BEST 5 PLANTS FOR BEAUTIFUL SPRING FLOWERS•
Posted on April 09 2021
With the spring, nature began to wake up, and vibrant colours replaced pastel tones. If you are looking for ways to reflect this change in your garden or balcony, we are ready to help! We prepared a great list of 5 flowers with a basic "how to's" for you. All you have to do is decide which ones will suit your home!
Since pansies have many different colour options, we can say that they are suitable for every home. You can plant pansies, which can adapt to any environment, both in a flowerpot inside the house or in the garden. Don't forget to water the pansies every other day.
- Plant in moist, humus-rich, well-drained soil.
- The ideal planting site for pansies will get morning sun but avoid the heat of the late afternoon. Space the plants about 7 to 12 inches apart.
- Don't forget to water the pansies every other day.
- Remove dead flowers to encourage the plants to produce more blooms.
GORGEOUS SCENTED HYACINTHS
Although many people use hyacinths as houseplants, they can be an excellent garden flower. They bloom early in the season and look best at the front garden, n mixed borders or along a walkway. HYACINTHS come in a rainbow of colours, including lilacs, reds, white, cobalt blue, cream, apricot but our favourite is, with no surprise, pink! Apart from the vibrant colours of the hyacinths, their most important feature is their magnificent scent.
- Plant bulbs 6 inches deep. Hyacinths look beautiful in groupings of 5 to 9 bulbs
- Water when the soil is dry at a depth of 3 inches and water deeply at soil level. They don't like to have too much water.
- Don't from overhead or with a sprinkler which encourages disease.
- Move inside or in a sheltered area during winter.
- Apply a 1-to-2-inch layer of mulch around the plants to discourage weeds and disease.
- If you are transplanting, do not water again until flower buds appear the following year.
- Use gloves when handling these bulbs for extended periods.
NARCISSUS OR DAFFODIL
The daffodil flower, which has thousands of shades of yellow, is the symbol of spring for many people. If you are going to plant daffodils in your garden, we recommend that you use different shades together. Watering every 3-4 days is enough.
- Plant Daffodils to a site that offers full sun and in moderately fertile, well-drained soil.
- Select larger bulbs for high-quality daffodil.
- Space about 3 to 6 inches apart.
- Water late-flowering daffodils in dry spring weather (flowers may abort in dry conditions).
- Deadhead plants as flowers fade and allow leaves to remain for at least 6 weeks.
- After daffodils bloom in the spring, allow the plants to grow until they die off.
You can find the crocus flowers in pink, yellow, blue, purple or orange. It lets you play around your garden, to plant it in harmony with other flowers around it. The crocus flower, which is very easy to maintain, will bloom the following year again.
- Choose a planting site where there is a well-draining soil.
- Plant crocus corms 3 to 4 inches deep
- Plant bulbs in groups or clusters.
- Through the autumn, keep crocus beds watered.
- Keep coverings on hand to protect the flowers of crocuses and other early bloomers against the return of severe weather.
RAINBOWS WITH FUCHSIA
Fuchsia is a bushy plant with delicate branches. Its flowers come in red, purple, white and pink colours. In almost every type, the flowers are seen in 2 tones. It needs regular maintenance to give flowers every year. Fuchsia likes places of semi-shade. When a branch has finished blooming, clip it back with clean garden shears. In colder areas, you may need to replant in spring or move your plants indoors for the winter.
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