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Antirrhinium № 001

Plant Antirrhinium possesses the largest  colour difference among  the  plants. Besides blue, it may have a number of colour shades. Its stem, starting  from the bottom,  is covered with flowers.  The maximum height is 15 cm. Grows better in drained and partially  wet soil. 

The flowers of this plant, which is incompatible with a temperate climate, wither in the summer months, and in the autumn months are beginning to bloom. Soil needs to be watered once a week by keeping soil moist. Mainly grows in the fall, winter and spring.

Begonia № 002

Tropical and subtropical climate is typical for Begonias, with more than 1,400 species. Some species of  Begonia plansts are grown for  greenery but some for decorative purposes  because  of beautiful, multicoloured  flowers. House Begonias are very fond of sunlight. Withstands minimum 13° C frost. Thus, preserving  its  soil constantly mosit can prevent the impact of hot air. Between the months of February and September applying a certain amount of fertilizer to the soil during its flowering can lead to an increase in fertility. Begonia dynamically develops mainly in the spring and summer months.

Calceolaria № 003

There are about 388 species of Calceolaria plants. In some regiosn  it  is called  lady’s purse. It is easy to take care of this annual plant. Thus, we should  remember that, it  likes neither  cool environment  nor light. In order that the  plant  is well-developed it  should be put at the  window where  sun rays  do not fall. This plant also does not like wet soil. Before watering a plant, you must make sure that the soil is dry. Adding a small amount of liquid fertilizer may accelerate may accelerate the flowering process and prevent  its withering for along time. At the same time, maximum 50 flowers may be on a bush  of Calceolaria plant. It  grows mainly in spring and summer.  

Canna № 004

19 species  of  Canna flower are well-known. The n plant  with a lot of  greenery and large  flowers does not require special care. Its leaves and flowers retain their color for a long time.  Flowers can be red, yellow and orange. In favorable conditions Canna can bloom every year.They are  excessively fond  of the heat  and  therefore during the day it  should take sunlight  for several hours. This plant also grows well in moist air. However, the soil should be well drained, partially wet and applying  a small amount of can increase its fruitfulness. Abundance of  organic  compouns in soil is one of the factors that helps to preserve  its greenery and prevents withering  of the flowers. It grown in the spring and summer.

Celosia № 005

Common name  of various species  of the plant which is native to the western Africa, is found as  «amaranthine» in some  sources. The most species  of Celosia plant are annual, nevertheless some  species are  perennial. The  flowers of this plant which  mainyl bloom in spring  are  pink, yellow, light and dark red. The soil  of this  plant  which requires minimumm 4-5 hours sunlight during the  day  should  be  kept slightly  moist.  Adding liquid  fertilizer to the soil once a month may lead to an increase in fertility. It blooms mainly  in  spring and summer.  

Chrysanthemum № 006

Chrysanthemum is a sensitive plant to the sunlight, plenty  of light  may lead  to the appearance of large  number  of plants and accelerate the development  process. There are hundreds of his species, which differ from each other in height, diameter, colour of flowers, a period of prosperity. Flowers are coloured in white, yellow, dark red. Some species of chrysanthemum bloom in late summer, and some - at the end of October. Organic soils are particularly useful for these plants which can be adapted to different soils. Likes sunlight very much. Although it is able to grow in the shade, the roots become weaker and blooms less. Their maximum height varies in the range of 12-15 cm. Applying liquid fertilizer during the summer months may contribute to early and more flowering. This plant is better developed in the autumn and winter months.

Dianthus № 007

Native  land  of the  plant  with  more than  300 species is  generally considered Europe and Asia. In some sources it is also called the «pink carnation». Depending on the type can be annual, biennial and perennial. Its flowers are pink, red and white. This plant with  less cold resistance can dry  out if saved in frosty weather. Applying liquid fertilizer in the soil in every 6-8 weeks can accelerate its  development. It blooms all season of the year.

Europs № 008

The actual name of this plant  is - «African Daisy», however in some resources it is called Europs in honor of the  eponymous botansit.   This plant is grown in many tropical and subtropical regions of the world. The plant, which generally has a long thin yellow flowers, sometimes called «the African sun». This plant grows in all seasons. Fertilizing in the spring months can have a positive impact on its development. This sun-loving plant requires a minimum of 4-5 hours sunlight during the day. The plant must be timely watered in the spring and summber months. In winter months keeping the soil mois is enough.This plant  blooms  in all seasons of the year, but sometimes blooms and  keeps flowers up  to cold winter months.

Gaura № 009

This plant  which is called  «Bee flower»  has more than 22 species. Depending on the type can be annual, biennial and perennial. he height of the stem is up to 1.5 m. The number of leaves, starting from the bottom of the stem, gradually decreases toward the end of the stem. Each flower has four, and sometimes three petals. Depending on the development  process,  flowers  are coloured in  dark and  light pink. Less vulnerable  Gaura hould take at least 5 hours of sunlight per day. In the  summer, warm spring and autumn months it  is enough to water one a week. Constant soil moisture can have a detrimental effect on his poor development. Therefore, there is no need  to fertilize  this plant. Mainly grows in the spring and summer months.

Gazania № 010

The flower  of the Gazania plant  from  Camomile  family  consists of yellow and orange flowers in the shape of a diamond, It blooms  in the summer months. Drought tolerant plant  is fond  of sunlight and therefore  requires  several hours  of sunshine per day. Growing in areas with temperate climates Gazania plant blooms once a year, and this process continues from early spring to autumn months. It can grow up to 15-36 cm. Although the  undemanding plant is drought resistant, timely watering  can have  a positive impact on its development. A moist environment can interfere with the healthy development of the plant.Therefore  while watering  the complete  dryness of soil must be  closely followed. It mainly  grows  in the spring, summer and  autumn months. 

 

Geranium № 011

The plant  which is called  «Crane’s bill» in some  sources has has more than 422 annual,biennial and perennial species. The  colour of flowers of this  plant which  grown mainly  in   regions  with temperate climate,  tropical mountains and  coast of the Mediterranean Sea are white, pink,   blue and  dark red. May grow mainly  in different types of soil, of not watered  excessively. Requires sunlight for several hours a day for better  development  and flowering. Moist and well-drained soil is one of the factors accelerating its development. The plant is less resistant to cold and therefore it must be protected. Adding fertilizer every 4-6 weeks during the growing season can lead to better development. Generally can bloom in the middle of summer, in spring and autumn depending on the type. 

Hanging Geranium № 012

Surrounded by leaves and white, red, pink, blue flowers Geranium plant stem, which is one of the most famous hanging flowers can grow to a maximum height of one meter. Planting it on loose and dense soils promotes absorption of minerals and plant metabolism. Soil  of Hanging Geranium  should  be watered after drying and during thr  daytime. It cane  be  out  in a place  where can take  sunlight  for at least 6 hours a day. It should not be kept  in a windy  place. Removal of dry leaves and  periodic  fertilization  may positively  impact on its development. This plant grows in the spring, summer and fall.

Gerbera № 013

Gerbera plant from Asteraceae was so named in honour of the German botanist T.Gerbera. It has about 30 different species. In some sources it is also called "African Daisy". Its pollination occurs through the dissemination of pollen by wind. The main part of the flower Gerbera can be a minimum of 7 cm, maximum 12 cm. Flowers of ornamental gerbera plant is are white, orange, red and pink. Core of the flower is sometimes black. Each flower consists of its large number of petals in different colours. Gerbera is the 5th most frequently used plant in the world. Extremely hot weather conditions can delay the period of its flowering. Its soil must be kept moist, leaves should be cleaned with water once a week.  Plant fertilization in blooming period may increase its fertility. This plant grows in the spring and summer.

Impatiens № 014

The plant with 850-1000 species mainly grows in the Northern Hemisphere. Although annual species bloom from early summer months to the end of autumn, perennial species can bloom in all seasons in moderate climate conditions. The flowers can be white, pink, light red and dark red. The plant is sensitive to drought, so it may fade, if not watered in a timely manner. Taking sunlight in an average of 3 hours during the daytime per day is enough. Is fragile to cold climatic conditions.  Adding fertilizer once every two weeks may contribute to the development. It blooms in spring, summer and autumn months.

Lavandula № 015

The plant which is used mainly for the purpose of decoration mainly grows in temperate climate. It is also used in the preparation of various oils. The shape of lavandula leaves is simple in some types, whereas in other species they are complex. So, there feathered, toothed, grooved shape. The hairs on the leaves contain the oil used in the medical field. Flowers of this plant may be blue, purple, bright red and yellowish. Conserving soil moisture can have a negative impact on its development. In particular in winter months this plant rarely requires watering. The leaves of lavandula contain very useful oil. Lavandula develops  in all seasons.

Lobularia Alyssum № 016

The word Lobularia in the name of this plant which is called as «sweet Alison» in some sources in a translation from Greek means «small core». The height of this annual plant varies between 5-30 and between 20-30 cm. From its stem branches a few stems, each of which consists of closely spaced small flowers. Very small leaves are 1-4 mm in length. The flowers of aromatic Alison plant consist of four cross petals arranged perpendicular to each other.  Their pollination takes place by insects.  Flowers can be pink, red and purple. It is drought and heat tolerant plant. In comparison with others, species with dark colours are more resistant to cold. This plant grows in all seasons.

Osteospermum № 017

There are more than 50 species of Osteospermum. Like most flowers this plant is also fond of sunlight. Drainage of the soil has a positive influence on the development of the plant.  It is drought-tolerant plant. Flowers can be can be blue, yellow, pink and bright red depending on the type. Removing faded flowers is one of the factors that can extend the blooming period. It blooms mainly in spring, summer and fall.

Petunia № 018

35 species of this plant are well-known. Various types of petunia differ from each other by size, variety of colours. All types bloom once a year. Its pollination occurs through insects. This plant differs from others due to resistance to harsh weather conditions and warm climate. However, too hot weather may delay its flowering. Requires at least 5 hours of sunlight during the day. Petunia plant grows well in an environment with less humidity. It is more developed in the last months of spring. Adding fertilizer once a month can help to accelerate its development process. When cultivating plant the minimum distance between them should be at least 25 cm. Develops in the spring, summer and fall.

 

 

Asqılı Petunia № 019

One of the most popular ornamental forms of Petunia plants having 35 species is hanging Petunia. It is fond of sunlight and therefore should be stored for at least 6 hours in a place where sunlight falls more. Petunia grows in the summer, spring and autumn. Especially in the hot summer months, the plant should be watered daily. To check the soil dryness it is enough to look through the depth of soil in a hanging pot in size equal to the thumb. Rotation of hanging pot every week to 180° allows the plant to receive sunlight equally. Applying liquid fertilizer into the plant soil contributes to a better development. For this it is necessary to check the soil moisture. If the soil is dry the fertilization after watering  can  prevent  the burning  of  its  root  due to the effect  of  fertilizer. 

Portulaca № 020

The plant growing in temperate and tropical climates have 40-100 species. In some sources it is called as «Moss rose» or  «Sun rose». This plant can grow in various types of  soil.  But  most  of all   it  grow rapidly  in  on sany  and  well dried  soils. It  is fond  of  sunlight.  Portulaca plant  which  is able to  continue  its normal development  in very hot weather  is deough-resistant. it does not  require  frequent watering.  When watering  it  is sufficient  to water until it reaches to a moisture content. May grow to a maximum of 10-15 cm. In the last months of spring, mainly in the autumn months it blooms like rose flowers that persist over time. Portulaca plant should not be applied a lot of fertilizer, because otherwise it will bloom less. Generally it grows in the spring, summer and fall. 

Primula № 021

The plant  Primula  which  is valued for ornamental flowers  have  more than 500 species. The name of this plant is taken from the English word «prime» (basic, first), meaning "the first blooming flower in the spring" and blooms once a year.Primula plant which is tolerant to various weather conditions  can delay blooming period in too hot and cold weather conditions. This plant is more adapted to the weather conditions in the Northern Hemisphere. Develops  in the fall and winter. Flowers  of  Primula  which  bloom mainly  in  the  spring  months  can be  light red, yellow, pink, blue and white.   Flowers  diameter  vary between 2.5-3.5 cm depending on the type.  Soil of Primula plant which likes dry weather should be moist all the time. Develops in the spring, summer and fall.

Vinca № 022

The other name of this plant which is native Europe, Northern Africa and   Southern Asia «Algerian violet» and has more than 30 species. Flowers are primarily  violet, in some cases white and pink. Vinca plant has 5 petals 2.5-7 cm in length. The leaves  of this  plant used for  decorative purpose are always green. It  is  less  freakish and  drought resistant. In the summer months it  is enough to water once a week and  in the spring and  autumn months once every two weeks. Blooming  period  begins  from mid-spirng and  lasts up to the end  of  autumn.

Viola № 023

This plant which is grown mainly in Northern Hemisphere can often be found in Australia and Hawaii islands. It has 500-600 species. Most species are heat and cold resistant.  Some types of Viola plant are annual, the others are perennial. Very few species of this plant are in the shape of small bush. Most of species are cultivated for decorative purposes. Its leaves are typically in the shape of toothed heart. The plant which is pollinated by insects blooms mainly in spring. It develops in the autumn and winter. It grows to a maximum of 15-20 cm. Leaves may be 5-6 cm in length, one or multi-coloured. Some types of Viola can be used in perfumery industry and some in medical sphere. It develops mainly in autumn, winter and fall months.