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star of bethlehem flower

Star of Bethlehem (Ornithogalum Plant): Types, How to Grow and Care

In many places, Star of Bethlehem (scientifically known as Ornithogalum) is considered invasive, as it rapidly overtakes flower beds. However, as long as you keep it properly contained, there are plenty of reasons to cultivate it in your garden.  In fact, it can be almost impossible to get rid of the Star of Bethlehem once …

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african daisies

African Daisies (Osteospermum Flower): Types, How to Grow and Care

African daisies can make a vibrant addition to your garden, but a warm climate is necessary. The African daisy originates from Africa, and requires a similar climate to grow, even as an annual. These flowers will not tolerate frost—at all—and will die at the first hint of frosty weather. Although African daisies have a similar …

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foxglove plant

Foxglove Flowers (Digitalis): Types, How to Grow and Care

Foxglove flowers belong to the family of plants Plantaginaceae. They are native to Europe, more specifically to the Mediterranean region, although nowadays, they can be easily found in many other countries. Foxglove flowers have bright and colorful flower spikes, which makes this type of flower a very interesting-looking one! Tall and hardy, the Foxglove flower …

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