InesJoyce

InesJoyce

Torrevieja, Alicante, Spain / I love learning, growing plants and making things.
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Moonflower - Scented in evenings, drought tolerant, good in containers and can be trained. Learn more at www.bhg.com

Datura aka Moonflower-best in smell-Like nicotiana, this annual is perfect for evening gardens as the big, pure white trumpet-shaped flowers are most fragrant as the sun goes down. It's gorgeous and easy to grow as it thrives in hot, sunny weather

Tuberose  (Polianthes tuberosa)   This perennial has a fountain of grassy leaves and glistening white tubular flowers. Zones 7-9, 14-24, H1, H2.

favorite fragrant blossoms Tuberose (Polianthes tuberosa) This perennial has a fountain of grassy leaves and glistening white tubular flowers.

How To Grow Ginger At Home... hey, maybe the Doctor can uss these tips and finally be ginger! X0DD ahhh im not funny

How To Grow Ginger At Home. hey, maybe the Doctor can uss these tips and finally be ginger! ahhh im not funny

large succulents - Google Search

Focus on the Foliage Emphasize rich brown, gray, and silver leaves rather than flowers, which can come and go quickly in the garden. Informal flower beds can be anchored with a larger sculptural plant such as this blue agave, and a grouping of other co

Beautiful Torchflower ginger lilies.

Pinner sez: I would like to add some ginger flowers for the wedding reception, and the altar bouquet.

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What a great idea to have an indoor fresh herb garden in a sunny nook of your kitchen. Now I know what to do with my retro laminate round table.it was going to the tip this weekend.

starface gladiolus

Starface Gladiolus Gladiola- they sprout out in the garden patches every rainy days, from June to Sept. Very pretty and unpretentious supposedly wild flowers.

Sarcococca confusa - sweet box. evergreen, winter flowers with scent. 1m across, 2m high but slow growing. Will take dry shade, so perhaps in the pot by the bathroom window? £12.99

evergreen, winter flowers(Dec-Feb) with scent. across, high but slow growing. Will take dry shade. Native to East Asia incl. I have this near my front door & the scent is amazing in January.