“S Flowers”: 20 Flowers that Start with S (2022 Update)

“S Flowers”: 20 Flowers that Start with S (2022 Update)

If you’re a gardener or even just a lover of flowers, you know that there are dozens of different types of flowers that start with the letter S. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at some of the most popular “S flowers”, including sunflowers, snapdragons, and stargazers. You’ll also learn a little bit…

“T Flowers”: 20 Flowers That Start With T (2022 Update)

“T Flowers”: 20 Flowers That Start With T (2022 Update)

There are many beautiful flowers that start with the letter T. Some of these flowers include the tulip, the Tiger lily, and the Trumpet vine. Each of these flowers has its own unique beauty and they are all perfect for adding a touch of elegance to any garden. 1. Table Mountain Watsonia Watsonia tabularis or…

“P Flowers” – 40 Flowers That Start With P (2022 Update)

“P Flowers” – 40 Flowers That Start With P (2022 Update)

P flowers: Nothing says spring like fresh flowers, and after a harsh winter, there’s nothing like seeing all the blossoms and colors spread all around you. If you’re looking for some color and life to brighten your landscape, there’s just one last thing: picking the best flowers. With so many blooms available these days, it…

16 Flowers That Symbolize Death (Best Sympathy & Funeral Flowers)

16 Flowers That Symbolize Death (Best Sympathy & Funeral Flowers)

When words fail us, we turn to symbols to convey our emotions. A common symbol that has been used since ancient times is flowers. Funerals were green before they became floral, and cut flowers quickly became sympathy gifts and grave markers.  Flowers that symbolize death differ in every culture, but this article will round up…

Start Growing From Seed

Start Growing From Seed

  Table of Contents   Timing Light    Soil media        Moisture          Germination   Seed selection Fertilizing  Transplanting & Hardening Off Timing Light    Soil media        Moisture          Germination   Seed selection Fertilizing  Transplanting & Hardening Off Let me tell you something… I am a seed catalog hoarder; especially during winter months I can’t resist the beautiful books full of pages…

5 Hot Plants for Pollinators

5 Hot Plants for Pollinators

Table of Contents 1. Asclepias (Butterfly Weed, Milkweed) 2.  Agastache (Hummingbird Mint) 3.  Echinacea (Coneflower) 4. Lantana 5. Rudbeckia (Black Eyed Susan) Nice hot summertime weather gives us a great selection of plants to choose for our pollinator gardens.  Butterflies, hummingbirds, bees and birds will flock to these summertime favorites (in no particular order)! 1….