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Like the popular saying goes, ‘April showers bring May flowers.’ At HAPRI, we love Spring — it’s the rebirth and awakening of nature. The birds start chirpin’, the bees are buzzin’, and all things floral are in bloom … it’s a picturesque scene straight out of Bambi. We’re ecstatic about the prospects of new little blossoms in the coming months.
However, gardening can be pretty challenging. A few years ago, I planted an array of beautiful flowers in mid-April and they didn’t survive the up-and-down Spring weather. Huge bummer! To help you have the best blooms, we’ve created HAPARI’s Spring Floral Guide.
Check it out!
We’ve curated a list of the top flowers to plant for Spring. The ones that will withstand the up-and-downs of Spring weather, and still have healthy, vibrant blooms.
One of the most beloved flowers, the Pansy, is perfect for Spring. This colorful flowers loves cooler temperatures, well-watered soil and lots of sunlight. The Pansy is considered a ‘hardy’ annual that can withstand sporadic Spring weather.
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Colorful and super tough, the Coneflower is a great option for Spring. The flower is aptly named due to it’s petals opening to form a cone while in bloom and its raised center. The coneflower can bloom from early Spring to late Summer.
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Hellebore flowers produce beautiful blooms of surprising resilience. The flower can withstand Spring frosts, warm temps, and everything in between – making it one of the best flowers to plant for Spring.
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These bright blue flowers brighten up any space! Forget-me-nots work great in shaded gardens and in mild Spring climates and bloom from early May to late October. As with most wildflowers, there’s minimal care for these bright beauties.
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Last but definitely not least, the beloved Lilac. I mean, really, who doesn’t love Lilac? It’s one of the most deliciously fragrant Spring flowers. It’s also a garden favorite. The Lilac can grow up to 20 feet tall and wide and grows best in full sun with well-drained soil.
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Ahhhh… it’s almost as if one can smell the blooms off the page. I hope HAPARI’s Spring Floral Guide helps you pick the best blooms for your garden; whether you’re looking for easiest-to-keep-alive or picking by color!
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