A Show of Show: A Spring Flowering

Today I wanted to share with you just how amazing short leaves in the spring are. In fact, there are so many colors and shapes you’ll be able to find during the coming days and weeks of the budding season. It is simply magnificent how in a single day you can experience so many amazing…

Who’s Afraid of Ferns?: Foliage Plantings

Ferns are different from flowers. They, however, are evergreen plants that are pretty perennials. They need to be fed every two to three weeks with a balanced, healthy feed that contains a minimum of 2 cups of a fertilizer that contains a high concentration of phosphorus and a medium to high concentration of potassium. Fertilizer…

How to Buy and Grow Flowers for Mother’s Day

If you’re planning to give mom flowers this Mother’s Day you might be wondering what plant to buy her. Well considering mom is the ultimate gifter and best fragrance for someone you might decide to give her some flowers you just made. This year you might be considering a plant that blooms in time for…

How to Care for Your Invincible Houseplants

Growing age can be a deceiving thing but also beneficial! Fruits, flowers, and vegetables that age are still very capable of producing quality crops and benefits. In this regard, the old plant may indeed be considered invigorating. Over time, plants can lose much of the vigor that gave them life in the first place. However,…

The New Yummy: Dahlias — the New Plants

On these cloudy days…What to do with your dahlia seeds? Maybe you have most of them lying around and you just decided to hightail it over to Johnny Rockets or that office party instead. If you are going for a jam-packed day that involves multiple acts of appreciation, your kids, relatives, and everyone else in…

Are you have an idea of your spring plants? Blame the weather!

Are you one of those busy mums who’s too busy to plant your first houseplant? Make matters worse and need to save money on it by not growing your plants? Blame the weather, humidity, diseases and weather forecasts! Another cause is getting an idea from a friend, family or acquaintance that their spring plants look…