Grow Your Own Cut Flower Garden

Growing Your Own Fresh Cut Flower Garden | GardenersPath.com

A friend of mine, Mary, loves gardening and cut flowers. It only makes sense that she has her own cut flower garden, which has actually inspired me. Mary not only keeps fresh flowers in her own home; but she also makes up gorgeous bouquets to take to the elderly shut-ins, who live in her neighborhood. …

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Fall Annuals for the South

Impatients are a popular annual in the south | GardenersPath.com

Planting during the fall can be very rewarding to a lot of gardeners. Most annuals can be planted during the fall to yield beautiful flowers throughout the year. Annuals can be defined broadly as a type of plant that completes its full life cycle in one year or one growing season. These plants go through …

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Vertical Gardening Works for Everyone

How to Create a Vertical Garden | GardenersPath.com

A vertical garden allows you to maximize your space and grow your own fruits and vegetables. Whether you are an apartment dweller or have a small cottage, this technique allows you to stick more in smaller spaces. Find out how now.

Growing Hostas: A Favorite Shade Loving Perennial

Various Hosta Cultivars | GardenersPath.com

Is your lawn or flower garden drenched in shade? Do you need some low height greenery to cover that bald patch created by shade trees? There’s one type of plant that is exceptional for this job. Think hosta. And no, they are not as common as you may believe. With hundreds of cultivars, they come in all sorts of colors, leaf arrangements, and colors. Research all of this and more on Gardener’s Path now.

Designing a Child’s Garden

Girl Watering Flowers | GardenersPath.com

Want to get your child interested in gardening and eating healthy early in life? If so, read our tips that will help you establish your child’s own garden.