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How to Grow Flowers

Learning how to grow flowers? Or, just brushing up on your knowledge, to allow you to become the best flower gardener that you can be!? We've gotcha covered. Flower gardening is an absolutely wonderful hobby for millions of Americans. Avid gardeners like you, plant flower seeds and bulbs all over their yards, gardens, flower beds, and  even in fields. New to flower gardening? Don't wait. Start growing flowers today!

Often, we grow just a handful of varieties of flowers, even though there are literally thousands of different varieties of flowers to choose from. This broad choice that is available to us, is a great opportunity for gardeners to try growing flowers that are new, unique and quite different, from what we have grown before. We recommend you continue to grow your favorite blooms. But, we also encourage you to take up the challenge, and grow some varieties you've never grown before. Perhaps, you'll choose a variety you've never even heard of. It's almost a certainty, that you will be rewarded with both a sense of accomplishment, and some beautiful blooms. 

Are you ready to take up the challenge, and grow some different flower varieties this year? Click on a flower below, for information on how to grow flower. Our pages are loaded with flower gardening tips and trivia.

Growing Flowers:

Annuals Perennials Bulbs Other
African Daisy
Ageratum
Alyssum
Amaranth
Baby's Breath
Bachelor's Button
Balsam
Begonia
Bells of Ireland
Broom Corn
Calendula
Canary Climber
Cardinal Climber
Castor Bean
Catchfly
Cathedral Bells
Celosia
Cleome
Climbing Spinach
Cobaea Scadens
Cockscomb
Coleus
Cornflower
Cosmos
Cypress Vine
Flowering Kale
Four O'Clock
Five Spot
Gazania
Godetia
Gourds
Hyacinth Bean Vine
Impatiens
Larkspur
Lobelia
Love-In-A-Mist
Marigold
Mexican Sunflower
Mallow
Morning Glory
Moon Flower
Moss Rose
Nasturtium
Nemesia
Nicotiana
Painted Tongue
Pansy
Periwinkle
Petunia
Poor Man's Weather Glass
Portulaca
Pumpkin on a Stick
Safflower
Salvia
Scarlet Runner Bean
Snapdragon
Statice
Stock
Strawflower
Sunflower
Sunflower, Giants
Sweet Pea
Sweet William
Texas Bluebonnet
Thunbergia Vine
Tithonia
Verbena
Vinca
Zinnia
Achillea
Ajuga
Anemone
Aster
Astilbe
Balloon Flower
Bee Balm
Bellflower
Black Eyed Susan
Blanketflower
Bleeding Heart
Buttercups
Butterfly Flowers
Calibrachoa
Candytuft
Canterbury Bells
Carnations
Chinese Lanterns
Chrysanthemum
Clematis
Colorita
Columbines
Coneflower
Coral Bells
Coreopsis
Cotton Plant
Cupid's Dart
Dahlia
Daisies
Daisy, Shasta
Dame's Rocket
Daylilies
Delphinium
Dianthus
Dusty Miller
Eranthis
Flax
Forget-Me-Not
Foxglove
Gayfeather
Geraniums
Gloriosa Daisy
Helleborus
Hollyhocks
Hosta
Hummingbird Plant
Iris
Johnny Jump Up
Lavender
Lunaria
Lupine
Maltese Cross
Mini Lobata
Mission Bells
Mums
Passion Flower
Penstemon
Peony
Phlox
Pincushion Flower
Pinks
Poppy
Primrose
Prunella
Ranunculus
Red Hot Poker
Rock Cress
Rock Soapwort
Scabiosa
Sedum
Snow-In-Summer
Spanish Flag
Sweet Rocket
Tansy
Tickseed
Viola
Violet
Virginia Bluebells
Yarrow
Wallflower

Allium
Amaryllis
Bat Flowers
Blazing Star
Caladium
Cannas
Convallaria
Crocosmia
Crocus
Daffodils
Elephant Ears
Freesia
Gladiolus
Hyacinth
Liatris
Lily of the Valley
Muscari
Paperwhite
Tiger Lily
Tulips
African Violet
Agaves
Angel Trumpet
Azalea
Bamboo
Bromeliads
Carnivorous Plants
Christmas Cactus
Corpse Flower
Cyclamen
Easter Lily
Ferns
Forsythia
Gardenia
Hibiscus
Holly
Hydrangea
Indian Pipe Flower
Lilacs
Mistletoe
Ornamental Grass
Poinsettia
Rafflesia
Rhododendron
Roses
Skunk Cabbage
Succulents
Thistle
Trumpet Vine

Wildflowers:

Queen Ann's Lace
Spider Flower
Tidy Tips
Wildflowers

How to Grow Flowers Tip: Perennial seeds should be planted no later than a month to a month and a half before the first (expected) frost. This allows time for the seeds to sprout, and the young seedling to growth enough of a root system to survive through the winter.


More Flower Gardening "Stuff"

Flowers Plant Botanical Names Common name to botanical flower plant names cross reference, for your favorite flowers and plants.

Deer Resistant Flowers  - Got Deer? Growing deer resistant flowers is a whole lot easier than constantly applying deer repellents, or covering your plants and hiding their blooms under netting their blooms. 

How to Dry Flowers - properly dried, they can brighten up a room all winter long.

Edible Flowers - yup, enjoy their beauty and eat 'em!

Poisonous Flowers they may be attractive. But, they can also be harmful to children and pets.

Flower Plant pH levels - provide your plants with the ideal growing conditions.

Flower Gallery surf our gallery of flower pictures, images, and flower jpegs. Please contribute one from your garden!

Anniversary Flower by Year

Flower of the Month: There is a flower for every month. Do you know what they are?

Cut Flower Care - After growing and bringing them to bloom, learn how to make your flowers last.

Deadheading Flowers, 'c'mon, be a Deadhead.

Flower gardening - Flower gardening tips and information on growing flowers and bulbs.

The World's Largest Flower - Do you know what it is?

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