From tropically wild to traditionally beautiful, you’re sure to find floral inspiration for your home and garden. Discover spring, summer, fall and winter blooms that make for gorgeous gardens, bouquets and centerpieces.
Enjoy this quintessential late-season bloomer in your flower beds and container gardens. Learn all about how to care for and maintain colorful fall mums with this guide from Better Homes and Gardens. Click in to learn more!
5 Favorite Late Summer Flowers
Spring is known for its beautiful blooming flowers, but there are also some flowers that bloom late in the season and even in the fall. This list from House of Hawthornes has five of the best late-blooming plants that you can plant in your garden to keep it looking bright and colorful for as long as possible.
Get to Know Red Hot and Pink Geraniums
Need a splash of color to brighten up your garden? Red hot and pink geraniums are the perfect answer, according to The Home Depot. Learn more about why these flowers are a great choice for any gardener.
How to Prune a Bird of Paradise Plant
We love Bird of Paradise plants! These fun plants add a splash of color to any garden. Pruning them is an important part of keeping them healthy, so click in to read this care guide from eHow.
The 10 Best Perennial Flowers for Any Yard
With a little extra pruning effort, your perennials will bloom multiple times this summer. Check out seven perennials known for their repeat blooming performances, courtesy of Country Living.
Hot New Plants: Justin's Faves
Looking for new flowers to add to your summer garden? Better Homes and Gardens’ very own Justin Hancock shares his favorite new plants that will be sure to bring your yard to life.
Summer Flower Bouquet Ideas
Create a bright summer bouquet using fresh flowers from your garden or from the store. Click in for tips on how to cut, trim and arrange each piece. The perfect DIY centerpiece!
10 Best Hardy Perennials
Click in for a list of the 10 best hardy perennials that are easy to grow. Find inspiration for your garden from On Sutton Place and think about planting flowers like black-eyed Susans, lavender, phlox and more this spring!
Top 6 Spring Blooming Bulbs
Blooming bulbs mean spring is here! Click in for six great spring flowers from About.com that are easy to plant and grow and require very little effort. Daffodils, hyacinth and tulips are just a few! These colorful flowers will last for weeks
Those who deliver your mail are not the only ones to notice whether you’ve planted a mailbox garden or not! Consider creating an eye-catching mailbox garden design for all to enjoy by planting flowers like the California poppy and purple verbena. Click through to see HGTV’s 12 other plants and flowers that make for superb companion plants in your mailbox garden!