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Things to plant in spring garden :
Plant tips or mix seed all together, you can get lots of variety from this.
Use the evergreen style plant, make it your garden and it will grow and bloom all year.
For your entry-ways, use these summer-blooming flowers, where they look great from the inside the door, all year long.
With more flowering plants are often more fragrant, but these three would look great next to each other.
You have more choices of plants for spring flowering! If you’re more concerned with blooming in the summer, check out this list of summer blooming plants.
Even if you’re not planting any of these, it’s fun to watch the summer flowering plants start to bloom. The colors are pretty and all summer long.
I LOVE spring gardens, and with more and more houses starting to become available to buy, it’s a great time to start planning out your new flower garden.
If you’re looking for cheap stuff to start your garden off with, check out my post about what to plant in spring – the best $100 plants you can find this spring.
If you’re looking for more gardening inspiration, this list of gorgeous spring gardens can give you a great idea of what kinds of gardens you can have if you have an empty spot to plant one in your yard.
All these garden images are from GardenIma.com and GardenLover.com.
What to plant in spring garden? – (8 Garden plants that are best to plant now!)
In spring, it is time to start thinking about gardening, how to plant in your spring garden and which plants to buy. Spring is a great time to start planning out your garden and coming up with the best plants that are best for your yard or plot of land.
If you don’t have a garden, make sure that you still start planting your flowers, now, as you have the advantage of choosing what you want to grow in your backyard.
If you have some empty space, whether it be part of your backyard, balcony or entry-way, you can start to grow your flower and veggie garden!
What to plant in spring garden? –
1. Acer Palmatum – Acer Palmatum (aspen)
Tree Type: Spruce family (order Fagales)
Zone: US5 – 9
Size: 6 – 10 ft.
Height: 16 – 24 ft.
Spread: 32 – 40 ft.
As you can see from the pictures, this plant is really cool and there’s a lot to it. When I bought this, I was a little scared when I saw it, but it is really cool to look at!
They have a cool green and red look to them, and they have a fan shape with thorns on them!
I’ve never heard of them growing in my state, so I can only assume it doesn’t grow here, but it really is an interesting tree.
The thorns on the tree come in reds and golds, and they grow in a fan shape.
This is an interesting tree, one that I hadn’t even heard about, that grows from 4 to 10 feet high. It’s perfect for the garden if you don’t have a yard that has space for a big tree.
I don’t think I have heard of this tree growing here in my state, but it’s worth a shot, since it’s very interesting.
I like this tree because it has an interesting shape to it, and the thorns are different colors. They are golden yellow to yellowish-green with small red thorns.
These grow up to 5 feet tall, and they have a vertical shape to them.
2. Rudbeckia (Lollypops)
Tree Type: Aster family (Asteraceae)
Zone: US7 – 10
Size: 5 – 10 ft.
Height: 4 – 8 ft.
Spread: 20 – 30 ft.
This is an interesting and pretty flower for the spring. If you like rudbeckia and would like a larger collection of them, you should check out Rudbeckia Atropurpure