Planting type: Cut Flowers

Celosia argentea (cockscomb) - yeallow flower - www.dearplants.com 0

Cockscomb (Celosia argentea)

Celosia argentea (cockscomb) are plants that have inflorescences in the form of feathers or ears. Its inflorescences are of vivid colors and can be found in red, orange, yellow, white, or several tones between...

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Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemum is a plant that has been cultivated in China for centuries, with a large number of cultivated varieties in the world today. In Japan, one of the countries where this flower is much...

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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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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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Sword lily (Gladiolus)

Gladiolus are popular garden plants. They are grown for their showy flowers produced mainly from spring to early autumn. There are over ten thousand hybrids and cultivars produced for garden cultivation, cutting and exhibiting....

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Tulip (Tulipa)

Tulips are bulbous perennials usually found in hot, dry habitats, from sea level to alpine areas in temperate Europe, Middle East and Asia. Tulips are valued in beds and borders but also in pots...