How to Start a Cut Flower Garden for Beginners - Blooming Anomaly
Love bouquets and centerpieces? Grow your own flowers for display by checking out tips on How to Grow an Amazing Cut Flower Garden.
The 36 Best Cut Flowers to Feed Your Floral Arranging Habit All Summer Long
Wondering what a cutting garden is and how to grow one? I've compiled a list of the 36 best cut flowers for your garden, complete with pictures. So many beautiful perennials and annuals to choose from so you can have blooms in Spring, Summer, and Fall.
How to Grow Strawflowers and Everlasting Flowers | Gardener's Path
Strawflower is a daisy-like annual that blooms continuously from spring until frost. Learn how to grow this exceptional cutting flower, on Gardener’s Path.
Growing Narcissus (Daffodils)
Harbingers of a new season, these spring-flowering bulbs light up the landscape. Glorious gold, lemon-yellow, and snowy white blooms are often accented with contrasting trumpets or centers and vary in height from two inches to two feet with flowers in elegant proportion.
Cut Flower Gardening: The Best Cutting Flowers + Growing & Harvesting Tips
The basics of growing and harvesting flowers on a cutting garden plus extensive lists of annual and perennial flowers to grow in your cutting garden.
Allium Ampeloprasum Bulbs | Flowering Onion | Spanish Allium Spanish alliums are statuesque beauties, towering a full 4 feet tall on strong, straight stems. The blooms are larger than softballs and reminiscent of sparklers, with dozens of tiny purple magenta florets. If you like the look of alliums but prefer plants with more movement, these are a good choice. The stems are flexible and allow the flower heads to sway sensuously in the breeze. Spanish allium bulbs are hard to find in this…
Planting Bulbs in the Fall for Amazing Spring Flowers - Gingham Gardens
Stop by Gingham Gardens and get some quick and easy tips for planting bulbs in the fall for bright and cheery spring flowers.
How to Plant, Grow and Care for Dahlias
Available in thousands (really) of variations, dahlias bloom well into fall-and with just a little post-frost work, can survive for an encore come spring.