Deadheading: A Beneficial Pruning Tactic

Deadheading: A Beneficial Pruning Tactic

Although it might seem contradictory, removing blooms can actually promote growth in your garden. While pruning is a selective and targeted technique — its goal to remove unproductive, unhealthy, or otherwise undesired plant tissue — the more specific practice of deadheading eliminates “spent” blossoms from plants so new ones can take their place. Of course, […]

Read More →

Easy Flowers for Your Cutting Garden

As gardeners, we tend to focus on keeping the outside of our homes loaded with flowers for the whole world to admire. Still, there’s something to be said for growing plants specifically designated for the inside of our homes, as well. If you don’t already have one, you will never regret planting a cutting garden […]

Read More →