The Flowerseekers Summer 18
Summer flowers in Australia - this issue we share with you the botanical journey of florist Aleksandra, the work of talented Illustrator Kelly Smith, our summer gift guide, a new column "flowers as therapy", we step into and highlight hands on worksh...
A Lazy Girl's #1 Tip to Beautiful Flower Arrangements
Stop trying to make over-the-top flower arrangements, and just use this one simple trick for gorgeous floral displays, time after time.
18 Deer-Resistant Shade Plants That Will Brighten Up Your Garden
Gardening where deer are plentiful can be challenging, especially in shady conditions. When you're looking for deer-proof shade plants, here are a few with textures and tastes that these creatures tend to shy away from (although no plant can be considered completely deer resistant).
If You Prune Hydrangeas This Way They'll Bloom Profusely!
Pruning Hydrangeas is important to keep them healthy and growing while improving their flower production. Learn how to prune them correctly.
A Sign of Spring by Bruce Bley
It is truly a sign of spring when the fragrant crabapple trees that we have in front of house begin to bloom. The trees become a mass of white and the other is a mass of maroon colored flowers.Flowering crabapple trees are very popular early March flowering trees for large landscape gardens. The distinctive fluffy, cottony flowers completely encircle leafless branches with single or double stacked blooms that vary in colors of white, pink and red. Shiny, tiny green leaves may appear within…
Meet the Florist Behind Instagram's Dreamiest Still Lifes - Sight Unseen
Doan Ly's hyper-saturated floral arrangements began as an escape from the monotony of typical wedding bouquets and ended in a cult following on Instagram.
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growing annual poppies, with marilyn barlow
I DON’T RECALL where the annual poppies that have been replanting themselves here and there around my garden for decades came from in the first