Popular Flower Types
From spring to fall, these perennial and annual flowers are a joy for gardeners. They make great additions to containers, bedding and borders.
Seeds, fertilizer and varieties
Dianthus are one of the easiest flowers to grow from seeds. They grow well in a range of soil conditions and are heat tolerant.
Do you have a favorite flower color in the garden? Learn the secrets of flower color meanings and which hues you should choose to grow.
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Red Flower Color Meanings
If you gravitate toward red flower colors, it probably means you’re an extrovert and impossible to ignore. You are enthusiastic and prone to impulsive moods and actions.
Red blends well with white and yellow flowers or with silver and gray foliage plants. The blooms also look great against a background of dark evergreens or a white picket fence.
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Blue Flowers Meaning
This is the color people most often name as their favorite. A preference for blue flowers signifies introspection, sensitivity and conservatism. You tend to weigh options carefully and are cautious about taking action.
Blue is easy to blend with other colors. It goes particularly well with yellow, white or pale gray plants. Alone, however, blue flowers will get lost against a backdrop of evergreens.
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