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.
The heady fragrance and fanciful flowers blooming on a central spike make snapdragons a landscaper’s favorite.
Enjoy this classic beauty with millions of organic gardeners who have been growing roses for well over 2,000 years!
Planting and caring for pansies, a perfect spring and fall heirloom garden favorite.
Here’s how to grow this remarkable annual with its trailing vines and colorful, edible blossoms in pots and garden beds.
One of the simplest – and most popular – flowers to grow, marigolds guarantee a reliable splash of color all summer long.
Seed and care for these charming, heirloom favorites and they'll fill with pastel blooms growing up to nine feet.
Grown from bulbs known as corms, gladiolus are favored for their showy blossoms and classic, spiky stems.