Celebrate Canada Day with Red and White Flowers! On July 1st 2015, Canada turns 148 years old. Why not show off your patriotic pride by adding some red and white into your gardens? To get you started, we have compiled a list of red, white, and red and white flowers for you. This is not a complete list, but it will give you a good start. If you are feeling especially patriotic, the plants below with an asterisk are also Canadian native plants. Perennials: Astilbe: “Red Sentinel”, “Fanal”

Celebrate Canada Day with Red and White Flowers! On July Canada turns 148 years old. Why not show off your patriotic pride by adding some red and white into your gardens?

Got Groundhogs in Your Garden? Here Are Some Tips To Help - Frankie Flowers

Got Groundhogs in Your Garden? Here Are Some Tips To Help - Frankie Flowers - Green Thumbs

Helping the Bees in Your Garden - Frankie Flowers

Helping the Bees in Your Garden - Frankie Flowers

Remember the ’70s, when indoor plants filled every square inch of people’s homes, often hanging in macramé planters? Well, greenery is making a comeback big time, but in a stylish and modern way! Update the look of your plants by changing up the pots. Find shapely ceramic containers, woven baskets or wood-panelled boxes to show off your pretty greens. Simply place the plant’s plastic pot into these vessels for a clean and tidy look.

We get a lot of inquiries at Frankie Flowers about how to care for indoor house plants. Below are some tips to help you keep your house plants happy and healthy all year long.

Learn why ladybugs are invading and what you can do about it! http://www.frankieflowers.com/ladybugs-everywhere

A few warm days in the fall and all of a sudden, ladybugs are everywhere!

Check out what is in trend for 2016 in Outdoor Living including pink lawn flamingoes! I kid you not...

Check out what is in trend for 2016 in Outdoor Living including pink lawn flamingoes!

Building a Pollinator Garden

Building a Pollinator Garden

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CityTV garden and weather expert Frankie Flowers on all the tools you need to grow! In the world of gardening there are as many types of tools as there are gardening tasks. For weeding alone, there are tools to dig, burn, kill, scrape, hoe and even store weeds! I admit that, being male, I’m preconditioned to love tools—they help ease the pain of gardening—but how many do we really need? And who has the space to store them all? On my list of essential gardening tools, there are only eight…

Fall Planting find out why this is the best time for people in the South to plant.

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