How to Grow a Purple Passion Plant | Hunker
The purple fuzzy plant is a favorite among houseplant enthusiasts for its color and care. The purple passion plant produces broad leaves in hues of green and purple that fade from vibrant to rich and dark. It is relatively easy to take care of and can tolerate a forgetful indoor houseplant gardener.
Plant Up a Wheelbarrow Fairy Garden
Create a charming little landscape in a vintage wheelbarrow that you can move about to suit your mood or lifestyle. We show you how to make a fairy garden, including how to select fairy garden plants, fairy garden accessories, and one clever fairy garden idea.
Thymus lanuginosus - woolly thyme (perennial, sun) among the lowest-growing groundcovers, a wonderfully woolly cousin of creeping thyme, forms a low carpet, will cascade, shear back occasionally
How To Grow Your Own Moss
image:4408655c3cedc308834ed860d17d3f831de27960 w:540 s:"fit" class_name:"mt-image-center" show_pin_button:"true" show_image_credits:"true" I love outdoor spaces filled with overgrown blooms, piles of mismatched pots, bits and bobs of weathered sculpture, and richly textured blankets of moss. Though moss could be associated with the words ‘dilapidated’ or ‘swampy’, it is actually a very healthy vegetation in that it has no known pests or diseases.
شبكة أرثوذكس أونلاين – إيمان، تاريخ وليتورجية كنيسة الروم الأرثوذكس
Even though it’s getting cold outside, we can still dream of adding wonderful new plants to our Fairy Gardens next spring. Those of you who live in the southern climates can actually add them now. Plant Spotlights will be one of the regular features here on The Scoop. Each one will highlight the lovely little plants we have chosen to be part of the Fairy Flowers collection. Today we’ll be taking a look at ‘Mari Lynn’s Armeria'(ARMERIA maritima Compacta). Armeria are also known as: “Lady’s…