Is your flowerbed ready for spring? There are a number of different flowers that grow in the spring. Some are well-known and very popular, while others aren’t grown that often. Will you grow any of these spring flowers in your garden this year?
Azaleas are large, gorgeous flowering shrubs. In some areas, huge azalea festivals are held.
Birds of Paradise are an exotic flower resembling a flying bird. It has a very uncommon shape and look to it, making it a popular flower for those who want to grow something a little different.
The Cherry Blossom is a beautiful flowering tree that explodes in white and pink during the spring. The tree is very popular in Japan, and today, cherry blossom festivals are held all over the world. One great festival is held in Washington, D.C.
Dahlias are large blooms that come in many different colors and shapes. They’re great flowers to grow if you don’t have a lot of space because they do well in containers.
The Daffodil is a popular flower that grows in many areas.
The Gardenia is a very aromatic flower that lasts for quite some time when cut. It’s also sometimes used as hedges or as part of ground cover.
The Glory of the Snow isn’t as well known. It blooms in the early spring and is a pale blook color with some darker purples along the edges.
Then there’s the Hyacinth, an amazing pillar of flowers that comes in many different colors and smells great.
People love Lilacs! They smell great and look incredible.
The Marigold, which usually comes in yellow or gold, is a pretty common flower in many areas—so common that some people start to think of them almost as weeds!
Naturally, the beautiful rose starts blooming in the spring.
Another amazingly colorful flower is the Tulip. It comes in many different shades, sizes, and height.
Which of these flowers do you love the most? Let us know and then send flowers in Washington, DC, to your loved ones.