Turn your outdoor space into a profusion of color!
Growing flowers in your garden spaces will transform your home into a private oasis. Our articles on individual varieties, plus some nifty tips, will help you create a beautiful display for your home, no matter where your location or climate.
A star-shaped annual that's happy almost everywhere, Bachelor Button looks good behind borders, in arrangements and, of course, worn as boutonnieres!
With beautiful flowers and foliage, growing begonias are a perfect choice for shady areas.
Wispy, bright California poppies conserve water and provide a spectacular display of long-lasting colors.
Tall stems, knockout colors and fern-like leaves make cosmos a lovely choice for borders and background.
The easy-to-grow perennial daisy comes in more types and colors than just the classic white-petaled, yellow-eyed Shasta.
Showy spikes and beautiful blooms make growing delphinium worth the challenge.
Grown from bulbs known as corms, gladiolus are favored for their showy blossoms and classic, spiky stems.