Winters are the coldest season of the year in some parts of the earth and winters are beautiful because of the snowflakes, which look amazing and our activity becomes slow and lazy. But in this some of the stunning action of the natures takes place, even in the coldest days of the year, you may be surprised to know many flowers don’t wait for spring to show off. Some hardy little souls bloom long before the snow has melted! And in mild climates, some winter flowers—like pansies, violas, and ornamental kale and cabbages—will bloom all season long.
I am sharing some of the mesmerizing creation, of the nature that blooms in the winters.
Camellia is also known as the queen of winter flowers and belongs to the rose family. It is because of resembled the red rose, it is found in the Himalayas east to Japan and Indonesia.
Winterberry burst only in winter, its bright red colour is beautiful and beware of sharp leaves around it.
Snowdrop flower bulbs (Galanthus) are grown in both cold winter regions and moderate winters, but keep in mind they truly dislike warm winters.
Winter jasmine (Jasminum nudiflorum) is one of the earliest flowering plants to bloom, often in January. It has none of the characteristic scents of the family, but the cheery, buttery blooms help dispel winter gloom and bring encouragement to the fevered cabin gardener..
It is one of the earliest bulbs blooms in the spring. The plant in the buttercup family (Ranunculaceae), has small flowers that resemble tiny buttercups. The solitary, yellow cup-shaped flowers are surrounded by bright green bracts that look like a collar around the blossom.