Winter Flowers

Winter flowers come in all sorts of shapes and sizes but you may be thinking that the only types of flowers found during the cold of winter are indoor flowers. Well guess what? There are flowers in the winter that can grow outdoors, as well as indoors.

No matter what type of climate you live in, there are flowers that you can grow in an outside garden.

Poinsettia Flower

Poinsettia Flower

There is actually quite a selection of flowers available to you in the winter. Among them are Crocus in the Snow, Glory of the Snow, Christmas Rose, and of course the Poinsettia Plant.

The color of garden winter flowers varies on whether you will be planting the flowers inside or out. For inside gardens there are many colors to choose from. Almost every color is available for indoor flowers in the winter.

Now for an outdoor garden in the winter, the colors are very limited. Think of the cool crisp days of winter, and you have your color palette. Blue, violet, white, and the occasional yellow.

For outdoor gardens your main plants will be shrubs and Flower Bulbs. Some great choices for an outdoor flowers of winter garden are Snowdrop Flower, Winter Aconite, and Witch Hazel.

Before you decide on which plants you want to adorn your outdoor winter garden, check out the different plants and all the different colors they come in to have the perfect outside garden.

Christmas Cactus

Christmas Cactus

There are many options to choose from for a garden indoors. There are many more colors to choose from, and many more plants. You can have a great time mixing and matching different color combinations.

Did you know that you can grow Fall Flowers and Spring Flowers indoors during the winter? Well now you do. You can take seeds or cuttings from Annuals you had planted during the fall or summer, and grow them inside your home in the winter.

Summer Flowers in the wintertime will really brighten up your home! Just think, Impatiens Flowers inside in the winter!

A great plant to have inside in the winter are African Violet Plants. They come in red, violet, pink, and white. African Violet Plants are very easy to maintain, and look very pretty. They are sure to brighten up a dreary room.

If you are planning on having flowers indoors during the winter, be sure you know what kind of temperatures each plant needs to be in to survive. Don’t put plants in areas that may become too cold or too hot.

Have fun arranging different color combinations both inside and out. Enjoy a very colorful winter!

Types of Winter Flowers:

African Violet Plants

Amaryllis Flower

Cape Primrose

Christmas Cactus Plant

Christmas Rose

Coralberry

Crocus in the Snow

Cyclamen

Flowering Maple

Glory of the Snow

Jasmine Plant

Kaffir Lily

Kalanchoe Plant

Lady Slipper Orchids

Moth Orchid

Poinsettia Plants

Primrose Flower

Snowdrop Flower

Squill

Winter Aconite

Witch Hazel

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