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lily of the valley plant

Lily of the Valley Flower (Convallaria majalis): Types, How To Grow and Care

Lily of the valley is not only known for its beautiful pure white petals, but also because of its unforgettable strong scent. Hardy to zones 3 to 9 according to USDA, this elegant flower has bell-shaped petals that will appear from spring to fall. Even though its flowers are quite small, they will cluster together …

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epiphyllum oxypetalum

Queen of the Night Flower (Epiphyllum oxypetalum): How To Grow and Care

Queen of the night is scientifically known as Epiphyllum oxypetalum. Colloquially, it is also referred to as the Dutchman’s pipe cactus.  This plant is so easy to grow that it is the most cultivated species within its genus family of cacti. As its name suggests, this cactus only blooms during the night, if it decides …

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edelweiss plant

Edelweiss Flowers (Leontopodium alpinum): How to Grow and Care

Edelweiss is a native flower to the Alpine regions in Europe, North America, and the Asian continent. Depending on the climate, these flowers will grow easily, and they will catch everyone’s attention mainly due to their unique shape and petals. This plant is protected in several areas, as it is considered a short-lived perennial. This …

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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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