Entries Tagged as 'Flower'

Monday, February 21st, 2011


Cyclamen coum by Paul Gulliver One of the first charming mid-winter or spring flowers that will be popping their heads up from under the snow as soon as it melts is a little hardy perennial Cyclamen.  See here. Lucky the people who have these planted in their yards to welcome spring. (There are other hardy […]

Monday, February 7th, 2011

Flower Shows 2011

Chelsea Flowers by naughton321 It is that time of year again when Gardeners need to have their gardening spirits lifted by seeing flowers in bloom. This is the time for Flower Shows. TheGardenLady column wants to share some good links to locate flower shows near you or places you may want to travel for Flower […]

Friday, December 31st, 2010

TheGardenLady Wishes You A Happy New Year!

Flower Fireworks by gamaree This Garden Lady would like to wish you all a very Happy, Healthy 2011 and a year of Great Gardening! Thank You to all who read these columns and to those of you who subscribe to TheGardenLady blog. Also, a thank you to those who sent in questions, comments and even […]

Friday, August 6th, 2010

Royal Horticultural Society Garden Hyde Hall Flower Show: Aug 13-15, 2010

Blue stemmed thistle – RHS Hyde Hall by Scootzsx Are readers of TheGardenLady blog going to be visiting England this month or do you live in England? Lucky you! because you have the opportunity of attending the RHS Garden Hyde Hall first-ever flower show this August 13 through the 15.  See here. It sounds fabulous. […]

Monday, April 19th, 2010

Daffodil Advice

Eyes on the Sun by Handcanons TheGardenLady received this question from Fran. I was given some daffodils at my garden club meeting this week.  They had bloomed already and there were just bulbs with green leaves on them. I live in zone 8 in Florida and was told that I could grow daffodils in Florida. […]

Monday, April 12th, 2010

Getting Marigolds to Bloom Again

Slowly… by Dialed-in! TheGardenLady received this question from Cassie. I recieved some  marigolds from a friend. They were orange and did not seem to be as big or sturdy as usual marigolds are. They bloomed well until it got too cold out.  I kept saving the flowers for the seed pods, and they grew very […]

Friday, March 5th, 2010

The Soil Needs of Fangipani – Plumeria

TheGardenLady received this question from Paddy. I have been given a Frangipani and the only fertilizer I have to hand (before planting in ground) is one for acid loving plants – can I use this? How lucky to be given a Frangipani- Plumeria. When my children went to Hawaii they were so impressed with this […]