Gardening just may be one of the most relaxing hobbies you’ll find, with all that fresh air, communing with nature, and the thrill of seeing something you planted actually turn into a flower (or into your dinner). But if you’ve been holding back because you don’t have a yard, then you’re missing out – and without reason, since there are plenty of easy ways to get the joy of gardening without much (or even any) backyard space to show for it.
Perennial lupine has fingerlike gray-green leaves. Relatively easy to care for, they make a spectacular sight when planted in large groups. Read about using perennial lupine, particularly in a seaside garden.
Blue marguerite is a blue to purple annual native to South Africa. Learn how to grow and maintain blue marguerite as a garden border or in combination with other flowers, only at HowStuffWorks.