20 Easiest To Grow Flowers For Beginners

20 Easiest To Grow Flowers For Beginners

There is nothing better than seeing 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 with success. Look no further, let’s start with a low-maintenance garden by planting our easiest to grow flowers today. They also are great options for those who are beginners and lack experience. Flowers with little care and naturally strong are what you need.
20 Easiest To Grow 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. Easy annuals such as morning glory and carnation are simple to start from seed, perennials require little care and return year after year, and bulbs are practically foolproof when planted properly. Some others can grow easily from propagating or clump division. It’s time to start with just one easy plant, or select a few and get growing to fill your flower bed, a porch container, or window box with their color and fragrance!

#1 Marigold

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Marigold is a very strong little flower that gives a lot and asks so very little! It prefers full Sun, likes well-drained loam, clay or sand. It is drought-resistant and heavy clay tolerant.

#2 Morning Glory

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You can grow morning glory vines straight from seed. They are very strong and adaptable. It grows best in full Sun, adapt to loam, lay chalk or sand-based soil as long as well-drained and kept moist.

#3 Sweet Peas

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Sweet Peas grow well in full sun and partial shade. It prefers loam or sandy loam; keep it moist but well-drained.

#4 Carnation

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Carnation is easy to grow by different methods such as seed (using a seeding tray), cuttings, or clump division. It thrives in full Sun, needs well-drained loam, chalk, or sand-based soil.

#5 Coneflower

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Coneflower is a super strong plant. It really wants little care and it adapts to so many different environments, as long as it has enough soil for its roots. It prefers full sun, needs well-drained loam, chalk, or sand-based soil.

#6 Pansies

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Pansies are very easy to grow from seed or propagate by clump division. They are really low maintenance. They grow well in full sun, dappled shade, light shade, full shade, give moist and well-drained loam clay or sandy soil.

#7 Ornamental Onion

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Onions just plant from bulbs. They need full Sun, adapt to well-drained loam, clay, chalk, or sand-based soil.

#8 Daffodil

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Daffodils are so easy to grow. You can plant from some bulbs. They will literally propagate spontaneously. They grow best in full sun, dappled shade, light shade or partial shade; adapt to most types of soil as long as well-drained (loam, sand, chalk, or clay). Keep moist in spring. They also are drought-resistant.

#9 Hollyhock

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Hollyhock is easy to grow from seeds. It loves full sun and adapts to loam, clay, chalk, or sandy soil as long as well-drained.

#10 Heather

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Heather really needs very little maintenance but it blooms for months. It prefers full Sun, needs well-drained loam, clay, or sandy soil with acidic to neutral pH.