Yoshino Cherry Trees are a hybrid between Prunus speciosa and Prunus subhirtella ‘Rosea.’ This hybrid can occur naturally or via cultivation. It is highly regarded in Japan as one of the most beautiful flowering trees and has become popular around the world as an ornamental tree since its introduction to North America and Europe in the early 1900s.
The Forest Pansy is a type of redbud that can be grown as a large shrub or a small to medium-sized tree. It has an interesting multi-branching habit, and when mature, takes on an attractive non-symmetrical shape with a flat top.
Purple is an elegant color that symbolizes royalty, mystique, creativity, and spirituality. It brings a sense of calm, mellows out the viewer, and increase positivity. Last but not least - purple and green are an excellent combo, making the purple especially magnificent color in the garden.
There is only one species of Coconut Palm tree in the world, and this is Cocos nucifera. However, many cultivars exist within this species, which bear a wide variety of different types of coconuts. The Coconut Palm cultivars are split into two groups; dwarf varieties and tall varieties.
Lemon trees have so much to offer; they are ornamentally attractive, produce fragrant flowers, and bear delicious fruits that offer versatility in the kitchen. They are also surprisingly easy to care for and can be grown in almost any climate.
Garden gnomes are among the most common garden decorations in the West. We encounter them nonchalantly scattered across the lawns, in the gardens and yards from North America to Greece.
Gnomes are shaped as ornamental figurines of various sizes depicting males of a small, mythological humanoid race that lives underground.
There are four types of true cedar trees; in other words, trees that belong to the Cedrus genus. All of these trees are evergreen and coniferous and are found growing natively in mountainous regions around the world.
Redbud trees belong to the pea family (Fabaceae) and are very versatile, being suitable for use as both shrubs and trees. They are reliable bloomers, often signaling the first sign of spring when their branches light up with masses of small flowers before their leaves emerge several weeks later.
Rhododendrons are a highly popular plant, thanks to their ability to bloom abundantly with a large array of different flowers. With near 1,000 species available, Rhododendrons offer a wide variety of choices, with something to suit almost any climate.
Blue flowers are not considered exceptionally rare, but they are certainly one of the least commonly found flower colors in gardens, with blue flowers accounting for just ten percent of all flowering plants known in the world.