Plants that start with t

Plants that start with t

Should i start my garden from seed or starter plants & more

“Opar’s Jewels” or “Fame Flower” Designers prize the haze of color created by slender erect stems bearing obovate ivory-margined fleshy leaves; terminal pinkish-red flowers accompanied by berries produce a haze of color. Since I’m a Caribbean native, I try to stay away from the cold in the winter. The clear is a great addition to any outdoor container, windowbox, or even bedding.
Bright chartreuse-gold foliage creates a striking contrast with the misty clusters of carmine flowers in this wonderful “Golden Fame Crop” range created at Kingwood Center in Mansfield, Ohio. This is now a very common topic for outdoor summer bedding, and seeing a swath of these at Kingwood Center is a true design…
“Button Ball Fern” is a name for a form of fern. Upright rhizomes with gracefully arching tripinnate fronds (triangular in overall outline) and a series of rounded button-like bulbils running along the top of the central midrib, which will mature into new plantlets. The Caribbean is a climate-tolerant species. A fern that no child can resist, as well as moss…
A succulent cousin of Thorncroftia and the Iboza, as well as a distant relative of the common Swedish Ivy. This upright woody plant with dramatic felted foliage is ideal for succulent plant growers as well as houseplant collectors. And aromatic plant growers are pleased. Midwinter flower spikes are impressive…

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You’ll find profiles and care tips, as well as pictures to help you recognize house plants. (At long last, you’ll be able to prove your ownership of the exotic plant-in-a-basket you got for your birthday.) Are you stumped as to where to begin? The House Plants Encyclopedia A-Z is divided into three parts, allowing you to search for plants based on their foliage, flowering, or succulent characteristics. The common names of the house plants are described first, followed by their botanical names. To visit the plant’s profile page, simply click on one of the links below.

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Allium, also known as flowering onion, is a bulb or seed-based plant that develops globes of purple clusters of flowers atop long stems. Plant in full sun and well-drained soil.
Artemisia: This perennial is grown for its silvery, white foliage rather than the tiny, white flowers, but it makes a great backdrop for more showy flowers in a perennial bed. Artemisia (hardy to zone 4) prefers dry, medium-fertile soil.
Aster: While most other perennials have faded, asters bloom in late summer to early fall. They come in a variety of sizes, from those that barely touch the ground to those that stand 6 feet tall. The daisy-like flowers come in a variety of colors, with purple, lavender, violet, red, blue, and white being the most common. Asters should be planted in moist, well-drained soil in a sunny location.
Bee Balm: In a perennial bed, plant bee balm, but keep an eye on it. This plant has the potential to become invasive. Hummingbirds and butterflies are drawn to the huge, bright flowers. Bee balm thrives in full sun or partial shade, as well as rich soil.

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