Plants for gardens

Plants for flowering gardens

For all those who want to give a touch of color to their garden, here is a list of the most common and particular flowering garden plants. Inevitable in almost all gardens, the geranium, a perennial plant with very particular inflorescences, requires little care and guarantees excellent blooms. Azalea is certainly very sought after, thanks to the very particular blooms (the only flaw, it needs some more care than others). The Camellia, whose flowers often resemble roses, and the Gardenia, with white and fragrant flowers, keep her company. Roses are never lacking (the only problem, the thorns along the stem). Other inevitable plants are certainly Cyclamen and Gerbera. If you are looking for something smaller but certainly more particular, it is good to take a look at Celosia, with a very particular purple inflorescence. Eustoma, a small bushy plant that produces blue or purple flowers. Exacum, similar to Eustoma but with smaller white or blue flowers. We conclude with the Hydrangea, a shrub plant that is certainly well known but always very popular.

Plants for evergreen gardens

Those who are looking for evergreen garden plants, on the other hand, can turn their attention to plants such as Chlorophytum (or Nastrino), a plant with a hanging habit from particular leaves in the shape of green ribbons with a white line in the center, the Fern, also it is well known and has a hanging bearing. The ficus, which has a shrubby habit and dark green or green leaves with a white border. Smaller but more particular plants are the Selaginella, which tends to be “creeping” and the Nertera, very special thanks to the small orange berries it produces. The Crassula, a very common succulent plant or the Cycas, which resembles palm trees (the only drawback is the tips of the leaves which are thorny). If you are looking for something “colorful” you can opt for the Solanum,

Climbing, hanging and creeping garden plants

If, on the other hand, you are looking for something climbing, your choice will have to fall on plants such as Bouganville, an evergreen with usually purple flowers or Bignonia, with orange blooms and which differs above all from Bougainvillea as it does not have thorns along the stem. Very common is Jasmine, with white and fragrant blooms, Stephanotis, very similar to Jasmine but less common and more particular and Dipladenia, very particular thanks to the showy blooms. Ivy is excellent and certainly very common, it does not require care and acts as both a climber and a creeping plant. A very particular creeping plant is the Juniperus Horizontalis, which takes on colors very close to blue or the Delosperma, a succulent with very particular blooms that can also act as a climber.

Plants for aquatic gardens

Let’s not forget that for all those who have a pond in the garden or who have a bit of imagination (containers, tanks, etc.) there are aquatic garden plants that are certainly very special and unusual. Surely well known but not very present in “our” gardens is Nelumbo (lotus flower), Water Lilies, Calle di Palude, Aquatic Bamboo and many other plants that are very special and uncommon given their need to stay in the water. Furthermore, if you want to create an oriental atmosphere, you can resort to various outdoor Bonsai (Ficus, Maple, Ulmus, etc.), which however, unlike other plants, require greater care. Finally, we remember the presence of carnivorous plants (useful against insects and functioned) such as Nepentes or Sarracenia, just to name a few.

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