Do you know that your garden not only gives you fresh vegetables but also brings a perfect place with beautiful landscaping? If you know ways to choose the right plants, you will have an ideal outdoor for entertaining. Growing Russian flowers is a great option to bring something different and exciting to your yard. Maybe you don’t know that Russia is home to some of the most beautiful and exotic blooms. And here is the list of the best beautiful Russian flowers that you can also grow in your garden.
These flowers have a variety of bloom colors, foliage, fragrance, and growth type for every garden size and space. They are easy to plant just with full sun place, so enough watering, after a time, they will provide incredible beauty and unforgettable fresh aroma. Once your reading is done, we hope you’ll find one or some that adapt to your garden style. Check them out!
#1 Viola Incisa
The Viola Incisa plant appears in Siberia to far east Russia and North China in the vast meadow steppes. Its flowers come in violet-blue, with bright yellow-white centers. The plant does well in the spring and fall.
#2 Golden Root
Golden Root is a perennial flowering plant with yellow-green flowers, with red tips, and can grow up to 2-15 inches tall. It appears in the wild Arctic regions of Europe, North America, and Asia. It also can be found in many Russian cities like Altai and Tyva.
#3 Russian Lotus
In Vietnamese and Indian culture, the Russian Lotus is a national flower. This plant grows in water and produces beautiful and fragrant flowers, in shades of red or pink in full sun.
#4 Leopard’s Bane
Leopard’s Bane is a perennial herb that belongs to the sunflower family. In late spring and early summer, this plant showcase orange-yellow, daisy-like flowers in late spring and early summer. It prefers to grow in sandy, slightly alkaline, and well-drained soil under full sun.
#5 Autumn Crocus
As its name, the Autumn Crocus produces beautiful flowers in Fall that forms large violet, goblet-shaped blossoms with bright orange anthers and green foliage. It does well in moderately fertile, well-drained soil under full sun. Containers, borders, and rock gardens are ideal places for its growth.
The Chamomile is the national flower of Russia. This plant has daisy-like white flowers with a distinct fragrance that resembles pineapple or apple. Not just that, it is used for medicinal purposes.
#7 Schrenck’s Tulip
Schrenck’s Tulip is a bulbous herbaceous perennial and grows on the Eurasian steppe. It has great uses in both medicine and decoration. It forms beautiful bowl-shaped flowers in red, pink, mauve, white, or yellow shades. This plant grows in well-drained, loamy, and sandy soil under full sunlight.
#8 Royal Azalea
This deciduous shrub mainly grows in the Korean Peninsula, Japan, and Eastern Russia. It offers beautiful white-pink flowers from April to May. It does well in acidic, rich, and well-drained soil under dappled or partial shade.
#9 Russian Sage
Russian sage has silver-gray, fragrant foliage, and lavender-purple flowers which blossoms from late spring till fall. The plant prefers to grow in well-drained soil and full sunlight.
#10 Siberian Fawn Lily
Siberian Fawn Lily features dark pink or purple flowers, with bright yellow anthers. It prefers to grow in rich humus soil, under dappled sunlight. Flower beds and rock gardens are perfect places for its growth.
#11 Tiger Lily
Tiger Lily comes in bright, showy, orange-colored flowers with black or dark crimson spots, that resemble the skin of a tiger. It is an easy-to-grow plant and produces flowers from mid to late summer, under full sun or partial shade, and grows up to 2-5 feet tall,
#12 Fernleaf Peony
The Fernleaf Peony grows mainly in the Southern regions of Russia. It produces dark red and showy flowers. It thrives well in rich and fertile soil, under full sun to partial shade.
#13 Lady Slipper Orchid
Lady Slipper Orchid is native to the parts of Russia and Siberia. It produces large purple, red, or pink pouch-like flowers that open in the late spring and early summer.