Whether you’re planting bulbs, annuals or perennials, flower gardens add a beautiful splash of color throughout the season. While growing flowers is not difficult, there are many factors that must be considered prior to planting. The more closely these plans are based on meeting the needs of your plants, the more likely you are to be successful. Click on the blog articles below for ideas, tips, guides and more.
One of the simplest – and most popular – flowers to grow, marigolds guarantee a reliable splash of color all summer long.
Begonias are one of those flowers that everyone recognizes for their unique leaf shapes and lovely blooms. They're frequently seen ...
Gladiolus (plural gladioli), with their dramatic sword-like leaves, have sturdy flowering stems that stand up to 5 feet tall and ...
With so many options on the market, finding the best LED grow lights for your indoor garden can be understandably ...
Delicate and unique, fuchsia plants are a colorful summer delight.
One of the best flowers for attracting butterflies, purple coneflower adds color to the late summer landscape.
Lilies are among the most beautiful and fragrant flowers in the garden. Here's how and when to plant them.
Glorious and edible, this easy-to-grow, bold annual with orange and yellow blossoms lasts all summer.
Wispy, bright California poppies conserve water and provide a spectacular display of long-lasting colors.
A true old-fashioned beauty, annual morning glory vines with their large, trumpet-shaped flowers are easy to grow.
Seed and care for these charming, heirloom favorites and they'll fill with pastel blooms growing up to nine feet.
Tips for raising striking, drought-tolerant lupine from seeds and cuttings.