When is the best time to repot? Roots are growing through the drainage holes of the pots. There is dying or wilting foliage even after watering. There is a long, elongated stem with no lower leaves. How to do it: 1. Water the plant well a few hours before repotting, as a moist […]
Without a doubt, the lily stands out in terms of beauty and fragrance, and just bursts with symbolism that makes it appropriate for every occasion. Amiability, purity, love, unity as well as transience: the lily represents them all. These majestic flowers have certainly had a long history, and amazingly, images of lilies were found in […]
Lewisia cotyledon ‘Elise Mix’ is a strikingly beautiful addition to the range of flowering succulents for low-water gardens and containers, as well as for indoors as a long-lasting decor plant. Originating from the USA’s Pacific Northwest and the Rocky Mountains, it needs well-drained, moderately fertile, gritty soil that provides perfect drainage around the plant’s crown, […]
Lees in Afrikaans If you have a shady garden with lots of clivias that flowered well in spring, and you left their seeds on, sow them! You can never have too many of these beautiful indigenous plants. For successful germination you have to sow the seed when it is still fresh. Pick the berries when […]
The exceptional beauty and diversity of their floral form make Ericas irresistible to gardeners; these three species are well suited to cultivation.
Although deemed by many to be of a bygone era, Cannas still remain spectacular garden plants when used in the correct context.
Bear’s breeches come from Southern Europe and is considered one of the earliest cultivated garden plants.