Spring Flowers

Spring flowers are what everyone looks forward to seeing. From the Crocuses that bloom at the very beginning, to the many different perennials, such as peonies or poppies, that finish blooming at the end of spring.

Some of the flowers listed below grow both during spring and summer. People love when the flowers of spring begin to bloom, because they know warmer weather is on the rise.

Pansy Flower

Pansy Flower

There is nothing like walking through a beautiful garden full of brightly colored, beautiful looking and smelling, springtime flowers. This is one of the busiest times for gardeners.

With all the different types of flowers for spring to choose from, one must decide how they want to arrange their garden: by color, style, (meaning bulbs or perennials), or even just your favorites.

They come in many different bright and beautiful colors. The main colors of flowers planted during this season are: red, pink, orange, yellow, blue, purple, and even white.

If you are planting white flowers, be careful of where you plant them. Some white flowers that are planted in the early spring can turn brown due to frost.

If you want to get a jump start on planting your spring flowers the Flower House FHSH200 StarterHouse Seed Starter is a very small greenhouse that will fit just about anywhere and will protect your plants allowing you to start planting earlier in the season.

Tulips are a beautiful flower to plant, and remind everyone that Easter is on the way. They come in colors such as, pink, orange, yellow, and white. You could have a whole garden on tulips alone. Beautiful!

Spring is the time to plant perennials. Perennials grow in late spring, through early summer. Some examples of perennials are Lily of the Valley, Geraniums, Candytuft, and Forget-Me-Nots.

Periwinkle

Periwinkle

Flower Bulbs are also popular among spring gardens. Crocuses are a very popular type of bulb to plant for spring. Spring flowering bulbs are usually planted in the fall and then grow in the spring. They are planted in the fall because they need the cold in order to grow.

Spring is also the time to get your summer annuals started. Some great annuals to start planting towards the end of spring are, petunias, marigolds, and nemesia.

Another wonderful sign of spring is the many wonderful trees that grow flowers. I know I love to ride down a street full of beautiful cherry flowering trees. All that pink just reminds me that my favorite season has arrived.

There is definitely a lot to think about when it comes to what flowers for spring to plant. Review the many different flower names we have listed below, and have fun picking out your spring garden!

Types of Spring Flowers:

Anemone

Basket of Gold

Bleeding Heart

Brunnera Macrophylla

Candytuft

Columbine

Coral Bells

Creeping Phlox

Crocus

Daffodil

Dianthus

Easter Cactus

Euphorbia

Flame Violet

Forget-Me-Not

Forsythia

Fuchsia Plant

Gardenia

Geranium

Hibiscus Flower

Honeysuckle Vine

Hyacinth

Iris Flower

Lilac Shrub

Lily of the Valley

Lupine

Pansy

Peony

Periwinkle

Poppy

Primrose

Rhododendron Shrub

Solomons Seal Plant

Tulip

Violet

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