Friday, February 17, 2012


These flowers have a large seeds and are easy to grow. They bloom with orange, yellow and red flowers. They prefer sunny, dry locations and do well in poor soil. Nasturtiums are also pest resistant, which ensures a successful planting. Both their leaves and flowers are edible and can be used in fresh garden salads.


Cosmos are easy to grow. They do well in dry weather. Flowering is best in full sun, although partial shade is tolerated. Flowers are white, pink, magenta red, and are especially attractive to butterflies.

Decorative Pumpkin

An original, easy growing plant. Grow fast and have a big, yellow flowers. Pumpkin prefer full sun, but partial shade is tolerated. Loves fertilizing and watering during the growing season. Fruits of decorative pumpkin are usually not bigger than 10-15 cm, but their shape, texture and color can vary a lot.
An amazing plant for a child's garden.

Thursday, February 16, 2012

"Plant Me"

"Plant me.“ My new collection of greeting cards!

Each cards has different flowers in handmade decorative pots, and a little package of seeds inside. At the moment there are three different plants: decorative pumpkin, cosmos and nasturtium, but in the future I will make more.

It is a very cute and memorable gift for your friends, loved ones, any nice people you want to thank, or even for a young gardener who is curious about growing their own flowers from seeds.

These cards will keep your kind and warm words for a long time, and will make beautiful memories for both of you. And they are a nice decoration on the shelf too. The little surprise that grows, blooms, and gives fruits will make this gift even better as time goes on.

Another surprise is hiding in the seeds. In order to find out the exact color of the flowers, or the exact shape of the fruits, you have to plant the seeds and wait until your plant will tell you the secret.

These three plants are easy to grow. Even beginners and the youngest gardening friends will be able to successfully grow them, and see the result of their work in the first year.

More pictures  and short descriptions of each cards and plants will come soon!

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Flowers for the cards

These paintings were done for my new project, for the new collection of greeting cards "Plant Me". More information and more pictures of this project will come very soon!