When it comes to reproduction, the birds and the bees certainly have a less complicated time of it than plants do.
Stately spikes of gladioli (Gladiolus spp.) are the classic choice for fresh-flower arrangements.
Here's a list of plants along with their USDA hardiness zones.
Warm rust, rich yellow, and burnt orange flowers top the tall, slim stems of sneezeweed (Helenium spp.) from late summer to the first frost.
Lipstick on a leaf.
Tall spikes of apple-green bells make you stop and notice bells of Ireland (Moluccella laevis).
Think spring—add some color with the vibrant Aechmea fasciata. Big and bold, this beauty is sure to brighten up any space.
Here are a few well-timed tasks that will pay off with a great beginning to your springtime gardening.
Follow these ideas and tips to dress up your house all year long.