Spring Flowers

Spring Flowers

Spring is here, so I am going to tell you about the most popular flowers to get this Spring season!

Pansies- Pansies are flowers that get re-planted every year and grow best in full sunlight. They come in multiple different colors like yellow, orange, red, purple, blue, mauve, pink, white, and can even come in black.

Marigolds- Marigolds bloom within a few months and add color to any garden. They bloom in multiple colors too like yellow, gold, red, orange, and mahogany.

Petunias- Petunias grown in warmer climates tend to last longer than ones in colder climates and are the easiest flower to grow. They come in pink, purple, white, red, and yellow.

Zinnias- Zinnias can attract butterflies to your garden and are the best for floral arrangements on a table. Zinnias can be pink, purple, yellow, orange, white, red, and green.

Sunflowers- Sunflowers bloom more mid to late summer and need tons of sunlight to survive. They can actually be in multiple different colors like cream, yellow, gold, orange, red, mahogany, and even chocolate brown.

Sweet pea- Sweet peas are harder to grow then some other spring flowers but are one of the best smelling. They come in reds, blues, lavenders, pinks, and whites.

Gladiolus- These flowers grow in tall spikes, take 2 months to grow and come back every year. Their colors are white, yellow, pink, lavender, rose, burgundy, purple, and even green.

Hydrangeas- Hydrangeas bloom in clusters and only need partial sunlight to grow. Their colors are a little more limited and come in blue, purple, and white.

Morning Glories- Morning glories are favorite to hummingbirds and butterflies and can grow up to 12 feet. They have multiple colors like orange, blue, pink, purple, and multicolored.

Black Eyed Susan-  Black Eyed Susan’s grow but if they are planted around other flowers could squash them and they grow best in 70 degree’s. They have a very limited range of colors like bright yellow, gold, or bronze.

Easter Lily- Churches use Easter Lilies during Easter church ceremonies because they represent the purity of Christ and they grow back every year and have become a favorite to most. Easter Lilies only grow in white which is the reason why churches use them.