Small Plants Name
picture Botanical name Common name Borders Info : Id# Iris versicolor: Blue Flag Iris: 6 : 1037 : Phormium tenax 'Amazing Red' New Zealand Flax : 21 : 773: Aeonium arboreum atropurpureum 'Zwartkop'
Plants and Flowers for Your Garden, Listed by their Common Names Below you will find an index of all the plants that have been profiled on The Garden Helper, using our new Plant Care Icon System One member of The Gardener's Forum refers to this index as "the easiest flower catalog to read in this world."
We see different types of plants around us. Plants are living things. They breathe and grow. They also reproduce. Most of the plants grow on land. Some plants grow in water. Plants are very useful to us. Some plants are big and strong. Some plants are small and weak. Big Plants: Tall, big and strong plants are called trees. They have many branches.
Foliage Type Plants Click Here View by Botanical/Scientific name Aluminum Plant An easy going house plant that is generally simple to please. Areca Palm A cane type palm growing up to 8ft tall with mulitple stems. Arrowhead Very similar species as the Philodendron and from the same family. Bird's
There are many reasons you may want to find small flowering plants. They do well in planters to fill in between taller flowers and are nice for those small office spaces where you want a plant but don't have much room. Flowering plants are typically considered small if they are under a foot tall.
Below are the plants I own, which I photographed because I want to know about yours too (and in the event that you are a plant scientist and you can tell me what I'm doing wrong)! My plants are my babies — — let's make like some Park Slope moms and brag about them! Peanut Butter. This is the aforementioned Greenmarket plant — my