5 March, 2021

Best flowers that will spruce up your garden

1.Pansies 

Pansies are colourful flowers and can’t tolerate the heat cold weather is favourite for Pansies, garden Pansies are hybrid cultivated flowers, but they can withstand the winter. Plant them at the end of summer in 40-45 degree of soil temperature they’ll bloom until a hard frost. During winter and cold spring and fall seasons, with few other flowers out in force, pansies fill gardens with color and beautiful fragrance.

2. Celosia

Celosia is an edible and ornamental plant and also known as cockscomb, Celosia is classified in 3 category (Celosia plumosa), (Celosia cristata),(Celosia spicata) cristata produces crested flowerheads several inches wide well into autumn. Its easy to grow and perfect for the bouquet.

3. Dahlias

Dahlias is native to mexico and known for its flamboyant colours and bloom, once you grow in your garden you want more Dahlias, these are the easy summers flowers. 

4. Sunflowers

Sunflowers is big daisy like flowers and having 70 species, of herbaceous plants of the aster family (Asteraceae). Sunflowers mostly grow for edible oils and edible fruits, it is one of the best ornament for domestic garden.

5.  Canna

The tropical flowers and lush leaves reach up to 8 feet high and may dazzle from May until October, depending on the form and place. Plant dwarf types in containers and bring them inside over the winter to enjoy them year-round.

6. Cosmos

Your kitchen will never go without flowers if you plant a bed of cosmos. They make for great bouquets from spring until first frost. Bonus: Finished blooms can self-seed in your garden for even more stems.

7. Dianthus

The genus name comes from the the Greek words dios, meaning heavenly, and anthos, meaning blossom. Extremely fitting, no? Cut them for long lasting blossoms and continued blooming.

8. Russian Sage

With its pure purple flowers and green-silver like foliage, Russian Sage is readily recognized. If you are trying to bring some colour to your garden, now is the time to begin planting! These plants do well from midsummer throughout fall.

9. Black-Eyed Susans

Black-Eyed Susans are available blooming from late summer all of the way till it frosts, so you are going to find a lot from these if you put them into your autumn garden. An advantage of them is they don’t require an excessive amount of deadheading, making maintenance a lot easier for you personally.