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Lavender, Lavender color, English Lavender, Lavender Flower, Spanish Lavender, Lavender bush, French Lavender, Types of Lavender, Lavandula, Lavandula angustifolia, Lavandula stoechas

Learn How To Plant, Care and Grow Gorgeous Lavender

Trouble-free if grown in the right conditions, lavender is a wonderful addition to flower beds and containers thanks to its richly fragrant flowers and aromatic foliage.

Rosemary, Planting Rosemary, Growing Rosemary, Harvesting Rosemary, Best Rosemary, Rosmarinus officinalis, Salvia rosmarinus,

Learn How To Plant, Grow and Harvest Rosemary

Native to the dry, rocky areas of the Mediterranean region, Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis or Salvia rosmarinus) is a popular aromatic herb commonly grown for its decorative, medicinal, culinary uses, and ornamental garden appeal.

Chives, Best Chives, Garlic Chives, Planting Chives, Growing Chives, Harvesting Chives, Allium schoenoprasum, Allium tuberosum

Learn How To Plant, Grow and Harvest Chives

Chives are a popular culinary herb in the home garden. Grown for the mild onion flavor of their leaves and pretty flowers, Chives attract bees and other pollinators to the garden while helping deter damaging insects such as Japanese beetles. Used in cooking for over 5000 years, Chives are also cultivated for their ornamental value in flower gardens, and traditionally have been used for their medicinal properties. Easy to grow, Chives are rewarding little plants to grow outdoors in the garden or indoors in pots.

Scilla Varieties

Treasured for their flowers, most Scillas bloom in spring, but a few species produce their pretty blooms in late summer or fall.  Which one is for you?

Sempervivum (Hens and Chicks)

Native to Southern Europe and Western Asia, Sempervivum (Hens and Chicks or Houseleek) is a mat-forming succulent, that produces irresistible, evergreen rosettes of thick, fleshy leaves. Cute but tough, their beauty resides largely in their infinite variations. They are available in a wide range of colors, from light to dark green to brown, pink and purple, either at the tips of the leaves or throughout the whole plant. The leaves may be pointed or rounded, glossy or matte, with a waxy bloom or with downy hairs. Their foliage colors vary with the sun exposure, the seasons and the climate.

Lavender guide, English Lavender, Spanish lavender, French Lavender, Common lavender, True Lavender, lavandula angustifolia, lavandula stoechas, lavandula x intermedia, How to select lavender, How to choose lavender

How to choose the right Lavender?

There are many types and varieties of Lavender and finding the best Lavender plant for your needs might be a daunting task. To assist you in selecting the right plant, we have prepared this guide, which we hope will be helpful to you.

French Marigold, African Marigold, Aztec Marigold, American Marigold, Big Marigold, American Saffron, Signet Marigold, Slender leaf Marigold, Striped Mexican Marigold

Marigold: Plant Care and Growing Guide

Learn how to plant, grow and care for Marigolds and add a bright pop of color all summer long.

Calendula, Pot Marigold, English Marigold, Poet's Marigold, Common Marigold, Scotch Marigold

Calendula: Plant Care and Growing Guide (Pot Marigold)

Learn how to plant, grow and care for Calendula and add a bright pop of color all summer long.

French Marigold, African Marigold, Signet Marigold, Pot Marigold, Tagetes erecta, Tagetes patula, Tagetes tenuifolia, Calendula officinalis

Marigold And Calendula Differences

While Marigolds and Calendula share many similarities, they are two very different plants and should not be substituted for each other

Tropaeolum, Common Nasturtium, Indian Cress, Mexican Cress, Peruvian Cress, Garden Nasturtium

Nasturtium: Plant Care and Growing Guide

Learn how to plant, grow and care for Nasturtium and add a bright pop of color all summer long.

Top Daylilies, Top Hemerocallis, Best Daylilies, Best Hemerocallis, Favorite Daylilies, Favorite Hemerocallis

Top Daylilies - A list of Your Favorite Hemerocallis

AHS conducts a popularity poll each year among its members to determine the favorite daylilies from each region. The goal of this poll is to provide a true view of which daylilies perform well in a given area and which are favored by gardeners. Here is a compilation of the top favorite daylilies in North America

Reblooming Daylilies, Everblooming Daylilies, Reblooming Daylily, Everblooming Daylily, Early Season Daylilies, Midseason Daylilies, Late Season Daylilies

Fabulous Reblooming Daylilies

Daylilies have a relatively short blooming period, 1 to 5 weeks and depending on their variety and your area, they may bloom from early spring until frost. Some varieties are 'reblooming'. These daylilies bloom more than one time during a single season. Some of these bloom early (e.g., May or June) and then repeat in the fall. Others have a succession of bloom periods, one shortly after another for several months. Here is a selection of pretty Daylily cultivars prized for their ability to rebloom.

Extra Early Season Daylilies, Early Season Daylilies, Early Midseason Daylilies, Reblooming Daylilies, Everblooming Daylilies, Reblooming Daylily, Everblooming Daylily

Early Blooming Daylilies

Here is a list of spectacular early blooming daylilies with blooms starting as early as March or April in the South, May or June in the North.

Late Midseason Daylilies, Late Season Daylilies, Very Late Season Daylilies

Late Blooming Daylilies

Here is a list of spectacular late blooming daylilies with blooms starting 1-6 weeks after the peak of the season and adding color and interest to the late summer or fall garden.

Dwarf Daylilies, Miniature Daylilies, Small Daylilies, Compact Daylilies, Short Daylilies, Petite Daylilies, Daylilies for pots, Daylilies for containers, Daylilies for edging

Dwarf Daylilies - A Selection of Pretty Hemerocallis

Less than 2 feet tall (60 cm), these compact daylilies will fit any tiny spot!

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