Contra Costa Goldfields

      Contra Costa Goldfields, a plant belonging to the Aster family and scientifically known as Lasthenia conjugens, is an endangered species of flowers native to California that have as main growing environment, the Californian vernal pools.

Camellia

      Camellia is a genus that gathers 120 species and it is native to Asia, China and Japan. The perfect environments in which the plant can maintain its health are the forests situated at a medium height above see level. Camellia is a perfect garden plant because it can easily get used to shade and soil that lacks limestone, if it is enriched with a compost of shrunken leaves.

Bachelor’s Button

      Also known as Cornflower, Bluebottle, Boutonniere or Hurtsickle, the scientific name of the Bachelor’s Button is Centaurea cyanus and it is a small flowering plant native to Europe that blooms annually. The Bachelor’s Button can reach a maximum height of 90 centimeters and has a splendid blue color and unique shapes.

Trachymene – Didiscus

       Didiscus or the Blue Lace Flower. has its flowering at the top of a tall stem and its bloom is famous for resembling Queen Ann’s lace, which can justify one of the commonest used names of the Trachymene. The plant has its flowering at the top of a tall stem and its bloom is famous for resembling Queen Ann’s lace, which can justify one of the commonest used names of the Trachymene.

Banksia robur

      Banksia robur is a plant able to reach a height of 2.5 meters and sometimes even more. As expected, the leaves are also impressively large and the flower consists of an astonashing spike that has as color, a mixture between red and brown, and pink if referring to the bud. From a certain point of view, the flowers also have a human aspect and that is the color of the flower that before fading, changes to grey.

Lithops

      Lithops is an ideal garden plant. Even though the growing process demands favorable conditions and the plant grows relatively slow, by combining the different existing species of Lithops, your garden will most definitely have an original, diversified look given by the varied palette of colors available in the case of leaves.

Cosmos

      Cosmos, a genus that gathers around 20-26 species, is a perfect garden flower as it brigs a plus of color and the power of joggling with them, as the colors may differ from a specie to another.The genus includes Cosmos atrosanguineus, Cosmos bipinnatus, Cosmos caudatus and Cosmos sulphureus, some of them extremely popular between ornamental plants.

Cockcomb-Celosia Cristata

      Celosia, also known as Cockscomb or woolflower, a genus that gathers 60 species, is an ornamental flower pretty much similar in appearance to amaranthus.The flower comes in colors such as red, yellow, cream, orange, rose and pink and if you choose to play a little bit with the colors while planting them, this flower ..

Astilbe

      A garden of Astilbes looks rich and abundant, as the flowers of the Astilbe plant can cheer up and lighten even the dullest of gardens with their vivid colors. Most cultivators use Astilbe as a decorative flower, but its use goes way beyond decorations and ornamental schemes, as it even has a symbolism surrounding it that suggests the flower stands for ..

Plectranthus verticillatus

      Plectranthus verticillatus is not a very big fan of low temperatures. Therefore, in order to avoid frost, protect the stem by surrounding it with dry leaves and if you want to move them outside, do it after the temperatures start to reach 15 Celsius degrees.