Category Archive for: ‘Flowers’

Make These Hammered Flower Print Cards

Hammered Flower Print Cards

I love to send a little bit of my garden when sending a thank you note. It’s not always practical for flowers or preserves to be sent across the country or even to a different country, but a flower print will do! Printing cards using garden leaves and flowers is a simple and personal way to send a sentiment to …

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Dry Hydrangea Flowers To Retain Color

The Simple Way to Dry Hydrangea Flowers and Retain Their Color

Hydrangeas are a beautiful shrubs with an old fashion appeal, yet they fit into the modern garden seamlessly. With so many varieties, colours, and even bloom shapes, you’d easily be able to find a hydrangea that that suits your garden (as long as you are lucky enough to have the right climate of course!). Possibly the best thing about hydrangeas is drying the …

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The 45 Best Flowers For Homegrown Arrangements Cropped

The 45 Best Cutting Flowers for Homegrown Arrangements

When you are planning you garden, you often think of flowers as garden decoration and vegetables, fruit, and herbs as consumables. Why not add some of the best cutting flowers to the mix? Chances are, you are already growing a number of cutting flowers already, many perennials, annuals, and even herbs and bulbs can be snipped and brought inside for …

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Butterfly On Orange In DIY Butterfly Feeder

How to Make a Butterfly Feeder

Butterflies are magical creatures that grace us with their beauty. Their bright colors are a welcome addition to any garden. As with bees, they are essential pollinators. How do you attract them your yard? There are many plants that they love, but an easy way to attract butterflies to your garden is to make a butterfly feeder. Supplies Plate Mason …

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Edible Flowers

The Dirt on Edible Flowers (and the Top Ten You Must Try!)

Who doesn’t love to get a beautiful bouquet of blooms or gaze upon a field of wildflowers? A flower’s sole purpose is to be pretty; they need to attract pollinators in order to produce seeds. Not only do they beautify your garden, they can also bring aesthetics and add an exotic flavor to your meals. Yes, I did say flavor! …

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Delicate Purple And White Blooms Of Oxalis

Painted Jar Planters + Shamrocks

St. Patrick’s Day typically reminds folks of leprechauns, green beer, Ireland, and shamrocks: the symbol seen on green-felt fedoras. But I’m a plant nerd so I think about the shamrock from a botanical point (and I try not to remember those nights drinking green beer). The symbol of Ireland is the three-leaf old white clover, Trifolium repens, which is common in North …

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