Top Most Inspiring Spring Blooms
While it is officialy spring, in some places it might not seem so with the heavy snowfalls and harsh winds. However, today we are going to discover top most inspiring spring blooms to get into the spring mood, so stay for a while and read on!
Best Flowers for Spring Garden
Pansy is a great spring time flower, which is absolutely great for meeting the spring! They are quite small, and can tolerate last frosts of winter. As an annual plant, they can be potted right on the ground, or could be planted in window boxes or containers. There are a lot of different varieties of pansies, as they generally are derived from Viola Tricolor hybrids.
The name of this plant comes from the unique heart-shaped blossoms. Some of the varieties grow only in spring, while others also grow in summer. This plant loves to be in partial to full shade, while the soil should be rather moist soil that is well-drained. It is a perennial, by the way.
This one is real spring plant that dies off completely by June. Its lush green foliage along with canary yellow blooms is the first sign of spring visible. Yellow Trillium enjoys shade and moist soil. It can grow up to 16 inches tall.
These little flowers are not only festive for spring, but also very fragrant. They can also tolerate lower temperatures, and might also have a second bloom in snow. The snowdrop anemone prefers full sun and moist, well-drained soil. It can grow up to 6 inches tall and can be 12 inches wide.
Lilac is not only a pretty blossom, its fragrance rings a bell of Spring upon every corner where it blooms. These flowers come in various forms, from dwarf shrub versions to full blown trees. There are also different varieties in color, shapes and even scents!