Even discounting their showy flower displays, bromeliads are beautiful foliage plants, with strappy leaves in red, green, purple, orange, yellow, banded, stripes, spots or other combinations.
Baskets and Tubes
Tired of typical planters, and ready for change? Think outside the pot. Here I have some ideas like using wicker baskets and car tyres as planters.
Growing plants in the bathroom has surprisingly many advantages. Not only do they help purify the air, they have the ability to eliminate bacteria and absorb excess moisture.
Bromeliads- Pineapple plants
The pineapple is one of the best-known plants of this family. Bromeliads are among the most spectacular house and landscape plants, but they are also one of the most overlooked.
Bushes that laugh at thirst
The Best Drought Tolerant Shrubs vary from region to region. The trick is to find drought resistant shrubs that grow well in your area. Select shrubs on site-by-site basis, taking soil, climate and exposure into account.
Growing up: The art of climbing plants
Every garden needs a few climbing plants or wall shrubs. Flowering vines grow up; they add height, privacy, floral richness, and can be trained to grow on fences, trellises, arbors...
Vines for hot gardens
Tendril Climbers are vines that support themselves by tendrils and side shoots up anything they can grab onto. This and twinning types are suited for training up baffles, fences, pipes, trellises, post or wooden towers.
Heat tolerant plants, some like it hot
There are many awesome plants that love hot and dry conditions, suited for dry gardens. With water shortage, everywhere, I thought it a good idea, to discuss plants that are drought...
Some like it hot
Hot and dry climates can be a great challenge for the gardener, unless you want to grow a rock or cacti garden. If you have a landscape or areas of the garden where most flowers seem to fry, their brilliance fading and leaving lush healthy foliage looking dull and listless.