Star Jasmine (Trachelospermum Jasminoidis) – The Complete Guide

Star jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides)

The graceful star jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoidis) enchants mainly by its numerous, star-shaped, white flowers, which stand out clearly against the strong green leaves. With their vanilla scent, the delicate flowers of this fast-growing vine are reminiscent of those of real jasmine. Origin and growth The star jasmine, also known as confederate jasmine and southern jasmine, …

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Honeysuckle (Lonicera) – The Complete Guide

Honeysuckle (Lonicera)

Modesty is the trump card for the honeysuckle when it comes to caring measures. In contrast, the ornamental shrub offers a lot when it comes to flowering splendor and autumnal fruit decoration. Planting Honeysuckle Properly September and October are busy months in nurseries because now is planting time for the most beautiful ornamental shrubs. If …

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Maidenhair (Muehlenbeckia) – The Complete Guide

Maidenhair (Muehlenbeckia)

Muehlenbeckia or maidenhair species are popular shrubs that are often planted outdoors. But not every representative of this genus is suitable for outdoor cultivation in mild regions. Each species has adapted to different climatic conditions with its growth habit. Origin Muehlenbeckia is a genus of plants that includes more than 20 different species. Their main …

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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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Trumpet Vine (Campsis Radicans) – The Complete Guide

Trumpet vine ( Campsis radicans)

With its trumpet-shaped, lush flowers, the trumpet vine (Campsis radicans) is a decorative vine ornament. Its winter hardiness makes it a recommended alternative to the tropical angel’s trumpet (Brugmansia). The trumpet vine is also commonly known as hummingbird vine, cow itch vine, and trumpet creeper. Read on to find you what you should know about …

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