Carnations, whether perennial or annual, they offer us very features beautiful flowers. Maintaining them is easy, although we will see tips will help you get some beautiful flowers throughout the summer. If you want further advice you will find many more waiting.
The number of species of carnations offers a wide variety of colors and shapes. This plant offers a generous bloom that will serve to decorate beds, rock gardens or planters. Its flowering occurs from May to September. Read more
The gardenias are a very popular indoor plants. Proper maintenance, watering, pruning and re-potting help us improve flowering of these. And all this is what we see in the following lines.
First of all say something brief about gardenias, and they are certainly one of the most beautiful indoor plants. They especially like its abundant flowering and its delicate scent of jasmine.
Besides this plant fits well into homes, provided it is not near heat sources to prevent dehydration. Exterior needs a very mild climate, away from the hibernator’s frost. Read more
Sunflowers (Helianthus annuus) are plants that offer a beautiful and innovative bloom. Originating in America, sunflower is grown as an annual plant, although some species are perennial. These belong to the family Asteraceae. Of this, the Helianthus are not only the best known, but they are also the largest, with a size that can reach up to 3 m high.
Regardless of the species, almost all have that yellow sunflowers so characteristic reminiscent of the sun. Sunflowers also have the advantage of being melliferous, participating in pollination and therefore in the ecosystem. Read more
Camellias are probably one of the most beautiful flowering shrubs. They offer us a very remarkable flowering in autumn and spring seasons. Planting, care and pruning of camellias will help to improve growth and prevent possible diseases. Their care is simple, as you’ll see in the following lines.
It is recommended to plant camellias mainly in the fall season to promote good rooting and better flowering in the early months of the year. In spring we can plant camellias acquired in pots, although they require regular watering the first few weeks. Read more