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Black Nigra Hollyhock (Alcea rosea): Perfect Bloom for a Gothic Garden

Do you want to create a garden which will stand out from the rest but definitely not the conventional type you see in most homes? If you are looking for excitement in your garden then a gothic theme might do perfectly well for you. This is not your usual ever-blooming garden of happiness. A gothic […]

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Black Dragon Coleus

Black Dragon Coleus is a great plant to grow if you are looking for something that adds intensely deep colored foliage to a shady location in your garden space. This is a very showy annual that adds the perfect dramatic touch to borders or container plantings. With its deep reddish and intense purple, almost black […]

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Victorian Black Gardens

Back in Victorian and Edwardian periods, black flowers were highly sought after by many gardeners. The interest in “black flowers” is still alive and well today, and a Victorian black garden can be a dramatic addition to any yard or landscape design. While easy enough to grow, some planning is required in order to make […]

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Plants That Attract Butterflies

Bringing beautiful butterflies into your yard or garden is fairly easy when you plant the right types of flowers and shrubs. Butterflies are not only beautiful, they also serve an important role when it comes to pollinating plants. Plants should be chosen with the entire life cycle of the butterfly in mind, as plants are […]

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Penny Black Nemophila Looks Like it is Wearing a Tuxedo

Gothic High Class Dressy Black Bloom If you are looking for a lovely black ground hugging flower to cover an area or to mix in with your other garden blooms, one of the classiest looking black flowers is the Penny Black Nemophila,  Nemophila menziesii. The Penny Black is an excellent choice for ground cover, container […]

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Bat Orchid

Coryanthes speciosa, or the Bat Orchid, also sometimes referred to as the Bucket Orchid, is a very unusual and interesting plant. This flower is native to South America where it can be found growing in the wild. The plant tends to be found growing among anthills where the petals attract bees. As the bees approach […]

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Hellebore, Onyx Odyssey

The Onyx Odyssey Hellebore is a flower that was introduced in the year 2008 by breeder Marietta O’Byrne. These flowers are about three inches wide and feature full, double flowers with approximately fifteen to twenty petals per flower, giving them an almost fluffy appearance. The Hellebore is a downward facing flower that will bloom for […]

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