Learn about "true" botanical art on this Focus on Flowers.
Learn about the Fall-Blooming Aconite on this Focus on Flowers.
Learn about the tulips of the Netherlands, on this Focus on Flowers.
A poem from an unknown author illustrates how the life span of each Spring bloom is compressed.
Bees and other insects, like moths, are common pollinators. However, other agents serve to pollinate plants such as the wind, birds and even giraffes.
When there are no flowers blooming in our gardens during these cold winter months, I often find myself indulging my passion for flowers in introspective ways.
Try one of these charming new cultivars or perhaps all three!
Flowers have a scientific name as well as a cultivar name. Both are useful when flipping through your fall catalog.
Their daisy flowers have red, yellow, orange and maroon shades that remind us of the rich colors of the blankets woven by the Native Americans.
Sage and lavender are used extensively in perennial borders but there is another, hyssop, that deserves more attention than it currently receives.