10 Beautiful Flowers to Plant for Spring
Ready for some spring color? These are the gorgeous flowers to plant for spring to brighten up your home!
We know that’s we’re still weeks away from spring, but it doesn’t mean that we can’t start planning our indoor garden for spring. Since many of us are over with the long, dark winter, why not add some colorful indoor plants to cheer up the mood of your home or these beautiful flowers you can plant once the spring season arrives. Take out your gardening tools and brighten up your space with these flowers to plant for spring!
Crocus is one of the most popular flowers to plant for spring because it marks the arrival of spring. Crocuses do best in full sun. Since they are generally low-maintenance, it’s best to water them regularly in the spring and fall. Keep in mind that they go dormant in the summer, so it’s best to keep their soil dry during this season.
Daffodil is also one of the flowers that mark the arrival of spring. These vibrant yellow bulbs are one of the easiest and most popular flowers to plant for spring. Similar to crocus, daffodils thrive best under full sun. Water them regularly in the spring and fall. Keep in mind that they go dormant in the summer, so it’s best to keep their soil dry during this season.
You know that spring has finally arrived once you see forsythias blooming. Forsythias grow best with at least six hours of direct sun. Keep the soil moist, but don’t overwater it.
If you want an exotic-looking flower, then opt for fritillaria. Fritillaria grows under full sun or light shade. It requires regular watering after it blooms.
Hyacinths are one of the fragrant flowers to plant for spring since they are easy to grow. Plus, their flowers last for weeks. It thrives under full sun or partial shade. Allow the soil to dry out before watering.
Pansies and Violas
We love pansies and violas since you can plant them during winter. They are easy to care for and cold-tolerant plants. They love lots of sun, but they die during the summer heat. Keep the soil moist, but don’t overwater it.
Primrose is one of the beautiful flowers to plant for spring. Although they are very susceptible to root rot, so it’s best to check the soil before watering. Primrose requires bright, indirect sunlight.
Another gorgeous flower to plant for spring, Rhododendron thrives under dappled shade. Keep the soil moist, but don’t overwater it.
Sweet Alyssum looks delicate, but they are hardy plants. It’s best to water them every week, but make sure the water drains well to avoid root rot. It blooms best with at least six hours of full sun.
One of the iconic flowers to plant for spring is tulips. They are actually one of the favorite flowers to decorate homes. They prefer full sun and water them every two weeks.
Which of these flowers are you going to plant for spring? Check out our Plant Care blog to learn more about different houseplants and tips on how to keep your plants alive and healthy.
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