Weddbook is a content discovery engine mostly specialized on wedding concept. You can collect images, videos or articles you discovered organize them, add your own ideas to your collections and share with other people - Seasonal Guide to Wedding Flowers
With careful planning and design, you could have your shrubs flowering in your garden all year long. These colorful flowering shrubs can be the focal points in your landscape and the foundation plants of your garden bringing all the wonders of nature in just one place.
I went grovery shopping and the clerk told me to take as many bouquets as I can hold in my arms. Ended up with 7. Went to the mall and handed them out to strangers. My last bouquet I handed to an older lady and she nearly cried examined every flower and gave me a hug. The look on her face I will never forget
This year Pantone chose the blending of cool and warm in Serenity and Rose Quartz for the 2016 color of the year. Use these two colors in your wedding décor this year to represent your beautiful union. Afloral.com has high-quality silk flowers in Pantones 2016 colors.
Baking soda neutralizes the ph in the soil and nothing will grow there. use baking soda around all of the edges of flower beds to keep the grass and weeds from growing into beds. Just sprinkle it onto the soil so that it covers it lightly. Do this twice a year - spring and fall. Awesome! | Craft ~ Your ~ HomeCraft ~ Your ~ Home
Blue Queen Salvia - Heat- and drought-resistant hybrid explodes with plump spikes in midsummer. Flowers have long staying power well into fall. It is an excellent choice for cut-flower arrangements, and can be dried as well. Salvia is easy to care for with a good resistance to pests and disease. Grows 15-18" tall, 12-18" wide.
Dahlias - particularly useful in providing months of flowering if they are given rich soil and adequate moisture. The single and semi-double types with dark stems are easy to place with other plants. Dahlias must be lifted at the end of the year and stored indoors. More