7 Types of Fruit Trees You Can Grow in Your Living Room

Want some fresh lemon for your tea? Try growing these indoor fruit trees in your office! The perfect blend of pretty and productive, these fruit trees can be grown like houseplants.

Alliums for the flower garden. How to grow alliums, what variety to choose. Hardy. Easy. Not susceptible to any serious plant diseases or pests and even ornamental alliums are deer and rodent resistant because they are technically members of the onion family.

How to Grow Alliums, Allium, Flowering Onions

Alliums for the flower garden. How to grow alliums, what variety to choose. Hardy. Easy. Not susceptible to any serious plant diseases or pests and even ornamental alliums are deer and rodent resistant because they are technically members of the onion family.

Types of hostas. Zones 3-8. Blooms summer or fall. Light to full shade. 6 to 3 tall, 6 to 5 wide. - My Garden Your Garden

Types of hostas. Zones 3-8. Blooms summer or fall. Light to full shade. 6 to 3 tall, 6 to 5 wide. - My Garden Your Garden

Soft Shield Ferns are indispensable shade lovers. Shield ferns are for shade gardens. It shoots out triangular fronds in spring that last all year in most states. It thrives in low light, reaching up to two feet wide and tall. Plant in spring or fall in moist, well-drained soil. Although most ferns like cool, damp conditions, some varieties, like Southern Shield fern, can take heat and full sun.

Soft Shield Ferns are indispensable shade lovers. Shield ferns are for shade gardens. It shoots out triangular fronds in spring that last all year in most states. It thrives in low light, reaching up to two feet wide and tall. Plant in spring or fall in moist, well-drained soil. Although most ferns like cool, damp conditions, some varieties, like Southern Shield fern, can take heat and full sun.

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