Garden type: Patio & Container Garden

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Treasure flower (Gazania rigens)

Gazania rigens (Treasure flower) is a plant whose height is usually around 10 to 30 cm, although it can reach 50 cm in height if it reaches its second year of life. The flowers...

Zinnia elegans (Zinnia) - Zinnia collorful composition in the border - www.dearplants.com 0

Zinnia elegans (Zinnia)

Zinnia is an annual plant that presents a variety of cultivars, ranging from small plants 15 cm high to plants measuring almost 1 m. Inflorescences can be of a wide range of colors and...

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Scarlet Sage (Salvia splendens)

Salvia splendens (Scarlet Sage) is a plant that has a wide range of cultivated varieties with different heights from 15 cm to more than one meter. The most common cultivars have bright red flowers,...

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French marigold (Tagetes patula)

Tagetes patula (French marigold) is an annual herbaceous plant that rarely exceeds 40 cm in height. Although the common name, their origin is Mexico. Its inflorescences can be yellow, orange, red or brown, in...

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Dahlia

Dahlias are one of the most cultivated flowers in the world. In this guide we will learn how to plant dahlias but also how to propagate and enrich our garden. Dahlia is a genus...

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Poinsettia (Euphorbia pulcherrima)

How to care poinsettias Christmas flower plants all year round Poinsettia plants (Euphorbia pulcherrima) are stars during Christmas time. They are widely grown indoors for their brightly colored bracts and can be known as...

Anemone blanda (Winter windflower) - How to plant - www.dearplants.com 0

Winter windflower (Anemone blanda)

Anemone blanda (Winter windflower) is a compact rhizomatous perennial that are cultivated by their 3 to 4cm flowers. The flowers can be blue, pink or white blooming in spring. Winter windflower leaves are toothed...