Easy flowering plants
Bright and cheery coreopsis
This summer, my goal is to make full use of my hibiscus plant. I enjoy this shrub on the patio as I need to have easy access to the gorgeous flowers. And I simply cherish the island memories that this tropical flower brings to my mind. So I like to place it somewhere you can… Continue reading Hibiscus for summer
Plumbago is a vine-like shrub with delicate blue flowers and sprawling branches that can be trained to grow on a wooden trellis for a cascading waterfall effect. It prefers the heat of the sun and comes with evergreen foliage. I grow them in containers but you can dig a hole to plant this beauty and… Continue reading Imperial Blue Plumbago
There are many varieties of this soothing herb. So try to get the one that you find in your local nursery as each variety has its own hardiness. It is a low maintenance, drought tolerant plant and so one of the must haves low water plant in the garden! It requires a well-drained soil for… Continue reading Lavender – the healing herb
Roses are such a classic in any garden and I couldn't think of a better first blog. They are easy to start but need fertilizing regularly to achieve those pretty blooms. I grow my roses in containers as well as in the ground. If you are a beginner, the mini rose bush is a wonderful… Continue reading Roses
Dahlias that add bold color to the garden.