Growing flowers in your garden spaces will transform your home into a private oasis. Our how-to articles on individual varieties, plus some nifty tips, will help you create a beautiful display for your home, no matter where your location or climate.
Turn your outdoor space into a profusion of living color!
With beautiful flowers and foliage, growing begonias are a perfect choice for shady areas.
Glorious and edible, this easy-to-grow, bold annual with orange and yellow blossoms lasts all summer.
Tall stems, knockout colors and fern-like leaves make cosmos a lovely choice for borders and background.
Showy spikes and beautiful blooms make growing delphinium worth the challenge.
One of the best flowers for attracting butterflies, purple coneflower adds color to the late summer landscape.
Grown from bulbs known as corms, gladiolus are favored for their showy blossoms and classic, spiky stems.
Seed and care for these charming, heirloom favorites and they'll fill with pastel blooms growing up to nine feet.