Golden Devil's Ivy - Pothos - Epipremnum - 4" Pot - Very Easy to Grow
Manufacturer: The Garden Path
Brand: Hirt's Gardens
Color: green & gold
One of the easiest indoor plants to grow. Its trailing stems carry heart-shaped leaves that are irregularly splashed with gold. The trailing stems can trained to grow up a trellis or planted in a hanging basket
Package of 150 Seeds, Morning Glory "Crazy Mixture" (Includes a Variety of Colors & 10+ Species) Non-GMO Seeds by Seed Needs
Manufacturer: Seed Needs
Brand: Seed Needs: Vines
Grow Morning Glories from this fresh batch of assorted Ipomoea flower seeds. Morning Glories are excellent when used to cover a fence or trellis and are often times used as a groundcover plant as well. This mixture contains over 10 varieties including some of the popular favorites such as Heavenly Blue, Grandpa Ott, Scarlett O'Hara, Flying Saucers & more! Ipomoea vines & climbers are extremely easy to establish from vines seeds and all Seed Needs products come with a full colored illustration as well as helpful plant information and sowing instructions.
This plant is commonly found under a number of names, such as citronella plant, mosquito plant geranium, citrosa geranium and Pelargonium citrosum. Though many of its names leave the impression that it contains citronella, which is a common ingredient in insect repellent, the plant is actually a variety of scented geranium that simply produces a citronella-like scent when the leaves are crushed. The mosquito plant geranium is a hybridized plant that came about from Chinese citronella grass and African geranium. So the big question still remains. Do citronella plants really repel mosquitoes? Because the plant releases its smell when touched, it is thought to work best as a repellent when the leaves are crushed and rubbed on the skin as mosquitoes are supposed to be offended by its citronella scent. However, research has shown that this mosquito repellent plant is actually ineffective. While it might be pretty and smells good, the mosquitoes still keep coming. A true citronella plant closely resembles lemongrass, while this imposter is larger with foliage that resembles parsley leaves. It also produces lavender blooms in the summer.
Hardy in zones 8-11. In cooler regions grow as a Patio Plant or House Plant! Makes a very unusual bonsai! The olive is native to the Mediterranean region, tropical and central Asia and various parts of Africa. The olive has a history almost as long as that of Western civilization, it's development being one of civilized man's first accomplishments.
Vinca Minor Evergreen Ground Cover Plants (1 order contains 50 bare root plants)
Brand: Greenwood Nursery
Vinca minor, also known as Trailing Periwinkle, Creeping Periwinkle or Creeping Myrtle plants, are fast growing excellent evergreen ground covers for full sun, shade and semi-shaded areas. Ground cover vinca minor produces dark green oval-shaped foliage and periwinkle blue flowers in early Spring and sometimes sporadically throughout summer. Combine with Pachysandra Terminalis. Plant spacing for ground cover garden plants: 12 inches apart. 100 plants will cover 100 square feet. For larger landscape jobs, planting bareroot vinca vines save money. Please note: This item will ship right away regardless of your location. This is due to Amazon guidelines. Your plants will arrive within 2 weeks of placing your order. Greenwood Nursery will ship this item within the continental United States and Alaska.
*Seeds and Things Blue Japanese Wisteria Vine 10 Seeds - Hard to Find! Stunning
Manufacturer: Seeds and Things
Brand: Seeds and Things
Japanese Wisteria (Wisteria floribunda). Japanese wisteria was brought from Japan to the United States in 1860 by George Rogers Hall. Since then, it has become one of the most highly romanticized flowering garden plants. It is also a common subject for bonsai, along with Wisteria sinensis(Chinese wisteria) The flowering habit of Japanese wisteria is perhaps the most spectacular of the Wisteria family. It sports the longest flower racemes of any wisteria; they can reach nearly half a meter in length. These racemes burst into great trails of clustered blue flowers in early- to mid-spring. The flowers carry a distinctive fragrance similar to that of grapes. Japanese wisteria can grow over 30m long over many supports via powerful clockwise-twining stems. The foliage consists of shiny, dark-green, pinnately compound leaves 10-30cm in length. The leaves bear 9-13 oblong leaflets that are each 2-6 cm long. It also bears brown, velvety, bean-like seed pods 5-10cm long that mature in summer and persist until winter. Japanese wisteria prefers moist soils and full sun in USDA plant hardiness zones 5-9. The plant often lives over fifty years.
Sure to attract everyone's attention when it blooms, the Bird of Paradise plant is one of the most spectacular flowering plants that can be grown in the home. It may be slow growing, but its needs are very simple. Once the plant is mature enough to bloom, you'll be amazed as its flowers emerge, looking just like an exotic bird with orange and purple plumage. Even when this plant isn't in bloom, it offers very attractive leaves that resemble those of a banana plant. The bird of paradise plant, Strelitzia reginae, is native to subtropical areas of South Africa. For years, it was considered a collector's plant because it was difficult to find a nice specimen. With modern growing practices, bird of paradise plants are available more often, but are still much prized. They begin to bloom when they are 4-5 years old and live on for years and years.
This vigorous climber provides gloriously sweet purple fruit in 12 months. Flowers each year on newly produces vines, prefers full sun. Self fertile flowers from mid summer. Fruit ripen from green to purple.
A versatile, easy to grow landscape addition, yielding edible flowers and tropical fruit! Fleshy white flower petals have showy red accents, contrasting nicely with the gray green foliage. Tasty guava-like fruit ripens in late fall. Multiple, upright branching form is easily trained as espalier, hedge or small specimen tree.
Nature provides this remarkable plant with "traps" to lure and capture it's food. The traps are covered inside by tiny hairs and a sticky sweet smelling substance attractive to insects. When an insect touches the trigger hair, the trap is activated and closes around it's victim. After digestion of it's meal (whick takes several days), the trap will open again for a new catch. Keep moist at all times, rainwater or distilled water are preferred. Plants should not be fertilized (so therefore should be separated from your other plants). The insects it catches provide natural nourishment. Select a sunny window for your Venus Flytrap. In replanting only use sphagnum! Peat moss will do in a pinch. Put a plastic saucer underneath the plant to hold water and keep it's humidity proper but do not stand in a dish of water.