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From seeds to fertilizer, learn what you need for your garden. Plus, our top picks for the best flowers to plant this spring and fall!
Daffodils are a classic sign of spring. They make their way into Teleflora’s Dancing in Daisy Delight and Sunny Day Pitcher of Cheer arrangements.
In the Shondaland series The Novelty of Nature, we’re digging into the power of natural places and the wellness benefits of embracing the elements. From camping tips and safari stories to eye-opening tales about the environment to inspiring ways to reclaim your relationship with nature, these stories show it’s never been a better time to get lost in the great outdoors.
With this year’s record-breaking rainfall across the United States, long-dormant wildflower seeds have sprung to life in many parts of the country, blanketing the terrain with orange, yellow, pink, purple, and white blossoms. The blooming abundance isn’t simply beautiful. It’s also good for us.
Multiple studies show that proximity to plants has profound health benefits for human beings. We all know that a bouquet of flowers can convey appreciation, but research finds that simply being around flowers also reduces stress, speeds healing, enhances concentration, and improves mood.