Favorites of hummingbirds and butterflies, yet rarely eaten by deer, long-flowering annual salvias are among the best sources of bright red color in the summer garden.
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Surround your outdoor living space with color and fragrance this year when you install a flower garden. Whether your space is a window box, a porch container, or flower bed alongside your house, take time to plan your planting this spring for three seasons of blooms and pleasing foliage.
Now’s the time to plant quick-to-bloom annuals that grow best in cool weather. Choose colorful spring flowers that provide nectar for early-season beneficial insects.
African violets are exquisite flowers in shades of blue, pink, white, and of course, violet.
Keep the winter looking colorful by planting flowers for beauty all season long.
Plant perennial peonies in the fall to give them time to get established while the ground is still warm and easy to work. After cool temps, spring will bring lush, colorful peonies.
Snapdragons have a naturally neat, upright growth habit that helps them steal the stage when grown behind smaller flowers like pansies, dianthus or dusty miller.
For beautiful flowers in spring, plant flowering bulbs now.
Late summer is a great time to plant easy-to-grow, tropical flower bulbs.
Shrubs and vines pack a powerful punch and bring height to areas in need. Learn more about these garden problem-solvers.
You’ll get more boom out of blooms by fertilizing and deadheading flowers. Feeding makes plants bigger and more disease- and pest-resistant.