Do you want your rose garden to grow? Do you want to have more roses in your garden? Do you want to ensure that your roses still produce new flowers after the old ones wither?
If your answer to all these questions is a YES, then it is imperative that you know how roses reproduce. There are various ways in which roses reproduce so that more can sprout out. In this article, we’ll cover the basic details, as well as some methods that farmers and growers use to further encourage reproduction.
Orchids have been known as the exquisitely beautiful yet expensive and high maintenance specialist plant.
Recently, I have been getting a lot of questions about orchids. I might not be able to address every single orchid-related question from you today, my dear readers and fellow orchid enthusiasts, but let me answer the question I get frequently asked – How to revive orchids? Now, before I go in-depth on how to revive orchids, let me give you a quick glance on what orchids are like and what makes them so special.
Did you know that some flowers don't attract bees? Believe it or not, your summer is much more enjoyable without these busy bees buzzing around your garden.
Oftentimes, these bees flock to fragrant or yellow flowers to get nectar and pollen. They usually ignore long and narrow blossoms. Since their tongues are short, they cannot touch the nectar. Do you want to know what these flowers are? Take a look at the list of floral species that these buzzing insects don’t find attractive!
Crepe myrtle is a beautiful shrub that’s known for its bright-colored, long lasting blossoms. Crepe myrtles come in different sizes, habits, and colors. Popular blooms include pink, white, red, watermelon red, and purple. With their elegant stature, these shrubs have noteworthy exfoliating bark. Not only do crepe myrtles tolerate poor and dry soil, but they also bloom lavishly during summer.
Crepe myrtles are a low-maintenance choice for any property. Anyone can easily propagate these ornamental shrubs. Here are a few tried and tested methods on how to propagate crepe myrtle shrubs. One method might work better for some gardeners while another method might be easier for some.