Ornamental plants are types of plants grown for decorative purposes. Ornamental plants are used in gardens and landscape design, as houseplants, and as cut flowers for florists. The cultivation of ornamental plants is called floriculture, and forms a major branch of horticulture.
Ornamental plants are used in gardens and for landscape design, as houseplants, and as cut flowers in floristry.
Backyard landscaping for ornamental gardens. Growing and cultivating plants and flowers as a hobby, for recreation, and to decorate a home with the beauty of nature.
Indoor plants and flowers for the home and or the office. Houseplants for decorative and health purposes.
Fresh Cut Flowers
Cut Flowers from flowering plants for florist arrangements and supermarket bouquets.
Plants, trees, shrubs, grasses, and vines for landscape design and public gardens.
What are Ornamental Plants?
Ornamental plants are grown for their aesthetic features including: flowers, leaves, scent, overall foliage texture, fruits, stem and bark, and overall aesthetic shape. Sometimes unusual features are what make the plant ornamental. Their purpose is for the enjoyment of gardeners, visitors, public places, and as gift giving for special occasions.