When caring for foxglove flowers, encourage flower and side-shoot growth by removing the central flower spike with shears once three-fourths of the flower cluster fades. Cut spent flowers as they fade down to the next he... More »

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Flowers that deer avoid include crocuses, daffodils, iris and tulips. In general, deer dislike plants with sticky or cottony leaves. However, a starving deer eats almost anything. More »

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Ten beautiful flowers that bloom in the shade are hellebore, bleeding heart, coral bells, lungwort, toad lily, astilbe, foxglove, primrose, Chinese indigo and southern indigo azalea. When choosing which plants are best f... More »

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Some tips for identifying different flowers include observing the shape, size and color of the flower, as well as the month in which it blooms. Note the cluster type, leaf shape and plant type to identify blooms. Observi... More »

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Once the flowers fall off an orchid, either cut back the spike or leave it, depending on the type of plant. Moth orchids, which are the most common houseplant variety, may bloom again from the same flower spike. Other or... More »

Trim bleeding hearts by choosing the right time, inspecting the plant regularly, pinching off wilting flowers as they occur, removing flower stems once they are free of flowers and trimming the yellowing foliage down to ... More »

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According to Jamie McIntosh, when grass invades flower beds, a selective herbicide is the best product for killing it without harming the flowers. Grass Beater and Grass-B-Gon are the most popular herbicides for targetin... More »

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