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Fiddle Leaf Fig, Knock Out Rose and the Hydrangea

Today I’m sharing three of my favorite plants!

Easy to grown and beautiful to decorate with!

Great Plants - easy to grow Fiddle leaf fig, knockout rose and hydrangea

Knock Out Rose

Knockout rose, easy to grow!  You can have cuttings everyday!

Super easy to grow - knockout rose

Knock Out Rose

Hardiness: Zones 4 – 9

Exposure: Full sun

Size: Height 4 feet tall, 3 feet wide

Bloom Time: Spring to frost.

Care: Use drip or soaker hose irrigation.

The knock out rose has been one of the easiest and most beautiful plants that I’ve grown.  Once its starts blooming in the spring, I can have fresh cut roses everyday.

Endless Summer Hydrangea

Easy to grow Endless Summer Hydrangea

endless summer hydrangeaEndless Summer Hydrangea

Hardiness: Zones 4 – 9

Exposure: Filtered sun

Size: Height 3-5 feet tall, 3-5 feet wide

Bloom Time: Spring to frost.

Care: Water weekly or more in extreme heat

These hydrangeas have a long bloom season and they are super easy to dry.  Once dried you can use them forever in your decor.  Find my easy to dry instructions here:  Drying Hydrangeas

Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree

Fiddle leaf fig tree -  beautiful plant

The first time I saw the Fiddle Leaf Fig tree I knew I had to have one.

It took me a while and I finally found three at a local grocery store.  I gave one to my mom.Awesome Fiddle leaf fig tree

Fiddle leaf Fig tree -  great house plant

At one point I thought my plants were dying.

I sat them outside for while, this was during the summer and that either shocked them or revived them.

What I found was that I was watering them too much and the leaves started to have brown spots on them.

These days I water them only when the soil has dried out.

I’ve had them for 3 years and I love them more and more every day 🙂

These are 3 plants that I highly recommend! 

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  1. Thanks for sharing your picks with us. I also grow hydrangea’s and knock out roses. I’m too old and can’t get around like I use to so these 2 low maintenance plants are great for me to tend to and produce flowers all summer and fall. Only problem I have is that nasty fungus on my hydrangea leaves. Other than that they grow beautifully.

  2. Does anyone know of a website I can order one from?

  3. Ok I am getting a fig tree plant. I am seeing them everywhere and I love how they look. The planters are super cute that you have yours in.

  4. I love dydrangea and your’s are pretty and really big, have tried them in my yard but everytime I try they die, late in the season last year I got a cutting from a friend and rooted and I’m going to plant in a large pot and see what happens, if it survies maybe I’ll transfer to yard.

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