The bloomers are of course the long flowering plants rather than the mistakes that some novice gardeners make. This list of plants has been selected for their ability to produce color in the garden for a long period and to repeat the performance for several seasons. These flowers that bloom all year long are described in an article by Betty which I found on the Top Inspired website.
Looking after flowers can be challenging at times. You want to take good care, but sometimes it?s demotivating when you know that the plant will last just for one season or so. This is the moment when you need to choose flowers that bloom all year ? long.
The Cindarella Stock is a long flowering beauty that is ideas for flower borders and cottage gardens. It needs to be planted in a full ? sun position in a sheltered bed with well ? drained soil. Make sure that the soil you use is?neutral to slightly alkaline.
When it comes to pruning, cut it back after flowering. Unfortunately, the Cindarella Stock might bring you some trouble, as it can be affected by some diseases and pests.
2.?Blue Pincushion Flower
There are two types of pincushion flowers ? annual and perennial. The annual pincushion flowers should be replanted every year, while the perennials have a foliage that returns every year and remains green as well. The pincushions need a well ? drained, rich soil and full sun position, however they don?t like too hot or too cold weather. They don?t need to be watered too often ? once in a week is fine if there isn?t any rainfall, or twice a week if the weather is dry and hot.
The nasturtium comes in more than 50 varieties. You can choose between climbing, cascading or bushy nasturtiums and?each of these requires to be planted in full ? sun position and in a well ? drained, poor soil that will result with bigger blooms. If you plant them in rich soil or use too much of a fertilizer, it will just result in small number of flowers and lush foliage. You can use the nasturtium to?chase away aphids away from other plants.