Growing Perennial Flowers
How to grow or force tulips and other perennials in glass jars all year around in your home. Glass vases or canning gars are great to use when growing tulips in your house.
Most flowers and plants require sunlight to thrive, but these shade loving perennials prove that some plants do very well in lower-light conditions.
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.
Learn how to make money selling daylilies. You'll find all of the information you need to buy daylilies, choose plants, care for them, where to sell them, how to pack and ship, and licensing.
This stunning, old-world flower is making a resurgence with home gardeners looking to add that special cottage garden touch to their landscape.
Daylilies are an easy care option for your garden landscape.
Deer-resistant, drought-resistant & low-maintenance, these summer-blooming beauties come back year after year.
Plant long-living peonies for beautiful blooms and attractive foliage. From snowy white to deep purples, these large blossoms add color and texture to gardens.
Clematis plants provide years of beautiful vines and flower blooms, requiring very little care once established.
Want to "spice" up your garden? Add a few clumps of 'Hot Papaya' Echinacea. Everything about this bold purple coneflower hybrid is hot, hot, hot—from its sweet-as- honey scent and large, double blossoms...
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