More About Rose Flowers – History, Types, Uses, Photos

Rose History The rose flower is nearly 35 million years old. It certainly has a fascinating history. The earliest known cultivation of rose flowers date from at least 500 BC in Mediterranean countries, Persia and China. Northern Persia and China are probably the birthplace of the cultivated rose flower. The history of the rose hybridazation began in England… Read More »

Gardening Tasks by Month for Hardiness Zones 5b-6a

JANUARY Check out garden catalogs and stores for seeds. Start seeds indoors for summer flowers. Prune fruit trees and late flowering deciduous shrubs. Snip back lateral and side branches of wisteria to within two or three buds. Knock heavy snowfall from bushes, hedges and evergreens to prevent damage. Keep bulbs in containers, lightly watered to maintain proper development.… Read More »

5 Easter Recipes and Ideas for Kids to Make them Smile

With Easter around the corner, every home maker would become busy with creating Easter recipes for kids and family. A number of Easter recipes are available on the internet. You can check out for them and create something exclusive out of it. There are Jell O deserts, Easter egg baskets, cookies, cakes and so on. Let us now… Read More »

How to Plan you DIY Bulbs Project in the Garden

On this page I would like to give you some ideas on how to make a beautiful garden design with bulbs. It’s really easy, if you follow the table and tips below. Step #1 Fist of all, have a look at the table below. For a beautiful garden it’s important to know flowers size and time of blossom.… Read More »

Sunflower Seeds – Description, Health Benefits, How to Cook and Eat

Sunflower seed is produced by Helianthus annuus, an annual plant belonging to the family Asteraceae. The sunflower produces a large flower head in which the seeds are developed. The flower head can reach a size if 30 centimeters in diameter, but many sunflower types form smaller flower heads. The most common sunflower type has a gray striped sunflower… Read More »