Easy To Grow Flowers For The Flower Garden
You’ve worked hard to get your flower garden looking just the way you want it, providing bursts of color and visual interest throughout the year. Though some practical knowledge about a garden is always beneficial, even beginners can successfully grow a flower garden, if they choose some easy-to-grow flowers. Annuals and perennials are preferred as easy-to-grow flowers for a flower garden. While annuals are plants that complete their life cycle in a single season, perennials last for two or more years. Perennial plants grow and bloom during spring and summer, and lay dormant during autumn and winter. As annuals die every year, you have to purchase new plants in the next year. If you want to avoid that, go for annuals that are self-seeders. This means that, if you let self-seeder annual plants to grow seeds, the seeds will be released to the soil; and will grow as new plants, during the next growing season. In case of self-seeders, you should not deadhead the plants in the fall. Instead of that, allow them to grow seeds.
Unlike annuals that grow, bloom, and die in a single season or year; most of the perennial flowers bloom every season, and these plants live for two years or more. There are so many no-fuss perennials, that can be grown easily. Choose perennials with different flowering seasons, so that your garden has flowers all through the year.
Flower Garden With Purple Globe Thistle
Globe thistle is one of the most elegantly colored plants around.
Flower Garden With Cranesbill Flowers
Geranium is a genus of 422 species of flowering annual, biennial, and perennial plants that are commonly known as the cranesbills.
Globe Thistle In The Flower Garden
Globe thistle (Echinops rito) is a plant with star power; put it on center stage in your garden and it won't disappoint.
Colorful Zinnia Plants In The Garden
Zinnia flowers (Zinnia elegans) are a colorful and long lasting addition to the flower garden.
Gloriosa Daisies In The Garden
Gloriosa daisies are so diverse in color and form that they could almost make a garden all by themselves.
Flower Garden With Portulacca Flowers
Portulaca flowers tolerate many kinds of soil but prefer sandy, well-drained soil and love the full sunlight.
Forget Me Not Flowers In The Garden
The perennial forget-me-not flower spreads easily, freely self-seeding for more of the wildflower to grow and bloom in shady spots where the tiny seeds may fall.
White Blue Forget Me Not Flowers In The Garden
Whether your garden is filled with perennials, annuals or flowering shrubs, performing your garden chores at the most effective time will keep your flowers looking their best throughout the season and prepare them for the next.
Blue Forget Me Nots In The Flower Garden
The true forget-me-not flower (Myosotis scorpioides) grows on tall, hairy stems which sometimes reach 2 feet in height.Label: garden designs, garden pictures, garden flower, flower garden plants, garden images, .