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A complete guide to growing angle trumpets

Yellow angel trumpets

The angel trumpet is a tropical-subtropical plant that is a native of South and Central America, These garden beauties can reach a height anywhere from 6-12 ft. What I find so amazing about the angel trumpets are the flowers which it produces.

These flowers can get the attention I believe of just about anyone, the flower which is produced seems to be upside down in the form of a bugle. What also is unique about the flowers is the fragrance which it produces.

It was many years ago when I first got introduce to this plant where I was employed. Taking a look at these plants for the first time really impressed me. If you are interested in the growth and the care of the angel trumpets then let’s discuss how this is done.

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Tips for success in the growth and care of coleus

Coleus Garden Plants

A garden plant which I have grown to love over the years are coleus, coleus are so beautiful and just simply amazing. These garden beauties come in an array of colors that is so stunning, what makes these plants even more unique is the variegated leaves which means you can have a colorful garden all year long.

The burst of colors which these plants produce WOW I am telling you, you will be so happy that you made the investment with these garden beauties.  I have worked with coleus on several garden projects and have never been disappointed with the results.

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Tips on how to grow and care for dianthus

Dianthus

Dianthus can do your garden and landscapes much justice, these garden beauties are a real show stopper with their array of flowering colors which are so dazzling. Dianthus is native to Asia, Northen Europe, China, Alaska, and South Africa. These garden beauties are a part of the carnation family and produce a spicy fragrance.

Dianthus can be classified as perennials, hardy annuals or biennial, these plants can get up to 6-18 inches tall. Liven up your spring and summer gardens with dianthus which are truly amazing, if you are interested in the growth and care of dianthus then tag along with me as we take a closer look at the world of dianthus which can transform your garden that is such a delightful treat.

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Tips on successfully grow geraniums

Geraniums-care-of geranium-plants

Geraniums are great to add to your gardens and landscapes designs, my former place of employment every few months would order a 40-foot container of plants and among those plants which were ordered many were geraniums. Geraniums will work wonders by beautifying both your gardens, landscapes, and interior plantscapes. Geraniums look great when installed in a plant bed giving that much need flavor with its beautiful flower bloom.

If you are looking for a plant that will spice up your landscape and garden area including the interior then look no further the geranium has come to the rescue to brighten your day as you get a taste of these garden beauties.

Planting Location

In order for your geranium to perform at their best installing them in an area that gets full sunlight is a must.

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Tips on how to care for dusty millers

Dusty Miller-dusty miller-care

Dusty Miller Plant

As far as I can remember I first saw this plant I believe while in a neighborhood passing a home which was nicely landscaped many years ago. I was so impressed by the appearance of this plant that I went and did research to discover what plant species this was, I was even taken by the name of this plant that stuck with me from that day until now.

The dusty miller does not only has a unique name but also an appearance that will have heads turning. This garden beauty can stand out among garden plants becoming a real show stopper. Since then I have seen these plants all over the country in garden and landscaping designs and also in many plant nurseries, the dusty miller has a gray-silver color with a velvety texture that is so stunning.

Planting location.

Dusty millers should be grown in an area that gets full sunlight though they can thrive in partial shade. When installing or grouping dusty millers they should be spaced about 8-12 inches apart for proper air circulation.

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