There are over 6,500 rose varieties of the Rose species, which allows gardeners a wide range to choose from. The rose variety, or varieties, you choose to grow should depend mostly on your gardening zone and climate.
Flowers come in a wide variety of colors, sizes, and even tolerance to cold. Learn more about blooms and their seeds here.
Although garden cultivation of roses started 5,000 years ago, the rose genus is about 35 million years old according to fossil evidence found in Colorado. Let’s learn more about this gorgeous flower with these rose facts!
Commonly known as a mum, the Chrysanthemum is a hardy plant has become the standard fall flower for many gardeners in cooler climates. The mum’s ability to be winter-hardy in zones 5 and up, and, with a little extra care, in zone 4, makes it a very versatile and reliable addition to any garden.
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Moss Rose is an annual flower is perfect for hot and dry areas. It makes the perfect ground covering plant as well, so if you have large areas that you need to cover, Moss Rose is an easy plant to utilize in this situation.
Want to really begin your gardening experience from the ground up? Then you might want to start with seeds. If that sounds like a…
With Fall soon approaching, it’s actually time for gardeners to Think Spring! Why think of Spring now, you may ask? Because as Summer fades,…