Outdoor

Your Garden With Blue Wild Flowers

Your Garden With Blue Wild Flowers

Your Garden With Blue Wild Flowers – Planting wild flowers in your garden, or simply scattering wild flower seeds around an area of your yard are both ways to take advantage of Mother Nature’s treasured gifts. Wild flowers are care-free, colorful, and tend to attract bees, butterflies and birds. So planting wild flowers not only gives you an easy maintenance flower garden. It also promises to be a constant source of interesting activity throughout the year.


The following wild flowers are blue to purple in color, and some say this is a favorite color of bees.

5 Tips to caring for your lawn

5 Tips to caring for your lawn

Nothing is as beautiful as having a green carpet of grass that is free from pesticide and diseases that tend to slow down growth. If you have one yourself, you want your kids to enjoy playing on it, sitting and sleeping on it, hold parties on it, and most of all, be an example to your neighbourhood.

Veronica Plant

Veronica Plant

Veronica Plant – Veronica Speedwell perennial flowers are a perfect, easy to grow and easy to care for flower. While there are over 500 different species of Veronicas that come in a variety of types and sizes, the Veronica Speedwell is an attractive perennial with long tubular spikes. Veronica’s beautiful flowers come in a variety of colors including pinks, blues, purples and whites. They also add that extra something special to your garden design. If drainage is satisfactory then you will have no trouble with Veronica – no trouble to grow them, but you may well have difficulty in keeping them under control.

Venidium Plant

Venidium Plant

Venidium plant (Monarch of the Veldt, Cape Daisy) is in the aster family and it certainly deserves to be better known. The sunflower-like blooms are 4 in across and they are quite distinctive – at the base of each inner petal is a purple-black blotch, providing a rayed effect around the rim of the prominent black disc. The blooms on their long stems make excellent cut flowers. Mix Cape Daisy flowers into the border or plant around the vegetable garden, as they are very attractive to beneficial insects and pollinators.

5 Tips to caring for plants in Northern California

5 Tips to caring for plants in Northern California

Plants are a great addition to any household. They improve your environment, whether indoor or outdoor, and are generally beneficial for your health. They absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen giving you a literal breath of fresh air. Certain species of plants have also been found to have air purifying properties. Garden mums, spider plants, and snake plants are just some of those capable of removing air pollutants such as ammonia, benzene, and formaldehyde.

Leopard’s Bane: Planting And Care

Leopard’s Bane: Planting And Care

Leopard’s Bane: Planting And Care – If you want to fill a patch of your bed or border with large and yellow daisy-like flowers, Leopard’s bane (the genus Doronicum of family Asteraceae, also known as aconite, monkshood, or Devil’s helmet) is the one to select when you also want earliness — in many herbaceous borders it is this plant which provides the first splash of bright color amongst the herbaceous perennials.