The flower guide for the Weekend Gardener .

Everyone needs some flower guide to get the most out of their gardens, especially those who don’t have time to garden every day. Flower gardening is about stimulating the senses with the display of colors. The buzz in gardening is about whether to plant annual or perennial flowers.Some of these flowers give us textures, shapes, and heights, while others bloom insanely throughout the season.

Here is an essential floral guide for these two types of flowers to help you design a colorful color for your garden.The seeds germinate within the spring, the plants bloom and grow all season, and so they die.You have to plant them every season, but the result is instant color.

Additionally, if your design has an error about color or height, the wrong conclusion can last only one year.Years create an infinite array of colors and sizes, and most are easy to plant and grow.They can be used in cuttings, mass gardens, edges, rock gardens, mixed beds, containers, and hanging baskets.

Annual flower guide.

Most annuals are lovely plants for the weekend gardener because they are so versatile and very subtle.For all their excellent color, anniversaries are so cheap.You can start them as home-grown seedlings, or buy bed plants from your nursery or garden center. Most annuals bloom during the growing season.

Here is a list of some of the best annual flowers that are easy to grow, show great colors, and are worth every penny of a trove for planting:

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Begonia  is Grows 6 inches to 12 inches tall. lowers are white, white, red,pink, rose and scarlet.

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Tricolor Chrysanthemum is growing  2 to 3 feet tall .The flower colors are white, yellow, gold, red, or maroon, with different color bands beneath the petals. (This chrysanthemum is different from the perennial chrysanthemum known as “garden mum.”)
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Dahlia  is grows from 1 feet to 6 feet. Flowers are in all colors, expect  green and blue.

Geranium is grows up to 2 feet and Flowers are white, pink, scarlet, orange-red, red, and salmon.

Impatiens  is Growing upto 1½ feet and flower colers  are orange ,salmon, white, pink, , rose, scarlet and violet.

Marigold  is grows from 6 inches to 4 feet . The flowers are yellow, gold, orange-white, near red, and mahogany.

  is grows from 6 inch to 36 inches.The flowers are all colors except blue.


Perennial Flower Guide:

Perennial flowers live in more than one growing season and return annually.When finished with perennial flowers, their foliage gives your garden a stunning backdrop, texture, and color.Perennial flowers bloom only in a small spell and at certain times of the growing season.It is more difficult to plant a garden limited to perennials and to get the desired result of a permanent color.For this reason, a perennial blend of perennials with annual flowers is the key to a sustainable garden.

Let’s take a look at some of our favorite perennial flowers that will provide spectacular color and depth to any garden, and will grow anywhere:The flowers are bright orange (great for attracting butterflies!), And the beautiful pods cover the plant once the flowering is over.
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Butterfly weed is  grows from 1½ to 3 feet. The flowers are bright orange (great for attracting butterflies!) With pretty pods covering the ends of the flowers. It blooms all summer.

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Chrysanthemum or “garden mom” is grows from 1 to 4 feet. The flowers are all less blue in color. It blooms in the fall.

Daylily is  Grows from 1½ to 3½ feet. The flowers are blue and white except for all colors. Blooms from late spring through fall.

Felicia is grows from 1 to 2 feet; The flowers are blue petals with yellow centers. From blooms in early summer.

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  is grows up to 3 feet. The flowers are white, lavender, or pale violet, often with colorful foliage. It blooms from summer to early fall.

Peony is grows from 2 to 4 feet; The flowers are white, pink, garnet or red. It blooms from  spring to  summer.

Shasta Daisy
grows from 1 to 4 feet. The flowers have white petals generally with a yellow center. It blooms all summer.

With a little experience and planning, you can create a garden that blooms from one end to the other, from spring to fall. Bring some of these annual and perennial flowers together for a stunning mixed garden.

Learn as you go, make your own improvements… but mostly enjoy your time in your garden. As soon as you take inspiration from your garden creations, you write your own flower guide!

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