The USDA Zone Map help gardeners identify plants that will grow well in their region. Growing zones are based on average minimum winter temperatures. Check this map to find your growing zone!
Plants bloom at different times during the growing season. By including plants from each bloom time -- spring, early summer, midsummer, late summer and fall -- you can make sure your garden is always filled with colorful blooms.
If you love making fresh flower arrangements, planting a cutting garden is the best way to ensure you will always have lots of beautiful, homegrown flowers, ready for the picking. The purpose of a cutting garden is different from a regular flower garden. You don’t need to worry about design basics like style, flow, scale and symmetry. In a cutting garden,
Clematis have an important role to play in any flower garden. As they scramble up trellises, climb over arbors and thread themselves through other plants, these perennial vines weave a rich tapestry of color and texture. Read on for six tips that will help you be successful growing the “queen of climbers.” Do Your Research There are many wonderful clematis varieties to choose from,