Plant Selection Guides
Find a collection of plant selection guides to choose the right perennials, shrubs, trees, grasses, flowering bulbs for your beds and borders, backyard, front yard or patio. Discover the best roses, award-winning shrubs and trees, acclaimed perennials to beautify your landscape. Let us help you achieve the garden of your dreams and enjoy life to the full!
57 Types of Flowers You Should Grow
From roses to sunflowers and daisies to tulips, learn about the types of flowers and their unique characteristics.
Birth Month Flowers: What is my Birth Flower?
Birth flowers, also known as birth month flowers, are flowers that represent each month of the year. They are often associated with certain characteristics or qualities that reflect the individual born in that month.
25 Types of Daisies You Should Grow
Discover a stunning variety of daisies - From the captivating Gerbera Daisy to the delightful Shasta daisy or African Daisy, a symphony of petals beckons!
Salvia is a diverse and useful genus of plants that offers a variety of ornamental, culinary, and medicinal benefits. With their showy flowers, fragrant leaves, and ease of cultivation, Salvia plants are a popular choice for gardeners and plant enthusiasts around the world.
Lavender: How to choose the right one?
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.
Succulents are a diverse group of plants known for their ability to store water in their leaves, stems, and roots. They are found in a wide range of shapes, sizes, and colors, making them popular choices for indoor and outdoor gardens.
Annual Flowers and Plants
Annuals are known for their bright colors, showy blooms, and ability to provide continuous color throughout the growing season. They are often used to fill gaps in perennial flower beds, as border plants, in container gardens, or as bedding plants to create seasonal displays in gardens and landscapes.
Best Annual Flowers and Plants to Spruce up Your Garden
Experience a garden full of color and vibrancy all season long with the beauty of annual flowers and plants - the perfect way to add a burst of life to any landscape!
Plant Native Annual Flowers for a Vibrant Garden
Celebrate the beauty of your local landscape by planting native annual flowers – a burst of color that benefits both you and the environment!
18 Best Plants That Repel Mosquitoes
Plants have natural defense mechanisms against insects, such as producing chemicals that are toxic or unpalatable to them. Some plants also release pheromones or have physical structures that can deter insects.
Achillea is valued for its pleasantly fragrant, feathery foliage and its long-lasting, conspicuous, flat umbel flowers. Vital ingredient of herbaceous borders or prairie plantings, Achillea blooms for weeks from late spring to late summer, in a wide range of colors
Companion Plants for your Hostas
There is an endless variety of flower bulbs, perennials, shrubs, and trees that are suitable for companion planting with your hostas. Here are a few rules to follow to create successful plant combinations.
Meconopsis (Himalayan Poppy)
Prized by shade garden enthusiasts, Meconopsis (Himalayan Poppy) is a member of the poppy family that never fails to stir excitement and desire. Its strikingly beautiful blue poppies have stolen the heart of onlookers for ages.
Blooming their heart out in summer and fall, Tagetes (Marigolds) is a genus of annuals and perennials with showy single or double flowers in shades of orange, yellow, red, gold, white, and any combination of those colors. The strongly aromatic fern-like foliage repels pests such as deer or rabbits, making Marigolds great companion plants to other plants.
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