The Winter season is the time of cold wind and frost and harsh winds. it’s also time to bring a lot of negative emotions like anxiety, tiredness, or sadness for people, and they make most people lack energy. We have lots of suggestions for ways to brighten up your garden as well as lift your spirits up and get rid of the bad emotions of this winter. And that are the colors of flowering plants.
These flowers will bring a touch of color to dark winter days. They are great natural gifts bringing your life living greens to add beauty and lushness to your outdoor spaces. They are ideal for beds, borders, containers, or window boxes, from rich purple heather to sunshine-yellow winter aconite. These stunning flowers are sure to transform any garden throughout the cold months. They also are great options for those who are beginners and lack experience as they are among the easiest to grow and most economical of all flowers. Flowers with little care and naturally strong are what you need.
#1 Flowering Heather
Flowering Heather is a brilliant plant that displays beautiful bright pink flowers brightening up your winter garden. It grows low so it gives a stunning look when planted in pots on a patio.
#2 Cherry Trees
Cherry Trees are one of the most popular outdoor sights, of course, both your landscape in the yard. It produces blush pink flowers during winter on the ground, creating a truly spectacular sight.
Pansies love growing in the cold weather of winter days. They are cheerful and blooming lovely in the early season offering color in many areas.
#4 Winter Aconite
In late winter, this flowering plant shows off sunshine-yellow flowers that burst from the ground to your frost-laden garden. Keep in mind that, this plant contains poisonous, should watch out for your children or pets.
#5 Winter Honeysuckle
This flower offers creamy-white fragrant flowers that are a real statement in any garden. So, it is ideal for brightening up your garden on cold winter days and early spring.
Mahonia is a spiny-leaved evergreen shrub with dramatic foliage. From late autumn/December onwards, they commonly bloom glorious bursts of yellow flowers.
Helleborus produces beautiful flowers that have leathery, deep green leaves from February to April. Its rich purple heads look great when planted border of your garden.
#8 Winter Jasmine
Winter Jasmine creates beautiful sights with elegant flowers blooming commonly in early January. Its star-shaped flower heads emit a sweet fragrance.
#9 Winter Clematis
Winter Clematis produces a mass of flowers in a variety of shapes and colors during winter. To enjoy their beauty every year, prune them in March to encourage new growth.
During the dark and gloomy winter days, Cyclamen provides a burst of beautiful color.
Snowdrops put off bright-white flowers so it is a beautiful winter flower, hence the name. Grow the bulbs in autumn or spring to have a stunning display for the next season.