Bellflower (Campanula) – The Complete Guide

Bellflower (Campanula)

A prime example of flower-rich habitats, the bellflower does not let its gardener down. The cosmopolitan among the perennials adorn the bed, the rock garden, the balcony, and the windowsill throughout the summer. Care Tips In order to enjoy the filigree flower carpet throughout the summer, bellflowers do not require extensive care. If you pay …

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Stonecrops (Sedum) – The Complete Guide

Stonecrops (Sedum)

As a succulent ornamental plant with summer blooms in enchanting colors, stonecrops (Sedum) have won many sympathies. This perennial good-natured plant forgives many beginner’s mistakes. Planting Stonecrops Properly In order for the stonecrop to play to its strengths perfectly, the following aspects are relevant in the context of planting: Keep them in a sunny location …

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Snowdrops (Galanthus) – The Complete Guide

Snowdrops (Galanthus)

They venture out of hiding when the garden is still in deep winter sleep. Snowdrops (Galanthus) spread a romantic spring mood without requiring extensive care. Planting Snowdrops Properly The time window for planting snowdrops is open from the end of August to the end of October. The early bloomers develop their optimum in a protected, …

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Waxflowers (Hoya) – The Complete Guide

Waxflower (Hoya)

With its white or red flower balls, composed of countless waxy star-shaped flowers, the hoya, also known as waxflower, waxplant, or waxvine, spreads tropical flair on the windowsill. The splendor of the flowers is accompanied by heart-shaped, oval, or elongated, leathery leaves. Behind the exotic silhouette hides a low-maintenance, climbing houseplant. Care Tips It is …

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Coral Bells (Heuchera) – The Complete Guide

Coral bells (Heuchera)

The evergreen coral bells (Heuchera) are also sometimes known as alumroot. They enchant us with beautiful flower colors and neat leaves that shimmer in magnificent shades. Native to the mountains of North America and Mexico, the plants are well hardy. They grace your garden as prodigal perennials for many years with their beautiful floral display. …

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Arum Lily (Arum) – The Complete Guide

Arum lily - Arum

The arum lily (Arum) thrives with magnificent foliage and deep red berry clusters in shady locations that other perennials shy away from. Despite their name, however, they are not related to lilies (Lilium). If the high poison content is not an insurmountable hurdle, the plant provides decorative accents in beds and containers throughout the year. …

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