Spring is approaching, and it's time to start planning your garden's new plants, trees, and flowers. Do you want to make a change in your garden? Continue reading to discover what plants you can grow.
- A bouquet of flowers Everyone's favorite are flowers. Flowers are loved by anyone, from sunflowers to roses to daisies.
Some flowers only bloom for one year, so you'll have to replant them if you want them in your garden the following year. Others will blossom for many years if you take care of them.
- There are fruit trees. Congratulations if fruit trees thrive in your climate. When you purchase a fruit tree for your garden, you are purchasing both decor and fruit that you will be able to consume. Remember to check to see if a particular fruit tree can grow in your area, and then sit back and enjoy your delicious bounty!
- Shrubs and bushes While not everyone enjoys growing bushes and shrubs, they can provide your yard with beautiful hues and balance. Some plants produce attractive flowers. Others have interesting berries that make them attractive as ornamental plants.
Ivies and Vines are two words that come to mind when thinking of Ivies and Vines. Consider vines and ivies if you want your plants to grow tall rather than wide. You can use them to cover patios and fences, as well as decorate your yard with them.
- Plants that cover the ground. Look into ground covering plants if you wish to cover the ground between your other plants.
Spring is a wonderful time to add to your garden, adopt a new plant, and get some garden work done.