DiscoverGranite State GardeningAnnual and Perennial Blooms, Cut Flower Gardens, and Foam Flower
Annual and Perennial Blooms, Cut Flower Gardens, and Foam Flower

Annual and Perennial Blooms, Cut Flower Gardens, and Foam Flower

Update: 2021-04-30
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While we often focus on growing fruits and vegetables, flower gardening brings unmatched beauty and life to any yard and is a lifelong passion for many gardeners. It can also be overwhelming: which flowers go together, what should I choose, how to stop weeds. Growing beautiful flower gardens brings its own challenges while offering endless opportunities for your personality and creativity to shine. 

 

In this episode of Granite State Gardening, UNH Extension’s Emma Erler and Nate Bernitz share proven tips and solutions for creating and maintaining vibrant ornamental flower gardens. We hope you’ll take away new ideas, inspiration and techniques that you can use this year and for years to come. And if you’re so inclined, send us photos of your flower gardens looking their best to gsg.pod@unh.edu.

 

·         Featured Question: Cut Flower Gardens

·         Featured Plant: Foam flower (Tiarella cordifolia)

 

Resources:

 

UNH Extension resources on growing annuals and perennials: https://extension.unh.edu/tags/annual-perennial-gardens
Upcoming events: https://extension.unh.edu/topic-events/Home,%20Yard%20&%20Garden
 

Connect with us at @askunhextension on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and subscribe to the monthly Granite State Gardening newsletter.

 

Email us questions, suggestions and feedback (and photos from your garden) at gsg.pod@unh.edu

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Annual and Perennial Blooms, Cut Flower Gardens, and Foam Flower

Annual and Perennial Blooms, Cut Flower Gardens, and Foam Flower

University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension