Flowers of May

  Pearl Flower (Muge), whose species name is Convallaria Majalis, is a plant native to the climatic regions of Europe and Asia. The word Majalis means specific to the month of May, and the flower buds burst in this month. These flowers resemble small and white bells in appearance, but rarely, they bloom in other colors. In autumn, the flowers turn into red berry fruits. It is popularly used in bridal arrangements and perfumes with its pleasant scent. The color that May evokes is white, and it contains the meanings of sweetness, purity and reaching happiness again. Lilac Flower is also known as May Day Flower in France and is sold as a special day. According to a story told by an old woman, the scent of the flower enabled the nightingale to use its charms. According to a legend, St. Saint Leonard is fighting a giant dragon. After a long struggle, he was finally able to defeat the dragon, but he suffered a lot of wounds, and where the blood spilled from his wounds, the Lily of the va

Flowers of April

  Types of Houseplants: Houseplants, also known as indoor plants, fall into four categories: Leafy Plants: These species, also known as green plants; It requires not direct but indirect light, moist but not wet soil and a temperature between 18-26.5 °C. Flowering Plants: These species, also known as blooming plants, usually arrive at the customer in bloom and mature. Most flowering plants are not suitable for permanent indoor living and must be taken outside after flowering. Cacti: They are very durable plants that are suitable for growing on a sunny windowsill, require very porous and well-drained soil, and need occasional watering. Cacti do not have leaves. Succulent plants: They are similar to cacti in that they can hold water in their stems and leaves. succulent plants; They require very porous and well-drained soil, lots of sun, good air circulation and lots of water. These types of plants need to be kept in a stable place in a cool and dry environment during the winter.