Clematis is a genus of about 300 species within the buttercup family, Ranunculaceae. In this post, we will be discussing about Clematis flammula (or that is what I think is the closest to the species I am going to describe. Kindly correct me if I am wrong. However the incorrect identification of species won’t affectContinue reading “Clematis”
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Flowers (Part 2)
There are so much variety when it comes to flowers that bloom on the surface of this planet that I am awestruck at the abundance and uniqueness of it! Now, being in a tropical region, I have come across a lot of perennials and annuals that bloom around here indigenously or otherwise. For me, IContinue reading “Flowers (Part 2)”
Just like plants, these flowers have their own personality! Happy ones, melancholic ones, the blues, the whimsical, sun-lovers and nocturnal, the bold ones and the shy.
A lot has been said and written about Hibiscus! You must be wondering what new can I add to this post that you aren’t aware about! Well I have tried to write about all the common problems that Hibiscus Plant Parents face so that you’re all set to have this plant in your Garden.
They are very very easy to care for and maintain and bloom almost throughout the year. Makes them a must have. I personally prefer the bush ones as compared to the vines. I found the vines a bit difficult to train when compared with other vines like jasmines.
Krishna-Kamal Passion Flower
One of the prettiest flowers to dot your garden, passion flowers are actually a type of vine flowers. These flowers are ideal for growing along your garden’s fences or trellis. For flower lovers, it is delightful to see Passion flowers in all their vibrant hues of purple, bright pink, red, yellow and green. What makesContinue reading “Krishna-Kamal Passion Flower”
Juhi – Jui – Jasminum Auriculatum
Juhi are one of the best jasmines to have in your Garden. Very low maintenance and the best part – they are vines!
The special feature of the flowers on a hydrangea shrub is that they can change from blue to pink or from pink to blue from one season to the next depending on the pH level of the soil.
Where to set up your Garden?
One of the most asked questions I get is about how to use and manage the space you have for your garden, so here I am, addressing the Space Factor!