Dianthus flowers come in many different species, and can be either perennials or annuals.
Also known as Garden Pinks, they bloom near the end of spring, or beginning of summer.
They come in more colors then just pink. They also […]
Delphiniums are very uniquely shaped flowers that grow in the summertime. They usually begin to grow in the middle of summer. They grow like huge spikes of tiny florets that shoot upwards towards the sky.
You may say they resemble a rocket ship! Coming in colors of blue, pink, and white, this […]
Daylily (Hemerocallis) is a flower that grows during the summer months. They are easy to grow and can grow throughout the summer.
There are many different varieties that grow during different parts of the summer. If you choose your selection right, you could have a plethora of Daylilies growing in your garden […]
The Daisy flower (Bellis Perennis) is the April birth month flower. If you have an April birthday you are very lucky. Not only do you have a beautiful birth month flower, but you also have a beautiful birthstone: the Diamond.
Daisies are flowers that are also considered to be weeds. Like other […]
Dahlia flowers are perennial flowers that showcase in the summertime. They begin their growth in the summer, and can continue to grow into the fall months.
They typically grow in Central America and Mexico. They grow at their best in the warmer months and can stick around all the way through to […]
The Daffodil (Narcissus) is yet another flower that blooms in the beginning of spring. They have a very distinct look with their yellow, trumpet shaped blossoms.
There are many different types of this flower. They all look different, and grow at different times throughout the spring. They also come in other colors. […]
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 […]