Plants You Will Regret Having Grown
1. Bradford Pear
Many gardens include Bradford pear trees due to their quick growth and plentiful blossoms.
Despite their beauty, these trees have fragile branches and foul-smelling blossoms.
This short-lived perennial, known as amaranthus, is beautiful yet pollenous.
This plant will make gardening unpleasant for seasonal allergy sufferers.
This beautiful flowered plant is deadly nightshade.
Since its luscious berries may attract children and dogs, belladonna is unsafe to cultivate in a home garden.
This hardy perennial succulent is simple to maintain and an ideal plant for novice gardeners.
Large and aesthetically pleasing, euphorbia is an invasive species whose sap is toxic to humans
The wisteria plant is a beautiful climbing vine that grows like a tree, and its purple blossoms that resemble waterfalls are highly appealing to cultivators.
Not only does it require constant pruning, but it is also an invasive, long-lived species.