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Bird of paradise flower - plant. Strelitzia reginae. May in summer on the terrace. The bird of paradise flower (Strelitzia reginae) is admired for its exotic flowers. The graceful, orange bracts with 2 or 3 blue petals are like a mohawk on the green leaf. In summer, the Strelitzia also on the patio, so this exotic plant there also can steal the show. Delivery height 25 to 30 cm.

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Edible plants video: How to tell look-alike poison iris from cattails | You won’t starve in the wilderness if you can find cattails. Every part of the plant is edible. But don’t mistake a toxic look-alike, the poison iris, for the edible plant. Here is how to tell the difference. | #foraging

Edible plants: How to tell poison iris from cattails

Edible plants video: How to tell look-alike poison iris from cattails | You won’t starve in the wilderness if you can find cattails. Every part of the plant is edible. But don’t mistake a toxic look-alike, the poison iris, for the edible plant. Here is how to tell the difference. | #foraging

Gorgeous lilacs.  The smell of the lilacs wafting through the open window in the spring is glorious!

Lilacs in front of the barn

Got out to do some shooting north of Toronto yesterday in the Midland area. I like the backlighting on the lilac bushes.

Rose

Rose

Pussy willows - Pussy willows - There was a pussy willow bush right across the street from my house growing up. LOVED the furry soft little catkins. :-) ~Debi #debihough

Pussy Willows (Feral Cats?)

Salix discolor (American willow) is a species of willow native to North America, one of two species commonly called pussy willow. It is native to the northern forests and wetlands of Canada (British Columbia east to Newfoundland), and is also found in the northern portions of the contiguous United States (Idaho east to Maine, and south to Maryland) en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salix_discolor

New Zealand flax - Dramatic sword-like foliage of easy-to-grow perennial (Phormium tenax) adds structural element to garden. The plant's upright or arching leaves reach 9 feet long and come in green, bronze or maroon. It tolerates wide variety of soil types and is drought tolerant, although the plant performs just as well with regular watering. Fast-growing plant as an annual in the spring and summer garden. Plant in a full-sun location with good drainage. Hardiness: USDA Zones: 7 to 10

10 Bulletproof Plants

The gardening experts at HGTV Gardens share 10 beautiful and hardy blooming plants that will add color and life to your landscape.

Oncidium orchid

Oncidium

Oncidium (Surfer Sam x Seka)

Tuberose, probably my favorite scent next to the gardenia.

Tuberose, probably my favorite scent next to the gardenia.

Very Curly Willow Bunch   FRESH CUT  5 foot ( 6 branches / bunch)  $15 bunch/ 4 bunches $14 each

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Palm Springs Wedding by Birds of a Feather

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'Giles Van Hees' Veronica  Ideal for small gardens 'Giles Van Hees' is a compact veronica that's resistant to deer and attracts hummingbirds and butterflies with its bright pink flowers.

24 of the Best Pink Flowers for Your Garden

Pink flowers can add a bold or a delicate touch to the garden. It just depends on which pink shade you choose to use in your landscape. Use light pink flowers for an airy feel or bright pink flowers that pop against a green background. Browse our favorite pink flowering plants.