Tips for Making Cut Roses Last
Check out these tips for prolonging the beauty of cut roses.
It's not every day that most of us receive roses, and those long-stemmed beauties that arrive on Valentine's Day have a sentimental value beyond their natural beauty that recipients want to keep as long as possible.
With proper care and handling Valentine's Day roses can be enjoyed long afterward. Here's how to do it:
This colorful perennial is great for a mixed perennial border or cottage garden.
Learn more about this evergreen shrub and its ability to adapt to different environments.
Q&A: Taming Maple Tree Roots
Tips on how to prevent a tree's roots from spreading.
This delicate perennnial with daisy-like blooms is great as a perennial border.
The paperback maple can grow up to 30 feet tall and is great as a patio tree.
Improve Weed Control by Mulching
Constant weeding and mulching are what it takes to keep weeds from germinating.
Sow Ornamental Grasses From Seed
Very fashionable and extremely versatile, annual grasses are easy to grow from seed, and can be used in wild, meadow-style plantings, as well as container designs.
Q&A: Blueberries for the Southwest
Here's a tip on how to grow your own blueberries.
Cutting and Drying Flowers
One of the greatest pleasures of growing a garden is having an abundance of flowers for picking. Some varieties take well to drying and will last into winter and beyond.
Maiden Grass, Eulalia
Learn more about maiden grass and its environment.
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