OLD FASHIONED FLOWERS FOR YOUR GARDEN
These flowers were favorites in your grandmother's garden and are having a resurgence of popularity. They are classic and easy to grow!
Nothing shouts COTTAGE GARDEN more than a cluster of Hollyhocks along a brick wall or picket fence.
Sweet Peas are easy to grow and wonderfully fragrant. They are a beautiful addition to any cutting garden.
This small shrub-like plant will grow from 1-4' tall and bears beautiful deep purple flowers that smell like cherry pie.
Gorgeous spider-like flower blooms that grow on sturdy long stems. This plant can easily be grown from seed.
This plant has gorgeous spiky blooms that poke out over the top of the garden. They are normally planted in mass at the back of the flower beds.
Plumbago can be grown as a perennial in warmer climates, but here in the mid-west, it is grown as an annual. The pretty blue petals resemble phlox.
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