Purple Wisteria Tree
Fragrant Purple Flowers in Tree Form! Wisterias are known for their stunning, ethereal air and deeply-hued blooms. Now the famously fresh, wispy florals are available in tree form! And what makes this tree a must-have for your landscape? • It's drought-tolerant, pest and disease resistant. • It's blooming with fragrance. • It's adaptable to many soils. Large purple florals explode on your 8 to 10-foot tree in the spring. Extremely fragrant, these blooms stand out in your garden. And the…
Curiosity is Key
There is so much more to the visual world than what we see as we fly through our increasingly busy lives, bombarded by visual stimuli from every direction in the form of billboards, TV, cinema, lighted signs and a myriad of other man-made images that cross our paths each and every day. It is sad that the majority of us miss out on so much pleasure by dismissing the ordinary in our lives and prioritizing our time so effectively that we have nothing left for simple observation. Often it is in…
Mostre aqui a tua planta preferida, ou melhor, uma das preferidas, pois entendemos que são inúmeras ... Mande a foto para firstname.lastname@example.org que nós a publicaremos para você. Dendrobium nobile no Orquidário do Cejarte set/2014 Dendrobium híbrido no Orquidário do Cejarte set/2014 Paphiopedillum no Orquidário do Cejarte set/2014 Bifrenaria harrisonae no Orquidário do Cejarte set/2014 Bromélia no Orquidário do Cejarte set/2014 Bromélia no Orquidário do Cejarte set/2014 Dendrobium híbrido no…
Jacaranda Hawaiian Blue Tree (jacaranda mimosifolia)
Well Worth Growing - Jacaranda is a sub-tropical tree native to South America that has been widely planted elsewhere because of its beautiful clusters of long lasting, lavender-blue, lightly fragrant, trumpet-shaped flowers. Jacarandas are very widely grown as ornamental trees in Australia.
Plant This: Silver Peso Texas mountain laurel shines in spring - Digging
February 25, 2012 Spring may be the sweeter for breaking a hard winter’s grip, but we central Texans wouldn’t know. I can assure you, though, that spring is pretty darn sweet following a summer of devastating drought and record-breaking heat. … Read More
Texas mountain laurel, Sophora secundiflora (Guess where I was this past weekend?) This post was written by Jean McWeeney for my blog Dig, Grow, Compost, Blog. Copyright 2012. Please contact me for permission to copy, reproduce, scrape, etc.