If you are planning a cut flower garden for the coming year, it’s a good idea to plan ahead for the spring so your garden is in full swing as early as possible. Here are 27 early-blooming plants that work great in the cut flower garden.
If you love cut flower arrangements as much as you love growing flowers, a cutting garden is a wonderful project to embark on. In this article, gardening expert Melissa Strauss shares some tips to help you on your way to a successful cut flower garden.
Are you looking forward to gardening season starting again in the spring? You don’t need to wait until spring to start gardening. There are plenty of seeds that you can sow in the fall and winter months for new growth starting in the spring. In this article, gardening expert Liessa Bowen will introduce 25 beautiful native plants that you can start from seed this winter!
Are you looking for a pollinator-friendly, low-maintenance pop of pink for your garden? Look no further than Swamp milkweed! Join organic farmer Jenna Rich as she discusses how to plant, grow, and care for this marsh-loving flowering perennial.
Curious about stargazer lilies but slightly overwhelmed? Hoping to work some into your yard this year, but not sure if you have the right conditions? In this comprehensive guide, certified master gardener Liz Jaros breaks down this much-sought-after lily cultivar and gives you the know-how you need to grow stargazer lilies like a pro.
If your orchid leaves are changing colors, it could be nothing to worry about or signal trouble for the whole plant. In this article, gardening expert Melissa Strauss discusses some of the main causes of leaf discoloration to help you manage the damage.