Add Spring Touch to your Garden with Wildflowers

Posted by Ocillious 28th April 2018 0 Comment(s)

Add Spring Touch to your Garden with Wildflowers

 

Spring is right on our doorstep and it is the time to encounter a number of changes in nature. The first one to be noticed is the sudden arrival of various, beautiful flowers, especially wildflowers, around you. Here are some of the flowers which would look good in your garden!

 

Trillium

 

Trillium

 

This beautiful flower is known by various other quaint, equally pretty names, such as whippoorwill flower, toadshade, and wake-robin. Its botanical name is Trillium cuneatum and it is a member of the lily family, complete with it being divided into three – petals, sepals, and leaves. The flowers come in deep maroon, with the surrounding foliage being colored in mottled dark green and gray-green. Some of the species are sweetly scented, while others have faintly foul aromas, all of them being targeted to insects.

 

Bloodroot

 

Bloodroot

 

These flowers, known as Bloodroot, belong to the family of Sanguinaria Canadensis. They have white-petaled blossoms and they pop right above the cluster of the gray-green leaves. They unfurl early, with every leaf wrapped around the stem, supporting the delicate staff just like a shawl. The gray-green leaves overtop the wilting flowers so as to shield the developing seedpods. When the flowers are cut, the rhizomes are seen to exude a red watery substance, which is actually used by Native Americans for face paint and medicinal purposes.

 

Bluebell

 

Bluebell

 

Bluebells are prominent spring flowering bulb, with vibrant blue flowers. The flowers are narrow, with its rolled tips filling the air with its unique scent, which actually is an indication of the arrival of the spring. The height can go right up to 50 cm. The bulb does not like drying out or being baked hot in spring, so make sure you take care properly and extensively.

 

Lesser Celandine

 

Lesser Celandine

 

Lesser Celandine comes with small, yellow flowers. They are perennials and are the most cheerful from February to May. This is a tough and resilient little plant, perfectly suitable in spring. They grow in abundance, if and only if the conditions are right, and form a complete carpet of leaves and flowers in some cases. The height can go up to 25 cm while it can spread across an expanse of 50 cm.

 

Shooting Star

 

Shooting Star

 

The shooting star flowers are 1-foot flower stalks, which emerge from the ground-hugging rosettes of oblong leaves. The flowers tend to be white in the Southeast along with them being pinkish in the western parts of its range. Belonging to the family of DodecatheonMeadia, these beautiful flowers occur across the eastern half of the US, right from New York to Texas. These flowers have swept-back petals and are found in glades, wooded slopes, and prairies.

 

Celandine Poppy

 

Celandine Poppy

 

These flowers are prolifically blooming wildflower and can be seen prominently in the Southeast and Midwest. Belonging to the family of StylophorumDiphyllum, it is 3 inches in size, with crepe-paper-textured flowers and the foliage being exclusively blue-green. The pods are oddly hairy looking and carry a multitude of seeds. These seeds are carried off and dropped everywhere by ants, which relish a fatty appendage on the seeds, which is called an elaiosome.

 

Coralroot

 

Coralroot

 

This flower would go perfectly with a woodland garden or some shady border. If you have someone special, who loves these flowers, or if you think you can surprise your loved ones with these, you can always send flowers to USA, Dubai, India or anywhere around the World!These coralroots are closely resembled cuckooflower and brighten up the shady areas with their soft lilac flowers!

 

Lily-of-the-valley

 

Lily-of-the-valley

 

These are exclusively spring-flowering perennials, carrying white flowers, which are simple and yet extremely elegant. The flowers are strongly scented and they grow from a thick underground rhizome, which actually produces pairs of attractive leaves in the springtime.

 

Primrose

 

Primrose

 

Primroses are actually the soft yellow flowers which almost everyone is familiar with. They are the first scented ‘roses’ of the year and are surrounded by messy foliage of textured leaves. You can make online flowers delivery possible if you’re planning to send out primroses to your loved ones!

 

Add some of the above-mentioned flowers to your garden, and you can have your own little representation of spring, right in your backyard. Wildflowers are something which people ignore, but they are as pretty as the normal ones! Do give it a try and plant them in your garden.

 

 

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