- Lilies of the valley
- Hazel grouse or fritillaria
- Brandushka or bulbokodium
After a long winter, I really want to see flowers on my site as early as possible, bright, cute, fragrant. Our tips site has decided to choose for you the most popular, beautiful and common flowers that will allow you to create a real spring flower bed. Most of them, by the way, are unpretentious.
Well, without them! Yellow, white, red, pink, striped, fluffy and with four petals, very different. In general, there are now more than 150 varieties of tulips, so you definitely have a choice. These are perennials, one bulb will bloom for several years, you just need to dig them out after flowering and store in a dark, dry, cool place until a new planting. In flower beds, tulips can be both alone and in the vicinity of other spring flowers.
“Friends and colleagues” of tulips blooming at the same time and, often, in the same flower bed. With a border of daffodils, which are also different, it is quite possible to frame a planting of tulips. It will turn out very nice.
The portal wrote in detail about how to grow these spring flowers, which are among the first to appear. The large number of varieties, unpretentiousness and very attractive appearance make crocuses a popular spring flower. You only need to choose varieties that bloom in early spring..
Delicate, very early, listed in the Red Book. The official name is galanthus, there are 16 common species of these perennials. Snowdrops look great on their own, in a separate flower bed, and can also be combined with other spring flowers.
Fluffy, very bright, with a variety of shades – these flowers will adorn any flower bed. This bulbous flower belongs to the perennials of the Liliaceae family. With a height of 12 to 40 centimeters, hyacinths look great in one flower bed – from undersized at the edges to high in the center. Or the corresponding rows.
Lilies of the valley
Another snow-white and very cute spring flower. There is practically no need to take care of a flower bed with lilies of the valley, they grow quickly and displace the weeds themselves. A perennial with an incredible aroma, you just can’t walk past such a flower bed.
A low, very bright flower that can be of various shades – there are 480 species! In flower beds, primrose, by the way, goes well with taller tulips and hyacinths. The unpretentious, blooming primrose for almost a month has become one of the most popular spring flowers in our country..
Hazel grouse or fritillaria
The popular name is, of course, better known. Tall, stately flower with bright bells of inflorescences. The most popular spring variety is Imperial, it is also called the Tsar’s lily.
These simple, low, but bright flowers are called spring flowers for a reason. They bloom very early, practically do not need care, there are many varieties. A direct competitor to the snowdrop in terms of attractiveness and early flowering. Looks good next to him in the flowerbed.
Brandushka or bulbokodium
The gentle folk name reflects all the benefits of this early spring flower. Simple enough, but noticeable, attractive, gentle, short. There is no stem, it blooms immediately on the corm. Often, brandy are planted as a spring decoration for an alpine slide, in a rocky garden or as the first low row of a mixborder.
It is important to remember that all early spring flowers should be planted in late summer or early fall. In this case, they will overwinter, become hardened and as soon as the snow melts and the spring sun warms up, they will show active growth. So this fall, do not forget to create your most beautiful and delicate spring flower bed of perennials.