Many people remember hydrangeas from their childhood. Today we are falling in love with them all over again. It always amazes me how beautiful the flowers are with their vibrant colors and shades of blue, pink, frosty white, and rose blossoms! Sometimes they are blooming all at the same time on a single plant!
Apricots are one of the best fruits for growing, they require little input other than feed and water and produce a deliciously aromatic fruit packed with antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. Fruit picked fresh off the apricot tree tastes much better and is healthier than anything available in the supermarket.
All kinds of orchid flowers can thrive in a wide variety of environments, including mountaintop, bog, grassland, and rainforest. More than 35,000 varieties of orchids inhabit our planet, and there is a good chance that many more unknown varieties of orchids will be discovered in the future.
Gardening in March brings fair-weather gardeners out of hibernation. Mid-March is usually the start of the spring season, providing opportunities for more varied gardening work with the increasing number of days of sunshine.
Gardening in March has a great amount of garden work to be done. It is an extremely busy month in the garden, so if we do some things now we’ll be able to get a major head start on the upcoming garden work.
Feel like it’s too early for you to think about gardening in March? Not even close, because it is the prime time for planting in March. There are many cool-weather veggies made for earlier spring weather that can withstand the cool, early days of spring.
Along with all the other hardy exotics with which they associate so happily – palms, tree ferns, phormiums, and the like – bamboos have deservedly grown in popularity. For many years the real potential of bamboos in the garden was not exploited, and as a result, their full beauty was not appreciated.
There are a number of reasons why Hellebores are popular. Hellebore flowers are easy to grow and require low maintenance. These Flowers look great from January until May and even after seeds have set, their sepals persist in their handsomeness, eventually turning green.
The Allium Flower is a bulbous perennial and has been used to bridge the gap between spring and summer. The wonderful Flowers, which are a favorite among bees, produce beautiful pompon flowers in shades of purple and pink, making them a pleasant ornamental plant when planted in masses.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away. That might sound like a terrible cliché, but planting apple trees in your garden is actually one of the best ways to make sure you and your family are happy and healthy. Planting apple trees would be an amazing way to increase your home growth diet without having to spend unlimited amounts of time on your garden.