Growing your own poppies from seed will provide your garden with the most gorgeous display of colors and brighten up your flower border, year after year. While some poppy seeds are annual, many happily self-seed and return without any bidding. Yet others are perennial and will come up in the same...
Burdock plants are edible and some recent studies show that they contain phenolic acids, quercetin and luteolin - all considered to be powerful antioxidants. You could be growing your own!
There are many varieties of Annuals to choose from. The top 5 annual flowering plants are simple and easy to grow. AND of course they are all beautiful!
Cultivated for over one thousand years, tulips are elegant Spring flowering bulbs. Plant tulip bulbs in Fall for Spring blooms as they need a period of cold to produce flowers
With a little care, you can grow this classic fall flower in your garden. And be sure to visit your local botanical garden to see the spectacular exihibition type mums.
Looking for something to entertain your cat? A catnip plant is just the thing! Most cats go mad for catnip and it is really is something to watch them rolling in it, purring, yowling, and generally just going daft for a few minutes. Then they get up and walk away as if nothing happened!
If there's an empty spot in your landscaping scheme that needs to be filled, a fence that needs something to be added to, or a wall somewhere that looks too bare, a climbing rose could be just the thing to get things looking right in your yard. ...
Ideas for tall flowering plants for the garden, with photos. Tall flowering plants are an essential element in some styles of gardening and for adding height and colour to the flower border.
Growing annual geraniums from cuttings or propagating geraniums is easy if you use the right part of the plant, clean tools, and take good care of the cuttings.
Angiosperm also known as flowering plants belongs to Phylum Angiospermophyta. The name is derived from the Latin word “Angi” which means “enclosed” & Greek word “Sperma” which means “seed”.