A species of flowering plant called Euphorbia trigona, sometimes known as the African milk tree, cathedral cactus, or Abyssinian euphorbia, is native to Central Africa.
The typical P. australis seen in Eurasia is an aquatic or sub-aquatic, erect perennial grass that can grow up to 4 meters tall, is heavily tufted, and has an extensive rhizome system.
Coneflower is a genus of herbaceous flowering plants in the daisy family, also commonly known as Echinacea. This plant is mostly found in eastern and central North America.
Purple flowers are more attractive. Here is information about purple flowers of different plants. A judicious use of colors is essential to make the garden attractive and stylish, with purple flowers being the most popular.
Common ivy, English ivy, European ivy, or plain ivy are all names for Hedera helix, a native plant that flowers in the Araliaceae genus.