Datura, also known as Devil’s Trumpet or Jimsonweed, is a genus of flowering plants that belong to the Solanaceae family. These plants are known for their large, trumpet-shaped flowers and are native to various regions in North and South America, as well as some parts of Asia.
Helleborus orientalis, commonly known as the Lenten Rose or Oriental Hellebore, is a perennial flowering plant celebrated for its early spring blossoms and evergreen foliage.
Queen of the Night
The “Queen of the Night” plant is a common name used for several different species of night-blooming cacti and orchids. One of the most well-known “Queen of the Night” plants is the Selenicereus grandiflorus, a night-blooming cactus known for its stunning and fragrant blooms.
Chrysanthemums, often simply referred to as “mums,” are popular flowering plants known for their vibrant and diverse blooms. They belong to the genus Chrysanthemum and are native to Asia and northeastern Europe.
Angel’s Trumpet, scientifically known as Brugmansia, is a group of flowering plants known for their large, trumpet-shaped flowers and elegant, drooping growth habit.
Garden roses, also known as “old roses” or “heirloom roses,” are a group of rose cultivars that are cherished for their classic beauty, fragrance, and historical significance. These roses have a rich and diverse heritage and are distinct from modern hybrid tea and floribunda roses.
Nymphaea capensis, commonly known as the Cape Blue Water Lily, is a species of aquatic plant that belongs to the Nymphaeaceae family. This water lily is native to various regions in Africa and is celebrated for its striking blue or purple flowers.
The Fishbone Cactus, scientifically known as Epiphyllum anguliger, is a unique and intriguing succulent plant known for its long, flat stems that resemble fishbones or zigzag patterns. This cactus belongs to the Epiphyllum genus and is native to the rainforests of Central and South America.
Common Evening-Primrose, scientifically known as Oenothera biennis, is a biennial flowering plant native to North America but has become naturalized in various parts of the world. This plant is known for its vibrant yellow flowers that open in the evening, giving it its common name.