15 year old cactus
This plant won't get away from you like some groundcover plants. It grows at a leisurely pace and makes a beautiful container plant.
15 year old cactus
Palms are one of those iconic Florida plants. They are great for adding tropical flare to the landscape, but if you have a small planting area, finding a palm to fit can be a challenge. Christmas palm (Adonidia merrillii) is one of the few palm species that will do well in a small site.
The common name, “Christmas palm,” comes from the clusters of bright red fruits that adorn these trees in late fall and winter, giving the plants the appearance of being decorated for the holidays. Christmas palms are also sometimes referred to as Manila palms.
Daisy plants are vibrant, cheerful, and easy to grow, making them a proven choice for gardens. Stunning, reliable bloomers, both in the garden and as cut flowers, daisies are hardy, drought-tolerant plants that provide years of gorgeous, classic charm. Daisies are distinguished by a composite flower head composed of 15 to 30 white ray flowers surrounding a centre consisting of bright yellow disk flowers, though other colour combinations are common.
The decor on this one of a kind recyled container will surely catch your eye. The bark and moss surrounding the Zebra Cactus (Haworthia Fasciata) and Coleus Socotranus gives it a fresh and natural look.
Jelly beans are small bean-shaped sugar candies with many assorted colors and flavors candy shells and thick gel interiors. The confection is primarily made of sugar and sold in a wide variety of colors and flavors.
Buy one and get 1 kg free pebbles.
Mountain Snow, Pieris japonica ‘Planow’, is a compact, evergreen shrub with showy, white flowers in the spring. Excellent as an accent plant and for mass plantings. New growth emerges with bronze-colored foliage and matures to a deep green.
Plant in well-drained, rich soil and water regularly to establish. Mulch new plantings to maintain consistent soil moisture and to discourage weeds. Fertilize in early spring. Prune to shape in early spring before the first flush of blooms appear.
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