In this article, we are presenting you ten beautiful plants that can be planted in small containers. This way you can place them wherever you want around the garden. Plus, some of these flowers and shrubs are magnets for butterflies and hummingbirds – isn’t it wonderful?
Power Perennials: Plants That Thrive No Matter What
Once found growing wild on the American prairie, coneflowers are now one of the most widely grown and hybridized perennials in the country. Beside single-flowering forms there are also doubles and even triple, petal-packed varieties you can grow. Colors v
Weird Flowers The world is full of weird and wonderful flowers that sometimes look so strange that we find it difficult to imagine them actually growing in the wild. Some of these are unbelievably odd.
Zinnias, such a sun loving, heat tolerant, hearty flower. Toss some seeds in prepared soil in late spring and watch your garden burst with color in no time. You can grow these in containers as well if your yard space is limited. Makes for a great cut flower indoors all summer long.
WONDERFUL FLOWERS SOCKS / Antipast This Japanese company is pure genius. I have never seen such beautiful clothing and accessories. These socks do not look like much, but are sheer with embroidered flowers on them. Amazing, really!
Bougainvillea - Plant Bougainvillea spectabilis Exotic waterfall of flowers. Bougainvillea is an exotic waterfall of flowers. The plant is smothered with masses of tropical flowers and looks fabulous in a tub on the patio or decking. This tub plant has more than just wonderful flowers, it also has shiny, colourful bracts from which the flowers bloom.
Kalanchoe tubifloraKalanchoe tubiflora plants, also called Bryophyllum tubiflora, are tall, slim, attractive succulents that are easy to grow. Native to Madagascar, these plants are often nicknamed the "chandelier plant" due to the way the clusters of orange or red, 1-inch blossoms hang down vertically from the top of the stem in an umbrella shape. These tropical beauties will only grow well in outdoors warm, humid climates, so they are often grown as houseplants.
broadleaf lupine--This top-notch, drought-tolerant evergreen perennial offers silvery leaves and spires of wonderful blue-violet flowers in spring. Name: Lupinus latifolius Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Size: To 2 feet tall Zones: 6-10