Ornamental plants are plentiful, and peonies hold a special spot among them. However, to enjoy peonies’ beauty, we must be vigilant for potential issues that could affect them.
Scindapsus pictus, commonly known as Pothos, is quite popular among indoor plant enthusiasts. It’s easy to see why, with its many varieties ranging from the classic green leaves to unique and sought-after variegated types.
The Summer Crush Hydrangea is set to be a favorite for a long time. It’s a mix of two Hydrangea macrophylla types. It’s part of the Endless Summer Hydrangeas collection. The Summer Crush Hydrangea, a perennial sporting large red blooms, is quite simple to maintain, thriving on just sunlight and water. However, there are additional …
Little Gem stands out as a truly special magnolia. Its white blossoms look amazing against its green leaves. Let’s see how this magnolia stacks up against other similar types.
The delicate, finely cut leaves of dwarf Japanese maples are simply stunning, reminding us of various things. Their varied leaf colors offer a range of choices. I’ve picked out 20 of the best dwarf Japanese maples for you in this article. I hope this guide assists you in finding the ideal maple for your needs.
Blue flowers nestled among shrubs are quite rare. For big, round clusters of blooms, hydrangeas are your go-to choice. Blue hydrangeas are really sought after, much like their white counterparts. After all, what’s more striking than large blue flower balls against green leaves?
People often explore new and unique things. That’s true for lawns and ornamental plants too, where many are curious about the differences between moss and grass. Let’s dive into these two plants.
Palm trees bring to mind sunny, tropical beaches and warm climates. Most palms love heat, so they’re often grown indoors. Let’s talk about our two palm trees and what makes them special.
Perennials can sometimes vie for space in your garden. Today, we’re looking at two specific plants. I’ll give you all the info you need to decide which one’s the best fit for your garden.
Boxwood’s adaptable nature and great ability to withstand pruning make it ideal for shaping into various garden forms, making it a favorite among topiary enthusiasts. Today, we’re going to look at two well-liked boxwood varieties: Green Velvet and Winter Gem.