Flower bed continuous flowering

Creating a bed of continuous flowering on the plot is an exciting experience. During its formation, you feel like a real artist, the creator of beauty and are charged with positive energy! Of course, as in any lesson, it is important to gain the necessary knowledge that will help to create a real masterpiece. A flower bed of continuous flowering is not just an adornment of any plot, but also an example of creative self-realization that allows you to believe in yourself.

Scheme flowerbeds continuous flowering

The tenderness of spring. In order for the flower bed to come alive in early spring, primroses should be planted on it, to which snowdrops, proleski, forget-me-not, crocuses, primrose belong. In April, a yellow spring daisy will revive the flower bed. Next, it is worth remembering about daffodils and Arabic-Caucasian. In early May, pansies, forget-me-nots and daisies will delight. Hyacinths together with tulips will decorate a flower bed at the end of May. Do not forget about the handsome peonies!

Flower bed continuous flowering

Sunny summer and coolness of autumn. For summer, flowers such as lilies, calendula, queen of flowers - rose, alissum, delphiniums, gladioli, hydrangea or petunias are perfect. For the beginning of autumn you should pay attention to asters, chrysanthemums, marigolds, dahlias.

It is very important to select plants not only according to the timing of their flowering, but also to stop focusing on your favorite varieties!Having picked up a flower row, be sure to determine in which place of the future flower bed they will be able to emphasize its beauty and originality. If the plant does not bloom for a long time, then plant this species along the edges of the flowerbed or between other flowers, so that its greenery emphasizes the bright flowers that bloom nearby.

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A flower bed of perennials continuous flowering

  • There are plants that delight their flowering views all season. This feature can be used to preserve the festive look of a bed of continuous flowering for a long time. These flowers include decorative yarrow, which blooms at the end of spring and blooms until the end of October, craspedia, buds, which are preserved until frost, decorative onions. Becoming dry flowers, these plants will decorate the flower bed, even when the snow falls.
  • No less beautiful and original look beds of continuous flowering, which planted only a few species, usually 2 or 3.But for this you will need to purchase several varieties of one plant, differing in different periods of flowering. Perfectly proven irises, chrysanthemums, both early and late. It is also possible to achieve early flowering with the help of ordinary planting of flower seeds in late winter or early March. Seeds sown at this time for seedlings will begin to bloom 1 month earlier than those grown in open ground.
  • Also an excellent option would be to create a flower bed with evergreen curb. To create it you can use the stonecrop, evergreen iberis or periwinkle, which must be planted on the edge of the flower bed. Start the creation of flower beds of perennials of continuous flowering is recommended in the winter.

A flower bed of perennials continuous flowering

  • Then you need to find a place for freezers, woods or sleep-grass. Spring flowers perfectly complement daffodils, daisies or forget-me-nots. Add a sun spot to the daisy flowerbed. You can also land imperial hazel grouse, which will truly surprise with its beauty. Summer will emphasize liatris, zinnia or rudbeckia. But the main emphasis should be placed on long-flowering perennial flowers.
  • Astilbs or badans will look especially beautiful. No less important place in the perennial flowerbed will be occupied by such plants as catnip, errigeron, garden geranium, delphinium or sage. If you cut off the flower stalks that have withered and feed the plants, they will delight you with flowers again.
  • Beautiful phloxes, unusual cannes, rudbeksia or asters will complete the image of a bed of continuous flowering. And to complement the brightness of the composition will help miscanthus or millet brine.

Creating a bed of continuous flowering requires a lot of time and effort. To achieve the desired effect, one season may not be enough, since some flowers should be planted in the form of seedlings, while others only in the autumn months. From the first time it may not work out what you have in mind. The main drawback is considered to be the presence of voids in the flower mass. At the right time, they can be planted with evergreen trees, berries, or just make flowers in pots. But the time and effort spent will pay off in full with the joy that a flower corner, created with your own hands, will bring!

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