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Blue Flowers for your summer garden

Best Blue flowers, a cool theme for your summer garden, add a cool effect to your landscape. There are many blue flowers but choose the actual blue flowers and we are telling you 8 better options for your convenience.

Blue flowers have different attractions in the garden. In the spring, along with yellow flowers, cool realization in summer and splendid color combination are the attractions of your garden. Today you will add the blue flowers in your summer garden, there are so many blue flowers which are growing, make some flower beds, some grow in trees and vine and some clumps.

Some elegant flowers like delphiniums and lupins, Salvia and Hydrangeas, Morning Glory, Clematis, Clitoria ternatea etc.  There is a lot of flower list to plant in summer, autumn, winter, and spring, however, the flower season may overlap but you choose the flowers you like to see and your garden knows their growing needs and create bluegarden. Nature Bring is telling you about such a few Blue flowers here.

Blue daze evergreen blue flowers

Blue Daze (EvolvulusGlomeratus) is the evergreen growing plants member of the morning glory family. Its blue-colored flowers and Olive Green Leaves are perfectly suitable for borders or containers and they bloom in the summers for a long time, its blue flowers bloom in the morning and die in the evening. Blue daze plants require less supervision. They are native to Brazil and Paraguay, which grow very well in USDA zones 8-11. These plants prefer the presence of the full sun, and yet they tolerate the shade of the afternoon, but in very shady places flowers are reduced. Plants are suitable for borders, hanging baskets and containers. Well-drained, moisture, the soil is good for blue daze. Planting it in wet soil leads to fungal disease and eventually dies of the plant. See for more info

Blue Hydrangea

The Hydrangea is native to southern and eastern Asia and the United States, Hydrangea is a genus of 70–75 species of flowering plants native to southern and eastern Asia and the Americas. By far the greatest species diversity is in eastern Asia, notably China, Japan, and Korea. There are many types of hydrangeas flowers, mostly grown in full sunlight and some are particle shadows. Use fertilizer before planting, which will affect both plant health and blossom. Hydrangea flowers are very attractive and suitable for your garden. By increasing the acidity of clay you can get Sky Blue hydrangeas from bigleaf hydrangeas.  Hydrangeas can be shy bloomers if you want to increase the flowers, then after flowering, do pruning, and look for a species that gives you endless Blue flowers in summer. Read more.

Morning Glory

These are annual flowering vines, which grow very fast. These are the same sweet Potato ’s botanical family, but they do not produce tubers. Morning Glorious is the annual climber, its stems are thin, the flowers of Morning Glorious are shaped like a trumpet,  which blooms in red, pink, white, magenta and blue flowers. In warmer areas, people put it in arch or pergola, or to cover the ground.  Its flowers slightly fragrance, butterflies, and hummingbirds are attracted to these flowers. These creepers are sticking to the trees. Its heart-shaped leaves are bright green and buds are hard and unfolded in the morning, which blooms when found in the sunshine. Morning Glorious Vines length in 5 to 15 feet and this self-seed can also be easily done. It’s blooming begins early summer to the first frostRead more.


There is a large group of Salvias, it contains annual, biennial, and perennial shrubs, more than 9 00 species of it are found. Its other common name is safe. This attracts the charm of your garden borders in Midsummer. Most gardeners grow Salvia to the charm of your garden due to the brilliant red spiky blooms in summer and autumn. Famous Salvia is the culinary herb sage, with the bright brown-green leaves. Well, known salvias, such as S. Leucantha, the warm and arid climate is residents of California and the Mediterranean region and flourish very well in low water gardens. Read more.

A cool theme for your summer garden Clematis 

Clematis is a genus of about 300 species within the buttercup family Ranunculaceae. Their garden hybrids have been popular among gardens beginning with clematis. They are mainly of Chinese and Japanese origin. Most species are known as clematis in English while some are also known as traveler’s joy.

This popular vine is a beautiful flowering vine, its range of flower colors is very large, with purple, blue, pink, white, red, and bi-color. It likes bright sun. It tastes bitter. When pets ingest it, they vomit and may also suffer from diarrhea. It contains irritating glycosides content. At least 6 hours of sunlight is necessary for it to bloom. A 2-inch layer of mulch can be incorporated to keep the roots cool and moist. Its species are smaller with a height of 2 to 5 feet. For larger types, its Arbors variety can be grown. Its height is between 8 and 12 feet. Further reading.

Clitoria ternatea (Butterfly pea)

It is also known as Butterfly Pea and Aparajita. Clitoria ternatea consists of a fast growing climber. Its common tender species are perennial, which produces 2-inch long flowers, and its vine can go up to 9 feet in height. Its blue, white and pink flowers enhance the beauty of the garden in summer. This is a herbaceous plant, which is used in swelling and pain; its flowers are a favorite food for butterflies. Aparajitais hardy for USDA zone 10-11, but these are fast growers so that they are often grown annually in cold areas.

Love in a Mist Plant (Nigella)

Nigella plant is known to be loved in a mist plant. It is believed that in the obscenity it is easy to take care of love and in such a way it is interestingly blooming. This is an unusual annual garden flower plant, which is related to Buttercup family Ranunculus. In fact, it is native to Southern Europe, North Africa, and Southwestern Asia. It is found in the neglected damp patch of land. Its delicate green leaves look like asparagus, these flowers bloom from spring to early summer and disappear in the hot summer. Love in a Mist, or Nigella, comes in soft colors of white, blue and pink. These are popular plants of large bed plants and hanging baskets.  Read more.

Cornflower (Classic Fantastic) best blue flower

Cornflower “Classic Fantastic” is a wonderful mix of light blue colors to dark blue colors.
Its flowers are often in two blue colors and there are dark petals in the center, this the best option to cool touch your bluegarden. The proper time for planting from late summer to late winter, when you  sow them directly in the ground. Cornflower plants prefer full sun or choose a place where the sun lasts for a long time. For this, well-drained soil which is well fertilized is good. Read.

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Propagate plants

The propagate plant is a process of creating new plants from different sources, in which plants grow by seeds, softwood cutting, hardwood cutting and other plant parts. The best time for cutting is late spring or early summer. Cuttings made at other times are often rooted, this may take longer, though there are many exceptions to this.

Spring is best for plant growth. If your garden has vines or shrubs like clematis, lilacs, roses, gardenia, and hydrangea, then spring is the best time to develop new plants through softwood cutting. Softwood cuttings of these plants can be easily developed. In a short time, the plants will be ready for fall gardening. We have prepared thousands of plants from softwood cuttings. This propagate are used for deciduous plants.

Choice of plants for propagation

Many bushes, climbers, perennials and many other houseplants are propagating just like this. In it, you choose any gentle shoots or new growth of any plant or shrub, which is rooted very easily. This is the simplest technique between spring and summer. In this method, any stem cutting is considered credible, in which young shoots propagate roots much easier than big shoots. Nature Bring will discuss here gentle shoots or selection of plants for new development.

Some suitable plants for propagate

A lot of plants can be easily developed by softwood cutting, we are talking about the plants which are very popular here. These mainly include hydrangea, lavender, clematis, lilacs, roses, gardenias, rosemary 

Fuchsia, lavatera, petunia and many other shrubs and vines.

Apart from this, tender perennials such as Salvia, pelargoniums, marguerites, and osteospermum are prominent. This method can be easily developed by many houseplants, including coleus, wandering jew plant, Purple Heart. Some deciduous magnolia and maple can also be propagated. Softwood cuttings have the highest routing possibilities, which gives you a good chance to develop that species.

* It is best to take softwood cutting in late spring while hardwood cutting when the plant is in dormant condition when fall or winter. Read more.

Propagation softwood  cutting

The best time to develop softwood cutting is Spring and Early Summer. If it is potted in the middle center, then it develops enough roots in the winter, otherwise, it is potted in the spring.

How to take Nodal softwood cuttings?
  • If you cut new and young growth, then it encourages the development of the old plant more.
  • Take a healthy side shoot of any plant. Store healthy cutting in a polythene, spray some water to keep moisture.
  • Take whatever cuts you collect to a quiet shady place.
  • Keep the cutting length at least 5-10 centimeters.
  • Exclude a pair of leaves and Remove all the leaves below from the stem.
  • You do not necessarily immerse all the cuttings in the rooting hormone, but if the end of the stem is immersed in the hormones then the roots grow even faster.
  • Tree leaves and stems dry out very quickly, so after planting, place it in a warm place inside.
  • Keep high humidity inside, but keep the condensation low. Arrange high light. Protect it from direct sunlight. Read more
Preparing nodal softwood cuttings
  • Most softwood cuttings are nodal, i.e. cut at the bottom just below the leaf joint or node, where there is a concentration of hormones to stimulate root production.
  • Using a sharp knife trim below a node to make a cutting about 5-10cm (2-4in) long
  • Remove the lower leaves, pinch out the soft tip and dip the base of the cutting in hormone rooting powder or liquid
  • Make a hole for the cutting in a container of cuttings compost using a dibber (a clean blunt stick) and insert the base of the cutting with the first pair of leaves just above the level of the compost
  • Label the pot and water it from above to settle the compost
  • Place the pot in a closed propagator case with bottom heat of 18-24C (64-75F). Covering with a plastic bag and placing somewhere warm will suffice if no other equipment is available, but remove the bag to ventilate the cutting at least twice a week for 10 minutes. Commercial nurseries use mist units to provide constant humidity
  • Cuttings should be placed in good light but not direct, scorching sunlight. Covering with fleece will help diffuse bright sunlight
  • Ensure the compost is moist until the cuttings are well-rooted which takes about six to 10 weeks
  • Once rooted, harden off the cuttings for about two weeks and pot them on individually. Covering with fleece or gradually increasing the ventilation of plastic bags or propagators will allow the soft leaves to develop a robust water-proof cuticle so that they can survive in lower humidity environments.
  • Some hard to root plants such as Rhododendron respond well to wounding, removing a thin slice of bark near the base of the stem and then dipping the wound in hormone rooting compound. Others, such as Acer palmatum, Cotinus, Lonicera, Jasminum, and Sambucus, can be removed from the parent plant with a heel, pulling off the stem with a ‘tail’ of bark from the previous season’s growth. The heel is then dipped in the hormone rooting compound.
After Propagate Softwood cutting
  • However, it takes a few years for the softwood graft to take the form of a full tree.
  • Softwood cuttings root comes out in about 2 to 5 weeks. They are well established in 6 to 10 weeks. By digging slowly from the edge you can check the roots. You can also see the top rise in the stem.
  • In this situation, you can transplant the cuttings in the second container. And allow the plant to mature.
  • After the fall, planting is the most suitable time. At this time you can easily develop cuttings in grounds in containers or in greenhouses. In the garage or greenhouse, you can grow in the winter.
Softwood cuttings propagation care
  • To propagate softwood cutting, you should choose a small container, the container at least 4-5 inches deep, the container should have a drainage hole in the surface so that the water in the container is not stored. In this you can use as a growing medium with Pete Moss, sand and perlite etc. See more.
  • The most appropriate time to take the cuttings is in the early morning, at this time there is moisture in the atmosphere. It would be better if you need to cut it when you need it.
  • Always use Sharpe and Clean Knife to take the cuttings. Choose always healthy shoots from the non-flowering stem. Cut the shoots from a 45-degree angle, under the node.
  • Before applying the cuttings, except one of the above couple leaves of the cuttings remove all the below leaves.
  • If you have to plant some more cutting, leave it in a few inches.
  • Give the water generously and press the growing medium slowly, so that the cutting is set.
  • Remove any dead, rotting, dying or diseased stems at least weekly. Read more

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Living wall, Vertical Garden

Treasures of vertical gardens came due to lack of space, but nowadays it is also the focal point of a visible garden, it experiences a living wall. When you build vibrant valleys in your garden, then you study all the aspects of the construction of the beautiful garden. Because the result you want afterward should be absolutely perfect. The choice of growing plants on the walls is also important, For this, it is also important to know the status of the environment and the water along with the plant species. Nature Bring is giving you information on choosing suitable plants for living wall.

1. Pothos (Epipremnum sp.)

Pothos plant has a multitude of common names including golden pothos, ivy arum, money plant, silver vine and hunter’s robe it has heart-shaped leaves. It’s a hardy plant that can survive in poor light and colder temps and is great for offices, vertical garden and homes.  In temperate regions, it is a popular houseplant with numerous cultivars selected for leaves with white, yellow, or light green variegation. Pothos is a magnificent vining plant, which is easy to take care of. It specializes in easy climbing or hanging, and can easily go up to 20 feet in length. It requires periodic trimming.

2. Nephrolepis exaltata (Sword fern)

This is a nice houseplant, also known as ‘sword fern’. This plant is also very easy from the perspective of maintenance, people like it because of the health and beauty of this plant. Nephrolepis exaltata likes a humid atmosphere, so if you have an outdoor moisture area, then this is a good choice. It is a good plant to plant in the garden which keeps the temperature moderate and controlled. It is easy to grow and is ideal for applying in a vertical garden. These are more common in tropical areas and moist areas.

3. Stephanotis floribunda (Wedding vine)

Stephanotis floribunda, also known as wedding vine, is a highly aromatic and self-climbing vine. It is tolerant of wet and dry conditions. It can be up to 20 feet long and its white tuber flowers attract people. If you want to develop it for the vertical garden then this is a good choice. In the summer months, its flowers come in clusters. They grow very well in open sun, but they tolerate shadow. Read more.

4.  Lipstick plant best vertical garden plant

This plant is famous as a lipstick plant. It is one of the best plants in the vertical garden because it is an excellent plant for indoor and outdoor gardening. It likes the hot and humid atmosphere with moist soil. Its specialty is that it flourishes well-drained conditions and poor light. Red-red flowers with green and shiny leaves look very attractive. The vertical garden gives a new dimension to your home and makes it better. The leaves of lipstick plants are bright and dark green. In midsummer, its flowers bloom with clumps. It is tropical epiphytic vines, which are native to Indonesia. Apart from the vertical garden, there are also suitable plants for hanging baskets.  Read more.

 5. Dracaena sense of living wall

Dracaena is a very beautiful looking plant. Its yellow-green leaves create bright contrast effects against the wall structure and give a sense of living wall. It is a tropical plant that is easily recognizable due to its attractive leaves. These plants are easy to develop in both high and low light and can absorb unhygienic forms such as formaldehyde, toluene, and xylene. Dracaena is a popular decorative home plant. These are very slow growing plants, its leaves are yellow-red-green for straps. The care of Dracaena is easy and it is not affected by almost any kind of insects. It survives sunlight very well and tolerates shadow.

6. Spathiphyllum wallisii (Peace lilies)

Peace lilies are a genus of about 40 species of monocotyledonous flowering plants in the family Araceae. This is an ideal plant to have in your home. Peace Lily is a very common houseplant because they are easy to grow. If you love flowers, and you do not want to buy such a bouquet, whose flowers die in a few days. Peace Lilies produce white flowers in the early summer and continue to bloom throughout the year. Peace lily thrives indoors in temperatures below 55 degrees F and removes harmful toxins like acetone, ammonia, benzene, ethyl acetate, formaldehyde, methyl alcohol, trichloroethylene, and xylene. They thrive in low light and moisture, so they are considered suitable for the vertical garden.  Read more.

7. Croton popular plants for vertical garden

Codiaeum variegatum pictum is also known as Croton and popular for a vertical garden. It is a great tree, whose leaves are colored. Croton is the genus of flowering plant from the spurge family Euphorbiaceae. Plants of this genus were described for European Georg Eberhard  Rumphius. Croton perennial plants that are 3 to 3.5 feet long.

Most of these plants house plants which are grown at home or in a greenhouse.  Croton comes in different sizes and colors of the leaves of the plant, its leaves are thick and glossy and come in several sizes as small, long, thin, thick and twist. It also comes in many colors as Red, yellow, green, purple, orange and mixed of Croton. It is popular in tropical and sub-tropical climate as an ornamental plant. Croton is easy to maintain. The plant can be grown indoors and outdoors, but prepare an excellent living wall.  Read more.


8. Philodendron (Philodendron sp.)

It is a decorative houseplant, which is quite popular. Most Philodendron is native to tropical America, so they grow very well in tropical areas. They like medium light, that’s why they prefer less light. In low light, its leaves are bright and healthy, whereas direct light burns it and the growth of the plant is affected. These normally prefer moist but perfectly well-drained soil. Stem cutting, or air-layering, or offset can be propagated.

9. Hoya carnosa (Wax flower)

It is popularly known as Wax Flower. There is a good choice for a small space gardening. It grows very easily in the direction of the wall, so this plant is used in vertical gardening. Scottish botanist Robert Brown introduced it to Asian countries. Hoya flowers are shaped like balls and bloom in flakes. Each flake has 40 individual flowers. The leaves of this plant are woody waxy and evergreen. As a vine, you can increase the Hoya Plant in a fixed direction.

1o. Succulent

It is a lively plant that always survives. Plant Leaves out of the cracks of rocks and stays alive, so it is used in vertical gardening. You can see the little furry and beautiful juicy succulent; it is very elegant and starts growing easily with a little care. You can increase it once and forget it and keep it easily in the garden. Succulent likes full sun. So you can also apply it in the South Facing Window. Succulent is colder tolerant, in the desert, where there is often a specific contrast between night and day succulents thrive. It grows at temperatures less than 40 degrees F. Read more.

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