a while ago a unadorned of the bride was lamenting her bride-to-be daughter s objections lily of the nile as a marriage flower. "it s only a way flower " the daughter mentioned. she used to be proper. lily of the nile (agapanthus) is very easy grow in california and a few other puts that you see it alongside highways and m ive industrial landscapes.
however in colder climates the same plant with its blue blooms is unusual valuable coveted. there are lots of other vegetation that many of us suppose are too commonplace or too overused be thought to be for our gardens. "familiarity breeds contemptandquot; is the old ouncing. however if you happen to look with recent eyes you might see some great vegetation that plant ation ine love hate that you may love grow.
there are reasons a lot of them had been popular for so long and were used so much. why no longer provide them a unadorned take a look at? fyi: i went the marriage but forgot what vegetation the & daughter agreed use. gardening guides. don t brush aside those not unusual annuals perennials and shrubs there are reasons they ve been in style for so long.