Outdoor Blooming Plants?

Answer Outdoor flowering plants are a staple in landscapes and come in a wide range of sizes, forms and flower colors. Flowering plants may be in the form of trees, shrubs, annuals, perennials, groundcove... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Outdoor Blooming Plants

Why do night blooming plants have less colorful flowers than day blooming plants?

Because at night there is less light, so the chlorophyll inside the plant does not give of enough wave lengths of green, so the plant in result turns out less colorful. Answer: Flowers polinated by... Read More »

Late Blooming Plants?

Spring brings blossoms and flowering bulbs, while summer erupts with annuals and perennials. The end of summer is a sobering time for many gardeners, as flowers wilt and drop. Late-blooming plants ... Read More »

Thorny Blooming Plants?

Flowering plants that produce thorns along the stems are often used as ornamental specimen plants or security hedges. The thorns produced by the plants were developed to protect them from browsing ... Read More »

My Iris Plants Are Not Blooming?

Irises grow in a wide range of cultivars, with large and small growing habits and many blooming colors. These are relatively hardy perennials and grow from rhizomes or bulbs that last for years. Th... Read More »