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Types of Flowers to Grow by Location - What to Plant Where
These plant lists cover different types of flowers suitable for growing in particular locations in the yard (sun, shade, etc). Learn what to plant where.
Types of Flowering Trees - Photos - Landscaping - About.com
If you're not already convinced of the beauty of the various types of flowering trees, then I hope my photos of some of the different kinds serve to sway you.
Perennial Flowers - Landscaping - About.com
Perennial flowers of all types reign supreme, though annuals provide supplemental bursts of color. Learn about the most popular types and how best to use ...
Flowers - Types, Gardening Techniques, Galleries & More
Learn how to grow and take care of flowers, look at pictures of flowers, and choose wedding or special occasion flowers.
Types of Tropical Flowers - Landscaping - About.com
Even if you don't live in the tropics, you can enjoy various types of tropical flowers in the summer landscape. Their exotic blossoms will make you smile.
Mulch Types for Flowers - About.com
Explore the range of mulch types for your healthy flower garden.
From Tall Kinds to Short Phlox Flowers - Landscaping - About.com
There are many individual types of phlox flowers, including phlox subulata, but they are broadly divided into tall kinds (garden type) and short kinds (ground).
How to Select and Arrange the Plants for Flower Beds - Landscaping
Practice layering when planting flower beds, plus preventative weed control. ... with tall perennial flowers (being careful to select sun-loving types, in this case).
Types of Flowering Shrubs - Landscaping - About.com
What are the best types of flowering shrubs? I answer that question here by picking several types popular in temperate regions, according to season of interest.
Some Common Types of Salvia Flowers - Landscaping - About.com
The salvia flowers we encounter so frequently in the landscape are part of a large genus (Salvia) of plants in the mint family, including the culinary herb, sage.