Rohnm

Puff Vine Love

Puffy Vine Love may be more original than anything else, but if you prefer a more natural effect, it grows easily from seed and adds an authentic Victorian look to the garden.Fluffy Vine Love is a real old-fashioned plant that is fun to grow, even if it’s not an heirloom plant, because of its fluffy,…

Read More

Planting canary vines

Every year I like to build a trellis for the canary vines because of the golden flowers that are as enticing as gold! The foliage of the canary vine Tropaeolum perigrinum suggests that it is the root of an arid lily, but once it flowers it can surprise even the experts.Tropaeolum perigrinum is a natural…

Read More

The beauty of fragrant violets

Scented violets, do you like them?Not only is there a great deal of confusion on my part about what a scented violet is and what it is not, but the same is true of botanists as well. Fortunately, with the recent sequencing of DNA, this issue seems to have been resolved. Of course, there are…

Read More

Try growing tobacco

I love growing plants, floral or otherwise, and exploring the world of plants! So after an interesting experiment in which I tested various cultivation methods to see if I could get better results from what are usually bland flowers, I was rewarded with 6-foot tall tobacco flowers.I’m not very familiar with the genus Tobacco, but…

Read More

Beautiful farm

Dan pointed to the south and told us they owned the next two hills, the one we saw had a trail running through it, as did the hill behind it. He reiterated that the farmers who owned the land before them had kept the vegetation under control, growing as much grass as possible. But they…

Read More

Red spider lily

It’s finally autumn and after a hot summer I’m certainly celebrating this year. It’s amazing how different the garden looks. A few rainfalls, cooler nighttime temperatures and shorter days have had a big impact on plant growth and my sanity. It’s a miracle the plants survived after such a harsh summer. Native plants are fortunate…

Read More

My farm daily sharing

It’s been hot, but until recently it looked nice and lush. But the heat and drought are not serious problems; the problem is. The caterpillars are loving it. The bay mussels we like to fly around the garden find the plant and lay their eggs. These spiny orange larvae look hateful, but as long as…

Read More