Climate changes affect almost everyone in the world. Water shortages are common and in some regions, your water usage may even be restricted. It’s becoming more difficult to have that lush tropical garden in drought areas. There are many excellent and comprehensive plant guides which include most plants, but which may not readily survive in your garden. Maybe it’s time to rethink your garden plans, with an eye to beautiful beds filled with native plants. Regional native plant guides are limited to flowers, grasses and other ornamentals and wildflowers which are adapted to your garden’s environment and seasonal changes.
Here are the brightest and prettiest flowers on the face of the planet.
Because they have no bright shades to attract bees and other insects, white flowers on the whole tend to have delicious smells. They stand resplendent in your garden in the Spring and Summer, livening up your surroundings especially in the late evenings and way into the warm nights. How wonderful it is to go outside and be greeted every morning with the fresh, heavenly smell of white flowers blooming.
Everybody loves flowers because they are pretty, add color and interest to your yard and they smell good, however some of these flowers are actually edible and completely safe to eat. Not all flowers are edible; some can be poisonous so make sure you know what you are doing when eating flowers.