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A Guide to Seasonal Flowers

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Many flowers depend on the four seasons – winter, spring, summer and autumn. There are some flowers that can grow all year round are not at all effected by the changing of seasons. However, others are highly dependent on the season and won’t grow otherwise. It is important, if you want to grow your own flowers that you know which season each flower grows in. If you’re unsure at the moment, don’t worry. You have come to the right place because we are going to show you which flowers grow in which seasons. Follow our advice and you won’t go wrong. Here we have put together a list of flowers that are to be grown in a certain season. You may find that some flowers will be listed in more than one season. That’s because some flowers are more versatile than others and can stand a change of season.

Winter is a cold season that occurs from December to February. In the southern hemisphere, however, it occurs during June – August. The flowers that bloom during the winter include: Statice, Carnation, Lily, Phlox, evergreens, acashia, holly berry, Roses, Protea, cyclamen, amaryllis, pansy, Orchid, Narcissus, pepperberry, Ginger, and Alstromeria.

In the Northern Hemisphere, spring occurs from March to May, but in the Southern Hemisphere – from September to November. Spring is a beautiful season that promotes plant and animal growth. The flowers that bloom during spring include: Tulip, Heather, Helleborus, Hollyhock, Hyacinth, poppy, calla lily, Agapanthus, Amaryllis, Anemone, Zinnia, Lilac, Corn flower, and many more. Unsurprisingly, many flowers bloom in spring.

Summer is a hot season and in which floral growth is the greatest. Summer occurs during June to August, whilst in the Southern hemisphere, it occurs from December to February. In summer the flowers that bloom include: Lilac, Baby’s breath, allium, casa blanca lily, iris, cosmos, heather, Dahlia, bird of paradise, calla lily, alstromeria, freesia, kangaroo paw, carnation, dianthus, foxglove, cockscombe, gladiolus, campanula, alchemilla, delphinium, genista, star gazer, and gloriosa lily.

The season of the harvest, August is a season that is neither too hot nor too cold. It falls between September and November. This is the season where leaves change color and drop of the trees. Flowers that bloom during this month are as such: China berry, misty blue, salvia, lily, sunflower, allium, baby’s breath, yarrow, bittersweet, orchid, zinnia, acacia, freesia, Asiatic, rover, quince, protea, star of Bethlehem., solidago and Queen Anne’s lace.

When it comes to flowers, it can be a challenge to ensure that everything you grow in your garden is in season. You want to make sure that all of the flowers you pick will grow. So avoid trying to do it all on your own without help. By reading our list of seasonal flower, you will have hopefully have learned what flowers suit which season. Growing your own flowers is one of those tasks that is enjoyable but needs to be done properly otherwise everything can go wrong. Many people forget that different flowers require different things. The same goes for the seasons. So if you try growing a spring flower in winter, it clearly isn’t going to work. It simply will not grow. There’s no reason why your garden can’t look fabulous all the time. As long as you follow our guidance and stick to the information we have provided to you, you can plant all sorts of flowers in your garden for each season that comes along.

Growing flowers is a fantastic hobby that is enjoyable and rewarding. Start planting your flowers now because spring is just around the corner.

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