Angel Wing Begonias produce beautiful flowers in a range of colors from white, pink, orange, and red, but they also require plenty of water and warm temperatures.
Hollyhocks produce beautiful flowers in a variety of colors but are short-lived. Thankfully, they’re very easy to grow and propagate so that you can continue your population of hollyhocks without much effort.
Foxgloves can grow up to six feet and produce beautiful flowers that are perfect for attracting butterflies and bees. Be careful to plant it in an area where it will have some afternoon shade, and keep it away from children and pets, as foxglove is very toxic.
Dianthus plants produce long-lasting pink flowers and are generally easy to care for. They do best, however, in moderate climates, as too much cold will kill them, while too much heat will cause them to go dormant. Read more about how to grow for it here.
Fuchsia plants create beautiful two-toned draping flowers that last from spring through fall, but they need to be well-taken care. We'll go into more details about how to grow this stunning plant properly below. Read more about how to take of this stunning plant
Pentas plant is fairly easy to take care of as you long as you water it regularly and take it inside during cold winters. When given enough sunlight, Pentas will produce beautiful flowers of various shades in a star-shaped pattern.
Do you know what is the largest taxonomic group of all living plants? It is the orchid family. The most diverse flowers on Earth. In this article, we'll dive deep into popular types of orchids (photos included)
Sunflowers are an enormously popular plant. They are synonymous with summer, and their bright open-faced flowers are guaranteed to make you smile. You can learn more about some beautiful types of sunflowers in this article
Covering every variety of Daisy would be a mammoth task, but if you are interested in finding out more about some of the most popular Daisy species, we have rounded up a list of the most popular
This plant, with its iconic flowers, easily gives away the origin of its common name, “Bleeding Heart.” This article will shed some ideas about how to care for this beautiful plant.