Flowers are the best way to let the house overflowing with life and joy. In addition to being beautiful, they are scented and keep close to the pleasant company of birds and butterflies.
There are several types of flowers and species that can be grown both in pots and in beds. It is true that each of them requires special care. But nothing that some tips are not enough for you to grow your favorite flower.
That's why we invite you to join us in this flowery and perfumed post. We have selected 101 species of flowers that can be grown easily at home, as well as their main features and care. It will be difficult for you to choose one. Check out:
101 kinds of flowers and species to color your garden
Picture 1 - The perfumed Lavender.
The lavender, scientific name Lavandula Angustifolia, is one of the most fragrant species of flowers that exists. It can be cultivated in pots or in beds, forming masses of lilac color.
Lavender enjoys arid soil, few watering and lots of light, yet avoid leaving it exposed to the intense sun for hours. Lavender fertilization should be done with bone meal or NPK fertilizer 4-14-8, using half the dose recommended by the manufacturer.
Be careful when pruning the lavender. The plant should be cut in its green part, if the woody stem is pruned the plant does not develop further.
Picture 2 - Beautiful and unusual: with you the Ornamental Cabbage.
The ornamental cabbage has very different leaves from its closest relatives, such as cauliflower and broccoli. The different shades that the same foot presents make it an excellent choice for garden surrounds or even to be grown in pots.
The ornamental cabbage prefers the sun, but also adapts to half shade. Before watering, check the soil moisture. This type of flower likes periods of drought, so do not overdo it in the water.
Picture 3 - The exotic and colorful Lily.
The lily or Lililum Hybrid has several different colors, among them yellow, pink, red and white. The flower is much appreciated for gardens, but can also be seen indoors, especially in the form of bouquets. And speaking of bouquet, the lily is among the flowers preferred for bridal bouquets.
To develop well, Lily needs sunshine and a soil rich in organic matter.
Picture 4 - Lilac and delicate: this is how the flower of the Nêveda presents itself.
Nepeta Cataria, also known as Grass Gate or Grass of the Cats, is a very popular plant due to the exciting effect it causes in felines. The cultivation of Nêveda is simple, just have a well fertilized soil, light and periodic watering.
Picture 5 - Seven leagues: a simple flower climber
The Sete leguas - Podranea Ricasoliana - is a woody climbing flower of pink color used much to adorn walls and pergolas. The plant can reach up to 10 meters in height. Cultivate Seven leagues under full sun, with regular watering and fertile soil well fertilized. The plant prefers mild climate and can suffer from frost and cold.
Picture 6 - The charming blue of the Delphinium
A Delphinium or Blue Bee - Delphinium Elatum - is a species of flower extremely ornamental. The elongated stems of the plant reveal intense blue flowers much appreciated by butterflies and other insects.
Delfinio enjoys mild climate, frequent watering - without soaking - and natural light. However, avoid exposing the plant to the sun during the hottest hours of the day. After being planted, the Delphinium does not tolerate being transplanted. Grow it in pots or flower beds.
Picture 7 - The lilac beauty of the Agapanto to the beds
Agapanto - Agapanthus Africanus - is a very sturdy flower and therefore is great for use as a cut flower. In landscaping, the agapanthous adorns flowerbeds and frames the lower part of walls and fences. Grow the agapanto under full sun, on fertilized soil and with regular watering.
Picture 8 - Among the shades of blue and lilac, the fluffy Agerato shows its beauty.
Agerato - Ageratum Houstonianum - is a small plant ideal for decorating borders, flowerbeds and gardeners. Care in agerate cultivation includes frequent irrigation and soil drainage and well fertilized. I'd rather leave them in the shade.
Picture 9 - The white and perfumed Álisso
Although small, Alisso - Lobularia Maritima - stands out for its delicate shape and its sweet smell, similar to honey. Use Alesis in bibs, pots, or to create small, delicate flowerbeds. Alisso cultivation includes full sun and regular watering.
Image 10 - Dedicate a corner to the lively and popular Alamanda.
The Alamanda - Allamanda cathartic - is a species of climber widely used in Brazil. The yellow-gold flowers create beautiful, lush fountains for walls, pergolas and fences. Although it adapts well to all kinds of weather, Alamanda prefers to live under the sun and the heat. Complete care with regular watering and a well-drained and fertile soil.
Image 11 - All the tropicalismo of Alpinia.
Alpinia - Alpinia Purpurata - is a medium-sized plant widely used for tropical landscaping proposals. Red and rustic flowers are also much appreciated for floral arrangements. Cultivate Alpinia under full sun or half shade. Water it frequently and keep the soil fertilized.
Picture 12 - Joyful your garden with the flowers of Perfect Love
The Perfect Love of the Gardens, the Tricolor Viola, is a miniature version of the popular Perfect Love. This species presents a variety of colors ranging from yellow to purple, through gradations of blue, pink, white and brown. The Perfect Love appreciates the full sun and must be grown in soil rich in organic matter with frequent watering.
Picture 13 - Add a romantic touch to your garden with Asessippi Lilac.
Asessippi Lilás, or simply Lilás, is a flowering and very fragrant shrub. Considered as a tree, the Lilac can reach up to seven meters in height. In landscaping, the plant can be used alone or in groups forming massifs and live fences.
Asessippi Lilás likes to live in full sun, but to flourish properly she must go through the cold of winter. Therefore, it is best suited for cultivation in temperate regions. Complete the care by fertilizing the soil and watering the plant frequently.
Image 14 - A colorful and illuminated garden with Astilbe.
The Astilbe flowers illuminate and color the most different landscaping and gardening projects. However, the plant should be grown in cool locations and away from direct sunlight.
Picture 15 - Astromelia or mini lilies
The Astromélias have flowers so similar to the lily that they came to be known as mini lilies. The plant forms beautiful flower beds and borders, but its use is more common as flower cut.
To grow Astromelia have a sunny spot, fertile soil, well drained and enriched with organic matter. Water regularly to ensure abundant flowering.
Image 16 - Exotic and exuberant, the Bird of Paradise is like this.
Bird of Paradise, Estrelitzia or Flower of the Queen. By the names already gives to have an idea of the exuberance and refinement of that plant. With flowers that blend blue and orange, Bird of Paradise is a great choice for tropical-style designs.
Plant cultivation is simple and requires no maintenance. Plant it in sunny locations with soil rich in organic matter and frequent watering.
Picture 17 - Look at the lush flowers of the Azaleas there!
The Azalea - Rhododendron Simsii - is a woody shrub that loves the cold. The flowers of the azalea range from white to red, passing through shades of pink. Some types have mixed flowers. Azaleas are widely used alone or together in landscape projects. Live fences are another way of using the plant. Azaleas are also widely used in the ancient Bonsai technique.
For them to develop full and flowering, cultivate them under full sun in a mixture of vegetable soil and garden soil. Watering should be regular and pruning should be done only after flowering.
Picture 18 - Of velvety leaves and rustic appearance, Azulzinha does not go unnoticed.
The Little Blade - Evolvulus Glomeratus - is a small plant very simple to be cultivated. Requires only adequate light - which can be under full sun or half shade - regular watering and a well drained and fertile soil.
Image 19 - Know the Aloe therapy.
Aloe vera is a succulent, rustic-looking plant with numerous therapeutic and medicinal properties. In landscaping, Babosa also has its space guaranteed, especially in arid or rocky style designs. It can be combined with cacti and other species of succulents.
The Babosa is a very resistant plant, being able to survive to the most different climates. But to cultivate it prefer to leave it in a place of abundant sun and do not exaggerate in the regas. Well-drained and fertile soil also works well for the plant.
Picture 20 - Snake Beard: for the balconies or the gardens.
The Serpent Beard - Liriope Muscari - is a very popular foliage for potting and gardening, but can also be used in gardens and flower beds. The Serpent Beard does not require major maintenance, it only requires to be cultivated under full sun, in light, fertile and well-drained soil. Watering should be periodic.
Picture 21 - Delicate and rustic Begonias.
Delicate yet at the same time rustic, the Begonias - Begonia Cinnabarina - are great for gardening, potting and gardening. The flowers can be white, red or pink, depending on the type of soil and the amount of sunlight absorbed by the plant. Grow the begonias in full sun or half shade, in fertile soil and with regular watering.
Picture 22 - Versatile, Bela Emilia is one of the most popular flowers in landscaping.
The beautiful Emilia - Plumbago Auriculata - enchants by its small and delicate flowers in format of bouquet. White or bluish, Bela Emilia flowers can make gardens, live fences and even be used as climbing plants. The crop includes full sun or half shade and regular watering. Not too picky with fertilizer.
Picture 23 - Bet on the colored Boca de Leão.
The Mouth of the Lion - Antirrhinum Majus - is a plant that presents in different colorations. In landscaping, the Mouth of Leon is used in sets with the objective of forming flowering massifs. Cultivate the Lion's Mouth to full sun or half shade, in soil composed of garden soil and vegetable soil with regular watering.
Image 24 - Symbol of Rio Grande do Sul: Princess Earring.
The Princess Earring - Fuchsia Hybrida - is much appreciated by hummingbirds. This flower petals ranging from red, pink, blue, violet and white prefer colder and cooler climates. Can be grown in pots or outdoors. A soil rich in organic matter helps the plant to develop and flourish.
Picture 25 - Marigold: delicate and excellent ally of the homemade medicine.
The yellow and orange flowers of Calendula Officinalis - are appreciated in landscaping, cooking and home-made medicine. In gardening, the Marigold makes beautiful masses and borders, in addition to being used in vases and bibs. Cultivate the plant under full sun, on compound soil and with regular watering.
Picture 26 - Attracts butterflies and kisses flowers to the garden with the flower Shrimp
The Red Shrimp - Justicia Brandegeeana - is one of the best options when the idea is to attract birds and butterflies to the garden. The branched flower appears in a gradient that goes from red to yellow. In landscaping is much used for the formation of hedges and hedges. Shrimp cultivation should be done in half shade or diffuse light with fertile soil, deep and well drained. Watering and fertilization should be regular.
Image 27 - Now is the turn of the Yellow Shrimp.
The Yellow Shrimp - Pachystachys Lutea - has characteristics very similar to Red Shrimp. However, it is even better to be grown in pots. The cultivation of Yellow Shrimp should be done in half shade or diffuse light with fertile soil, deep and well drained. Keep the substrate always moist.
Image 28 - The grace and charm of the Camellias.
The Camellias - Camellia Japonica - have flowers of high aesthetic value. However, they can not be touched, as their delicate petals create dark spots on contact. Camellias do not tolerate heat, so they should preferably be cultivated in the shade. Other precautions include regular watering and fertilization.
Picture 29 - Rustic, decorative and medicinal: this is the Monkey Cane
Cane Monkey or Breed's Cane - Costus Spicatus - is a plant widely used for urinary tract infections and other types of kidney disorders. In addition to the medicinal properties, Monkey Cane also has landscaping value, thanks to its red and elongated stem.
Picture 30 - From Gilbratar to the world: the delicate Candytuft.
Candytuft - Iberis Gibraltarica - is the flower symbol of Gilbratar, British territory, located in the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula. This delicate flower develops very well on rocky soils.
Image 31 - Cardo Marítimo: different and difficult to be found.
The Cardo Marítimo - Eryngium Maritimum - is a plant of Portuguese origin, rustic in appearance and difficult to find in Brazil. The Cardo Marítimo appreciates the climate and the coastal habitat.
Figure 32 - To plant in the pot, choose the Cyclamen.
The Cyclamen - Cyclamen Persicum - has delicate flowers in shades ranging from white, salmon, pink and red. The flower is very commercialized in pots for internal cultivation. Cultivate the Cyclamen in locations protected from extreme temperatures, with regular watering. After flowering the top of the plant dies, but the bulb remains alive and can sprout in the spring.
Image 33 - The gray and original Cineraria
The Cineraria - Senecio Cruentus - is the ideal plant for modern and contemporary gardens. Its gray, almost silver leaves create a unique look for flowerbeds and folds. The flowers of the Cineraria are colorful. Full sun, soil drained and well fertilized and frequent watering make the joy of this plant.
Picture 34 - Clerodendro - Creeper of romantic gardens
The Clerodendron - Clerodendron Splendens - has red flowers highly appreciated by hummingbirds. The cultivation should be done under full sun, with soil fertilizer and regular watering.
Picture 35 - Clethra Alnifolia: flower typical of the gardens of North America.
The Clethra Alnifolia is a shrub of dark green leaves and white flowers. The plant is widely used in natural gardens.
Image 36 - The Brazilian Clúsia.
Clusia - Clusia Fluminensis - is a typical plant of the paulista and carioca coast. The delicate white flower has great landscape appeal, being able to measure up to six meters in height when it is not pruned. Appreciates living under full sun with periodic watering.
Picture 37 - Colorful and full of life: surrender to the charms of Coleus
The Coleus - Solenostemon Scutellaroides - is a species of foliage of shades ranging from yellow, red, brown and purple. This is a great choice for fences, flowerbeds and borders. In the vessel, Coleus also develops well. To ensure the beauty of the plant, grow it under full sun or half shade, shower often and nurse every 15 days.
Picture 38 - Of small and discreet flowers, the Congeia has an unequaled charm
The Congeia - Congea tomentosa - is a climbing plant species well known for the exuberance of its flowering, although its flowers are very small. When the Congeia blooms badly can be seen the foliage of so abundant that is the flowering. Grow it under full sun and frequent watering.
Image 39 - Bloody Heart: strange, only the name.
The Bloody Heart - Clerodendrum Splendens - is a type of shrub, but its use in landscaping is usually done as a creeper. The cultivation of this species of flower involves half shade, fertile soil and well drained, frequent watering and annual fertilization.
Image 40 - Choreopathy: better known as yellow daisy.
Coreopsis - Coreopsis Lanceolata - is a type of daisy very appreciated and used in Brazilian gardening. Of easy cultivation, the Coreópsis is very resistant and can survive in poor soils and periods of drought. The flower gives a rustic and rustic touch to the designs in which it is used. Grow it under full sun and fertile soil to ensure good flowering.
Image 41 - Cravina: the miniature of the clove.
Cravina - Dianthus Chinensis - shows white, pink and red coloring sheets with blends of these colors in some specimens. The cravina compose beautiful flowerbeds and borders, giving a rustic and rustic climate to the garden. Grow it under full sun on fertile soils and with regular watering.
Image 42 - The flower of the Day of the Dead: the Carnation
In Mexico, the flower of the Carnation or Tagetes can not be missing during the celebrations of the Day of the Dead. Despite the baleful reference, the flower is super high-spirited and impresses joy where it is planted. The clove should be cultivated in full sun with regular watering.
Picture 43 - Dahlias: always present in the gardens of the grandmas
The Dahlias - Dahlia - were already very popular years ago and were always present in the gardens. However, it eventually lost its popularity until it was repaginated thanks to new crossings. Grow Dahlia under full sun, but protected from the wind, with regular watering and periodic fertilization.
Image 44 - Beautiful and toxic: watch out for the foxglove
The Dedaleira - Digitalis Purpurea - is an elongated flower, similar to a thimble, hence the name. However, the plant is toxic and should be kept away from children and pets. To cultivate it, simply prepare a spot with abundant sunshine and provide regular watering and fertilization.
Picture 45 - Beautiful all year long, it's worth giving a chance to the False Erica
The False Erica - Cuphea Gracilis - is a plant very appreciated for blossoming all year long. Of purple and delicate flowers, the False Erica requires little maintenance, since it is cultivated to the full sun and receives regular waterings.
Picture 46 - False Iris: pure ornamental elegance for the garden
The bluish tone of False Iris - Neomarica Caerulea - combined with the exotic shape of the leaves gives False Iris the status of one of the most appreciated plants for garden ornamentation. The care with the plant is also simple, just cultivate it in full sun, in fertile soil and offer regular watering.
Picture 47 - Aster: charm and delicacy in miniature.
The Aster - Symphyotrichum Tradescantii - is a very delicate white flower that resembles the famous mosquito. Although often used as a cut flower, Aster can also be used in landscaping on borders or in pots and gardeners. The cultivation is done in full sun, with regular watering and fertile soil.
Image 48 - Edible and ornamental: here she comes, the famous Capuchin or Flower of Chagas.
The Chagas' Flower - Tropaeolum Majus - is perhaps best known for its culinary use rather than its landscaping. But it is also very ornamental. The cultivation should be done in full sun with periodic watering.
Image 49 - Bring the Cone Flower and its country style into the garden.
The Cone Flower - Echinacea Purpurea - is well known for its rustic and rustic effect. Its flowers resemble daisies, but in shades of pink, violet and white. The Cone Flower should be cultivated in the full sun, with regular watering, but without excess.
Picture 50 - Woody and rustic, Japanese Erica brings a great highlight to the garden.
The Erica Oriental Flower - Leptospermum Scoparium - is a type of woody shrub with leaves and flowers of small size. The plant should be cultivated in full sun, but does not tolerate high temperatures.
Image 51 - Lover of colder climates, the Flox brings a beautiful contrast to the garden.
The Flox - Phlox Drummondii - is a small natural plant in the state of Texas, USA. Its flowers of coloring between blue, purple and pink are very ornamental for borders, flowerbeds and vases. Grow them under the sun, but at mild temperatures. Watering is also important, but avoid soaking the soil.
Image 52 - The numerous family of the Gailárdias.
The Gailárdia is a flower of the same family of daisies and sunflowers. The plant has 24 different species that result in lower, erect, small and large types. Use it for the formation of borders and flowerbeds. The cultivation of Gailárdia should be under full sun, with well fertilized soil and regular watering.
Picture 53 - The sweet and fragrant Gardenia
Gardenia Jasminoides - Gardenia Jasminoides is a shrub, semi-woody plant that can reach up to two meters in height. Its white leaves are very fragrant and ornamental. To stay always beautiful and healthy, cultivate the gardenia under full sun, in fertile soil, slightly acidic, and with frequent watering.
Image 54 - The bluish and tropical Blue Ginger
Blue Ginger - Dichorisandra Thyrsiflora - is a typically tropical plant with elongated stems where blue flowers appear. Grow the plant in half shade with regular watering.
Picture 55 - Fragrant bouquets of geraniums for the garden
Geranium - Pelargonium - besides being a very beautiful flower and also very fragrant. It can be cultivated in gardens and flowerbeds, but its beauty stands out even in the vases. The cultivation should be done in full sun with regular watering.
Image 56 - Exotic Geum Quellyon.
Geum Quellyon is a flower native to Chile and widely used by the Mapuche people to treat dental inflammations. In gardens, this flower has a high ornamental value.
Image 57 - All the charm of Wisteria.
Wisteria - Wisteria is a climbing plant widely used to cover pergolas creating an incredible visual effect. The plant has pendant flowers in the shape of curls in lilac, white and pink. Glicinia enjoys the cold, but should be cultivated in full sun and with regular watering.
Picture 58 - The beautiful and poisonous Heléboro
The Helleborus - Helleborus Orientalis - is an herb that grows up to 45 centimeters high and blooms in late winter. Its cup-shaped flowers are very beautiful. However, the plant should be handled with care, as all its parts are poisonous.
Image 59 - Alegre and tropical: heliconia is always a success.
Heliconia - Heliconia Rostrata - is a plant of high ornamental value and perfectly composes tropical-style designs. Its inflorescences are pendant and in red and yellow colors. The heliconia should be cultivated in full sun or half shade and irrigated frequently.
Image 60 - Ephemeral Beauty of Hemerocale
The Hemerocale - Hemerocallis Fulva - has a very interesting feature: its flowers last only one day. And hence comes the name that comes from the Greek hemero (day) and kallos (beauty). Even with its ephemeral beauty, Hemerocale is a very appreciated plant for gardening. The cultivation is simple, the plant only asks not to be over watered.
Image 61 - Enjoy Hawaiian beauty with Hibiscus flowers.
The Hibiscus - Hibiscus Rosa-Sinensis - is a flower typical of Hawaii, but has adapted very well to the Brazilian climate and culture. Widely used for live hedges, Hibiscus also adapts to various other landscape proposals. Hibiscus cultivation involves full sun, regular irrigation, and periodic fertilization.
Picture 62 - Fall in love with the bouquets of Hydrangea
Hydrangea - Hydrangea Macrophylla - is a plant very popular in Brazil and that adapts better in cold regions. The coloration of the hydrangeas is linked to the pH of the soil, the more acidic, the more blue. It should be cultivated in full sun and periodic watering. After flowering, the plant should be pruned.
Image 63 - All simplicity of the Ipomea
The Ipomoea - Ipomoea Cairica - is a type of fast growing vine that develops well even in the poorest soils. It does not require great maintenance and care, it only requires that it be cultivated in full sun.
Image 64 - Take beauty to the walls of the house with Ixora.
The Ixora - Ixora Coccinea - is a type of hot weather bush very used close to the walls and fences. Plant cultivation involves full sun and periodic watering, dispensing with other types of care.
Image 65 - Of orange flowers, the Emperor's Jasmine is pure perfume
The Emperor's Jasmine - Osmanthus Fragrans - is considered a tree, capable of reaching up to four meters in height. The orange leaves of the plant have a sweet and fruity aroma. Emperor Jasmine cultivation mainly involves exposure to direct sunlight.
Picture 66 - White and fragrant Jasmine Mango
The Jasmine Manga - Plumeria Rubra - is a very ornamental plant, but it draws attention even by its sweet scent. Jasmine Manga develops best in hot regions, under full sun and fertile soil.
Image 67 - Another fragrant and delicate choice of Jasmine.
The flowers of the Azores Jasmine - Jasminum Azoricum - like the other species of jasmine, is fragrant and delicate. The cultivation is the same of the other types of jasmine, nevertheless, this species has a timid flowering in the first year.
Image 68 - A jasmine of poetic inspiration
The species Jasminum Polyanthum, popularly known as Jasmine of the Poets, is a type of creeper that shows very ornamental for projects of romantic inspiration. Cultivate in full sun with regular watering and can always be needed.
Image 69 - Star-shaped flowers.
The Star Jasmine - Trachelospermum Jasminoides - is another species of jasmine. This delicate, star-like white-flowered climbing plant can reach three meters high. When cultivated at full sun, the Star Jasmine flowers more abundantly.
Picture 70 - Lantana: show of colors in the same bouquet.
The Lantana is a very ornamental flower. Its flowers bloom in bouquet format with colors ranging from yellow, red, orange and pink. Lantana should be grown in full sun.
Image 71 - The Orange Exuberance of Chinese Lanterns
The Chinese Lantern - Abutilon Striatum - is a rustic bush with flowers that stand out by the look that really resembles lanterns. The warm and vibrant colors highlight the plant even more. The Chinese Lantern should be cultivated in the full sun and receive annual pruning to ensure the next flowering.
Picture 72 - Stay with the tranquility and the perfume of Lavandas
The Lavandula Dentata is one among the various species of Lavandas. With characteristics very similar to Lavender, Lavender is an excellent option to create beds and borders. It does not require fertile soil, but needs good drainage to stay healthy.
Picture 73 - Lindheimeri: the butterfly flower
Lindheimeri - Gaura Lindheimeri - is a delicate flower characterized by its butterfly shape. The Gaura can be planted in pots, flowerbeds and borders. Cultivation should be at full sun with frequent watering.
Image 74 - Simple beauty of the Day Lilies.
The Day Lily flower is very ornamental and commonly used in floral arrangements. The plant can be grown in pots or flower beds provided it receives the required amount of light daily.
Picture 75 - Delicate, sweet and fragrant: know the Honeysuckle
The Honeysuckle - Lonicera Japonica - is a delicate vine plant with a sweet perfume. Their little flowers range from white to light yellow. Grow it under full sun and water it frequently, as the plant tends to dehydrate easily, especially when planted in pots.
Image 76 - Malcolmia Maritima: fast growing plant and very ornamental.
Malcolmia Maritima is a small plant that has a fast growth capable of filling the garden with a sweet and delicate perfume. Light and fertile soils are what Malcolmia Maritima needs to develop.
Image 77 - Manacá da Serra, a small notable.
Manacá da Serra - Tibouchina Mutabilis - is a small tree type recognized for its luxuriant coloring flowers. The same plant has up to three shades of flowers, depending on the stage of maturity of each flower. This is a great option for planting on sidewalks, since the plant has no aggressive roots. Manacá da Serra should be planted in fertile soil under full sun and receive frequent watering during the first year of life.
Image 78 - The simplicity and delicacy of Daisies
The country life, the simplicity and the delicacy pass through the flowers of the Daisy - Leucanthemum Vulgare. The plant is very popular in Brazil and develops easily in soils rich in organic matter and full sun.
Picture 79 - Mary without shame: many colors and easy cultivation
Maria-no-shame - Impatiens Walleriana - is a great flower option for beginners gardeners or for those who do not have much time to take care of plants. This species has easy cultivation - it prefers heat, but it stays more beautiful in humid environments - and it blooms year-round.
Picture 80 - Mini, but graceful.
The Mini rose - Rosa Chinensis - is a diminutive version of the beautiful and larger roses that we see there. Despite the smaller size, this rose variety does not require differentiated care. To keep the mini roses beautiful, just keep the soil always fertilized, let them bathe in the sunlight and provide regular watering, never leaving the soil totally dry.
Picture 81 - Blue drops in the garden: this is the effect of Forget-Me-Not.
Forget-me-not is a small bluish-colored flower popularly known as Do not Forget Me. It should be cultivated half-shaded in a humid and fertile soil.
Picture 82 - Daffodils: elegant and charming
Narcissus is a bulbous flower, similar to tulips. And this characteristic makes the plant difficult to adapt to the Brazilian climate, being more common in cold countries, especially the European ones.
Picture 83 - Nemesia: a flower and many colors.
The Nemesia - Nemesia Strumosa - or Joia do Cabo, is a flower of high ornamental value, being found in different colors, among them pink, orange, red and blue. Use it in flowerbeds or embroideries for an even more beautiful effect.
Picture 84 - With time to blossom.
The Eleven-Hours - Portulaca Grandiflora - is a flower that opens in the morning and closes in the afternoon. Its flowers, of an intense pink rose, enjoy very much to live under the full sun.
Image 85 - Poppies and their sensitive beauty.
The Papaver Nudicaule - Papaver Nudicaule - is a delicate, fine and very sensitive flower, but nevertheless it is a beautiful option for flower beds and borders. He likes sunshine, but prefers cold climates to blossom.
Picture 86 - Pentstemon: bell-shaped flowers
Pentstemon stands out for its bell format. Much appreciated on the flowerbeds and borders of American homes, the Pentstemon enjoys full sunshine and regular watering.
Image 87 - Peony: the flower of the party arrangements
The Peony is a very ornamental flower, especially used in the decoration of parties, being even used in bouquets of brides. Slowly growing, the Peony needs full sun, fertile soil and regular watering.
Picture 88 - Spring: a sculptural flower.
Spring - Bougainvillea - is an excellent option for those who want to create an extra highlight in the landscaping project. Also used to decorate gates, entrances and pergolas. Its small and numerous flowers are found in the colors pink, red, yellow and white. The cultivation should be done in full sun, fertile soil and with periodic watering.
Image 89 - A flower spike.
The Primula Vialii flower is exotic and different. She is presented in a shape of spike in pink purple color. However, the plant is not very popular in Brazil.
Picture 90 - Create beautiful bibs with Primula.
Primula flowers are beautiful options for decorating pots and gardeners indoors. The plant enjoys half shade, fertile soil and well drained with frequent watering.
Picture 91 - Cat's Tail: you understand the name when you see the plant
The Cat Tail - Acalypha Reptans - does not have that name by chance. The elongated plush look really makes the flower reminiscent of a feline tail. But it is not only in appearance that the plant stands out, the red color also draws attention. Cultivating it is simple, just keep it half shaded, in a fertile soil and irrigated often.
Picture 92 - They could not be left out: the beautiful and romantic roses.
Roses are among the most popular of the flowers. They are the symbol of love and beauty. In landscaping, the plant can be used in gardens, flowerbeds or planted in pots. Care with roses includes full sun exposure, regular watering and well-fertilized soil. The plant can suffer from pests and insects, so it is always recommended to check the health status of the rose bush.
Picture 93 - Call the hummingbirds with Sage Pineapple
The Salvia Ananas - Salvia Elegans - is a decoy flower for hummingbirds and butterflies. However, flowering is short.
Picture 94 - Salvia of Jerusalem: small and discreet
The Salvia of Jerusalem - Salvia Hierosolymitana - is a plant of the eastern Mediterranean that enjoys the sun and the heat. Unlike other types of salvia, it has no medicinal uses.
Image 95 - A small lilac bush: this is how the Leucantha Salvia is recognized
Sage Leucantha has lilac flowers on the plant stems. Easy to grow, this species enjoys full sun, but fits very well in half shade as well.
Image 96 - Santolina and its small yellow pompoms.
The Santolina - Santolina Chamaecyparissus - is a bush of yellow pompom-shaped flowers, which makes the plant an ideal option for borders and paths. The Santolina flowers also form beautiful arrangements for pots. The cultivation of this species should be done in full sun with spaced waterings.
Image 97 - Bring pergolados and arbors to life with the Beanie Shoe.
Thunbergia Mysorensis has flowers that blend yellow with reddish brown. Typically tropical, this plant should be grown in full sun on fertile soils.
Image 98 - Uncommon in Brazil, but still worth appreciating
The Sedum Telephium - Hylotelephium Telephium - is a typical North American plant with purplish blooms at the top of the stem.
Image 99 - Small and expressive Torênias.
The Torenia - Torenia Fournieri - are small flowers, also known as Perfect Love of Summer. Blue flowers with white background stand out in flowerbeds or gardeners. The cultivation of the species should be done in full sun and with frequent watering.
Picture 100 - Viburno: a flowering and delicate shrub.
The Viburno - Viburnum Tinus - or Laurotino is a woody shrub much appreciated in the landscaping. The cultivation should be done in fertile soil and with a good drainage system.
Image 101 - The spontaneity of Vinca.
The Vinca - Catharanthus Roseus - is a plant that is easy to grow and that is often born spontaneously in the gardens. The flowering - white at the ends and pink at the center - lasts throughout the year. The cultivation of Vinca involves full sun, regular watering and fertile soil.