‘Tis the Season for Winter Flowers
We all love the look of beautiful flower beds brimming with color and vibrancy, but it may seem as though that’s an impossibility during the harsh cold temps of winter months. There are, however, great winter flowers that will elevate the appeal of your winter landscape. Get ready to plant away so that, season by season, you still have a lovely yard to show off—even when everyone else’s is looking dismal.
When you’re looking for flowers that bloom in winter, your best bet will be to talk to a local landscape maintenance company or an expert at a nursery in your area. They’ll be knowledgeable on the various types of flowers that grow in winter and which winter flowers actually fare the best in your particular climate zone and growing region. Some winter flowers weather the harshest freezes, while other species of cold weather flowers may need to stay in more temperate areas.
Beautiful and Bold, Even When It’s Cold
If you want to keep the look of your landscape cohesive, choose your flowers for winter based on some of the other winter plants you have in your garden and throughout the other areas of your yard. Regardless of whether you love bright bursts of color or want something a little more subdued, there are perfect late blooming flowers to keep you perky all winter long.
Some of the best winter flowers include:
- English daisy
- English primrose
- Erica, or heath
- Fairy primrose
- Iceland poppy
- Lilly of the valley
- Ornamental kale
- Paper daisy
- Winter jasmine
- Winter rose
You’ve put the investment of time and money into keeping your landscape looking beautiful; but unless you’re planting the right flowers, your winter months will seem barren of the life and color you’ve worked so hard to achieve. Plan well and plan early so that you’re planting those beautiful winter flowers when they’ll have time to take root and grow right on through the cold season with ease.
Bloom beautifully all winter long! Call the team of experts at Executive Landscaping, Inc., to schedule your consultation today!