15 Hardy Flowers For Beginners

by Marry Dell

    There is nothing better than enjoying the beauty of the colorful flowers in your garden, right? However, you have not known to choose the right types yet to grow easily and successfully. Look no further, let’s start with 15 Hardy Flowers For Beginners today. They also are great options for anyone who lacks experience as they are among the easiest to grow with basic care. These low-maintain flowers are what you need!
    15 Hardy Flowers For Beginners
    These easy-to-grow flowers will not only help your garden and living space more vivid but also help you gain confidence in the garden. They can grow well with just a little care such as getting enough sunlight, and well-drained and moist soil. Each has its own growth properties, and all of them reward your efforts with profuse growth. It’s time to start with just the one easy flower, or select a few and get growing to fill your flower bed, a porch container, or pots.

    #1 Snapdragons

    Source: Gardenerspath

    Snapdragons bloom heavily with pink and cream flowers. They can stand up to the harsh weather in spring and fall.

    #2 Cosmos

    Source: Gardengatemagazine

    Cosmos can grow in poor soils to display stunning flowers. They favor growing in full sun and tolerate drought once they’re up and growing.

    #3 Morning Glories

    Source: Boktowergardens

    Morning Glories are easy to grow because they can drop their seeds and self-sow readily.

    #4 Marigolds

    Source: Gilmour

    Marigolds are easy to grow in sunny spots and bring your garden yellow, red and gold flowers when they bloom all summer long.

    #5 Daylilies

    Source: Gardenersworld

    Daylilies are sun-loving perennials that can grow well in any kind of soil as long as it drains easily.

    #6 Coneflower

    Source: Hgvt

    Coneflower prefers full sun and tolerates some drought to produce red, pink, coral, white, and orange flowers.

    #7 Zinnia

    Source: Thespruce

    Zinnia can be found in almost every color except blue. Its flowers look like daisies or dahlias, spiders or pom-poms and more. They grow well in the sun with good air circulation.

    #8 Dianthus

    Source: Pixabay

    The flowers of Dianthus attract butterflies to its sweetly scented blooms from spring to frost. You can grow them for sunny beds, containers, and borders to enjoy their stunning flowers.

    #9 Phlox

    Source: Greenmylife

    Phlox is an easy-to-grow perennial and prefers full sun. It comes in lavender, white, coral, and pink.

    #10 Sunflowers

    Source: Gardenerspath

    ‘Shock-O-Lat’ is a sunflower with giant flowerheads, its blooms are the deep, dark brown color of a chocolate bar. This sunflower variety can grow up to about 6 feet high.

    #11 Calendula

    Source: Thespruce

    Calendula is a low-maintenance flower that can grow easily from its seed. It grows well in full to part sun and tolerates heat.

    #12 Daffodils

    Source: Ucanr

    Daffodils burst into bloom each spring to spruce up your garden with color and fragrance. Giove to a sunny or partly sunny home in the garden for its best growth.

    #13 Yarrow

    Source: Silverfallsseed

    Yarrow is easy to grow if planted in full sun from summer into early fall. It does well in average and even poor soils as long as it has good drainage.

    #14 Begonias

    Source: Thespruce

    Begonias is a tough plant that looks great in hanging baskets, containers, or garden beds. It prefers to grow in sun or shade to bring lots of lush colors.

    #15 Pansies

    Source: Guiniridge

    Pansies display pretty blooms in spring and fall. They favor growing in sun and well-draining soil.

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