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 best flowers for attracting butterflies, purple coneflower adds color to the late summer landscape.
Showy spikes and beautiful blooms make growing delphinium worth the challenge.
Tall stems, knockout colors and fern-like leaves make cosmos a lovely choice for borders and background.
Glorious and edible, this easy-to-grow, bold annual with orange and yellow blossoms lasts all summer.
With beautiful flowers and foliage, growing begonias are a perfect choice for shady areas.
Tips on how often -- and how much -- you should water container grown plantings.
Tips for repotting indoor or outdoor grown plants without killing them.