1. Don't have a watering can? Not a problem! Use a milk bottle. All you have to do is carefully pierce holes in the lid and hey presto! an instant watering can. 2. Instead of throwing away your egg shells, recycle the to keep pesky pests away! All you have to do is crumble the egg shells around the base of your soft-stemmed plants to create a barrier. 3. If you don't have time to get to the shop, but really wanna get rid of the weeds in your garden, Fear not just use vinegar!
5: New Guinea Impatients Like their more common cousins, New Guinea impatiens provide hard-to-find brilliant color in shade. And it's not just the flowers. The foliage is often brilliantly, exotically colorful as well. 4: Torenia (Wishbone Flower) While the wishbone plant is adaptable, it prefers a rich, consistently moist and well-draining soil in an area with morning sun and afternoon shade. In fact, even in the hottest areas, the wishbone flower plant will bloom profusely
85% of plant life is found in the ocean Around 2000 different types of plants are used by humans to make food Torenia, a shade-loving annual, is called the wishbone flower Snapdragon flowers resemble a dragon, and if you squeeze the sides, the dragon's mouth will appear to open and close Roses are related to apples, raspberries, cherries, peaches, plums, nectarines, pears and almonds Foxglove is an old English name, derived from the belief that foxes slipped their feet into t