If you have a healthy geranium plant, there's no need to ever buy another. Simply follow these easy steps to grow new geraniums from the cuttings of your original plant.
The Blue Orchid (Blue Mystique) is not painted, and it is not hybridized. It is blue because of a patented process that infuses white orchids with a special medium.
Azaleas are a great addition to any garden. The bright-colored blooms on this easy-to-care-for shrub can serve as a focal point or as a background to other additions in your garden.
If you only have room for one heirloom rose, plant the Seven Sisters Rose and you won't have to settle for just one color!
If you are keen to grow frangipani (plumeria) from seeds, this article will show you how with easy to follow instructions and photos.
Beloved by both adults and children, snapdragons are a great addition to a spring garden or a cutting garden.
Learn everything you need to know to grow Asiatic lilies. They are some of the most beautiful flowers available.
Hoya plants come from the milkweed family. Learn more about this plant and how to care for and propagate it.
Learn how to grow hydrangeas, how to plant and care for them. Learn how to change the colors of your hydrangea and what fertilizers to use.
Here is one simple practice to follow to keep your Stella de Oro daylilies and other re-blooming daylilies flowering continuously throughout the growing season.
Penstemon are hardy native plants that come in different sizes and flower colors making them a versatile plant for your garden.
This article has tips on how to successfully grow and propagate this showy shrub that often reminds people of their wedding day.
Many people have wondered what the difference is between Spanish bluebells and English bluebells, especially considering the fact that one is a protected species and one is not. This article examines and analyzes the two flowers.
Originally from the forests of Brazil, Gloxinias, or florist gloxinias (Sinningia speciosa), are extremely popular summer flowering house plants. This article describes its history, care requirements, and needs. The illustrations show how and when to divide tubers, grow from seed and re-pot.
Amaryllis flowers are available as singles and double. They come in reds, pinks, salmon, near-orange, creamy yellow, and white, all with some outrageously beautiful designs. With minimal care, they will come back year after year. This article shows you how to plant them properly outdoors.
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.
Working on a project? Looking for a beautiful and distinctive baby name? This alphabetical list of flower names will make it easy to search for names you know (to check spelling) or to find new ones.
If you need a tall, spiked plant to fill a spot in your garden and create a vertical look, look no further than foxgloves. Their graceful, yet drooping flowers bloom in early summer in many different colors.
If you like the idea of a leafy, small-flowering plant, but still want vibrant colors consider adding the Croton plant to your garden or inside your home.
Blackberry lilies can be a plus in your garden each year, especially if you need to have some taller flowers, as they will grow up to four feet tall. The six-petaled orange flowers have red spots and when they are finished blooming, shiny black seed pods appear that resemble blackberries.
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.
A guide to fragrant, sweet-smelling flowers. From lilacs to freesias, these flowers are a treat for the nose.
Hibiscus are gorgeous flowering plants that offer a tropical look to a garden. While there are many kinds of hibiscus, three basic types are available to add an exotic touch to your landscape.
The California lilac is easy to recognize with its explosion of lilac-blue flowers, although it is not a true lilac (the genus of which is syringa). It is native to North America but found in other countries, such as the United Kingdom and Mexico.
Learn how to save money by taking root cuttings from existing lilac bushes and creating new bushes in your landscape.
This article includes pictures and videos showing varieties of iris plants and how to grow them. Read about our experiences, plus other information you may wish to know about this flowering perennial.
Crown Imperials, also known as Fritillaria imperialis, is a wonderful plant to grow as it forms a showy centerpiece in any garden.
Whatever the colors of the blooms are—white, yellow, pink, red or blue—I'd say their shape would be the first thing that people notice about them. Now let's see all those flowers with bell-shaped forms!
Looking for a spring bloomer that is evergreen and deer resistant? Hellebores, also known as Lenten Rose, might be just what you need.
This article will provide tips and ideas on how to successfully plant and grow naked lady lilies (Amaryllis belladonna).
The hyacinth is an unusual flower because of its cluster of flowers and fresh scent. It is most successfully grown in USDA hardiness zones 4 through 8.
Not sure what to do with those dead-looking mums in the spring? Once winter's over, you have two choices: Try to revive them for next fall or throw them out. Here's some advice to help you decide.
Learn about how to plant and care for rose bushes. Where should a rose bush be planted? What soil is best for growing healthy roses? And how much water and plant food does a rose bush need?
Don't let gardening in the shade be daunting. Try planting some of these annuals that thrive in the shade.
Detailed instructions on how to "clone" your favorite geranium plant from a cutting. It's easy to do, and each new plant has the same characteristics of the first so there will be no surprises!
Learn how to grow and care for an interesting addition to your garden or home, the fuchsia plant. Enjoy the beauty this romantic, perennial plant offers by following these growing tips.
An instructional article on how, when, and where to plant colorful dahlias, which are hardy in United States Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 7 through 10.
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.
Tiger lilies are distinct from other lilies because of their bright color and speckled spots. If you are looking for a low-maintenance flower with a big impact, consider adding the tiger lily to your home garden.
You may have smelled the glorious night-blooming jasmine while on vacation in warmer climes but not realised where the scent was coming from. Learn about the plant and how it likes to grow.
Your garden can bloom from early spring until late fall if you plant a variety of flowers that bloom at different times. Select plants ahead of time for all season long flowers.
Hydrangeas are hardy shrubs that produce some wonderful clusters of flowers. This informative guide will show you how to easily grow this beautiful ornamental plant.
How to choose, plant and prune lilac bushes. Includes photo gallery of popular lilac bush varieties.
Love your Knockout roses and want to learn how to keep them blooming as long as possible? This guide will provide you with basic information about these roses, along with tips on how to care for them and help them keep blooming well into fall.
The Narcissus family contains flowers that are variously called daffodils, narcissus and even jonquils.
A climbing hydrangea is a lovely flowering plant. Add one of these vines to your yard to make it more beautiful and attractive. This plant will pay you back with years of beauty.
Pretty in a border, beautiful in a bouquet, purple coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) is a hardy, low-maintenance perennial that's easy to grow by division or from seed.
Learn how to plant and grow beautiful asters. Most varieties bloom in the late summer and fall when other flowers are finished for the season. The blooms come in many colors.
Learn how to plan and shape a perennial flower garden that has blooms all season. Choose the right colors of flowers, plant a theme garden, and more.
This is a guide to 10 of the easiest perennial plants to grow from seed. Perhaps you are looking at packets of perennial flower seeds and are wondering which ones are the best and the easiest to grow. Hopefully something here will be of help.
Do your roses have black spot? Nip it in the bud with these 6 easy strategies for growing healthy, black spot-free roses.
Euphorbia Trigona (African milk tree) is a unique succulent plant. Also known as the friendship plant. Learn how simple to care for and how it is propagated easily.
A cottage-style garden is not for everyone. Find out whether this charming style is for you, whether to modify it, or forego it altogether.
Bat flowers look exotic, but they are relatively easy to grow. Just mimic their native tropical forests, giving them heat, humidity and shade.
Growing and caring for an orchid is not that hard. If you follow these tips and tricks, you can surely be the proud owner of an amazing plant soon!
Learn about the beautiful and hardy Indian Hawthorn flowering shrub for mild climates. Photos & videos are included.
White flowers bring a sense of serenity and casual elegance to any garden. This article provides suggestions for plants with white flowers, along with lots of photos.
Valerian officinalis (common Valerian) is really easy to grow and care for once it has become established in your garden. Read here for some hints and tips to successfully grow sweetly scented, perennial Valerian plants.
Although grown as perennials in warmer regions, morning glories are usually grown as annuals. Growing them from seed is an easy, inexpensive way to have them in your yard. These prolific vines display trumpet-shaped flowers that bloom only once, then give way to other blooms the following day.
Roses are the new workhorses of the garden. Many gardeners are hesitant to add roses to their garden lineup for fear of blackspot or worse. They are the divas of the garden and demand a lot, but take a look at what is available now. It's a brave new world for rose lovers.
Want a beautiful garden or at least a beautiful bouquet. It's helpful to know what flowers flourish in what month to know how to enjoy beautiful flowers all year long.
Do you want beautiful, healthy black-eyed Susan to flourish the organic way? Try these garden management techniques that help prevent the rust, gray mold, and mildew that often plague Rudbeckia hirta.
Perennial plants for sun with summer flowers are the backbone of the garden. This is an illustrated guide to 22 great perennials that need little care, divide easily, and last for many years.
Take some time every few days to remove dead and dying flowers from your annuals. You will be rewarded with months of color.
Purple coneflowers, black-eyed Susans, and Michaelmas daisies are members of the Aster family. Each plant has beautiful flowers and is associated with some interesting facts.
Dahlias are not only a gardener's delight but also a photographer's. These amazing flowers are easy to grow and care for. This guide will provide you with some tips and tricks for growing these wonderful plants.
Learn all the information you will need to grow beautiful, hardy perennial geraniums. Included is a guide to choosing the right variety and zones for hardiness, how and where to plant, and how to deal with diseases and pests.
There are a variety of jasmine garden species (around 200) to choose from, and not all jasmine is scented. Some are chosen simply for their star-shaped, showy flowers and cascading branches. But if you are looking for the most fragrant of all jasmine species, try the common white jasmine.
Green leaves in the garden are so boring. Consider elevating the drama in your garden palette with punches of color such as bright pinks, purples, reds, yellows, and (of course) greens, with the coleus plant.
Teacup orchids and orchids in general are not as difficult as you think to grow. Learn some tips and ideas to grow and collect orchids for your home.
Hydrangeas are one of the quintessential flowers of the South; they evoke a sense of charm and hospitality. Fortunately, they can effectively bloom in a variety of climates and locales.
Petunias are a very hardy annual. They don't require a lot of attention, and they provide reliable and beautiful blooms.
Dolichos lablab or Lablab purpureus, commonly called hyacinth bean, is a fast-growing tropical vine with large leaves, purple flowers, and seed pods that are safe to eat in small amounts when immature.
Medinilla Magnifica was voted the favorite new flowering plant at the Tropical Plant Industry Exhibition in 2012. Its huge blossoms and vibrant colors will make your friends "pink" with envy.
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.
The Begonia plant is quite versatile. It is available in a variety of colors and sizes and can be grown indoors, outdoors in window boxes, in garden beds, or in hanging baskets. Varieties grown outdoors can grow between six inches to three feet tall.
Many plants grow in shade. If you know which plants are shade-loving, you can plant them in the right place so they are more likely to thrive. In this article, I will discuss ten of my favorite plants you can grow in the shade.
From fighting off pesky nematodes to decorating wedding ceremonies, French marigolds have many unique uses. No wonder these fascinating plants are loved the world over.
Wisteria is a magnificent vining plant that boasts beautiful cascades of lavender, pink, or white flowers each spring. Find out how to successfully grow and care for a wisteria vine.
Harvesting and saving hollyhock seeds is a fun project that's easy enough for beginners, and rewarding enough for seasoned gardeners.
Heliconias are the showcase of a tropical garden. They add colour and drama to the garden and supply masses of cut flowers for inside the home. They're also easy to grow for a maximum "wow" factor in return.
The Rose of Sharon (Hibiscus syriacus) is a popular flowering shrub that grows hardy in zones 5-9. There are over 200 species of flowers in the hibiscus genus and the Hibiscus syriacus is just one of those.
If you love a burst of color in an unexpected time of the year and are looking for a substantial plant that requires little to no maintenance, camellias may be the perfect solution for your garden.
Amur maple (Acer ginnala) is a small, deciduous shrub that can be grown as an ornamental tree, a hedge or a bonsai. They are quite versatile and easy to look after.
How to grow the Australian native Sarcochilus orchid. History and culture for these orchids with pictures of some Sarcochilus orchids.
If you want a fragrant, flourishing garden, these 14 flowers are the perfect addition to your space.
From hardy perennial pansies to pansy hybrids, there are so many "flavors" to choose from that growing pansies year round is a snap in Zones 2–10. Here's an overview of some of the best, including cold-tolerant beauties and heat-resistant heavy bloomers.
Lantana flowers are some of my very favorites to grow for a couple of reasons. They are bright and cheerful, but the butterflies also love them! Once established, they thrive in summer heat.
If you like bright pops of color in your yard or garden, consider planting the Gerbera daisy, a bloom famous for its distinctive circular shape and long stem.
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.
Solomon's Seal is a hardy perennial that can bring grace to your garden, especially the shaded areas where beautiful plants are often hard to find. With its beautiful foliage, graceful spread and exquisite flowers, this plant is a valuable addition to your garden.
The kalanchoe plant is beloved by florists and plant-lovers for its upright-growing, tight-clustered blooms. A fairly low-maintenance plant, the kalanchoe blooms in response to the amount of sunlight (or lack thereof), so you can force it to bloom almost any time of year.
Flower plants need good care so that they can grow properly and beautify a home or business premise. Learn how to take care of flower plants in your garden, vases, or pots with these important tips.
To make the most fragrant rose waters and potpourris, use the most fragrant roses. Modern roses often lack the sweet perfume of the old-fashioned roses traditionally used to make attar of roses.
Sedum 'Autumn Joy,' colloquially known as "Live Forever," is no garden diva. It isn't fussy. It isn't showy. It has character—and a subtle beauty every season of the year.
Morning glory vines are easy to grow. Their cheerful flowers greet the sun (and you) each morning and then close in the afternoon.
The edible Queen Anne's lace (wild carrot) should be properly identified to avoid confusion with the deadly hemlock plant. Knowing the differences between these two plants could literally save your life!
Snapdragons are a tender perennial plant that sometimes survive the winter, but more often reseed themselves. Find out why they pop up in different places each year, sometimes in different colors.
Roses are one of the most popular garden flowers and come in a wide variety of colors and species. Here's how to care for roses in your garden.
Perennial flowers may be expensive but are worth the investment. Perennials come back every year and the ones presented here are tough, easy to grow, and attractive choices for the new gardener.
This article outlines the 10 most fragrant flowers from around the world. Many exotic flowers not only add color and life to your garden, but they also emit a lovely scent.
Save on Easter Lilies! When Easter has passed, the potted flowers that many churches use to adorn the front are available to be taken home. They can be recycled for garden planting.
How do you prune crepe myrtle trees and when do you prune them? These are just two of the questions answered in this article about this ornamental tree—a Southern favorite.
Designing and building a beautiful flower garden can be very inexpensive if you use a bit of creativity. Plan a frugal yet attractive garden by following these simple tips.
Clematis is one of the hardiest, most disease-free plants around, and there are over 300 species from which to choose. So what's not to love about this noble plant, which produces the most colorful and climbing vines and aids in producing jaw-dropping container displays?
Phalaenopsis orchids (or moth orchids) are not as difficult as people believe they are. The trick is to understand how they want to grow and what they need for long-term survival.
Amaryllis flowers are a welcome sight during the winter with their large, showy blooms and vivid colors. Here are some tips for getting the bulbs to bloom for you.
Here is a complete guide of everything you need to know how and when to prune rose bushes, as well as brief overview of the pros and cons of most popular rose species.
Yellow Alyssum is but one name for this delightful plant, which is also known as Basket-of-Gold. Learn more about the plant, how to grow it, and why it's a good choice for gardeners seeking a worry-free perennial.
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.
Bring big blooms and perennial qualities into your home landscape. Vibrant color makes these two divisions of Tulips must-haves for the spring garden.
Goldenrod should be one of the classic flowers of fall but gets a bad rap instead because it blooms at the same time that hayfever sufferers begin sneezing.
You can easily learn how to plant, grow and care for clematis vines. These are easy to grow if you know what you are doing. You'll get a flush of blooms in the spring.
One perennial that loves to reside in a container is the Confederate Jasmine (Trachelospermum Jasminoides). Lavish tiny white flowers deliver an abundance of sweet smell.
Do you love wave petunias and want to know how to grow them? In this article, you will find tips on how to grow this extremely popular flower from my experience as a greenhouse operator.
This article will show you the how, when, and where facts for planting colorful biennial pansies to brighten up your garden and get you out of the winter blahs.
New York ironweed is a native plant that we have welcomed into our gardens. It's height make it an attractive back of the border plant while its flowers are magnets for butterflies.
It's often hard to know what to grow in a shady area. This article will provide a list of wonderful, shade-tolerant plants, including: astilbe, hostas, anemone, aquilegia, epimedium, and trillium.
Whether you call them harebells, wood bells, auld man's bells or calverkeys, the bluebell flower is a favorite perennial worldwide—and in spring, they spread their magic in enchanting bluebell woods.
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.
Looking for a unique addition to your landscaping or garden plan? The spiderwort is hardy, handsome, and easy-to-grow.
A climbing rose that combines the beauty and hardiness of heirloom roses with the season-long bloom of modern hybrid roses.
Your reward when you grow California Poppies properly is a garden filled with long-lasting, bright colors of orange, red, and yellow. This article will present you with ways to plant them and keep them looking spectacular!
Many native perennials look like weeds, but not these beauties. Plant a garden your neighbors will be proud to live next to and help the planet at the same time.
When summer ends, you don't have to wait until spring to see flowers in your yard. If you are yearning for some brightly-colored flowers during the colder months of winter, you might want to consider winter jasmine (Jasminum nudiflorum), a deciduous mounding or vining shrub.
This is a how-to article on growing camellia flowers from cuttings. If you have a beautiful camellia plant, you can actually "clone" it!
I have had numerous houseplants over the years—up to 40 at a time. I've had to downsize, but the Crown of Thorns is a keeper.
Having trouble finding the perfect plant for shady spaces? This list of shade-loving plants will help you with your garden if you're in partial sun or full shade.
If you want to have a tree in your garden that looks like a tropical palm tree but isn't, have a look at the cordyline australis, the cabbage palm tree. Suitable for cooler climates, this tree will make a wonderful addition to your garden.
Learn how to grow and care for camellia plants. The show of flowers each year in the winter months is spectacular!
A great healing herb, soil-improver, and very pretty to boot, yarrow should have a place in everyone's garden. Learn more about it and how it can improve your health and garden's health today.
Rose campion adds a bright spot of color to your late spring garden while also being deer resistant.
Snowdrops sometimes appear before the snow has melted. They are easy to grow and multiply every year.
Desert globemallow plants are seen all over the desert Southwest where their orange/apricot flowers are appreciated. They are useful plants for landscapes and soil-erosion prevention. This article will show you what is needed to get one planted in your own backyard.
Planting hydrangeas is not as hard as moving their location. Knowing when, why, and how to relocate these plants is crucial to avoid dealing with transplant shock.
This is one hardy, evergreen, & perennial favorite shrub that blooms much of the year in outdoor southern climates. See photos & videos.
Knock Out® roses are the most popular roses sold in the United States. Learn how to care for them so they reach their full potential.
Hydrangeas are big, bold, colorful, and very popular with gardeners. You can actually change the color of bigleaf hydrangeas by adjusting the pH of the soil in which they are planted. There are hundreds of cultivars of the bigleaf hydrangeas from which to choose.
How to grow orchids for beginners. Easy care orchid types, orchid growing tips, how to keep your orchids happy and much more! Don't be intimidated...give these beautiful and exotic flowers a try.
Learn how to care for your plumbago auriculata plant if you are lucky enough to have one. These beautiful plants grow well in subtropical climates around the world and will reward you every spring, summer, and early autumn with gorgeous powder blue flowers.
Peonies never seem to go out of style. Their gorgeous flowers have been a staple of cottage gardens for centuries thanks to their ease of cultivation and long lives.
Japanese Anemones are wonderful perennials that bloom in the late summer until the fall filling in the gap between your summer perennials and fall perennials.
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 them is simple.
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.
Moonflowers are related to Morning Glories, but bloom in the evening. Their white flowers glow in the moonlight.
Here we are discussing Marigold Tagetes, or the African Marigold, not the Calendula. Although both have their uses and benefits, the former is better at keeping gardens healthy and pest free.
This fall, layer flower bulbs in outdoor pots for gorgeous container gardens that will bloom next spring.
Portulaca, also known as moss rose, is a colorful annual that is drought tolerant, salt tolerant and be used in many ways in your garden or in containers.
Green flowers are unusual in the garden but there are some available that are easy to grow. Many green blooms seen in florist designs have been dyed. Others are rare or hard to grow.
Siberian iris are smaller, more delicate versions of the stately bearded iris. They are easy to grow, relatively disease free, and don’t mind moist areas.
Cardinal climber vines are an interesting addition to any garden. Their long throated red flowers will attract hummingbirds, while their leaves add texture.
If you love Lenten roses, this article will show you how to plant and care for them. They are a winter-blooming perennial flower that loves the morning sun.
Taking care of an orchid plant is a natural process, and there is nothing to fear. It's a rewarding experience, as long as you follow these general care tips.
If you're looking for a heat-loving, drought-resistant, flowering ground cover that doesn't mind poor soil, the hardy ice plant (Delosperma) may be just the plant for you.
There are many colors and forms to choose from when you are buying primrose plants. They bloom in early spring and can be used as borders, planted in containers, or grown at the focal point of your entire garden. This article will explain how some are able to grow them as perennials.
Numerous photos and videos showcase many of the flowering plants in our garden in the month of October. Learn how to grow and care for them.
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.
This guide gives you some ideas about colorful and easy to grow perennial and annual flowers for planters and flower beds in your garden. None of the plants are particularly fussy and many can be grown easily from seed
Here are some ideas to help you create an area in your garden where you grow just purple and mauve flowers to make a spectacular swathe of toning colors, or mix them with other contrasting plants for an effective floral display
Bring Forsythia branches indoors to force the flowers to bloom, even in the middle of winter! Bright yellow flowers are a welcome ray of sunshine during dreary winter months. Forcing forsythia branches is extremely easy to do!
Double tropical hibiscus is a showy, exotic-looking flower that blooms in vibrant colors like red, orange, pink, yellow or white.
The Bleeding Heart (dicentra) has surely got to be one of the most romantic flowers of all time. Find out how you can grow them in your garden using either seeds or root cuttings.
White tropical flowers brighten many Hawaiian gardens. Take a walk through this article and enjoy some of the most gorgeous white tropical flowers you'll ever see.
Love is in bloom! Let these 12 exquisite red beauties of Hawaii put you in the romantic mood for Valentine's Day.
Lavender needs bright sunlight, dry soil, great drainage, and alkaline soil. But with a bit of thought and special care, you can still grow lavender in these conditions.
This article will provide you with all the information you need to know to dig up your tuberous begonias and store their roots over the winter. It will also describe how to restart your plant from tubers in the spring, as well as provide additional information about tuberous begonias in general.
Bearded irises are an old-time favorite still popular today. Learn how to plant them, grow them, and divide them.
Sweet alyssum produces a carpet of abundant tiny flowers that resemble snow when planted in masses. Learn how to grow and care for this annual ground cover, and what to plant it with.
Growing some perennial plants from seed is not as hard as you might think! There are some beautiful perennials that you can grow quite easily and cheaply, and they will return year after year! This guide will provide suggestions for which flowers to grow and tips on how to care for them.
Tips and advice on how to care for gardenias, both indoors and out. Includes photo gallery of pests and how to treat common gardenia plant problems.
Learn about growing perennial Plumbago auriculata bushes and see photos of their blue blossoms as well as other types of Plumbago.
The beautiful peace lily is a great houseplant that is very hardy and easy to look after. However, to get the best out of it you need to know how to look after it, so look no further...
Learn to grow sunflowers, recognize ripening seeds, and protect your crop from birds and squirrels. Explore options for harvesting your sunflower seeds, including shelling or roasting.
Kangaroo paw plants are a unique addition to any flower garden! Their blooms will amaze any passerby and also tempt the local hummingbirds to make a pit stop near your home. Learn the basics of caring for these lovely plants.
Evening primrose flowers (pink ladies, sundrops, snowdrops) are showy and gorgeous but are often unappreciated because they can often be invasive when planted too closely together. Learn when, how and where to plant them to avoid them sprouting up where they are not wanted.
Cultivating flowers is a great pastime. Enjoying colorful blooms and sweet fragrances provide a beautiful landscape. Here’s how to get started to create your very own picture-perfect flower bed.
Larkspur are the annual version of delphinium. They readily self-sow so that you can enjoy their flowers for years to come.
Stephanotis floribunda, popularly known as Madagascar Jasmine or wax flower, is sometimes grown as a house plant, principally for its white, fragrant flowers. This practical text describes its history, care requirements and, needs.
Late summer and early fall perennial flowers and shrubs offer one last show of color before the cold weather sets in. Check out these easy-to-grow, late-blooming flowering plants.
These exotic and unusual orchids look like monkeys, bees, babies, flying ducks, and doves. Read on for funny quirks, botanical names, and beautiful images of these flowers.