Flowers

Cornflower in a pot on the windowsill
Bachelor's Buttons Buying & Growing Guide
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Cornflowers are a pretty annual wildflower that was once commonly seen growing natively throughout Britain's rural meadows. Unfortunately, as with many species of wildflowers, the cornflower is now rarely seen in the wild. It has become almost extinct in rural landscapes thanks to modern agricultural methods.

Gaillardia in the Garden
Gaillardia Buying & Growing Guide
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The biggest consideration with gaillardia flowers is to be careful not to overwater. These plants are drought-tolerant but won’t survive long in soil that’s too wet.

Heuchera plant with purple leaves in pot
Heuchera Buying & Growing Guide
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Most varieties of heuchera are very drought-tolerant. They also make great border plants for year-round color. If you are interested in adding some inviting & outstanding colors for your garden, heuchera plants (coral bells) are a perfect choice. If so, read our article till the end for proper growing & care tips.

Cockscomb Celosia
Celosia Plant Buying & Growing Guide
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Celosia has many colorful varieties and is easy to grow in a wide range of hardiness zones. The biggest concern is to keep the soil moist but not too wet to protect the roots from rotting.

Baloon flower aka platycodon grandiflorus
Balloon Flowers Buying & Growing Guide
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Balloon flowers come in a number of attractive varieties, but none will bloom the first year. These flowers are not hard to care for though they have some toxicity problems that you need to know. Here in this article, we'll go over this beautiful plant in great details.

Alcea rosea, common called, hollyhock
Hollyhocks Buying & Growing Guide
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Hollyhocks produce beautiful flowers in a variety of colors but are short-lived. Thankfully, they’re very easy to grow and propagate so that you can continue your population of hollyhocks without much effort.

Foxglove flowers in pots
Foxglove Flowers Buying & Growing Guide
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Foxgloves can grow up to six feet and produce beautiful flowers that are perfect for attracting butterflies and bees. Be careful to plant it in an area where it will have some afternoon shade, and keep it away from children and pets, as foxglove is very toxic.