I know what you're thinking: "It's still winter Bruce!" Yes, that is true, but in the world of gardening, it is important to think and plan ahead. Believe me, spring will be here before you know it and you’ll be rushing to find the best flowers to plant.
In order to help you avoid this mess, I composed a round-up of some great options for your house/garden in the springtime. Enjoy!
1. Pansies For Thanksgiving By West Coast Gardens
Colorful, elegant and joyful are three words I like to use to describe pansies. In their article, The Pruce offers you a lot of tips and tricks to plant these wonderful flowers. It especially focuses on the positive impression flowers leave on guests who come to your house.
2. Growing Peonies By Two Twenty One
I found loads of great info on growing peonies in this one! Two Twenty One leaves no rock unturned and writes about when and where to plant, describes the peonies’ growth through the years, talks about deheading the flowers and what to do about ants. This one is a useful read.
3. How To Grow Gorgeous Iris Plants In 5 Steps By Garden Lovin’
If you're interested in growing Iris, then look no further than this article. Garden Lovin’ describes the process in five, clearly written, simple steps so that it is super easy to understand. Honestly, If I ever decide to grow these flowers I’ll definitely turn to this text.
4. Planting Daffodil Bulbs And Narcissus Flowers For Sparkling Spring Color By Gardening Advice
This article contains a lot of lovely photos of narcissus flowers. The writing deals with all the essential information – when and where to plant the flowers, how to prepare the soil and how deep to plant, and finally how to properly maintain the final product.
I simply adore the color of narcissus, don’t you?
5. How To Plant, Grow, And Care For Tulips By The Old Farmer’s Almanac
The title of this article says it all, so there’s no need for me to tell you what kind of information you’ll find in it. However, I would like to point out the sheer detail that the author of this text goes into, and the way they break down each segment of tulip growing is phenomenal.
Can’t Wait For Spring!
To conclude today’s scrambling, I hope that I left you with a bit of planting inspiration and anticipation of my favorite season of the year.
If you're having troubles choosing, I advise you not to think too much and just go for any of the above-mentioned flowers. There's hardly a chance that you'll regret it.
I'll let you know which ones I picked in some of my future articles and until then – happy planting!