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Popular Spring Flowers for a Beautiful Garden ...

By Maxine

Do you love popular spring flowers but find it difficult to name them? Although it’s not necessary to know their names in order to enjoy their beauty and fragrance, it’s nice to be able to put names with their faces. If you’re still trying to learn the names of certain popular spring flowers, this site can help you: It has the pictures and names of some of the most popular spring flowers. Here are a few you may have seen or heard of.

1 Daffodils

flower, yellow, flowering plant, cut flowers, floristry,Daffodils are usually one of the very first signs that spring is just around the corner. Another name for these pretty, delicate, yellow and white beauties is jonquils. No matter where you go, you see them popping up everywhere—in lawns, pastures, container gardens and flower beds! They are definitely one of the most popular spring flowers.

2 Crocuses

flower, plant, flowering plant, flora, crocus,These beautiful, dainty flowers come in a variety of colors but predominately are lilac, yellow, white and mauve. The petals form the shape of a cup and taper off into a narrow tube.


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3 Grape Hyacinths

blue, flower, plant, hyacinth, spring,Also called bluebells, these petite, blue petals are shaped like bells surrounded with a thin layer of white on the bottom. They also resemble little bunches of grapes. When planted in good soil, they tend to multiply quickly. They require little feeding and watering in the summer and like the sun or light shade.

4 Tulips

flower, flowering plant, plant, tulip, floristry,Tulips come in a variety of colors and shapes. They flower in the spring and become dormant in the summer when the flowers and leaves die back, leaving them emerged above the ground as a shoot from the underground bulb. They are very popular throughout the world as ornamental garden plants and cut flowers.

With spring just around the corner, now is the perfect time to get your hands dirty!

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