The 10 Flowers To Plant In Spring

With the arrival of the beautiful days the desire for color, fragrance and life grows.

The best way to celebrate the arrival of summer is to plant flowers to decorate your gardens, terraces and balconies.

Spring flowers are a combination of beauty, delicacy and fragrance that make the outdoor areas of the house beautiful and pleasant, enriching them with a feminine and delicate touch that, as well as decorative, is good for the heart.

Which are the 10 flowers to plant in spring, suitable to live in our home spaces?

Margherita

Without any doubt the Queen of Spring Flowers, in her candid simplicity, really likes it.

Daisies are very simple to grow, just give them at least 6 hours of direct light per day and abundant water every day. The ideal time to plant the seeds is towards the end of March, preferably in an earthenware vase.

Tulip

Its many colors make it the protagonist of many decorative compositions, very appreciated also during ceremonies, for the composition of original bouquets.

The bulbs are planted in winter, in November/December, but the tulip blooms around April, so even tulips are spring flowers.

If they have not been buried in time, it is possible to buy them already grown and next winter to integrate the vase with new bulbs, perhaps of different colors, to create a creative composition.

Rose

It blooms in May, so roses are considered late spring flowers.

Not easy to cultivate in pots, you must choose the right quality and take care to be advised a good soil, also according to the area where you live. You can shorten the longer branches, roses which come out as bushes, to speed up their flowering. The most important pruning is done, on the contrary, by the end of winter.

They need a lot of light, so it is good to place them in an area that is often sunny and a good fertilizer to support the adequate nourishment.

Buttercup

It is a beautiful flower, uncommon but very appreciated.

Buttercups are spontaneous, fresh, youthful-looking and fascinating spring flowers, thanks also to their bright color. Extremely easy to cultivate, as they fall into the category of wild flowers, it is enough to provide them with a very soft soil and guarantee them a good dose of daily water.

Geranium

It blooms all year round but explodes, literally and luxuriantly, around April/May, so even geraniums are considered spring flowers to all intents and purposes. They exist in all shades of pink, in white or bright red.

Particular flowers and with an original shape, not demanding to be cultivated, suitable also for the beginners of gardening and with a splendid decorative rendering.

Begonia

It is advisable to plant it in round, low pots, using good soil.

The cultivation of begonias is not difficult but they are rather delicate spring flowers so they should be cared for with some care. Particular care must be given to watering, which must be well calibrated, in order to ensure that it is abundant but does not cause water stagnations which could cause the plant to rot quickly.

Gerbera

The largest and most colorful gerbera variant of the daisy.

The variety of colors is the strong point of gerberas, spring flowers that really carry all spring colors: purple, white, orange, yellow and red. The only suggestion for the good cultivation of this flower is to pay much attention to water stagnations that threaten to ruin it.

The gerbera can also be grown in areas that are not particularly sunny because it does not fear much shade.

Violet

Named after its classic color, beautiful, deep purple.

Violets are flowers that communicate romance and innocence, better to plant them in the ground than in a vase, they need a soft soil and a lot of water and light and they bloom between April and May. They are particular spring flowers, small and elegant looking, very feminine and decorative.

Primrose

Its name comes from the earliness of its flowering.

Primroses, in fact, are the first spring flowers to bloom, around February/March.

They grow in bunches of 4/5 and have a delicate white color at the ends of the petals and a bright yellow in the center.

They grow very well even in shady conditions and without great need for care and attention, being flowers that usually grow spontaneously in the undergrowth.

Geranium

It blooms all year round but explodes, literally and luxuriantly, around April/May, so even geraniums are considered spring flowers to all intents and purposes. They exist in all shades of pink, in white or bright red.

Particular flowers and with an original shape, not demanding to be cultivated, suitable also for the beginners of gardening and with a splendid decorative rendering.

Begonia

It is advisable to plant it in round, low pots, using good soil.

The cultivation of begonias is not difficult but they are rather delicate spring flowers so they should be cared for with some care. Particular care must be given to watering, which must be well calibrated, in order to ensure that it is abundant but does not cause water stagnations which could cause the plant to rot quickly.

Gerbera

The largest and most colorful gerbera variant of the daisy.

The variety of colors is the strong point of gerberas, spring flowers that really carry all spring colors: purple, white, orange, yellow and red. The only suggestion for the good cultivation of this flower is to pay much attention to water stagnations that threaten to ruin it.

The gerbera can also be grown in areas that are not particularly sunny because it does not fear much shade.

Narcissus

Thanks to its white-yellow color, the narcissus symbolizes the sun, the arrival of heat and vital energy.

Daffodils are early spring bulbous flowers, blooming in early March and remaining lush until autumn.

It is advisable to plant them in sandy soil and be careful to remove dry or damaged leaves every time they appear, to allow the flower to grow strong and healthy.

There is nothing left to do but choose, among these 10 flowers to plant in spring, your favorite one and hurry up to plant it, to have, in a month or two, a balcony or a garden full of flowers and perfumed, naturally decorated thanks to these splendid frills that Nature offers us.

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