A healthy Gardenia plant has creamy white blossoms and dark green leaves. Their sweet fragrance, similar to that of jasmine is simply intoxicating. Gardenia plant care, unfortunately, is not, however, that simple. Proper plant care for the gardenia is essential to keeping them a healthy and thriving plant. I’ve received Gardenia plants as special gifts through the years and have developed some know how, (through trial and error) on how to properly care for the Gardenia plant. I can now enjoy my Gardenia plants even during the cold winter months. I’d be happy to share with you, through my love of gardenias, some gardening tips on how to properly care for your gardenias and ways to incorporate gardenias into your life. You can get the ultimate enjoyment from a gardenia’s fragrant flowers all year long with proper gardenia plant care, read on to learn more about this special shrub. Gardenias, Gardenia Topiary, or Gardenia Floor Plant are ideal gifts for moms, grandmothers, co-workers, friends and are perfect flowers for a special occasion.
In addition, known as Common Gardenia, Gardenia Augusta, Gardenia Florida, and Cape jasmine, Gardenia Jasminoides are extremely fragrant, white or ivory colored, waxy textured and make good cut flowers. These can be planted in pots as well. Possibly, they have originated from China. The leaves are glossy and of dark green color. The name Gardenia is named in honor of the American naturalist Alexander Garden. Famous for sweet, edible and charming, sweet fragrance, Honeysuckles spread freshness in the air. This strongly scented flower is distributed in various parts of the globe in distinct varieties. Honeysuckles have medicinal uses, especially in homeopathy. The European Honeysuckles that are creamy whitish in color dominate mainly in Europe. They bear red fruits. Continued in Romancing The Flowers Part Four.
All of us would like to have the feelings of love nurtured in our home. You need not be dating to wish for the presence of love and happiness in your environment. It will be great to still experience the romantic feelings with the person you have been living with for the past 20 years. Aromatherapy is a wonderful way for you to achieve this with the scents that you love. Jasmine, Gardenia, Rose, and Geranium are all associated with romance and love. If you would like to encourage the presence of love, think about using these oils in your Aromatherapy practices. Consider burning some rose candles in your home. Choose aromatherapy candles that are made out of Soy wax. These candles are all-naturaland will leave no soot behind or have any pollution type materials in them. If you are taking a bubble bath, or just feeling romantic, the scent of roses in bloom makes you feel as if you are in beautiful garden. Gardenia is another exotic and romantic scent. The flower is known for its incredibly fragrant aroma. Gardenia oil may be diluted for use on skin or in your bath.