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Cyclamen

Cyclamen is a very popular flower to have during the winter months. It is grown as a houseplant in the winter.

They also grow in the fall through the spring outdoors. When growing them outdoors, they grow best in shady spots.

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2017-08-25T12:29:10-04:00By |Categories: Winter Flowers and Plants|

Crocus in the Snow

Crocus in the Snow begin to pop their little heads out of the ground in early winter. Everyone loves when the Crocuses come out, because whether they are the early species, or the type that grow in spring, everyone knows spring is near!

This flower looks like any other crocus flower. It […]

2017-08-25T12:28:50-04:00By |Categories: Winter Flowers and Plants|

Crocus

Crocus flowers bloom in the beginning of spring. They are usually the very first flower you see when spring begins. Catch them fast though, because they don’t hang around for long.

They are bulbs that need to be planted in the fall to grow at the right time. Plant the bulbs about […]

2017-08-25T10:56:50-04:00By |Categories: Spring Flowers and Plants|

Creeping Phlox

Creeping Phlox is an easy flower to grow in the spring. There are many different species of phlox. Each species is different, but they are all fairly easy to grow.

Most require no maintenance. These plants are perennials and will grow again every year.

Creeping Phlox[…]

2017-08-25T10:56:08-04:00By |Categories: Spring Flowers and Plants|

Cosmos Flowers

Cosmos flowers are the October birth month flower. They are a very delicate looking flower that comes in both perennial and annual types.

Cosmos have about 25 different species. They are commonly grown in Mexico and the southern parts of the United States. They also grow well in Central and South America.

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2017-08-25T11:09:52-04:00By |Categories: Summer Flowers and Plants|

Coralberry

Coralberry (Symphoricarpos orbiculatus) is a member of the Snowberry family. They are grown as a shrub that is sometimes considered to be a ground covering plant.

They are a tolerant flower that grows outside during the cold winter months. They are very tough plants that can hang in there through the cold.

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2017-08-25T12:28:17-04:00By |Categories: Winter Flowers and Plants|

Coral Bells

Coral Bells are tiny flowers shaped like bells that sit atop pretty foliage. There leaves are shaped like ivy leaves, and are bright green in color.

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They grow in late spring and typically last well into the summer months. […]

2017-08-25T10:55:47-04:00By |Categories: Spring Flowers and Plants|

Columbine

Columbine (Aquilegia Caerulea) is a type of perennial that grows for four to six weeks in late spring to early summer. It is a very pretty flower that comes in colors like purple, red, blue, and pink.

They are typically grow best in the northern regions. They are definitely a uniquely shaped […]

2017-08-25T10:40:21-04:00By |Categories: Spring Flowers and Plants|

Colchicum

Colchicum is one of falls more brighter flowers. They bloom in colors like pink, purple, lilac and of course white.

They bloom around the time when the Autumn Crocuses are blooming. It is fitting since they resemble each other.

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They […]

2017-08-25T12:16:34-04:00By |Categories: Fall Flowers and Plants|

Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemum known as mum or mums is the typical fall staple flower. Well, it is to me! Every fall my mother always goes to the local nursery to pick out her selection of brightly fall colored mums.

There are many different species and colors of mums. There are also 12 different types […]

2017-08-25T12:16:13-04:00By |Categories: Fall Flowers and Plants|