Category Archives: Plants

It’s Time To Replant Sparaxis Plant!

It’s Time To Replant Sparaxis Plant!

It’s Time To Replant Sparaxis Plant –  Sparaxis plants are hardy bulbs that are usually grown as annuals. Some common names for Sparaxis plants include Harlequin Flower and Wandflower. They have lance shaped leaves and carry trumpet shaped flowers on spikes; the Sparaxis flowers may be of pink, purple, red, orange or white.

Plant Harlequin Flower bulbs in late summer to early fall 1 to 2 inches deep and spaced 4 inches apart in a sunny location with sandy, fertile soil.

Nerines In The Fall Garden

Nerines In The Fall Garden

Nerines In The Fall Garden – Nerines are usually considered to be too tender to grow outdoors, but there is one hardy species which can be relied upon to display its eye-catching flowers in the fall garden. It is the most important nerine in ornamental horticulture, highly valued for its cold tolerance, suitability as a container subject and massed bedding plant, and for its long-lasting cut flowers. The perfect annual bulb to add color when the rest of the garden is winding down, nerine produces frilly pink flower clusters.

Must-Have Fall Flowers For Colorful Garden

Must-Have Fall Flowers For Colorful Garden

Must-Have Fall Flowers For Colorful Garden – When fall comes, everything feels cold, bleak, and dead. However, you can still change the dull atmosphere in your home by creating a fall garden which will add pulchritude to the fall blur. There are plants which you can actually put in your colorful fall garden. Wide range of colorful flowers will enlighten your garden and will induce life and color. The only thing you need to do is to have the perfect flowers to plant in your fall garden. Below are some top fall flower favorites of garden planters in a fall garden.

5 Reasons Why Installing Artificial Grass is a Good Choice for your Home

5 Reasons Why Installing Artificial Grass is a Good Choice for your Home

From being used widely on football fields and other sporting venues, artificial grass made its way to homes, and home owners could not be happier. The use of synthetic or artificial grass in lawns is becoming a trend for lots of good reasons. Resembling the look of actual grass, it is usually hard to tell which is which from a distance. Moreover, today’s artificial grass production technology has made it possible to replicate the looks of actual grass in a closer angle.

Grapes In The Garden

Grapes In The Garden

Grapes In The Garden – Growing grapes is becoming a common plant to grow with the home gardener for several reasons. Their juice and fresh fruit can be used for jelly, jam, and even wine, along with being picked and eaten fresh from the vine. In addition, grape vines can add ornamental value to your home landscape when trained to grow on an arbor, or trellis for shade or screen planting. But, grape growing is not that easy; it takes a lot of patience, knowledge, and effort in the part of the grower in order to grow healthy and juicy grapes.

All About Home-Growing Strawberries

All About Home-Growing Strawberries

All About Home-Growing Strawberries – From home-grown fruit plants come harvests which can best be appreciated by someone who has actually eaten them. One’s first taste of a truly fine strawberry will soon point up the tremendous gap which exists between such a fruit and the run-of-the-field stuff sold at the supermarket.

The most important of all garden fruits is the strawberry. It more nearly resembles a vegetable in its culture than does any other fruit. It is not surprising that in many truck-gardening areas growers switch from vegetables to strawberries and back again almost at will.