Guides to growing and enjoying flowwers of all types

Collecting Angelonia Seeds star
The Angelonia is also known as the summer snapdragon. Gather the seed from the Serena series so you can plant them again next season for more beautiful flowers .

Flowers for Clay Soil star
Even if you have clay soil, you can still grow beautiful flowers to grow in your yard. This is the second installment of the types of flowers you can grow in clay soil.

Flowers that Grow in Clay Soil star
Companion planting is a skill that with practice, can bring a lot of attention in your garden all because of contrast, color and texture that is created.

Garden Mums star
Garden mums grow into beautiful perennial plants. Every fall, you can look forward to a vibrant splash of yellow, white, or bronze colors. And the floral display only gets bigger and better with each passing season.

Harvesting Flower Seeds star
Tired of spending money every spring for flowers. Why not harvest the seeds from flowers you like and grow your own. It is easy to do and it won't break the bank account.

How to Grow Cereus star
If you want a different flower for the garden, why not try planting a Cereus. The flowres open at night instead of during the day.

Howt to Grow a Bowl Lotus star
A guide to planting a bowl lotusThe Bowl lotus flower is a diminutive perennial that gives your pond a lovely focal point. This article will help you have better success in growing them in your pond.

Milkweeds and Monarchs star
Summer is coming closer. The days are becoming longer and gardening books are coming in the mail. Now is the time to look around your yard and begin plans for your garden. How about planting some milkweeds throughout the garden area as a calling card for Monarch Butterflies.

Preserving Cut Flowers star
Flowers are fun to grow and lovely to receive. Whether you grew them yourself or got them as a gift, here are some tips that will keep your flowers alive and beautiful longer!

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