Hackberry Trees (Celtis): Common Types, Leaves, Bark, Fruit (Pictures) – Identification

Hackberry Trees (Celtis):

Hackberry (Celtis) is a group of medium-sized, deciduous trees with long ovately-shaped leaves, clusters of small fuzzy spring flowers, and small purple fruits. Low-maintenance hackberry trees are hardy trees that withstand many conditions, including drought, wet soil, strong winds, and air pollution. The tree’s dense, spreading foliage and rounded crown make hackberries ideal shade trees or lawn trees in garden landscapes.

19 Beautiful White Flowering Shrubs (With Pictures) – Identification and Planting Guide

Shrubs with white flowers are perfect landscaping bushy plants to brighten up any garden. White flowering shrubs bloom with some of the most elegant, romantic, and attractive flowers on any plant. The beauty of choosing shrubs with white blooms is that you can find varieties that blossom in all seasons. So, from spring until fall, you can enjoy shrubs with stunning large white flowers.

Types of Hollyhock Plants: Flowers, Leaves, Seeds (Pictures) – Identification Guide

hollyhock flowers

Hollyhock (alcea rosea) is a species of flowering garden plants with colorful white, purple, pink, red, and yellow cup-shaped flowers growing on tall spikes. Hollyhock flowers have a long blooming season, and their tall growth makes them useful landscaping plants. Easy to grow from seed, hollyhocks grow as short-lived perennials or biennials. Their brightly colored flowers make them ideal low-maintenance landscape plants for cottage gardens, mixed flower beds, or to create a colorful flowering living fence.

Nandina (Heavenly Bamboo or Nandina Domestica): Plant Care and Growing Guide

Nandina (Heavenly Bamboo or Nandina Domestica

Nandina (Nandina domestica) is an evergreen, ornamental landscape shrub with brightly colored leaves and crimson red berries. Nandina shrubs go by the common names of heavenly bamboo, Chinese sacred bamboo, or sacred bamboo. Nandina is a low-growing shrub that is popular in gardens due to its bright red or pink foliage that decorates the bush in the spring, fall, and winter.

20 Types of Begonias: Flowers, Leaves (With Pictures and Care Guide)

Types of Begonias

Begonia plants are famous for their spectacular colorful leaves and clusters of showy pink, red, yellow, orange, or white flowers. Species of begonia are grown as tropical tender perennials, bedding annuals, or houseplants. Popular types of begonia, such as wax begonias, tuberous begonias, and rex begonias, bloom through the summer and fall. When growing indoors, some begonia cultivars and hybrids produce flowers all year long.

Vines With White Flowers with Pictures and Names (Identification)

White flowering vines

White flowering vines are beautiful climbing plants or creeper plants that look attractive in any garden landscape. Climbing vines with white flowers add grace and elegance as they grow up arbors or trellises, cascade over walls, hang from hanging baskets, or dangle from pergolas. The pure snow-white or creamy white flowers look spectacular, contrasting with lush green, leafy foliage.

Angel Wing Begonia (Begonia coccinea x Begonia aconitifolia): Flowers, Leaves – Care Guide (Pictures)

Angel Wing Begonia care

Angel wing begonia is a type of tender perennial cane begonia, famous for its beautiful spotted wing-like, pointed leaves. Not only is its foliage spectacular, but an angel wing begonia also produces clusters of drooping pink and white, red, or orange flowers. As a popular outdoor garden plant or tropical houseplant, angel wing begonia is incredibly easy to grow. Outdoors, partial-shade is ideal for this carefree plant. However, growing indoors, the begonia thrives in bright, indirect light.

Types of Colorful Petunia Flowers: Purple, Black, Red, White, Yellow (Pictures) 

Types of Petunia Flowers

Petunia flowers are some of the most colorful flowering plants to grow in garden landscapes, hanging baskets, borders, containers, and window boxes. They are so popular because all varieties of petunias are prolific bloomers with solid, striped, speckled, and veined colors. With their trumpet-shaped showy single or double blooms, petunias come in colors and shades such as purple, lilac, red, pink, yellow and white. There is even a stunning type of black petunia.

Sumac Trees: Types, Leaves, Berries (Pictures) – Identification and Planting Guide

Sumac Trees: Types, Leaves, Berries (Pictures) - Identification and Planting Guide

Sumac (genus Rhus) is a group of flowering small trees and shrubs. Sumacs are identified by their fern-like pinnate leaves, conical clusters (panicles) of white or green flowers, and fuzzy red berries. In the fall, sumac trees and shrubs turn brilliant autumn shades of red, orange, or purple. Trees and shrubs in the genus Rhus grow between 3 and 33 ft. (1 – 10 m).

Petunia Flowers: Planting, Growing and Caring for Petunia Plants

Petunia Flowers: plant care

Petunias are spectacular annual flowers that bloom in shades of yellow, red, purple, white, orange, and blue. Petunia flowers can be single or showy double blooms with striped, solid, or speckled colorful patterns. Blooming continuously on long cascading stems, petunia flowers look stunning, growing in containers, hanging baskets, flower borders, or spreading colorful ground cover. Petunias bloom throughout the summer, and new varieties will produce flowers non-stop without deadheading.