If you are seeing this page, it probably means you haven't edited your Ghost config file to include your own domain name.Open in your root directory and enter your domain name instead of this one. This year's summer flowers are thriving in my cutting garden.
There are several types, the most common of which are these summer-blooming tall phlox and the creeping phlox variety that grows in spring.
Phlox also comes in a range of colors from pure white to lavender to red, and grow happily in most parts of the country.
If properly planted and sited, they are largely pest and disease free too - a perfect perennial!
Calendula has daisy-like bright orange or yellow flowers, and pale green leaves.
I have been so pleased with the progress in both locations.
Since the change, I’ve added more and more flowering plants.My gardeners, Ryan and Wilmer, spend a lot of time and care placing and planting each specimen - taking into consideration mature plant size and growth habit.Many of the flowers have bloomed so beautifully - here are some photos. Phlox in bloom are hard to miss with their masses of small, star-shaped, colorful flowers blanketing the plants.Commonly called the pot marigold, Calendula officinalis, the calendula flower is historically used for medicinal and culinary purposes.Daucus carota, also known as Queen Anne's lace or wild carrot, is a flowering plant in the family Apiaceae.It has attractive, fern-like foliage and tall, hairy stems that hold a flattened cluster of tiny white flowers.