Winter Flowers, Types of Winter Flowers For Garden Winter

Posted by Syaiful Bahri on Friday, November 25, 2011



Winter Flowers, Types of Winter Flowers For Garden Winter. Daisies, lavender, narcissus, rose, lily, tulip flower is part of a widespread winter gardens beautiful during the winter. These flowers are yellow, purple, orange and red shades are available. Gardener takes a lot of effort in the winter arrange these flowers in a creative manner. Flowers in winter, should be arranged in such a way that shows the brightness of flowers.

September is the month right in the factory. These flowers are appropriate to enhance the winter garden in the yard in March, to give an exclusive look, there are many flowers bloom from September. There are also confident that blooms very cold weather. These winter flowers frozen soil, can survive even in a blanket of snow. List of flowers from spring to fall here.

Firethorn
Winter Jasmine
Snow Berry
Honey suckle
Mahonia
Japonica shikimic

The best way to start in the winter garden is to plant some shrubs and durable. These shrubs have berries from time to time, and also features a brightly colored flowers. Such a flowering shrub that is witch hazel blooms in January and February. Certain plants flower in winter only widen the spicy aroma is not bright colors. It's a Holly bush has dark green leaves and bright, bright red berries, add great color to your winter garden. Rosemary is one of the flowers that bloom during the winter. Not only in milder climates, extreme cold these flowers.

Gardening Tips: You need to choose a plant to withstand cold weather and extremely durable. And most other plants are dormant this time of year, these sturdy plants produce flowers in winter. These hardy plants flower, you can add color and charm to the winter garden. Some flowers, depending on the temperature range in the region. Yes, please keep in mind when choosing the right plants for your garden.

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