If you love sunflowers but you lack the space for gigantic plants with plate-size blooms, teddy bear sunflower may be the perfect answer. Sunflower ?Teddy Bear? is a short, bushy plant with fluffy, golden-yellow blooms. Piqued your interest? Learn more here.
Ginger Gold is an early producing apple that has lovely ripe fruits in summer. With a beautiful spring display of white blushed flowers, it is a pretty and productive tree. Learn how to grow Ginger Gold apples in this article and enjoy early fruits and a heat tolerant tree.
A cousin of the better-known common milkweed, swamp milkweed is an attractive flowering perennial that is native to the swamps and other wet areas of North America. Click this article for tips on growing swamp milkweed in your landscape.
Prima apple trees should be considered by any home gardener looking for a new variety to add the landscape. Prima apple tree care is easy, so it makes a perfect choice for most gardeners who love apples. Click this article for more information.
Woad is not only a useful plant for dye, it also has a lovely, classic wildflower look, with clusters of yellow flowers followed by decorative blue-black seed clusters. To learn how to plant woad seeds in your own wildflower garden, click on the following article.
Canola oil is likely a product that you use or ingest on a daily basis, but what exactly is canola oil? Canola oil has many uses and quite a history. Click this article to for some fascinating canola plant facts and other canola oil information.
Melrose is Ohio?s official state apple, and it?s definitely won a lot of fans across the country. If you are considering growing Melrose apples, or just want more Melrose apple information, click here. We?ll also give you tips on Melrose apple tree care.
Growing mangoes from seed can be a fun and enjoyable project for kids and seasoned gardeners alike. While extremely easy to grow, there are a few issues that you may encounter when attempting to plant seeds from grocery store mangoes. Learn more here.
The Red Velvet succulent plant is not freeze tolerant but makes a beautiful interior plant for the office or home. Try growing a Red Velvet plant with other small succulents in a container display, providing varied texture and color with little maintenance. Learn more here.
It may not look like it, but in its plain looking green leaves there?s a very effective blue dye hiding. If you?ve already planted dyer?s woad, the next step in the process is harvesting the leaves. Learn more about when and how to pick woad leaves for dyeing in this article.
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