Everyone will have their favorite spring flowers so this list is the personal choice of its author. Having said that the idea is that this selection may encourage you to try a flower that you have not grown before. This list of the top ten spring flowers comes from an article by Betty which I found on the Top Inspired website.
With spring coming soon, it?s time to take a look at some spring flowers?that are perfect for our garden at this time of the year. Nature never stops to amaze us and there is plenty of inspiration you can take from it. When it comes to flowers, the choice is endless.
If you were wondering what flowers to buy for the following season, you can just scroll along and see which of the ten, beautiful flowers that we picked is going to work for you. No matter if you want your colors to be white, pink, purple or colorful, we are sure you are going to find what you need!
The Snowdrop Anemone grows in well-drained soil and blooms in late spring or early summer. It needs to be watered regularly during the first season of growing in order to establish good root system. Also, make sure to water it if the weather is too hot outside and divide the clumps every 2-3 years. The Snowdrop Anemone needs full to partial sun for best growth.
2. Peruvian Lily
The Peruvian Lily blooms in late spring or early summer and is available in more colors, such as pink, orange and white, to name few. These flowers become invasive when growing and require more space because of that. Full sun location is the best for them, but they?ll need partial shade during hot weather. The Peruvian Lily needs to be watered regularly and if it dries out, cut it back to 4 inches.