It goes without saying that your flowers need water to live. This can come from Mother Nature, though you may also use artificial sprinklers. Be careful not to over-water your plants as this will do more harm than good.
As well as keeping your plants watered, they will need enough light to develop properly. This means you should make sure the sun can access your garden, and you can also increase their development by using fertilizers in the earth when planting your flowers.
When choosing what to put in your flower garden, remember that different flowers will grow at different times of the year. Perennial flowers can live for as long as three years, and they go through cycles of growth where you should always insure you are deadheading the flowers that are becoming week to help the plant stay healthy overall. This simply means removing the flowers that are dying to make room for healthy new ones.
Once you have spent some time in your flower garden you will start to understand what works best for it. For example, there are many different fertilizers on the market. You will probably find one that works best for your garden, as well as learning natural ways to discourage weeds from growing. It may sound difficult, but many of these skills will simply come with time. You will soon learn how to keep the soil moist and healthy, and how to make your flowers live as long as they can. Once you have put all of these methods into place you will soon have a beautiful garden to enjoy all year round!