You want to make your bouquet look its best but you're not a florist. Don't fret; we've got a few tips to make your flowers look picture perfect.
Tuesday, October 04, 2011
If you frequently have guests over for dinner, you may be looking for a way to spruce up your dining table.
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Whether you're looking for a way to liven up your backyard garden or ideas for Mom on Mother's Day, flowering shrubs might be just the ticket.
If you're still looking for Grandma gifts for Mother's Day, you might want to give her something more involved than gift baskets or spa certificates.
Once you've picked out that perfect bouquet or flowering plant, the next step is deciding how to display them for maximum eye-catching impact. Ditch the old boring glass vase for some colorful and creative new options that are guaranteed to perk up your decor.
If you were to spot a tomato plant growing in a bed of beautiful tulip bouquets, you might be inclined to stop and wonder what the heck is going on.
As attached as you may be to your perennial iris flowers, more gardeners have begun to realize the benefits of using annuals in their yards.
Some blooming plants can grow perfectly well on their own, developing strong stems that will stand up straight and tall.
If you're a man gearing up for a special event, you may be starting to wonder about the romantic flowers that will make up your boutonniere.
Despite what you may think, not all bugs should be banned from your garden.