Our Flowers: Purple Coneflowers

Echinacea puerperia are commonly referred to as purple coneflowers. They are one of the most easy-growing native plants in our garden. It attracts bees, butterflies and golden finches. It is a great pollinator plant; if you would like to attract bees to your garden I highly recommend planting this. Just be sure to plant itContinue reading “Our Flowers: Purple Coneflowers”

Our Flowers: Royal candle Plant

The royal candle plant will give a great look in any garden. The royal candles (Royal Candles Speedwell) is an outstanding upright growing plant with large, attractive deep-green leaves and long blooming spikes with deep purple-blue flowers.These flowers are very beautiful and highly attractive to bees, they love this plant. The blooming season is summerContinue reading “Our Flowers: Royal candle Plant”

Our Flowers: Becky Shasta Daisy

Becky Shasta daisy is a low maintenance perennial plant and it blooms from June to September. The flowers are large white single blooms with yellow centers on a lush mound of green foliage. It is a wonderful, long-lasting cut flower. Surely this can be a great addition to your garden. Few years back we got thisContinue reading “Our Flowers: Becky Shasta Daisy”

Our Flowers: Blazing Star/Liatris

This is one of my favorite plants in our garden. Liatris is a summer-blooming perennial with grassy foliage and fuzzy, bottle-brush flowers. Commonly known as blazing star or gayfeather. This North American wildflower makes an attractive addition to flower gardens, landscaped areas and informal plantings. The distinctive flower spikes stand 2 to 4 feet tallContinue reading “Our Flowers: Blazing Star/Liatris”

2020 Garden Flowers Part 3 (video)

Here are the pictures taken from September and October; in this season, the sweet autumn clematis is in full bloom and the whole area becomes a great spot for photoshoot. Asters, zinnias and sunflowers make the garden so colorful. Here is a picture of one of my daughters posing in front of autumn clematis wearingContinue reading “2020 Garden Flowers Part 3 (video)”

Phlox

Being one of my favorite perennial flowers in our garden, it blooms from summer to fall. The flowers are a little fragrant and loved by bees and butterflies. These flowers are known to spread out over time and take over nearby spaces as it grows. So, I try to replant the excess plant in otherContinue reading “Phlox”