Red roses have become the icon of love and romance, but there are so many other varieties that are equally meaningful. For example, purple roses signify enchantment and love at first sight, while orange roses exemplify passion.
Starting your own garden can seem daunting at first. There are so many different types of vegetables, herbs, and flowers that all require different and precise care. Nobody wants to spend months of time, lots of energy and, of course, money on their plants just to find out the results are not what they expected. So, how to ensure that everything goes as planned and your garden is filled with delicious and healthy homegrown vegetables as well as beautiful flowers? Do some research and learn…
Plant 'The Generous Gardener' for a lush, old-fashioned rose fragrance. Its soft pink petals also smell of musk and myrrh. This English rose has excellent disease resistance and can be used as a climber or medium-tall shrub.
One of the most unique color patterns, each petal on this 5 inch formal decorative dahlia is a warm peachy-orange that fades to white at the tip. The effect is absolutely stunning and makes it one of the most popular varieties in our garden.