10 Great Plants for a Butterfly Garden
Has your client just asked you to include a butterfly garden in their landscape design? Or wondering if you should suggest adding one? Including plants
Hummingbirds of North America by rogerdhall on DeviantArt
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Dianthus Barbatus Perennial - Mounding and Container Plant - How to Grow
Looking for a sweet cottage garden flower? Try growing Dianthus Barbatus - also known as Sweet William. The mounding habit is great in planters & borders.
Rocket Larkspur Delphinium ajacis (Ranunculaceae) A winter annual, native to southern Europe, it has naturalized throughout the United States. Larkspurs are distinguished by a backward projecting spur, formed by the upper petal of the flower. Tightly compact blossoms are arranged on spikes in shades of pink, white, and deep blue. Prefers full sun to partial shade in very well-drained soils.
7 Tips for Growing Gladiolus - One Hundred Dollars a Month
I purchased 130 gladiolus bulbs last week. Gladiolus are one of my favorite flowers to grow in the garden for cut flower arrangements. Plus, while 130 seems like a lot, when you spread them throughout the garden, it really isn’t all that much. Planting gladiolus bulbs can be as simple as digging an 5″ deep Read More >>
Marigolds From Seed To Bloom
Marigolds are such and easy annual flower to grow for your yard. They are low maintenance and drought tolerant. Learn how to grow Marigolds from seed to bloom.
Lemon/Tangerine Gems Signet Marigold Seeds - 150 mg
Annual. Bushy, dwarf, rock garden marigolds, these are, indeed “little gems” for your garden. Incredibly profuse blooms on dense mounds of lacy, scented foliage. Petite, single lemon and tangerine blo