What will you do with that Valentines bouquet after the 14th? Here are some ideas for rosewater, dried bouquets and potpourri.
Flowering quince and forsythia branches will soon be available to force into bloom.
They may be small or large, but their most striking characteristic is that they are always available...
Do you wait until Twelfth Night to take down the Christmas tree and holiday decorations?
Holiday celebrations are always enhanced by fresh flowers, but with limited space on the table, one flower can be enough.
The sun shining through the windows lights up the colors beautifully!
These so-called thugs are plants that cover the ground so fast that if left to their own devices they eventually crowd out every other plant in a bed.
These easy-to-grow plants are sometimes used as flowering screens or hedges for privacy in small yards.
Strawflowers, sometimes called “everlasting flowers,” can be used in fresh arrangements, as well as dried for winter bouquets.
Here are some tips for quick and easy and green holiday decor.