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Bees in Turkey and Iran layer flower petals to create a brightly colored nest. Inside, a mother bee will lay an egg, and when the baby bee hatches, it stays inside the nest, where it feeds itself on nectar and is protected by its petal home.
Related Topics: Ideas | Bees | Flowers | Nature | science
New, low-maintenance varieties ‘demystify’ the rose-growing process at the Chicago Flower & Garden Show in March.
Related Topics: Visit | Chicago | flower show | Flowers | Roses
In New York, cherry trees were blooming last week. Any flowers in your town or just snow?
Related Topics: Places | Flowers | garden | magnolia | Public gardens | Travel
Whether you buy them or make them, fabric flowers are a must-have accessory for the dark days of winter.
Related Topics: Ideas | Floral Design | Flowers
Our “A-list” party experts show you how to make your holiday table the talk of the town.
Begonia have tropical and subtropical origins and are known for their asymmetrical leaf shapes. Read on to learn more about these plants that are best kept indoors or in shady summer beds.
Related Topics: Grow | Flowers | Houseplants | inspiration
Sparked by shortening days, poinsettias burst forth with color just as the world outside turns gray and cold. Read on to see nine dazzling poinsettias, just in time for the holidays.
Related Topics: Ideas | christmas | Flowers | holiday | inspiration
Jenny Andrews sneaks a peek at the new plants featured at the Ohio Florists Association show
When Flora Grubb added a floral-design studio to her San Francisco garden boutique and nursery this past fall, she created it with intent. The San Francisco native finds inspiration in materials seen in her everyday surroundings.
Lilac blue with a cream face, deep-purple blotch and clutch of whiskers, Viola Sorbet Marina Babyface is sweet beyond belief, and fragrant too. Forms a mound 6 inches high and up to 10 inches across; flowers are an inch or more wide. Very frost tolerant.
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