Five Flowers And Holiday Plants You Need To Order For Christmas Before They're Gone

Most people generally do not associate flowers with Christmas. However, there are many holiday plants that have been associated with this holiday, and they are regularly sold out before Christmas day. If you want any of the top five flowers or holiday plants this holiday season, you will need to order them before they are all gone. In case you are not certain what those flowers and plants are, the following list is provided.   Read More...

How To Protect Dahlia Tubers In The Winter

Some plants survive winter's cold by hunkering down in the ground and they do just fine, sprouting up again when warmer spring temperatures arrive. Other plants require a little more care in some climate zones, like dahlias. Read on to learn how to properly care for your dahlia tubers when winter roars in.  In climate zones warmer than 8 dahlias are a perennial plant, which means they can remain in the ground and will regrow year after year.   Read More...

Getting Leather Rose Bouquets For Your Wedding

When you are thinking about how you can get the most out of your wedding ceremony, it's important that you reach out to some shops that can help you get the most out of your decorations. In this regard, flowers will make a huge difference when you are trying to create an impression with these flowers. One of the best steps that you can take is to opt for handmade leather roses, rather than buying natural flowers.   Read More...

4 Mistakes To Avoid When Caring For Your Hanging Terrarium

Hanging terrariums are a beautiful addition to your home. They let you enjoy plants in a whole new way. While terrariums are relatively easy to care for -- in many ways, less is more -- they are not foolproof. Here are a few mistakes that people sometimes make when caring for their hanging terrariums. 1. Placing the terrarium directly in the sun. It would seem like sunshine would be good for your terrarium.   Read More...

Tips For Preserving Your Fresh Flowers

Although most people love fresh-cut flowers, the one downside to them is the fact that they don't last long. If you're looking for ways to extend the life of or preserve the flowers you're investing in, there are many options. Before you just let them wilt and die, read on to see two ways that you can protect them. Silica Preservation One way to preserve fresh flowers is with silica gel.   Read More...