A distressed green bedside table supports a vase of fresh-cut daisies in this cottage-style bedroom. Soft white linens top the white iron bed next to the table, completing the bright, charming look of the space.
Red, white and pink aren't just reserved for Valentine's Day dinners. To create this romantic centerpiece, arrange pink roses and white daisies, and surround them with homegrown creeping Jenny in a rustic urn. For a touch of intimacy and elegance, add silver candlesticks on either side of the arrangement. Design by Susan Herin of Between Naps on the Porch
This charming wildflower garden will be loved by the nectar-gatherers in your neighborhood. White shasta daisies are framed by red bee balm and red dwarf coreopsis and create a bright, cheerful planting.
Stenciled daisies adorn the green walls to coordinate with this room's other floral accents and add an artistic touch. A pink-and-white checked rug anchors the space and enforces the room's girly color palette.
Purple coneflower, daisies, foxglove, black-eyed Susans, astilbe and hollyhocks fill this garden. "More than half the plants were split from perennials in other areas of my garden," says the homeowner, "and this turned out to be my favorite bed."
As seen on HGTV's Elbow Room, a side table stacked with blue and white accent pieces, a low vase of white chrysanthemums and a vintage globe create a subtle nautical look. Wainscoting painted crisp white is the backdrop for this great room vignette.
Multicolored honeycomb-patterned wallpaper and green-and-white striped bedding give a geometric feel to this cheerful bedroom space. A collection of rainbow-hued accent pillows merrily adds to the mix.
White lattice provides a crisp, clean border in this stunning Atlanta garden. Danielle Rollins has surrounded her pool with beds filled with a uniform color palette of light green, white and silver. Beds of hydrangea and daisies keep things fresh and cheerful.
Rollins' garden is a wonderful balance of control in her boxwood-anchored raised beds, and crisp white lattice mixed with daisies, hydrangea and butterfly bush to lend a wild, whimsical air to the space.
Ox Eye daisies provide a soft texture and vibrant white flower against a garden with strong stone features. The use of native plants in the large planting beds help to create separation amongst the architectural features of the garden.
The coastal, pastoral feel of this seaside garden is emphasized with the soft palette of purple and white plants. Lavender and daisies are combined to create a graceful garden against the grey tones of the weathered stone and wood.
Casual and cute? That's a definite check for this townhouse near downtown Atlanta. Wanting to give her clients a space where they could unwind as a family, designer Robin LaMonte paired a sophisticated white sofa and two chairs with fun teal throw pillows and a comfy armchair. A large area rug keeps the floor soft for the family's dog, Daisy.
White and navy architectural details provide a clean backdrop for the similarly refined color palette in Danielle Rollins' garden where a grove of hydrangea, and daisies provide a sense of enclosure in the pool area. The entire back yard bordered on two sides by Rollins' handsome Georgian home, has a secret garden, private feel that adds to its appeal. "I don't really like flowers that much" says Rollins of her muted color palette and understated garden design, which she did herself.
These aren’t your grandmother’s garden mums! Dress your outdoor spaces with the newest in garden mums: trailing Skyfall garden mums (Chrysanthemum morifolium). The flowers open to reveal petite daisy-like blossoms that beckon late season pollinators. Create your own autumn fest by hanging baskets of mixed Skyfall garden mum varieties, including yellow, white and pink. Purchase baskets that are fully budded and just starting to open flowers to make sure you get the color you want. Then sit back and enjoy the floral fireworks as buds burst.
Look for new Skyfall mums to create the perfect porch-size garden mum orb. Traditional garden mums don’t always make the prettiest hanging baskets because their stems don’t naturally trail and can be brittle, breaking easily. Not so with Skyfall mums. These trailing mums adapt beautifully to hanging baskets, cascading naturally. The petite daisy blooms beckon butterflies to the frost-tolerant plants. Look for flower colors of yellow, white, pink, purple and red. Plants are garden hardy in Zones 6A to 11. Plant at least six weeks before frost to help ensure winter survival.