Adopt a less-is-more mentality to transform a lifeless space into a vibrant desert, Japanese, or Zen garden.
Create an oasis with these tropical plants that have mammoth-sized leaves.
Find out what makes bean, pea, clover, indigo, and others in the legume family 'pioneer' plants.
Succulents appeal to our appreciation of nature’s diversity and adaptability, but also to the time-crunched schedules and space limitations.
Blooms resembling miniature petunias cover an abundance of trailing stems in a lush and colorful display. A tender perennial most commonly grown as an annual. Easy care and heat tolerant. Many botanical authorities consider Calibrachoa to belong to the genus petunia.
The blooms of this species resemble tiny fans, unfolded against the summer heat. Perennial in its native Australia, fan flower is a favorite for use in annual combinations elsewhere. Very heat tolerant.
Marigolds naturally repel many insects that infest vegetable plants. Plant a border around the vegetable garden to add a splash of color and help repel pests. They bring a non-stop burst of sunny bright blooms to the garden or containers, and their texture is the perfect compliment…
Bright starry blooms cluster atop narrow leaves for a striking display of bold color and crisp form. Use solo as a centerpiece or arrange amongst a backdrop of foliage plants. Once flowering has ended, reduce watering to a minimum.
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