South America, the plant flourishes in parts of Illinois and is seen on tree trunks, stones, and dead tree pieces. The moss must get lots of water to grow properly. The blooming season is year-round, growing up to 6 feet wide when mature. Fern Moss Loves To Grow On Rocks Fern moss needs acid soil. This is why the plant proliferates on rocks and other acidic surfaces. The ideal pH level for growth is between 5.0 and 6.0. This form of moss does very well in several vivarium types. Grow the moss on terrains that are raised from consistent water sources, such as paludariums, which are enclosures that are half terrain-based and half aquatic enclosures.

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Tiger Lily

Tiger Lily

Tiger Lily is a captivating and vibrant flowering plant that has captured the hearts of garden enthusiasts and nature lovers worldwide. Its striking appearance and rich cultural significance make it a beloved addition to gardens and landscapes. Tiger Lily Has Majestic Blooms The plant's most distinctive feature is its stunning blossoms. These trumpet-shaped flowers showcase a mesmerizing blend of fiery orange or red petals adorned with dark speckles, resembling the appearance of a majestic tiger's coat. Each flower typically boasts six petals that gracefully curve outward, creating an alluring and exotic display that is a sight to behold. Beyond its breathtaking appearance, the plant carries a wealth of cultural symbolism. Various cultures associate it with riches, prosperity, and good fortune. Many view it as a symbol of pride and confidence inspired by its bold and unapologetic appearance. Additionally, in some Eastern cultures, the tiger lily is thought to bring harmony and balance to one's surroundings, making it a popular choice for ornamental gardening and landscape design. The Tiger Lily Is Very Hardy And Resilient The plant's hardy nature makes it a resilient addition to gardens and outdoor spaces. It thrives in various climates and soil conditions, making it accessible to gardeners of all levels of expertise. Its adaptability and ability to withstand different weather conditions make it a low-maintenance yet advantageous plant to cultivate. The Tiger Lily Is Perfect For Floral Arrangements Furthermore, tiger lily is often used in floral arrangements and bouquets, adding a touch of exotic elegance to weddings and special occasions. Its unique appearance and vibrant colors make it popular with floral designers who want to create eye-catching and memorable arrangements. In conclusion, it is a magnificent and culturally rich flower that brings beauty, symbolism, and an exotic touch to gardens and floral displays. Its striking appearance and positive associations make it a cherished favorite among gardening enthusiasts and those seeking to infuse their surroundings with natural splendor and cultural significance.

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Purple Violet

Purple Violet

Purple Violets are known by several names, including pansies, violas, and viola cucullata. They are annuals, but in deciduous forests, they live as perennials. Violets are commonly used in woody areas and rock gardens. They are small, hardy plants commonly mixed with other plants to add a burst of color. Violets grow best in zones 2 – 10 and are hardiest in these areas. Purple Violet Is Perfect For Floral Arrangements Violets are famous for floral arrangements. They are extremely easy to raise from seed but hold up well if bought as youthful plants. There are many varieties in the violet family, some more well-known than others.  The most popular varieties include: - Johnny Jump-Ups – small velvet blooms that are purple with a yellow vein center. - Dooryard Violet - small bluish-violet flowers with a reddish hue, sometimes varying into a light red color. - California Sweet Violet – the lavender-blue flowers this plant displays perfectly accent the dark green leaves of this plant. - Sweet Violet – This plant has dark, deep violet-colored blooms. It grows incredibly compact and can vary in color from purple, yellow, red, blue, and white. Planting Purple Violet Purple Violets prefer moist, easy-draining soil rich in composted organic matter. To avoid intense bursts of soil, they should be planted in a slow-release fertilizer. As with any violet, the fertilizer should be water-soluble, and they thrive best in a container instead of directly in the ground. Caring For Purple Violet Purple Violets are popular for plant owners who enjoy picking flowers and bringing them indoors. The beautiful blooms of the plant do not like extreme or prolonged heat. They are not drought-tolerant and should be watered regularly.

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Oxeye Daisy

Oxeye Daisy

The Oxeye Daisy, typically called "daisy," is the classic white and yellow flower commonly seen in fields and gardens worldwide. Its yellow center and stark white surrounding petals evoke cheerfulness and serenity. The Latin name Leucanthemum Vulgare means "white flower," and it is typically used to represent patience. The Appearance Of Oxeye Daisy A medium-sized plant generally grows from one to three feet high and typically can be found with a thin stem and dark green leaves. The flower is small and dainty, adding elegance and whimsy wherever it blooms. The ray of petals surrounded by a bright yellow center evokes images of the sun. It resembles a smaller, more dainty version of a sunflower. It creates a great deal of pollen; this plant is top-rated in pollen production. Where To Plant Oxeye Daisy When grown wild, Oxeye Daisy is typically found in grasslands such as fields but can also be found in open forests and primarily other sunny areas. While this plant is native to Europe and certain parts of Asia, it also grows abundantly in North America. Oxeye Daisy Bloom Time Oxeye Daisy can be a perfect addition to any garden as long as one plants it in the proper conditions. They prefer damp soil and sun but can bloom in many different situations; it is quite a resilient flower. They bloom for a long time, from about late spring to autumn, so they have the potential to grace your garden all summer long. Another positive aspect of these plants is that they are perennials, so you won't have to worry about planting them yearly. When planted together in a large group or even a large field, the sprawling sight of many daisies together can be breathtaking.

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Yellow Coneflower

Yellow Coneflower

Echinacea paradoxa, also known as the Yellow Coneflower, is a type of purple coneflower named for its unique display of color. This varietal is native to Oklahoma, where Native Americans prized it for its beauty and medicinal qualities. Each daisy-shaped blossom has over a dozen narrow, drooping yellow petals that radiate from a coppery brown cone. With tall stems and long, sword-like, deep green leaves, this perennial is a brightly colored delight extending up to 3 feet tall. The sweetly scented blossoms are perfect for cutting and add liveliness to a rustic bouquet. Yellow Coneflower Is Extremely Hardy The hardy, self-sowing plant proliferates in most regions of the continental United States. These flowers make a charming addition to meadows and wildflower or pollinator gardens, and the flowers can thrive in the presence of deer or other animals. The blossoms attract butterflies, hummingbirds, goldfinches, and other pollinators who enjoy feeding on their nectar, pollen, and seed heads. Caring For Yellow Coneflower Echinacea paradoxa grows and flowers best in full sunlight. This drought—and heat-tolerant plant is easy to care for. It can adjust to multiple types of dirt, but it prefers well-drained, alkaline, or clay soil. The plant generates a long taproot that extends deep into the earth to find water and nourishment. The flowers should be watered enough to moisten these taproots in arid conditions. The Yellow Coneflower peaks in early to mid-summer and continues to bloom as the months progress into fall. Gardeners can deadhead faded flowers to encourage lush and frequent blooming while keeping plants neat. As the weather turns colder, mulching plants can help insulate them from low temperatures. Plants that take hold in the spring or early summer and establish a robust root system should be able to survive the winter. Growing Yellow Coneflower Yellow Coneflowers can be grown outdoors from seed planted in the fall. They naturally germinate in cold, moist soil and take a year or two to bloom. They can also be grown in well-drained, tall containers. If you fertilize them once a month and give them plenty of sun, these potted plants can grow almost anywhere. However you choose to plant them, these flowers will brighten your day.

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Wild Strawberry Plant

Wild Strawberry Plant

Wild Strawberry Plants belong to the rose family. Intensely sweet-scented plants will bring interest to gardens of all sizes. The fruits are edible, but the plant can also be ornamental or food for wildlife. It is a small plant, usually no more than nine inches from the ground and with an equal spread.  Wild Strawberry Plant's Growth Rate The growth rate is moderate. Runners will shoot from the soil to form new plants every year. The foliage can be smooth or hairy. Ovate leaves feature saw tooth edges, generally forming in three clumps, and sit closer to the ground. A 3-inch stem protrudes upward, where the flower and fruit will blossom. Its leaves are pale green, 3 3 inches long, and 1 ½ inches wide. Like the runners, they can also be hairy.  Wild Strawberry Plant's Graphic Appeal The white to pinkish flowers have five petals. They are about ¾ inches in diameter and yellow at the center. They sit on stems that range in color from green to slightly reddish-purple. In April through June, the plants produce sweet, mild strawberry-flavored fruits with tiny seeds that rest on their surface. The fruits also resemble miniature strawberries.  Wild Strawberry Plant's Requirements Wild Strawberry Plant does well in growing zones 2-9. It requires little to no upkeep once planted beyond harvesting. This hardy perennial enjoys full sun to partial shade, though more shade in hotter zones. Plants can grow in the shade, often as ornamental ground cover, but will not bear fruit. The plants have a slight acidic preference of 6.6-7.5 soil pH. It also favors moist, well-drained soils. This plant prefers areas where it can spread, such as garden patches, fields, and the edges of woods and roads. They will also do well in containers with proper sun and soil conditions. Other names for this plant are woodland strawberry, Alpine strawberry, Frais des Bois, European strawberry, and Carpathian strawberry.

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Creeping Buttercup

Creeping Buttercup

Ranunculus Repens, or Creeping Buttercup Plant, is a beautiful herbaceous perennial that provides good ground cover and can be enjoyed year after year with very little maintenance. This low-maintenance flower is perfect for flower beds, lawns, and borders. For a seasonal flower patch, the plant is hearty enough to withstand regular mowing during the off-season when the flowers are dormant. The Creeping Buttercup Growth Each plant will expand to a height of approximately 18 inches. Gorgeous yellow flowers will crown the thin stems for up to four months. The leaves of the plant are a luscious green with three hairy lobes. The plants will bloom in late spring and continue through summer from May to August, making them the perfect complement to both early and late bloomers to ensure beautiful flowers all year. Creeping Buttercup Has A Stunning Appearance The Creeping Buttercup flowers are vivid yellow and are borne in small clusters. Each flower has five shiny overlapping petals and opens to a diameter of roughly 1 inch. They are very aromatic, which makes them a great addition to a bouquet and a terrific attractant to pollinators. Bees make for a healthy garden, which the plant will attract in droves! Keeping the plants healthy requires little effort. They prefer full to partial sun. Though they do best in moist, loamy soil, they have been known to take root in almost any soil condition. From loam to heavy clay, they are prolific colonizers. Each fast-growing plant will spread to a diameter of roughly 3 feet. Given proper care, they will propagate naturally to fill whatever space the gardener desires. A wide range of habitats will allow this plant to thrive, and it is doing well in USDA hardiness zones 3-8. The Creeping Buttercup Is A Pest Repellent Perhaps best of all, Creeping Buttercups have natural pest-repellent properties. They are avoided by mammalian herbivores, but critters (such as pets) that make the mistake of consuming the plant will only experience stomach discomfort and no lasting poisonous effects.

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Pollination is part of its life cycle. Butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds visit them and take pollen from the anthers. With the pollen in tow, the insect or bird deposits it into another flower’s stigma. Since the anthers are male flower parts and the stigma female parts, the flower will begin producing seeds and fruit after fertilization.

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Discover the excitement of pollinating with TN Nursery. Perhaps you add lobelia to your garden to attract more insects. TN Nursery runs a deal where you can get 10 lobelia in one package hand-selected by our expert horticulturists. They are a cool, beautiful blue, and are a stunning, fiery red.

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