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White flowers | create a peaceful landscape

White flowers  The last couple of days ago, we introduced you to the Blue flowers for the cool theme in your post. Now we are telling you about white flowers which will give you cool effects during the summer. White flowers make a moonlit feel in the evening, which create a peaceful complete landscape. There is a wide range of …

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Growing and caring, popular Ixora houseplants

Ixora plant (Ixora coccinea) Ixora plant (Ixora coccinea) is used to prepare the decorative landscape of Plant South and Central Florida. It has a popular plant for the patio and houseplant. Ixora plants are used to hedge in South Florida. Its nearly 400 species are grown. These tropical flowers are native to China and South Asia. The red, yellow, pink …

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Pilea Peperomioides | Growing and care info

Pilea Peperomioides- Chinese money plant Pilea Peperomioides is also known as a Chinese money plant. If you are fond of indoor plants, then Pilea Peperomioides are a good choice, and why not, because when its shiny pancake-shaped green leaves produce a color contrast with your white walls that look beautiful and attractive. Although it is easy to plant and grow, when …

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Blue flowers | a cool theme for your garden

  The cool theme of Blue Flowers Blue flowers have different attractions in the garden. In the spring, along with yellow flowers, cool realization in winter and splendid color combination are the attractions of your garden. Today you will add the blue flowers in your garden, there are so many blue flowers which are growing, make some flower beds, some …

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Peonies | Planting and care tips

Peonies perennial shrubs  Peonies are a good time to grow and many of its species are present, so it is possible to get confused. This is a very popular plant which is available in both herbs and trees. In addition, hybrid peonies are also available in the nursery. Itoh intersectional peonies are a hybrid cross between a bush peony and a …

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How to grow Ridge Gourd at home | Planting and care

Growing Ridge Gourd There is a summer season and early spring is full of green vegetables till late spring. Ridge Gourd is the only vegetable of the summer season that you would like to plant in your garden. You can easily grow it in your patio or the containers. Ridge Gourd is a member of the cucumber family and contains plenty …

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How to grow and care for Tulips | Plant Tulip bulb

Tulips in your garden Wild tulips are native to dry areas of Central Asia. Its main species are red and yellow in color. Modern and hybrid varieties are smaller than the original species of flowers. Tulip lasts for a long time and is in bright colors. These are the attractions of your garden from early spring to early summer. They …

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Easter Cactus Care and easy Growing tips | Nature Brings

The Easter Cactus (Raptisalidopsis) enhances the beauty of your garden with attractive bright colors, it gives you flowers abundantly from March to May. The flowers of the star of Easter cactus bloom with the sunrise and close at sunset, these flowers bloom for a few weeks. The holiday plants such as Christmas and Easter Cactus are Brazilian forest cactus hybrids, …

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Daffodil Bulbs | Planting and growing instructions

Easy growing perennial Daffodil It is a hardy and easy growing perennial, which grows in most areas of North America, except Southern Florida. Bulbs of Daffodil is planted in the fall so that they can easily bloom in late winter and early spring. The flowers of Daffodils can be attractive, white or yellow, which is like a trumpet and has …

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10 Splendid plants for Flower Bed  Gardening | Nature Bring

Flower Bed  Gardening You can develop flower beds in your garden based on the experience of your life or by gathering information from anywhere else. It increases the beauty of your garden. But it is important to understand some basic things for this. Nature Bring is giving you information about similar plants from which you can make flower beds. To …

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