Fuchsia plants are easy to grow from propagate by cuttings and need basic maintenance, maybe cutting dead or sick branches in the spring. It prefers full sun to partial shade. Adapta to loam, clay, chalk, or sandy soil as long as well-drained and watered regularly.
Columbines are very easy to grow from seed. It grows well in full sun, dappled shade, light shade, or partial shade. Besides, adapt to most types of soil, loam, clay, chalk, or sand, as long as well-drained.
Cosmos is a very easy flower to grow. It prefers full Sun and adapts to moist and well-drained loam, clay, chalk, or sandy soil.
Snowdrop is easy to grow, very strong, and low maintenance. It grows best in full sun and partial shade, adapts to well-drained loam, chalk, clay, or sandy soil.
#15 Day Lily
Lilies are picky and hard to grow, but daylilies are super easy. You can grow them from seedlings. Just plant a small clump and it will soon turn into a massive one. They grow well in full sun, dappled shade, light shade, or partial shade; adaptable to well-drained loam, clay, or sandy soil with pH from fairly acidic to slightly alkaline.
Hellebore is very low maintenance and strong. You can grow them from seed or clump division. It loves full sun or partial shade; needs well-drained loam, clay, or sandy soil, and not acidic.
Petunias are so undemanding and easy to grow flowers. You can grow from seed. They love full sun to partial shade; need well-drained loam, clay, chalk, or sandy soil.
#18 Sword Lily
Sword lilies are easy to grow from corms, which you just need to take out of the soil in fall after the leaves have dried up. Store them in a cool and dry place over winter and plant them again next year. They grow well in full Sun; need well-drained loam, chalk, or sandy soil.
#19 Bearded Iris
Bearded iris will grow virtually anywhere, in dry land or in wet land. It loves full sun, prefers loam and sand, but clay loam is good too. It likes it well-drained but tolerates drought.
Lupines are very easy to grow. To grow, soak the seeds in water overnight and sow them in a tray with good soil. Then transplant them when the little lupines have 5 or more leaves. They grow best in full sun to partial shad; need well-drained loam or sandy loam with neutral or acidic pH.