Spring is the time to prepare for fall, so this month is a good time to think about your September garden.
When we consistently plant the colors we like, it usually happens that the color scheme pleases us overall.
To grow mums as perennials here in the Midwest, it is best to buy small plants in the spring and pinch them back in the summer for more blooms in the fall.
In the days leading up to the holidays, flower lovers start thinking about how flowers can be used as part of their seasonal decorations.
Amy Stewart has written a fascinating book called Wicked Plants.
It may be spring, but you can always start preparing for fall flowers.
On today's Focus On Flowers, we've got a festive design for your Thanksgiving table!
Take a deep breath, pick up your clippers and shear these plants back right now.
The ancient Chinese valued plants for their symbolic and moral associations.