There’s no good reason to resist adding some scent to your yard or landscape. Fragrance makes all the difference between seeing a beautiful garden or experiencing it. Think of scent in the garden like salt is in the kitchen.
Just because you have a shady front porch doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy bright and cheerful blooms! These plants are the ones that I chose, but I’ll also include a few alternatives that might be available at your local store or garden center.
For many people, growing a vegetable garden happens in one part of the yard, while growing flowers happens on the other side of the yard. There are many reasons how flowers can benefit your edible garden.
Here’s some tips and tricks for growing this old fashioned favorite in your garden!
We all know flowers are beautiful but did you know that flowers are an essential part of a healthy garden? This article will give you an overview of the importance of flowers.
A smashed flower scarf? Simple country craft that is a DIY that can be made with a simple silk scarf with the garden materials straight out the garden. The smashed flower scarf is dyed with flowers that you smash into the fabric.