A FLOWER garden is a sure way to instantly add some curb appeal to your home.
But for those without a green thumb, it could seem like a bit too much work.
However, one home expert proved that you can get a lovely flower garden in just a few steps.
Home designer Katie Pellegrino shared in a video how to easily grow a cut flower garden in time for the summer.
She suggested: "Zinnia's are hands down one of the easiest flowers to grow and you can grab them in these bags that come with fertilizer.
"You rake up the ground a little bit, sprinkle it on. A couple of weeks you'll have these sprouts."
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Pellegrino then said that later in the summer, you should have a ton of blooming flowers.
She herself had so many fresh flowers, she made buckets full of arrangements.
Pellegrino also said the zinnia flowers will last well into fall.
In the video's caption, Pellegrino wrote that the zinnia flowers "grow so well even in bad soil," and added: "you can also grab 'cut and come' varieties that keep coming even after you cut them!"
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Others in the comment section also agree Pellegrino's garden tip is the best way to grow flowers.
"Can confirm! We did this last year and had HUNDREDS of flowers! We had so many I put them in buckets at the bottom of our driveway for the neighbors," one comment read.
Another wrote: "They do amazing in the heat too and attract so many butterflies! Zinnias are THE BEST."
"Gorgeous and minimal effort! My favorite!!!"
A fourth added: "…and they’re medicinal and make a beautiful tea."
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In other gardening tips, one expert shared the exact date you should cut back your tulips.
Additionally, another gardening expert revealed their three easy tips to get your bedded plants thriving for summer.
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