The pretty and simple daisy brings whimsy and childhood innocence to any setting.
Some facts that you might find interesting about the daisy.
Michaelmas daisy (Aster amellus) symbolizes a farewell or a departure.
English daisy (Bellis perennis) symbolizes innocence.
Gerber daises (Gerbera genera) symbolize cheerfulness.
Celebrating life through the joy of yellow and growing the ever loving and pretty
blooming Zinnia, is very simple and rewarding.
Toss some seeds in the ground and presto! You will have the glorious happy zinnia
blooming away in no time at all!
Red is another color that consistently catches my eye.
The vibrancy of the red rose is timeless and adds charm to any spot in the garden and
Every old fashioned garden must have a red rose or two.
The meaning of the red rose~
Red roses are given when you want to show love and passion.
Red roses are also given to those who are being recognized for respect and great courage shown.
Quantity also has a special meaning.
One single red rose shows love, one dozen shows gratitude, twenty five red roses shows congratulations and fifty red roses is symbolic of unconditional love.
Purple is another one of my favorite colors to use in our gardens.
The deep rich blossoms stay colorful and strong even in our Texas heat and sunshine.
The simple cosmos grown from seed thrive in many climates and I like their lacy foliage as
The color purple is tied to royalty and ceremony.
So naturally purple flowers represent dignity, pride and success.
A fantastic way to create depth and contrast to your flower beds or container gardening is by grouping a bold range of rich hues or mix in other colors.
If you want to create a arrangement that represents accomplishment and admiration use purple blooms.
I highly recommend the Perennial Hibiscus, the color and the size of the bloom
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