How to Force a Daffodil to Bloom Indoors

How to Force a Daffodil to Bloom Indoors

The attractive yellow daffodil is a sign that spring has arrived. This flower is a hardy and easy perennial that grows in many areas of North America except southern Florida. When planted in late fall, right after the first frost, daffodils will bloom in late winter to early spring. The most common daffodils are yellow […]

Selecting and Caring for your Poinsettia

Selecting and Caring for your Poinsettia

Selecting your Poinsettia Poinsettia seeds can be challenging to find, so if you are planning to buy a grown Poinsettia you will need to choose wisely. Keep in mind that the Poinsettia you choose has to have dark green foliage. If the Poinsettia is low or has damaged leaves it indicates poor handling or fertilization, […]

Cut Flower Types of Asia

Cut Flower Types of Asia

Curious about the different flower types grown in Asia that are used by florists every day? Every flower described has an image, Victorian meaning, season, and place of origin. Flower Name: Blue Hydrangea Victorian Significance: Constancy Season of Appearance: Summer Place of Origin: North America and Japan Flower Name: Gerbera Daisy Victorian Significance: Cheerfulness Season of Appearance: […]

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