12 Mar 7 must-have plants for your spring garden
Spring is just around the corner, and for many of us, that means it’s time to start planning our seasonal gardens. If you’re looking for some colorful perennials to add to your garden, you’re in luck! Here are seven of our favorite springtime perennials that will bloom from spring to fall.
Virginia Bluebells: These bell-shaped blue flowers are a stunning addition to any spring garden. They appear early in the season and die back as the temperature warms, making them one of the easiest perennials to care for.
Bleeding Hearts: These shade-loving plants feature pink, puffy droplets hanging from small branches. They love the cool weather of early spring and will be constant bloomers year after year.
Columbine: This beautiful native flower comes in pastels of yellows, purples, and reds. It loves the shade and will spread throughout your garden if it finds a happy place.
Lily of the Valley: These sweet-smelling flowers are a welcome sight in any spring garden. They come in white and have delicate bell-shaped blooms that dangle from slender stems.
Creeping Phlox: This hardy ground cover with tiny pink, white, or emerald-blue flowers will blanket your spring garden. As the years pass, it will creep slowly to provide an even more dramatic look to your garden.
Iris: These tall, stately plants come in various colors, including blue, purple, yellow, and white, and have distinctive sword-shaped leaves. They love the sun and will be a standout in any garden.
Adding these springtime perennials to your garden will provide color and interest from spring to fall. Not only are they easy to care for, but they’ll also attract pollinators to your garden and provide a beautiful backdrop for your outdoor space. Stop by Barn Owl Garden Center to see our selection and get expert advice on keeping your garden healthy and thriving.
In summary, these seven springtime perennials are the perfect way to add color and interest to your garden. From the bell-shaped blue flowers of Virginia Bluebells to the colorful Foxglove, there’s an ideal plant for every gardener. Happy planting!