Most gardeners have heard of or grown Irises in their garden at one point or another. What most people don’t know is that there are more types of Iris flowers than just the coveted bearded Iris. In fact, there are about 200 different types of Iris flowers to choose from. Like many other flowers, the… Read More Your Guide to the Different Types of Iris Flowers
Ponies have the ability to produce a large array of colors and combinations. There are too many Peony colors to list, because there are thousands of hybrid species that produce unique flower colors. Some flowers can even be classified under multiple Peony colors because they have multiple colors on display. There are thousands of color… Read More What are the Best Peony Colors for my Garden?
Black Spot Black spot is a Rose disease that is caused by the Diplocarpon Rosae fungus. The disease spreads between the leaves and can effectively kill all foliage on your Rose bush. This can cause it to be more susceptible to other diseases and even increase winter damage. The main symptom of the black… Read More Our List of Rose Diseases Photos
Knockout roses have quickly become one of the best-selling rose varieties in the world. They were breed by William Radler to have low maintenance requirements and overall hardiness. They allow just about anyone to grow roses in their garden, instead of limiting them to experienced gardeners. White Knockout Rose are bred to be disease resistant,… Read More Where Can I Find White Knockout Rose?
Tulips are one of the most storied cut flowers throughout history. They are prefect for any occasion because they are not too large, too small, too romantic, or too anything else. They are just right for any occasion for those who do not read books on flower meanings. Tulips are native to Persia and Turkey,… Read More The Great Storied History of Tulips