10 Easy To Grow And Bold Summer Annual Flowers

10 Easy To Grow And Bold Summer Annual Flowers
Brighten your garden with these colorful annuals! Coreopsis. This little wiry-stemmed beauty grows 1 1/2 to 3 ft. tall. Summer flowers that continue to fall come in yellow, orange, maroon, bronze, and reddish banded with contrasting colors. Sow seeds in place in dryish soil; keep spent blooms picked off to prolong flowering. Cosmos (C. bipinnatus).... 
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10 Vibrant Shrubs For A Bold Summertime Garden

10 Vibrant Shrubs For A Bold Summertime Garden
To achieve summer-garden nirvana takes true inspiration and a detailed plan. And this is where the workhorses of the dog days truly earn their keep. You definitely need seemingly indestructible, bombproof shrubs. The following shrubs give it their all during the warmer months, providing fantastic flowers and, in some cases, interesting foliage or fruit, as... 
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DIY Wood Slice Floral Chandelier To Make

DIY Wood Slice Floral Chandelier To Make
A floral chandelier is a  great decoration for any type of party or even a wedding. Make one! It starts with a birch wood slice. Drill small holes in each corner of your slice. If you’re using a circular shape of wood, simple drill the holes equal distance apart. The hole should be big enough... 
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Beauitful DIY Floral Chandelier For Spring And Summer Ceiling Decor

Beauitful DIY Floral Chandelier For Spring And Summer Ceiling Decor
This beautiful floral chandelier is awesome for spring and summer decorating. Prepare a variety of fresh greens, fresh flowers, floral wire and scissors. Begin by creating several small bundles of greenery wrapped together with floral wire at the base. Then tuck flowers into the greenery bundles attaching them with floral wire. Now join the bundles... 
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7 Best Late Spring Blooming Flowers

7 Best Late Spring Blooming Flowers
Spring bulbs are such a welcome site, especially after a seemingly endless winter. We all rush out into our gardens and start cleaning and planting. This is often when garden centers start selling the flashier flowers of peak summer. While being draw toward these prime season bloomers, it’s easy to find your garden in a... 
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9 Tips To Start A Balcony Flower Garden

9 Tips To Start A Balcony Flower Garden
Follow these tips when starting a balcony flower garden and you can grow beautiful and colorful flowers without a garden. Start with a few pots. If you have started recently, do not immediately fill up your balcony with so many plants. Give some time. Begin with 3 to 5 plants at a time. Once you... 
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9 Best Annual Flowering Vines For Your Garden

9 Best Annual Flowering Vines For Your Garden
Flowering vines add so much to a garden. They add height, act as filler plants and most bloom for months, it takes time for most perennial vines to become established and flower well, but that’s not a problem with annual vines. Many will start flowering by mid-summer and continue right through frost. These plants are... 
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DIY Daisy Carnation Daffodil Flower Centerpiece

DIY Daisy Carnation Daffodil Flower Centerpiece
Spring is coming! And spring is the time of blooms, so let’s make this daisy carnation daffodil centerpiece for Easter table decoration or any summer or spring events. Use different shape & texture flowers to make flower centerpiece more interesting to look at. Pick bright flower colors that compliments each other like yellow, purple and... 
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Gorgeous DIY Fresh Flower Chandelier For Party Decor

Gorgeous DIY Fresh Flower Chandelier For Party Decor
This gorgeous fresh flower chandelier will make a statement at your next party, or maybe on your big day. Prepare a hoola hoop, green paint for the hoola hoop, a wire hoop with 30cm diameter, fishing line, green washi tape or florist tape, green florist wire, scissors and lengths of fresh jasmine vine; lots of... 
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DIY Dutch Floral Arrangement In Fall Colors

DIY Dutch Floral Arrangement In Fall Colors
This perfect Dutch flower arrangement reminds of the masterpieces of the best Dutch painters. To make it you’ll need a vase of your choice, floral frog or oasis foam, clippers, Camellia leaves, Mint, Ranunculus, Tulips, Bleeding hearts, Snow Drops, Clematis, Daffodils, Muscari. Place the floral frog in your vase of choice and add water to... 
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