Peonies and ants seem to go together, but do ants hurt peony flowers and buds? What is the relationship between ants and peonies? Why are there ants on my peonies?
The good news is that ants on peony bushes aren’t harmful. They don’t help your flowers, either. Learn more about why you see ants on peonies and the real reason why these insects enjoy visiting your flowers as much as you do.
First Published: October 2016 Last Updated: February 25, 2020
This year, our big project is the perennial garden clean up. We have a stretch of steep hillside in the perennial garden that became an overgrown mess. Here’s why it became a mess and how we’re tackling it, day by day.
These landscaping ideas for a hill or slope offer homeowners with steep areas in their yard a few ideas for plantings that look beautiful and prevent erosion.
My dad entered his first of many chrysanthemum shows in 1975, and for many years afterward, my fall memories were filled with images of brilliant football mums, spider mums, and exhibition chrysanthemums. Growing chrysanthemums or any flowers for exhibition requires a special level of dedication to a particular type of flowers.
If you understand winter geranium care, you can keep your geraniums growing inside during the winter months. Then when spring arrives, all you need to do is move them back outside for instant garden beauty.