Azalea Flowers – All You Need to Know

Azalea Flowers (Rhododendron spp) which are often referred to as “the royalty of the garden,” these elegant flowers are known for their outstanding colors and foliage. With thousands of varieties to choose from, Azaleas require little maintenance once planted and can be brought inside to make a fabulous bouquet. Its sun requirement is a Partial Shade sun while the Soil requirement is a Well-drained soil. Zones: 3 – 6 with a Height of about 3 – 4 feet tall and it blooms in spring. It is also very good for cut flowers.…

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Aubrieta Flowers – All you need to Know

Aubrieta Flowers named after Claude Aubriet, a French artist who famously painted them, Aubrietas spread low with small violet, pink or white flowers. If you’re creating a rock garden, Aubrietas are ideal as it prefers sandy, well-drained soil. Its sun Requirement is a Full Sun and it also requires a Well-drained, High fertility soil. Zones are around 4 – 9 with a Height of about 0.5 – 0.75 feet tall and it blooms in Mid-Spring – Early Summer. It also has a unique Non-invasive feature. Aubrieta, a cheerful ground cover, is a…

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Astilbe Flowers – All you need to know

Astible Flowers

Astilbe Flowers are deceptively delicate with their long, fern-like flowers. These flowers can actually withstand damp soil and shade, while still growing between one to six feet tall. Perfect to add for a pop of color to a garden that typically gets little sunlight. Their sun requirement is a Full Sun / Partial Shade sun and they require a Well-drained, High fertility soil, they operates on Zones of about 4 – 9 with a Height of about 1.5 – 6 feet tall. They Blooms in Late Spring – Early Fall and are Good for…

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Aster Flowers – All you need to know

Aster flowers were named after the Latin word for “star,” Asters Flowers will brighten up any garden. It attracts butterflies and comes in a variety of colors including blue, indigo, violet, white, red and pink. Unlike other colorful flowers, Asters will typically stay in bloom into cooler fall months. Aster flowers (Aster spp.) add color to the autumn landscape while offering beauty with little work when caring for asters. Growing asters often bloom in late summer and fall, but the Alpine aster offers blooms in spring. Learning how to grow…

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Artemisia Flowers – All you need to know

Artemisia flowers

Artemisia flowers are grown for their silvery-green foliage and for their aromatic, culinary, and medicinal properties. They have alternate, sometimes deeply divided, grey or silver leaves. Flowers are not showy. These plants are a good choice for rock gardens and other sunny, dry landscape sites. Artemisia flowers also known as Chinese Wormwood, Wormwood, Capillaris and Yen Chen Hao and a native to Western United States is a plant that is typically known for its herbal features. It is a bushy perennial, which reaches between two and four feet high. It is…

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Angelonia Flowers – All you need to know

Angelonia Flowers are very good especially good for container gardening, the Angelonia will keep blooming all summer even if old flowers are removed. Once tall enough to cut bring them inside and you’ll notice a light scent that some say is reminiscent of apples. It requires a Full Sun and a damp soil with Zones of about 9 – 11. They have a Height of about 2 – 3 feet tall and Blooms in Mid‑Summer – Mid‑Fall. Its unique feature is that it can tolerate heat. Angelonia (Angelonia angustifolia) gives the…

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Angelica Flowers – All you need to know

Angelica Flowers

Angelica flowers are commonly found in tea and herbal remedies, the stem of the Angelica flower can even be made into candy. Angelica flowers have over 50 species; the Angelica flowers is also good for bees and other pollinators and they are known for their large starburst flowers, the flower comes in white or green color. Their sun requirement is a Partial Shade / Full Shade sun while their soil requirement is a Well-drained, High fertility soil. They operate on a zone of about 4-9 with a height of around 3-6feet tall and…

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Anemone Flowers – All you need to know

Anemone Flowers includes about 120 species of flowers, but the most common types found in North America comes in white, pink or violet hues. The Anemone Flowers is dainty and doesn’t grow well during summer droughts, overly wet winters or high winds. Their Sun requirement is a Full Sun / Partial Shade with a Well-drained, High fertility soil requirement and operates at Zones of about 3 – 9. Their Height is around 2.5 – 5 feet tall and they Blooms in Mid Spring – Mid‑Fall with a Deer resistant unique features. The family…

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Allium Flowers (Ornamental Onion) – All you need to know

Allium Flowers (Ornamental Onion) has about five varieties which are known primarily for their tall stems and large, spherical heads. Blooms are typically violet, but blue and pink varieties can also be found. Allium, also called Ornamental Onion, is one of the most interesting blooms in the spring and summer garden. With a spherical shape that holds its form throughout the season, it’s one of the longest lasting blooms to be had from a bulb. You’ll find many variations in color, height and form all are highly attractive to pollinators…

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Ageratum Flowers (Floss Flower) – All you need to know

Ageratum Flowers

Ageratum Flowers also known as Floss Flower, comes in different colors like blue, pink and white blooms. The taller varieties of the flowers are best for cutting and displaying in your home, while the dwarf bedding varieties of the flowers are best kept in the garden. Ageratum Flowers requires a Full Sun / Partial Shade while their sun requirement is a well-drained soil. It operates in Zones of about 5 – 9. Its Height is around 0.5 – 2 feet tall and it Blooms in Mid‑Summer – Mid‑Fall. It also has a unique feature…

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