Flowers

portulaca winter care

Portulaca Winter Care

Portulaca is a vigorous, warm-season annuals with pretty flowers ranging from pink to red or purple. In the autumn, ersatz papyrus plants become dormant and start to wither. Some plants will die back completely; others will simply turn brown and stay relatively sturdy for the winter. Sunlight is an important factor in how long a …

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Calibrachoa plant dying

Why is my Calibrachoa Dying?

Calibrachoa or million bells is a variety of petunia that is known for its glossy leaves. The flowers come in a wide range of colors and can be used as both an indoor and outdoor plant. The name calibrachoa (pronounced kal-i-brak-o’a) comes from the Greek word Kalos, which means “beautiful”, and amaranth, which refers to …

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Lavender Plant Dying

Lavender is a flowering plant in the mint family. It is often used as an herb and has strong antiseptic properties. Lavender’s genus name, Latin name, and common name all come from the word “lavare” which means “to wash.” This refers to its pungent fragrance when crushed or rubbed. Why is my lavender plant dying? …

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is lavender a flower

Is Lavender a Flower?

Lavender is a flower that has been known to be utilized for its aromatic and purifying qualities. Lavender is a perennial herb with leaves that have distinctive linear markings. It flowers in late summer, producing purple flowers on spikes of varying heights from four inches to two feet tall. It has been used by humans …

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Amaryllis flower

Flowers and their Symbols

Flowers are beautiful things with their different shapes and colors but do you know every flower has its significance and meaning? Everyone love flowers and must of us also conspicuously give flowers as a present on birthday, wedding, funeral and use them on different occasion. The symbolic language of flowers has recognized for centuries in …

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