Explore The Flowers, Dahlia Flowers, and more!

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Dahlia is a genus of bushy, tuberous, herbaceous perennial plants, natives of the mountainous regions of Mexico. There are 42 species of dahlia, with hybrids commonly grown as gard.

Kalmia latifolia 'yankee doodle'. I love mountain laurel. It is the essence of early summer in the mountains. I planted one in the backyard in the shade of the holly tree, and it is quite happy.

Laurel Cultivars - The International Kalmia Register and Checklist

Transparant hoesje op maat knippen,foto insteken,op bloempot plakken,door de foto met het voorhoofd bovenaan aan te plaatsen,krijgt het hoofd een kapsel van planten.

Project Idea: Turn Your Family Into Planters

Have you ever heard of “face flowerpot”? Nowadays, new creative gadgets are produced every minute to attract consumers, and “face flowerpot” is one of them. You can use the photo you like to be the pattern of the flowerpot.

DIY planter made from a headboard and a drawer. How charming can you get! You might also like:

DIY Planter


A flower, sometimes known as a bloom or blossom, is the reproductive structure found in plants that are floral (plants of the division Magnoliophyta, also called angiosperms)

‘Japanese Giant Red’ Mustard: Let the spicy purple-red leaves grow large, then use them in stir-fries or in soup.

19 Best Heirloom Plants

Our picks for the best heirloom seeds to growing time-tested heirloom edibles at home.

Pink & Purple Plant Combinations - Clematis, Hollyhocks & Delphiniums

Perfect Pink and Purple Plant Combinations

Black bottom of a yellow tulip heart

Black bottom of a yellow tulip heart

Poison hemlock is easiest to recognize when it's blooming, as it is in this picture, during spring and summer. The white flower clusters appear as upside-down umbrellas. Click to enlarge pictures.

Poison Hemlock: Lovely and Lethal

Poison Hemlock is lovely, lethal, and maybe sprouting in your garden or yard right now. Can you recognize it? This photo essay will help.

A recipe from the time when snail mail was nearly as fast as email - plus how to use hashtags

A recipe from the time when snail mail was nearly as fast as email - plus how to use hashtags