By Kathy Esfahani
Never diminish the healing power of a quiet moment in the garden.
Libang flowers and plants
Gardening can be a very relaxing pastime, so why not consider planting plants to enhance your landscaping to give your garden a little more scenery?
Outflows, flowering vines can give such a special touch to any garden or landscape. They can be rough, colorful, and often grow in unusual places. They can serve as a natural conversation wall for your outdoor space, provide some welcome privacy and distribute any space, including empty walls and fences.
Vegetation can make your yard feel organic and fun, and add a beautiful atmosphere.
What are some of the best flowering wines for Northeast Florida?
Here are some beautiful mountains we carry in kindergarten –
Alamanda: A fast-growing vine with bright yellow flowers. A large vineyard around a porch, but be careful. Their offspring are poisonous to humans and animals.
Bugenville: It is a tropical plant that loves the heat of Florida and needs full sun to create such bright flowers. In our zone and winters, they bloom most of the year until the winter.
Bleeding heart; Another tropical vine that grows in full shade or in the morning sun. This wine has dark green leaves and clusters of red and white flowers that can be cut into any shape you choose.
Carolina Jasmine; This vine is fragrant, has yellow flowers and can grow up to 25 feet tall. Unless we have a severe winter, they bloom in late winter / early spring and grow in this zone.
Mandela: It loves the heat of Florida, but needs some shade in the hottest part of the day. Also a simple producer, this vine comes in a variety of bright colors.
Combined jasmine-easy to produce in semi-full sun. They are at least 6 feet tall and bloom a little white every May.
Wine of interest; This wine creates a purple 3D flower that butterflies love! They can grow in the sun or in partial shade and up to 25 feet tall!
Start planning a straightforward paradise based on your own wine! Good planting!
Flower of the week; Bugenville
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Katie’s Creative Gardens and Kindergarten at 196 N. Roscoe Blvd. In Ponte Vedra Beach. (904) 655-7373.