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Annuals

Looking forTaller Plants for Your garden?  Try Mallow

Posted by on Nov 27, 2015

The height of mallow range is 2-5 feet and may spread up to 5 feet.  They are considered to be either perennials or hardy annuals.  These flower/bushes thrive in climate zones 4-9...

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Perennials

Looking forTaller Plants for Your garden?  Try Mallow

Posted by on Nov 27, 2015

The height of mallow range is 2-5 feet and may spread up to 5 feet.  They are considered to be either perennials or hardy annuals.  These flower/bushes thrive in climate zones 4-9...

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Trees - Shrubs

BRILLIANT YELLOW FORSYTHIA FLOWERS ANNOUNCES SPRING

Posted by on Mar 27, 2015

One of spring's first bright yellow bush is the forsythia bush.  It's brilliant yellow color announces spring has arrived. The bushes love full sun and fertile well drained soil....

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Bulbs

Fragrant, Colorful Fresias in Springtime

Posted by on Apr 27, 2015

Late spring and early summer may become specacularly colorful and fragrant by adding freesias to your flower garden. Freesias are best grown in climate zones 9-11 in well drained,...

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Looking forTaller Plants for Your garden? Try Mallow

Looking forTaller Plants for Your garden?  Try Mallow

Nov 27, 2015

The height of mallow range is 2-5 feet and may spread up to 5 feet.  They are considered to be either perennials or hardy annuals.  These flower/bushes thrive in climate zones 4-9 and are easy to grow. They like full sun but do tolerate partial shane and well drained soil. The blossoms of mallow appear Read more [...]

Dazzeling White Blossoms Amongst Deep Green Adds Sparkle to Your Garden

Dazzeling White Blossoms Amongst Deep Green Adds Sparkle to Your Garden

Oct 27, 2015

Candytuff adds beauty to your garden.  These plants are easy to grow in climate zones 4-8.  They are perennials and love well drained soil.  The large white blossoms appear in the early spring and the shiny dark green leaves remain green throuhout the winter.  Depending upon the vaiety the plants Read more [...]

Flower Gardeners Utilize Beneficial Bugs for Controlling Pests

Dated 26 March, 2012 Some flower gardeners like to utilize beneficial bugs for controlling pests in their flower beds, especially organic flower gardeners, to help minimize damage caused by a myriad of harmful insects, caterpillars, beetles and other predators all day and night.  Bugs eat other Read more [...]

Fragrant, Colorful Fresias in Springtime

Fragrant, Colorful Fresias in Springtime

Apr 27, 2015

Late spring and early summer may become specacularly colorful and fragrant by adding freesias to your flower garden. Freesias are best grown in climate zones 9-11 in well drained, moderately rich  soils.  They like full sunny locations but will tolerate some light shady plases also. Freesias provide Read more [...]

BRILLIANT YELLOW FORSYTHIA FLOWERS ANNOUNCES SPRING

BRILLIANT YELLOW FORSYTHIA FLOWERS ANNOUNCES SPRING

Mar 27, 2015

One of spring's first bright yellow bush is the forsythia bush.  It's brilliant yellow color announces spring has arrived. The bushes love full sun and fertile well drained soil. They require minumum care and too much pruning may limit their bloomingin in early spring.  These bushes are primarily grown Read more [...]

Beautiful Bougainvillea Climbers Add Color to Your Landscape

Beautiful Bougainvillea Climbers Add Color to Your Landscape

Jul 4, 2012

Bougainvilleas are perennial plants which are climbers that can add a wide variety of beautiful colors to the landscape in your garden. The colors range through all shades of pinks, reds, oranges and purple.  Each flower is paper-like and arranged on bracts or  in clusters. They grow easily in climate Read more [...]

Tall Fragrant Showy Viburnum Bushes Provides Flowers and Berries for the Garden

Tall Fragrant Showy Viburnum Bushes Provides Flowers and Berries for the Garden

Jul 3, 2012

Viburnum bushes grow best in climate zones 3 through 9.  Their height and width may reach 20 feet but they can be pruned to keep their height and width to one's liking.  These bushes prefer a sunny to part-shade location in soil which is kept moist but well-drained.  In early spring the bushes are Read more [...]

Scented Small Lilacs Provide Abundant Spring Beauty

Scented Small Lilacs Provide Abundant Spring Beauty

Jun 29, 2012

  In the spring Small Lilac bushes (not the usual common variety) provide abundant fragrant pink to light purple flowers. Their maximun heights range from 5 to 12 feet.  Sometimes they spread 6 to 12 feet in width.  They require a minimum of care and are generally disease resistant.  Climate Read more [...]