Pencil Cactus Plant

Euphorbia tirucalli The unusual and exotic pencil cactus plant is very easy to grow as long as it receives sufficient light. Euphorbia tirucalli is a mass of pencil thick, shiny green stems which jut from the thicker main stems at every conceivable angle. Tiny leaves will sometimes appear along the stems. Euphorbia tirucalli performs well in poor,… Continue reading Pencil Cactus Plant

Crown of Thorns Plant

Euphorbia splendens One of the most widely cultivated Euphorbias is the popular crown of thorns plant. Its stems are off-putting being covered by stout, thickly set gray spines. But many people find the inch-wide red, yellow or pink blooms very inviting. In between the thorns are small, short-lived, oval shaped leaves. Most of the leaves are borne… Continue reading Crown of Thorns Plant

The Many Faces of the Elephant Ear Plant How to Care for Alocasia Bulbs

Elephant ear plant care guide. Planting elephant ears in beds or containers. Propagating Alocasia and Colocasia plants. Buy elephant’s ear bulbs. ‘Black Magic’, amizonica ‘African Mask’, ‘Black Stem’, etc. Buy Black Elephant Ear Plants Here Growing Elephant Ear Plants When provided with the amount of moist heat and shade that they crave, Alocasias are striking tropical foliage plants that will infuse your home or garden… Continue reading The Many Faces of the Elephant Ear Plant How to Care for Alocasia Bulbs

Rudbeckia Goldsturm

Growing Black Eyed Susans Rudbeckia Goldsturm (sometimes misspelled Rudbeckia Goldstrum) is the most popular black eyed Susan perennial growing in the U.S. today. Rudbeckia Flowers, Norfolk, UK Photographic PrintSmith, GaryBuy at AllPosters.com With its huge yellow-orange coneflowers and big deep chocolate centers, it’s easy to see why Rudbeckia fulgida Goldsturm is such a hit. Each bloom consists of 12-15 long,… Continue reading Rudbeckia Goldsturm

Orange Coneflower Varieties

Rudbeckia and Echinacea Plants Orange coneflower varieties. Rudbeckia fulgida Goldsturm, Echinacea Tiki Torch, Sundown, Hot Papaya and Harvest Moon. Ratibida pinnata, the Mexican prairie coneflower. Orange coneflowers in a perennial border. These intensely-colored coneflower cultivars are at their blooming best when combined with other bright or dark flowers and foliage. In this picture, Rudbeckia hirta ‘Rustic’ is paired with the red castor bean plant. The highlighted… Continue reading Orange Coneflower Varieties

Blushing Knockout Rose Rosa ‘Radyod’

Buy a Blushing Knockout rose Rosa ‘Radyod’ here. Light pink Knockout roses fading to nearly white with age. Sometimes referred to as Blush Knockout rose. Single flowered variety. Buy a Blushing Knock Out Rose Here Rosa ‘Radyod’ is a heavy flowering Knockout rose bush that bears single, cupped blooms of a delicate pink hue repeatedly throughout the growing… Continue reading Blushing Knockout Rose Rosa ‘Radyod’

Iceberg Rose BushRosa KORbin

White, burgundy and pink ‘Iceberg’ rose bushes. White ‘Climbing Iceberg’ Floribunda roses. Planting, pruning and care of Rosa KORbin, the best all-purpose rose in the world. Buy an ‘Iceberg’ Rose Tree ‘Iceberg’ (also called ‘Schneewittchen’ and ‘Fee des Neiges’) at 6-8 feet tall is one of the largest of the Floribunda rose bushes. It is also one of the most… Continue reading Iceberg Rose BushRosa KORbin

‘Angel Face’ Rose

Rosa ‘Angel Face’ The lavender blooms of the ‘Angel Face’ rose make it one of the prettiest of the purple Floribunda rose bushes. Its disease resistance is an added bonus. Buy ‘Climbing Angel Face’ roses too. Lowest Price on ‘Angel Face’ Rose Bush Keep in Mind: The ‘Angel Face’ Floribunda rose exhibits greater disease resistance in dry,… Continue reading ‘Angel Face’ Rose