If you love the classic spring tulip flower, you’ll be sure to love the tulip tree for its grande stature, fanciful bloom, and brightly colored leaves.
Purple coneflowers, black-eyed Susans, and Michaelmas daisies are colourful members of the Aster family. Each flower is associated with some interesting facts.
Azaleas are a great addition to any garden. These bright-colored blooms and easy-to-care for shrub can serve as a focal point or as a background to other additions in your garden.
Bougainvillea vines are rapid growers and climbers, and prolific bloomers, but watch out, because they will grow into the soffit and gutters of your home.
Carnations are known as a traditional flower, often used in Victorian decorating or as a gift on Mother's Day. Learning to grow carnations from seed or cutting and maintaining it is simple.
Wild primulas and primroses have been cultivated and hybridized to make a huge collection of attractive plants. The flowers have a wonderful range of colours.
What bulbs bloom first in spring? Find the best, early blooming spring bulbs to pack a punch of color in the garden as the snow begins to melt.
Flowering impatiens grow in a variety of bright and pastel hues; they are a great choice for Ohio’s shaded or partially sunlit yards, gardens and landscapes.
If you want to add a splash of color and fragrance to your garden while attracting beneficial insects like bees and butterflies, consider planting lavender.
Sunflowers produce large, bright flower heads that tower above other flowers. Growing sunflowers is easy and rewarding, especially to those who enjoy the blooms and eating the seeds. Proper soil preparation, watering, sunlight, and fertilization will produce beautiful blooms almost effortlessly.
Pussy willows are a native plant that is important for wildlife. They are easy to grow, and the branches can be preserved for use in arrangements.
If you are keen to grow frangipani (plumeria) from seeds, this article will show you how with easy to follow instructions and photos
As the name implies, the Easter Cactus typically blooms around the Easter season. Although traditional cacti have rigid spines, an Easter Cactus bears softer pointed nodes.
Your favorite Easter bloom may not be a real flower after all! The colorful bloom of the calla lily isn’t really a flower; it is actually a modified leaf called a spathe.
No cottage or country garden would be complete without showy stalks of hollyhock (A. rosea.) From germination to storing seeds, this guide makes growing these old-fashioned favorites a little easier.