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.
Croton is an extensive flowering plant genus in the spurge family, Euphorbiaceae. The plants of this genus were described and introduced to Europeans by Georg Eberhard Rumphius. The common names for this genus are rushfoil and croton, but the latter also refers to Codiaeum variegatum. The generic name comes from the Greek κρότος (krótos), whichContinue reading “Crotons”
The bronze-leaved Begonias are better suited to full sun locations and plants will flower from spring. These kinds are seen more often in the warmer regions of India.
Nephrolepis exaltata, known as the Boston swordfern, wild Boston fern, Boston Blue Bell Fern, tuber ladder fern, or fishbone fern, is a very popular house plant, often grown in hanging baskets or similar conditions. It is a perennial plant. Although the plant prefers partial shade or full shade outdoors, it doesn’t grow in shade whenContinue reading “Fern”
Juhi are one of the best jasmines to have in your Garden. Very low maintenance and the best part – they are vines!
The only thing it requires is sunlight. It needs at least 3-4 hours of direct sunlight. So that raises the question whether it is an indoor plant?
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.
Looking at the bunch of the beautiful flowers, we can’t help but be awed at the tiny details that nature has tended this plant with!
Hi! Welcome back to another episode of Reema’s Garden! If you’ve watched my previous videos, you’ll know how we talked about how to manage the space we have for our garden and how to use the available sunlight to choose our plants. In today’s video we are talking about the differences and different uses ofContinue reading “All about Grow-Bags and Pots!”