ABC das Suculentas: Troncos de Árvore
Sphenosciadium capitellatum “Ranger’s Buttons” "3’-5’ tall with stout, erect stems, bearing several large (4” across) umbels made of very compact tiny white flowers that look like “buttons” at the ends of hairy branches, which change from pinky purple in bud to pure white, then fade to purplish. [Attracts bees and butterflies] Valued for its late Summer bloom period, regular garden watering should be fine." modern gardens, white flowers, ranger button, button flowers, capitellatum ranger, garden design ideas, sphenosciadium capitellatum, modern garden design, flower patterns
Sphenosciadium capitellatum “Ranger’s Buttons”
i love this
Japanese Chrysanthemum--brought to Japan by Buddhist monks in 400 AD. Became the imperial flower.
Papaver 'Single Black'- Oh the gorgeousness! Huge 4-5” single darkest purple-maroon blooms bear stunning white anthers & a contrasting lime green ovary in the center. A masterful creation of the Poppy-gods! To 3’ tall, plant them early & in rich soil for floral fantabulosity! Killer combined with Nicotiana ‘Lime Green’. Self-sows for free plants each Spring. white poppies, black poppi, papav singl, black poppy, gardening poppies, black flowers, singl black, black plants, black and white garden
Papaver 'Single Black'
Borage is an edible flower with a cucumber-like taste. The annual has a long taproot, so is best sowed directly in the garden. Often self-seeds again and again...Borage Oil is also a little known secret for keeping your skin healthy. It is a natural oil that not only restores moisture and smoothness to dry and damaged skin, but can also provide relief to people who suffer from chronic skin disorders such as eczema and atopic dermatitis. plant, blue flowers, color, wildflower, purple flowers, natural oils, garden, blues, edible flowers
Bottle Gentian ~ Gentiana andrewsii we have these growing down at the creek
Eremurus 'Lemon Meringue' (Foxtail Lilies or Desert Candles). Tall spikes of starry florets; extremely showy and eye-catching; for a sunny, very well drained border or dry meadow; protection from strong winds helpful; makes excellent cut flowers; very late spring or early summer; zones 5-8 foxtail lili, yellow flowers, yellow plants for shade, garden ideas, eremurus lemon, cut garden flowers, cut flowers, flowers garden, lemon meringu
Eremurus 'Lemon Meringue'
Genetics of the Beautiful “Glass Gem” Corn Corn gone viral? You’re looking at an ear of a corn variety called “Glass Gem”, grown by Greg Schoen of Seeds Trust. This is real corn! How does it grow this way? First you have to understand a few things about corn. Each corn kernel is actually a sort of unique plant... plant, gem corn, glasses, color, seed, food, costume jewelry, garden, glass gem
art-and-dream: Art painting Petunias 1925 wonderful by Georgia Totto O’Keeffe (November 15, 1887-March 6, 1986) was an American artist georgia okeefe art, art paintings, georgia okeeffe flowers, flower paintings, petunia, georgia okeefe paintings, purple flowers artist, georgia okeefe flowers, georgia o'keefe art
by Georgia O'Keefe
This would be fabulous for my "woodland garden" which at present consists of a gulch that the goat has to clear of nettles and blackberries every spring. He would ADORE to clear it of hostas as well. Also hydrangeas and pretty much anything else pretty I wanted to plant there. He is both diligent and thorough. inspiration, illinois, water gardens, yard, water features, gardening, japanese gardens, shade, pond
How to care for Joseph's Coat Roses-one of my favs
sweet pea and sulfer?