It is interesting to watch sunflowers turn their heads to follow the sun.
I recently saw a lovely bed in my neighborhood devoted entirely to annuals. It was full sun and composed predominantly of pink and blue flowers. At the back were tall cleome, commonly called spider plant.
I make my potpourri using the rose petals and flower heads that I cut off while deadheading all summer.
When autumn arrives, one can never have too many asters!
The Madonna lily, Lilium candidum, is potted up and sold all over the United States every spring.
What will you do with that Valentines bouquet after the 14th? Here are some ideas for rosewater, dried bouquets and potpourri.