The best flowering plants for the cutest garden
Tired of seeing your garden faded and lifeless? In Between Plants and Pots I bring you the best plants with flowers to fill your garden with color and make it the most beautiful of all.
Amaranth can grow from 18 inches to 6 feet tall in a variety of colors that include orange, red, gold, purple and green. This annual direct sowing plant does not tolerate shade, moisture or transplantation.
These tropical-looking flowers have lush foliage and beautiful color. Although they don’t bloom until summer, spring planting will give them time to establish and produce intense flowers.
Plant this fragrant grass in full sun and on well-drained soil. Lavender will attract birds and butterflies to your garden.
Agapanth grows best in full sun or partial shade and in pots.
The garden cosmos is one of the most beautiful flowering plants you could plant. It is a perennial that grows up to 5 feet tall in full sun and in white, pink and crimson.
The lily is the perfect perennial according to gardeners. Its stems of multiple flowers can grow in any type of soil and with very little care.
The Gaillardia looks like a miniature sunset fading between yellow, orange, red and burgundy. Love the sun’s rays, so don’t plant them in full shade.
According to the Victorian language of flowers, daisies represent innocence, but perennials work much harder than their meaning reveals. Lots of tall stems bloom for months and never stop reappearing next spring.
Which of these flowering plants would you put in your garden?