Flowers

Azalea shrubs blooming under tree.

Shade Loving Flowers to Plant in Your Yard

If you have shady spots in your yard that could use some color, check out these seven plants, including hydrangeas and hostas, that do well and bloom in partial sun and shady conditions! Read on to find out more.

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Purple flowering lavender growing along white picket fence.

Wild About Lavender: How to Grow This Beautiful, Versatile Plant

Lavender is a versatile plant which makes a beautiful hedge, helps keep deer away from your roses, and can even liven up your lemonade. Read on to learn how to grow, harvest, and propagate lavender; as well as some of the most popular types available.

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Gerbera daisy flowers.

How to Grow Gerbera Daisies from Seed

Gerbera daisies are a little tricky to grow from seed, but it definitely can be done. Read on for tips on how to propagate and grow Gerbera daisies from seed in your garden.

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Seedlings growing in garden.

Five Easy Garden Plants to Grow from Seed

One of the most economical ways to garden is to grow your plants from seeds. Read for tips on how to plant five easy to grow flowers, herbs, and vegetables in your garden.

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Storey Walters and Julie Day Jones planting tulip bulbs.

How to Plant Tulips and Other Flowering Bulbs

Learn how to plant tulips and other flowering bulbs in your yard. Watch this video to find out more.

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Azalea shrubs blooming in front of house.

How to Plant Azaleas and Other Shrubs in Your Yard

See how to plant and fertilize container grown azalea bushes in your yard so they grow. Watch this video to find out more.

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Julie Day-Jones and Danny Lipford planting flowers in a yard.

Tips for Planting and Growing Flowers and Other Plants in Your Yard

Watch this video for seven simple tips on planting and growing flowers, shrubs, or other plants in your yard or garden.

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Yellow chrysanthemum flowers

Growing Edible Chrysanthemums

Vivian asks, ā€œIā€™m planning to grow edible chrysanthemums in my herb garden. Can any type of mum be used, or should I grow specific varieties?ā€

While all chrysanthemum flowers, are edible, the flavor varies widely. Read on to find out more.

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