Learn How to Grow a Flower Garden
Learn how to grow your favorite flowers!
Plan your own flower garden, get suggestions for easy-to-grow flowers, and soon you’ll have beautiful flowers everywhere! We’ve organized this series to be a step-by-step series in the order of how to flower garden to give you all the information you need to succeed.
Once you’re ready to plant, see our FLOWER GROWING GUIDE LIBRARY! You’ll see over 100 individual growing guides to the most popular plants!
Getting Started with Flower Gardening
A Guide to Planting Annuals, Perennials, and Bulbs
Flower Garden Design and Care Tips
How flowers are good for our health and happiness
The 7 Steps of Starting a Flower Garden
Getting seeds and planting flowers
Building a Raised Flower Bed Garden
How to make a DIY raised flower bed with wood
Soil is the soul of the garden bed!
Four design ideas for your new raised flower bed
Low-Maintenance Plants That Return Year After Year
What's the point of annual flowers? An annual debate!
Long-blooming perennials for constant color in your garden
Flowers you can eat!
Best annuals and perennials to start from seed
Choose Plants That Reseed Themselves for Years of Blooms
Types of Flower Gardens
Plan a Flower Garden!
A Flower Garden Design for Spring, Summer, and Fall Color
Make Your Own Perennial Flower Garden
Create a Romantic Garden | 12 Plant Ideas
What flowers to grow for cutting?
White Flowers That Shine in the Moonlight
Flower Gardening for Pollinators
How to build the perfect butterfly habitat
Which flowers do bees like best?
Plants that support pollinators and tips for a pollinator-friendly garden
Growing Flowers in Containers
Spring and Fall Bulbs
When to plant fall bulbs for spring flowers
Spring-planted bulbs that flower in summer and fall
Caring for Flowers
Planting, Dividing, and Caring for Perennials
Preparing Perennial Plants and Flowers for Winter
Keeping Plants Over Winter
Which perennials to divide in fall versus spring
Select the right cutting flowers that last!
3 ways to press flowers
Which flowers and foliage are best for drying?
Saving zinnia seeds, sunflower seeds, and more!