Devils Backbone Plant: Everything You Need to Know

Devils Backbone Plant

Introduction to the Devil’s Backbone plant The Devil’s Backbone plant is a member of the Euphorbiaceae family and is native to Madagascar and other regions of Africa. It is characterized by its thick, fleshy stems that resemble zig-zag patterns, giving it the nickname “Jacob’s ladder” or “Redbird cactus.” This plant can grow up to three … Read more

Red Creeping Thyme: A Low-Maintenance Solution for Groundcover

Red Creeping Thyme

Introduction to Red Creeping Thyme Red creeping thyme, also known as Thymus praecox ‘Coccineus’, is a low-growing perennial herb that is commonly used as ground cover in gardens and landscapes. This vibrant plant features tiny, fragrant red flowers that bloom in the summer and attract pollinators such as bees and butterflies. Red creeping thyme is … Read more