The term chamomile refers to some annual or perennial plants, of European origin, used in herbal medicine as a mild sedative and anti-inflammatory for external use. Among the most appreciated species of chamomile we remember Anthemis nobilis (also called Chamaemelum nobile), called Roman chamomile, and Matricaria camomilla, called German chamomile.
Informative article about the agave plant. Most of them are typical representatives of the flora of the Mexican deserts. They have a recognizable appearance, as their terrestrial parts most often look like rather powerful rosettes of narrow fleshy leaves on a shortened stem, directed upward. The leaves of most species have thorns.
This flower is also called the delicate name of the wonderful sedum. But a flower bed, mixborder or sandy-stone area with stonecrop and other similar succulents will not only delight the eye, but also free you from excessive worries about caring for plantings. StonecropVariants of application in landscape designMedicinal properties of the plantSedum visible from the point of view of botanyThere are two variants of the origin of the name sedum.
Begonia flowers amaze the imagination with their splendor and tenderness, experienced flower growers claim that their beauty can only be compared with roses. In most cases, the attention of buyers in flower shops is attracted by flowering specimens, it is impossible to remain indifferent looking at them, but buying often becomes a cause of disappointment, over time the flowering stops, problems appear with the organization of proper care, the question arises when the buds will appear.
Coleus is an ornamental plant, belongs to the Lipo family. The most common method of planting a plant such as Coleus is propagation by cuttings. Contents: We grow Coleus at home: rules of careHow and when to pinch ColeusProduction of Coleus by cuttings at home Is it possible to propagate Coleus with a leaf? Features of growing Coleus in the garden and in a flowerbed coleus, or nettle, is a rather unpretentious plant, it is important not to forget about some of the nuances.
The Hibiscus The genus Hibiscus belongs to the Malvacee family, and has hundreds of species, originating in most of the temperate and tropical areas of the world, from Europe to North America, from Asia to Australia. The term hibiscus refers to annual and perennial plants, evergreen or deciduous shrubs, and even small trees.