Petunia Night Sky Flower

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Petunia Night Sky Flower

Petunia Night Sky Flower

The white spots on the dark violet flowers look like an ever-changing star constellation in the night sky. This newcomer from cuttings is easy to grow and transport thanks to its semi-trailing plant habit. Night Sky flowers very early and convinces with excellent branching. Perfect as a stand-alone item, the splendid, white spotted violet blooms will also shine in baskets and mixed containers. Thanks to the perfectly chosen name, this unique plant has an inspiring story to tell and brings the night sky to the terrace or balcony.

Petunia ‘Night Sky’ has already been awarded a prestigious Fleurostar award by industry insiders, and rightly so. The launch of this special flower marks a breeding breakthrough. No other Petunia plant can boast the starry speckled pattern of this unique bloom. White speckles against a deep purple-blue backing recreate a clear night sky. You’ll get lost gazing at the myriad of patterns – each flower is totally unique. Possibly the most distinctive bloom you’ve seen on this planet, let this petunia spill from hanging baskets and patio containers for a particularly eye catching display this summer. Petunias are one of the most popular garden bedding flowers. They have wide trumpet shaped flowers and branching foliage that is hairy and somewhat sticky. Petunias are prolific bloomers, although some forms require deadheading to keep them going.

 

Red Slipperwort Flowers Wallpaper

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Red Slipperwort Flowers Wallpaper

Red Slipperwort Flowers Wallpaper

Slipper Flower is an exotic plant that is a favorite of many gardeners. Well-known for its large, puffed up blooms, Calceolaria is commonly referred to by many names: Lady Slipper, Slipper Flower, Pocketbook Plant, or Slipperwort. It is a treasured flower to Victorian era gardeners with its cheerful, dotted blooms.Slipperwort, Calceolaria is compact and easy to grow from flower seeds. It is delicate preferring a cool summer with regular watering. When temperatures begin to drop, bring Slipper Flower plants indoors and find a sunny window for them to sit in.There are about 300 species of Calceolaria, but the vast majority of those commonly cultivated are hybrids of the Chilean species Calceolaria crenatiflora.They are commonly known as Pocketbook Plants, Pouch Flowers or Slipper Flowers.

Calceolarias are soft stemmed biennials that form compact, mounding plants that grow 6″-15″ tall, depending on the cultivar. They have soft, light green, deeply textured 3″ leaves with scalloped edges, but the foliage tends to disappear under the masses of unique, brightly colored, 1½” Pouch Flowers as they begin to open.
Pocketbook Plant gets its name from the puffy, brightly colored flowers that look like pouches or slippers. Other common names for this unusual-looking plant are Slipper Flower and Slipperwort. Many flower colors are available — yellow, white, orange, red, maroon or copper, usually with red, purple or brown spots. Pocketbook plant is forced into bloom, sold, then discarded once the blossoms have faded. Its outstanding characteristic is the unusual flowers. They come in a range of colors: yellow, orange or red and are either solid, spotted or bicolor. They are one inch across with a swollen lower lip resembling a slipper, pocketbook or pouch and are held in dense corymbs often covering the foliage.

Beautiful Red Stocks

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Beautiful Red Stocks

Beautiful Red Stocks

Stock Flower, also called Virginia Stock Flower, Gilly Flower, or Matthiola, is a native of Southern Asia Minor, South Africa, Albania, Greece, and other parts of the Mediterranean coastal region. It was named after Pierandrea Mattioli, an Italian botanist who cultivated Stock believing that it has medicinal value due to the fragrance. Stock flowers come in pink, yellow, white, purple, lavender, magenta, and red. It has 4 cross-shaped petals that form spikes on a stem, set off by oval, toothed leaves. Stock plants are generally low-branching that can only reach 12 to 30 inches in height. Dwarf varieties usually grow 8 to 12 inches high.

Stock Flower (Malcolmia maritima) is a low-branching annual herb. Stock Flower is also referred to as Virginia Stock flower. Stock flowers come in a profusion of fragrant loose racemes. Stock flowers are white and pink, or red, or lilac in color. Mostly bushy erect plants, Matthiola species have simple, often gray-green leaves that are sometimes toothed. The flowers, which appear from spring through to summer, are 4-petalled and grow on upright, often branching stems. They range in color from pink to mauve and purple, and some species can make lovely cut flowers as well as being suitable for garden bedding. There are also many garden strains in a wide range of flower forms and colors.

Stock flowers bloom from spring to summer, offering continuous blooms in the sunny garden when given the right stock plant care. Most stock varieties have become well-bred doubles, an upgrade from their wild, single nature. Modern varieties vary in height from 12 to 30 inches, but they’re all rather stiff columns surrounded by flowers. The flowers are pink, white, red, rose, purple, and lavender in color.

Yellow African Marigold

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Yellow African Marigold

Yellow African Marigold

African Marigold is part of the Tagetes genus. Its scientific name is Tagetes erecta. Blooms appear in these approximate colours: Orange peel and Canary yellow and Burnt orange. Leaves appear approximately as a British racing green.This plant is a great attractor for bees, so if you are looking to attract wildlife African Marigold is a great choice.

It is an edible flower / ornamental that typically grows as an annual, which is defined as a plant that matures and completes its life cycle over the course of a single year.
Bright gold blooms on a high quality dwarf plant. Delivers excellent, season-long landscape performance. Taishan Gold marigold produces fully double, golden-yellow pompons on compact, upright, 12- to 18-inch (30 to 45 cm) plants. This cultivar can be purchased and planted as seed or as nursery-grown seedlings.

A bright and familiar garden annual, American marigold is native throughout Mexico and Central America. The dark green ferny foliage has a distinctive aromatic smell. Plants will continue to bloom while temperatures are warm and favorable. The removal of spent flowers will ensure continued blooming. The African Marigold is sometimes called an American or Aztec Marigold. Some of the African types are sensitive to day length, and initiate flowers faster under short days. Marigolds are very easily grown from seeds. These long black seeds are large enough that even young children can hold and plant them individually.

Yellow African Marigold Flower

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Yellow African Marigold Flower

Yellow African Marigold Flower

Yellow African Marigold Flower is part of the Tagetes genus. Its scientific name is Tagetes erecta. Blooms appear in these approximate colours: Orange peel and Canary yellow and Burnt orange. Leaves appear approximately as a British racing green.This plant is a great attractor for bees, so if you are looking to attract wildlife African Marigold is a great choice.

It is an edible flower / ornamental that typically grows as an annual, which is defined as a plant that matures and completes its lifecycle over the course of a single year.
Bright gold blooms on a high quality dwarf plant. Delivers excellent, season-long landscape performance. Taishan Gold marigold produces fully double, golden-yellow pompons on compact, upright, 12- to 18-inch (30 to 45 cm) plants. This cultivar can be purchased and planted as seed or as nursery-grown seedlings.

A bright and familiar garden annual, American marigold is native throughout Mexico and Central America. The dark green ferny foliage has a distinctive aromatic smell. Plants will continue to bloom while temperatures are warm and favorable. The removal of spent flowers will ensure continued blooming. The African Marigold is sometimes called an American or Aztec Marigold. Some of the African types are sensitive to day length, and initiate flowers faster under short days. Marigolds are very easily grown from seeds. These long black seeds are large enough that even young children can hold and plant them individually.

Orange African Marigold

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Orange African Marigold

Orange African Marigold

African Marigold is part of the Tagetes genus. Its scientific name is Tagetes erecta. Blooms appear in these approximate colors: Orange peel and Canary yellow and Burnt orange. Leaves appear approximately as a British racing green.This plant is a great attractor for bees, so if you are looking to attract wildlife African Marigold is a great choice.

It is an edible flower / ornamental that typically grows as an annual, which is defined as a plant that matures and completes its lifecycle over the course of a single year.
Bright orange blooms on a high quality dwarf plant. Delivers excellent, season-long landscape performance. Orange African marigold produces fully double, golden-orange pompons on compact, upright, 12- to 18-inch (30 to 45 cm) plants. This cultivar can be purchased and planted as seed or as nursery-grown seedlings.

A bright and familiar garden annual, American marigold is native throughout Mexico and Central America. The dark green ferny foliage has a distinctive aromatic smell. Plants will continue to bloom while temperatures are warm and favorable. The removal of spent flowers will ensure continued blooming. The African Marigold is sometimes called an American or Aztec Marigold. Some of the African types are sensitive to day length, and initiate flowers faster under short days. Marigolds are very easily grown from seeds. These long black seeds are large enough that even young children can hold and plant them individually.

White Eden Rose Flower

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White Eden Rose Flower

White Eden Rose Flower

The blooms are an unusual blend of pastel pinks, creams and yellows. White flowers cover this very vigorous climber from head to toe in the spring and contrast nicely with its dark foliage. The perfectly formed blooms are a luscious creamy white with a faint green edge and a soft watermelon center. Eden Climbing Rose, also known as ‘Pierre de Ronsard’ after the French poet, is a modern, disease-resistant, continually-blooming, strong-growing rose with an old-fashioned look. It produces 4-1/2 inch fully cupped blooms of around 100 petals of cream, pink and shades of apple green and yellow. The flower heads are heavy and nod downward attractively, giving you a full view of their beautiful faces.

It has a light scent, something that could be considered a down-side to its many attributes, but overall, Eden can add tremendous interest to gardens large or small with its showy, gorgeous blooms, climbing habit and distinct nod toward romanticism. The ethereal blooms produce as singles and clusters, repeating through the season. A heavenly, disease-resistant rose. White Eden is a Romatica climbing rose with gorgeous old-fashioned slightly fragrant white flowers.  This repeat bloomer is disease resistant and has a vigorous growth habit.  Asexual propagation prohibited. White Eden Rose is a stunning, white Climbing rose. Producing beautiful and very full, old fashioned rose style quartered flowers measuring around 5″ are borne both singularly and in small clusters in white with occasional early blushed tones of cream and pink on dense, upright, dark green, semi-glossed foliage. Repeat flowering climbing rose.