Daucus carota is a white flowering plant that forms part of the Apiaceae family of aromatic flowering plants that includes 3700+ species. It is commonly referred to as the celery, carrot, or parsley family. But, you may know Daucus carota as wild carrot, Queen Anne’s Lace, bishop’s lace, bee’s nest, bird’s nest, and devil’s plague.
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Impatiens flowers are herbaceous annuals that are mostly found in the Northern Hemisphere as well as the tropics. They earned the nickname, touch-me-not, because of their sensitive seed capsules. If you touch them, they will explode and shoot their seeds 20 feet away!
Desmodium is a genus in the Fabaceae family. This plant, often known as tick clover, has many names and uses. You might want to grow some of these, as they can be used in farming. But, they also make good garden plants if you want to add some purplish-pink flowers to your yard!
Landscaping and gardening can be a great task to take on. You need to consider what plants will fare well in your climate and whether you can provide the best conditions for your garden to thrive. Some plants need more attention than others. One plant that needs a bit less maintenance than others is the barberry.
The beautiful Japanese maple is a deciduous shrub that is native to Japan, Korea, and other parts of Asia. With their striking colors and ability to grow in relatively small spaces, these make an ideal addition to your garden at home.