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LIVE PLANTS. FRESH AIR. NATURAL BEAUTY. We’re so sure you’ll be satisfied with your plants and flowers, you can return them, hassle free Plant Maintain & Care Shop Plants & Flowers Grow Your Plants & Flowers Annuals vs. Perennials Treat yourself to the playful colors of annuals, but know they will retire after one season. Perennials will come back year after year. Shop Annuals Shop Perennials Hardiness Zone Find plants that will thrive in your landscape. Figure out how cold it gets where you will plant them, then shop in your hardiness zone. These zones are based on the average lowest winter temperatures in your area. To make things easy, your local Home Depot Store takes extra careto ensure the plants they carry will live in your area. Shop Plants & Flowers House Plants Shrubs Rose Bushes Trees & Bushes Edible Garden Maintain Your Plants & Flowers Pots & Planters Soils Mulch Plant Care Garden Tools Liven Up Your Landscape with Plants & Flowers Our fresh plants, garden flowers and trees are delivered weekly from local growers, so you can count on our garden plants to be healthy, hardy and thriving. Establish a long-term foundation for your flower garden with perennials, or renew it each year with our fresh annuals for seasonal appeal. Plant bulbs to add some flair and cut flowers in your future. Or. start from scratch with seeds and grow your own plants and flowers for garden. Check our guides or ask an in-store garden associate for help narrowing down your choices for outdoor and indoor plants. Our expertise can help you define the look of your landscape with the right shrubs and evergreen trees. We’re confident your garden will be a success. No worries. If your home garden and landscaping plants don’t last a year, we’ll replace them for free.
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These solo cup plants were able to survive their entire lives in a small container. I wouldn't recommend a solo cup because they tip over easily, and plants are prone to nutrient and root problems once the flowering stage begins (the root space is just way too small, even when doing 12-12 from seed or using an auto-flowering stage).

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Daffodills, also called Narcissus, are hardy flowering plants that mostly flower in spring, but several species (such as Narcissus tazetta, commonly called paperwhites) flower in Autumn. All daffodil flowers have a trumpet surrounded by six floral leaves (outer three are sepals, and the inner three are petals). Most common daffodil flower colors are yellow, white or a mixture of the two. The daffodil flower has a pleasant sweet smell. Daffodils are great flowering plants for balcony container gardens. Learn more about daffodil flower care>>
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Small Flowering Plants

I have changed cannabis plants over to the flowering stage from seed, but no matter what the light schedule, plants don't start flowering (making buds) until they are about 3 weeks old. Initiating a 12-12 light schedule at 3 weeks old from seed is as early as I'd recommend for this technique, if you choose to use it.
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Azaleas are flowering bushes that have impressive, showy flower blooms in the summer. Their large, colorful flowers last for weeks, and they look beautiful when cut and displayed in a vase inside. Popular in Southern-style gardens, the azalea plant is often grown as a large bush. In balcony container gardens, however, these bushes will need to be pruned – they can actually be pruned to resemble small flowering trees. There are many species, varieties and hybrids of azaleas, and you are likely to find any color and flower shape to suit your balcony garden’s conditions. Learn more about azalea flower care>>
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These beautiful gold, orange, yellow or white flowers (and a mixture of these colors) are often planted in butterfly gardens. They attract butterflies, but ward off other undesireable insects with their pungent odor. Plant these flowering container plants next to your tomato, eggplant, chili pepper and potato plants, as marigolds deter some pest insects that can harm these plants. Learn more about marigold flower care>>
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Small Flowering Plants

Our fresh plants, garden flowers and trees are delivered weekly from local growers, so you can count on our garden plants to be healthy, hardy and thriving. Establish a long-term foundation for your flower garden with perennials, or renew it each year with our fresh annuals for seasonal appeal. Plant bulbs to add some flair and cut flowers in your future. Or. start from scratch with seeds and grow your own plants and flowers for garden. Check our guides or ask an in-store garden associate for help narrowing down your choices for outdoor and indoor plants. Our expertise can help you define the look of your landscape with the right shrubs and evergreen trees. We’re confident your garden will be a success. No worries. If your home garden and landscaping plants don’t last a year, we’ll replace them for free.
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Blooming in early spring, the primrose flower is one of the first flowers to bloom after winter. And, luckily, the primrose treats container gardeners with a flowering encore and blooms again in the fall. There are many varieties of primrose that can grow in plant containers, and flower colors include blues, pinks, reds, yellow, orange and purple. Many primrose plants have a bright yellow color in the flower’s center. These are easy container garden flowers that will delight you with beautiful blooms twice a year. Learn more about primrose flower care>>
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The other disadvantage to overly small plants is their inability to recover well from problems: you have fewer leaves as a 'buffer' so the plant can't bounce back when something goes wrong such as a pest attack. In a too-small container, as roots get more root-bound, cannabis plants have a harder time using nutrients efficiently, and may start showing nutrient problems.
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Calla lily flowers, also called trumpet lilies or Lily of the Nile, most often have waxy-white flowers that gracefully twist and curl, ending in a delicate point. Calla lily flowers can also come in pink, orange or red, and the dark green, heart-shaped foliage can also be variegated with white spots. Calla lily plants are native to marshlands of South Africa but have gained popularity in gardens in the United States as marginal pond plants and container plants. It is a popular flower for weddings and Easter, and cut calla lily flowers last a long time in floral displays. The calla lily grows to 2 feet tall and can be grown in plant containers, and there are also miniature calla lily varieties that you can keep. Learn more about calla lily flower care>>
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Cut a handful of branches from your winter or early spring garden and bring them indoors. Then use our handy instructions to force them into beautiful bloom. Our tips work for lilacs, forsythia, and other flowering shrubs.
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Bring Blooming Branches Inside Cut a handful of branches from your winter or early spring garden and bring them indoors. Then use our handy instructions to force them into beautiful bloom. Our tips work for lilacs, forsythia, and other flowering shrubs.
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Why you want it: These flowering houseplants are a snap to maintain and bloom with pretty flowers all year long. They come in tons of colors and varieties, from pale pink to white. You’ll have the most success with indirect or filtered light, according to Weekend Gardener—and lay off the overwatering!
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Why you want it: The flowering version of this plant has pretty red or yellow blooms that conjure lush, tropical gardens. Try one in your home if you can provide bright light and low to moderate watering, according to the Houseplant Care Tips blog.
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Why you want it: The pretty flowers on this plant come in an array of colors and look bright and cheerful on a kitchen windowsill. Find versions of this flowering plant in purple, red, white and more. Cape primrose, also known as streptocarpus, does well in normal to cold room conditions, according toAmateur Gardening. Just be careful not to overwater.
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Find plants that will thrive in your landscape. Figure out how cold it gets where you will plant them, then shop in your hardiness zone. These zones are based on the average lowest winter temperatures in your area. To make things easy, your local Home Depot Store takes extra careto ensure the plants they carry will live in your area.
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Why you want it: The fragrance that wafts from the white or pink flowers on jasmine plants can be downright intoxicating. The plants are vining, so you can train them into pretty topiaries indoors. According to Life on the Balcony, jasmine prefers bright, filtered light and a bit of humidity—so a bathroom could be just right.
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Tropical hibiscus is the ultimate plant for creating a touch of the tropics. It forms huge blooms, up to 8 inches in diameter, on a shrubby upright plant that you can train to grow as a tree. Individual blossoms last only a day or two, but plants bloom freely from late spring through fall and occasionally through winter. Keep the soil uniformly moist and give the plant as much indoor light as possible to keep it blooming.

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