The Victorian language of flowers meant that you could express a wide range of sentiments with a simple floral nosegay. On Valentine's Day, the sweetest of holidays, we take a look at some popular flowers to include in a bouquet and how they speak the language of love.
Our columnist Kevin Lee Jacobs shows off his window gardens, which change throughout the winter, and explains exactly how to create more shelf space for your houseplants.
Our flower columnist, Mint and Marigold, shows us how to make flower crowns out of lily-of-the-valley and lillies. Perfect for Easter or a spring wedding!
The rose as a universal symbol of love, desire, and beauty is deeply embedded in our society today. Its significance originated in antiquity, and was also influenced over time by Western tradition, mythology, and religion.