Flowers You Should Grow in the Garden
In the wake of modern lifestyle mores amongst other things, it is becoming less and less common for people to own a backyard or a stretch of land where they can set up a garden. As a consequence, people turned to indoor gardening techniques in order to sustain an interest that is otherwise difficult to sustain in current times. Flowers form a key component of the garden, not only adding an aesthetic zest to the garden but also establishing an aroma while playing a key role in the larger schematics of nature, such as facilitation of pollination amongst other things. Here are some flowers you can grow in your garden!
- Sunflower – it needs six to eight hours of direct sunlight to thrive. They can grow from six to ten feet tall.
- Marigold – one of the easiest flowers to grow in your garden. Can thrive in all weather conditions. They come in colors like yellow, orange, and cream and can grow from six inches to two feet tall.
- Allium – plant during fall as it blooms in late spring. They are tall globe-shaped flowers and attract bees and butterflies. Requires full sun and well-draining soil.
- Daffodil – blooms in early spring. Plant daffodils in a sunny spot as it requires six hours of sunlight.
- Fuchsia – blooms in summer. All that fuchsia needs is some sunshine and well-drained soil. There are thousands of varieties and colors of fuchsia.