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  1. Alstroemeria Flower

    Alstroemeria Flower

    Meaning of the Alstroemeria Flower

    The exotic Alstroemeria is also called the Peruvian Lily. This is a reference to its natural habitat: the mountain ranges of the Andes in Peru, Brazil and Chile. The flower was discovered by the Swedish scientist Baron Claus von Alstromer. It was he who gave the flower its current name.

    Alstroemeria has green, deciduous, narrow lance-shaped leaves, running from the bottom to the top of the flower stems. Its flowers are showy, lily-shaped, appear in clusters at the top of the stems and they are not fragrant. But they have the size, shape and variety of colors to impress. Each of the Alstroemeria’s six petals represents different important characteristics: understanding, humor, patience, empathy, commitment and respect. Some people believe that keeping these flowers

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  2. How to Keep Cut Flowers Fresh

    How to Keep Cut Flowers Fresh

    Have you just received a lovely flowers from your loved ones and want to keep them for a long time? Then follow these helpful tips and keep your flowers fresh for longer. And don’t forget that cut flowers are living organisms that continue to live inside the vase.


    Carefully wash your vase with hot water and a small cap of bleach together with a sponge. Allow the vase to dry naturally upside down rather than using a towel to make sure there will be no bacteria when placing the water and flowers in the vase.


    Tap water is the most suitable water for cut fresh flowers. Flowers with woody stems such as roses prefer plenty of water, so fill the vase up to about 2/3 with water. Flowers with softer strains, such as tulips, prefer less water then fill the vase just under half. Prefer cold water for t

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  3. The Best Plants for Each Room PART III

    The Best Plants for Each Room PART III

    Whether you’re searching for greenery for the office room or a high-humidity room like the bathroom, you’ll be sure to find something to freshen up your space. Choose the best plant for every room from our list which will provide you with specific benefits while looking stylish. 


    Bathroom


    The bathroom has the most diverse environment of any room. It goes from cold to hot and humid in just a0 few minutes that’s why you have to pick plants that are fond of high humidity. Hanging plants or tabletop greenery are great options for the bathroom area.


    Ferns are an evergreen, tropical plant with light green leaves. Their feathery fronds make them a beautiful sight to see when they’re placed in a hanging basket. However, make sur

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  4. The Best Plants for Each Room PART II

    The Best Plants for Each Room PART II

    Add color and fresh air to any room of your house with the following indoor plants and make it more peaceful and inspiring place to be. A well-placed houseplant will not only add life to a space, but also help to purify the air you breathe, creating a healthier home.

    Dining room

    Make the dining room area (where we gather with friends and family) look fresh and lively with the right houseplants. Keep in mind that selecting houseplants for dining rooms is really no different than selecting plants for any other room in your house. Just consider available light and growing space, and then choose eye-catching plants.


    Ficus is a traditional, one of the most common indoor plants that grows well in flower pots and indoors. A plant with its gorgeous, large, fleshy, thick and glossy leaves is an ea

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  5. The Best Plants for Each Room PART I

    The Best Plants for Each Room PART I

    Indoor plant decoration provides a pleasant and tranquil environment where you can work, relax and live, but there are also various health benefits that accompany the aesthetically pleasing plants. If you’re looking to freshen up your space but also purify the air you breathe, here is a list of the best houseplants for every room in your home. You have to consider the light and temperature conditions of any place before picking the right plant.

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  6. Summer blooming plants and flowers

    Summer blooming plants and flowers

    Summer flowers signal a golden season of bright sunny weather and warm climate. Nothing adds beauty to your landscape like splashes of colorful flowers. Many are old favorites and some may be new to you. Whether you want annual flowers that bloom all summer or continuous blooming perennials, they’re right here. We’ve put together a list of the top summer plants and flowers that beautify your landscape and require low maintenance.


    Hydrangeas:


    Hydrangeas are just wonderful shrubs! It has large, brightly colored flowers that vary from white to blue to pink, as well as green leaves and produces flowers from early spring to late autumn. The exact color often depends upon the acidity or alkalinity of the soil.

    Hydrangeas are easy to

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  7. Choose flowers by name! Part II

    Choose flowers by name! Part II

    There are different kinds of flowers that we come across in our life, but we hardly know their names or what they look like. Vibrant-colored, eye-catching flowers that have a specific meaning and they are significant in their own way. Here is the sequel of the easy and useful flower list that will help you learn the flowers by their name:


    Hypericum:

    Hypericum is a genus of 400 flowering plants that can be found all over the world in a variety of habitats. They are grown as annuals, perennials, shrubs, and small trees. They can be deciduous or evergreen. The foliage is a lush dark green. It is a highly resistant plant as it can withstand up to -10 degrees Celsius. It has traditionally been associated with inspiration and cheerfulness. The colors of its berries range from t

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  8. Choose flowers by name! Part I

    Choose flowers by name! Part I

    There are different kinds of flowers that we come across in our life, but we hardly know their names or what they look like. Vibrant-colored, eye-catching flowers that have a specific meaning and they are significant in their own way. Here is an easy and useful flower list that will help you learn the flowers by their name:


    Aster

    Asters are daisy-like perennials with starry-shaped flower heads. They bring delightful color to the garden in late summer and autumn when many of your other blooms may be fading.

    The plant’s height ranges from 20 cm to 2.50 meters, depending on the type. The plant can be used in many places, such as in borders, rock gardens, or wildflower gardens. Asters also attract butterflies to your garden!

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  9. Sunflowers, the summer plant

    Sunflowers, the summer plant

    Sunflowers or heliotropic, flowers say “summer” like no other plant. We love their big happy faces! Native to North America, sunflowers are heat-tolerant, resistant to pests and beautiful. The ultimate summer flower has been identified with the sun, the summer, the holidays, the carefree moments of the most beautiful time of the year. Sunflowers have big, daisy-like flower faces of bright yellow petals (and occasionally red and orange) and brown centers that ripen into heavy heads filled with seeds that you can even harvest them. Some sunflowers grow to over one meter in height, though there are also varieties today that have been developed for a pot on the balcony or small places.

    One of the key features of this flower is that its stem is turned towards the sunlight. If you are wondering why this happening, the answer is very simple ... the plant wishes to receive th

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  10. Fragrant Lavender Plant

    Fragrant Lavender Plant

    Lavender is a low shrub which with its pleasant fragrance, silver green leaves and the irresistible purple flowers it will capture your eyes. Originating from southern Europe and parts of Africa, Asia and India, many ancient and cultures relied on the herb not just for its characteristic scent but also its pain relieving and soothing properties. It is known as the herb with therapeutic and revitalizing benefits and stand out for the many uses.

    The most common species of lavender are three: Lavendula angustifolia, lavandula dentate and lavendula stoechas. The most popular from them is the lavendula angustifolia, because their fragrance and color is sweeter and more impressive. Contrary to the name, not all lavenders are purple. Some hybrids come in other lovely pastel hues such as violet blue, pale pink, white and even yellow. The leaves can also vary in shape and colo

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