May 14 2021
Kangaroo paw (Anigozanthos) profile
May 13 2021
Saffron Crocus (Artemisia dracunculus) profile
May 07 2021
Basket flower (Centaurea americana) profile
Hibiscus is also known as mallows, swamp mallows. Hibiscus is a hybrid of hibiscus sunflower, native to the eastern United States, and the same species. Hibiscu
Apr 27 2021By Maggie
The beautiful name of the evening primrose comes from the fact that it blooms in the evening and dies in the morning. Evening primrose has been used by Indians in America for more than a thousand years to overcome many ailments (pain relief, asthma, etc.)
Apr 25 2021By Maggie
Giant Fleece Flower (scientific name: Persicaria polymorpha) is a perennial twining vine of the genus Giant Fleece Flower of the Polygonaceae family. It has thick tuber roots, long oval shape and dark brown.
Apr 23 2021By Maggie
Giant fleece flower
Ptilotus plant is a one or two year grass flower. It belongs to the Pruxtail genus of Amaranthus family, which has over one hundred varieties and is originally produced in Australia.
Apr 22 2021By Maggie
Siberian iris (Iris siberica) is a perennial herb, native to Europe. Siberian iris is often planted in gardens and flower beds for ornamental.
Apr 20 2021By Maggie
Blue poppy is an annual or perennial herb, with yellow juice. One species is native to Western Europe, the other 48 species are equally distributed in the China-Himalayas region, but the most original species is in central China.
Apr 19 2021By Maggie
Columbine (Aquilegia viridiflora) is a plant in the genus Aquilegia in Ranunculaceae. Columbine is a perennial herb native to Europe and North America.
Apr 12 2021By Maggie
Coreopsis is a genus of annual and perennial herbs in the composite family. Most species are native to eastern North America. Coreopsis was first introduced by the British in Shandong Peninsula and is now growing in many parts of the country.
Apr 09 2021By Maggie
Purple coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) is a perennial herb of the genus Purple Coneflower. Purple coneflower is a wildflower in the Compositae family. It is named because its head resembles a pine cone.
Apr 07 2021By Maggie
Jacob‘s ladder (Polemonium caeruleum) belongs to Jacob’s ladder family, perennial herbs. Plant height is 30 ~ 50 cm; Stem is erect; Basal leaves are long petiolate.
Apr 06 2021By Maggie