How to Plant a Flower, how to nurture it properly, how to keep it healthy and growing, are all questions of the novice gardener. In point of fact, there are many ways to plant flowers, and by following each of them, you can assure yourself of a beautiful garden filled with vivid, vivacious, and healthy blossoms of all kinds. I've got tons of tips for planting flowers that are sure to help you, and since spring promises to get here soon, you'll definitely want to get an early start!
1. Perfectly Easy Perennials
The first step in learning how to plant a flower properly involves knowing which flowers do what. If you want to plant flowers that come back every year, then perennials are the way to go. You won't have to replant these blossoms, but they do generally have to stay where they are. The good news is that there are lots of perennials from which to choose, so you can create a gorgeous, permanent garden.
2. Amazing Annuals
Just as there are many ways to plant flowers, there are also plenty of flowers to plant. Annuals only have one growing season and then they die. That means that, each year, you'll have to replant them. That takes a lot of work, but the upside is that you're not locked into a certain flower. You can change up the way your garden looks every year. However, you doubtfully want to do that with you're entire garden, so it's a good idea to mix perennials with annuals.
3. Know Your Flowers
You need to know about more than just annuals and perennials, though. It's also vital to know which flowers fall into what groups. More than that, you also need to know how much care each flower needs. For instance, roses need to be nurtured much more than, say, marigolds. So always think about how much time you can devote to your garden.