How to grow lavender from seeds

 lavender Seeds Germination Guide Step by Step Growing lavender seeds needs patience but is very rewarding Step 1 Mix the lavender seeds with sand and then add to a sealable plastic bag and then add some water to keep the sand moist. Then seal the bag tightly. Wrap...

Jacob’s Ladder

Jacob's Ladder It is also called Greek Valerian. The plant can grow tall up to 90cm and has bell-shaped purple-blue flowers. The foliage of the plant resembles a ladder. The flowering time varies but usually is between mid-spring to early summer. The colour of the...

Angelonia

Angelonia These flowers love the heat of summer and will reward you with their purple flowers during the whole season. All they need is regular watering a rich organic well-balanced soil. If plants do temporarily stop blooming, it's a good idea to prune them back, if...

Anemone

Anemone It is also known as wildflower.  They grow from bulbs. The bulbs look like shrivelled small acorns. Place the corms on a wet paper towel for a few hours and frequently add more water on top so that they swell up. You can then add a layer of soil to a tray and...

Aubrieta

Aubrieta A great groundcover that grows well between rocks and over unsightly walls. If you need a mat-forming plant that cascades down a big ugly wall this is your plant. This plant is very drought tolerant and can handle the burning sun of the hot summers well. They...

Ageratum

Ageratum Ageratum means floss flower. These fluffy flowers fill up the gap when you are looking for a rare colour among flowers. They are not only beautiful but also have a very long flowering time that lasts for months and months from spring to late autumn and in...

Balloon Flower

Balloon Flower These flowers get their name from the way their unopened buds look like. They have a pleasant blue-violet colour and also can have other varieties as well. They generally have a long flowering period and bloom heavily most of the summer. They can be...

Bell Flower

Bell Flower These flowers prefer cooler climates. They produce flowers from early summer to mid-autumn. Before the beginning of spring, you need to prune them down to the ground level. To improve their flowering potential remove the dead flowers. This will encourage...

Canterbury Bells

Canterbury Bells or Campanula It is a much-loved flower by many gardeners. It prefers cooler climates however you can still grow it as long as you provide morning sun and plenty of shade in the afternoon. It grows from seeds and likes a rich well-drained soil. They do...

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