Category Archives for "Flowers"

Growing flowers can be a challenge for new and old gardeners alike. Check out our flower growing guides to learn how to get beautiful blooms in your garden.

Silver Dollar Plant (Lunaria Annua) Growing Guide

Many gardeners hate weeds. They will curse them under their breath as they drag the roots from the soil and toss them onto the compost pile with relish. In her well-known book “To Kill a Mockingbird,” Harper Lee describes Miss Maudie’s reaction to a blade of nutgrass with sufficient illustration: “She swooped down upon it […]

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Hydroponic Orchids

Ah, orchids…some of the most beautiful flowers that exist. Their balance of colorful blooms and woody, thick roots make them a favorite flower of gardeners around the world.A little-known fact about orchids is that in many areas of the world, they grow hydroponically in nature!How is this possible? Well, in tropical climates, orchids typically grow […]

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40+ Summer Flowers You Must Have In Your Garden

Over 40 Stupendous Summer Flowers (and How to Grow Them)If you want to add some color to your summer garden but have no idea what to grow (or how to grow it), or if you just want some fresh ideas on flowers for summer…we’ve got you covered.We collected ideas from gardeners around the country and […]

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How to Grow Asters

A Guide to Growing AstersThe gorgeous Aster is a fantastic low-effort addition to your garden. Its name originates from the Greek word for star, but also goes by many other names, with September flower, Michealmas daisy, and frost flower being just a few of them.Asters vary in color, size, and ease of care depending on […]

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Seasonal Flowers Growing Guide

I try to keep this site focused on edible plants…My mission is to help 1 million people learn how to produce food for themselves by teaching hydroponics, urban gardening, and permaculture techniques with guides like: How to grow your own wheatgrassAsparagus growing tipsThe many different types of beansGrowing different types of salad greens But every […]

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