Asked on Apr 16, 2019

What are your choices for best plants for a Spring garden?

DesertRoseAnnEm
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With Spring here, many will have covered this and be enjoying a beautiful array of colours. What plants did you choose for your Spring garden and why?

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  • For a vegetable garden, here's a list of what grows best: https://thekitchengarten.com/early-spring-vegetables/

  • Em
    on Apr 16, 2019

    I only plant perennials. Annuals are a constant and costly project. I add new plants each year and like mine to be in the same color range. Along my garage hillside I have yellow, orange and white, thus, black eyed Susans, lilies, daffodils and daisies. My front walkway is shady to partial sun so I picked hosta and rhododendron and azalea for color. The side along my property line is wild flowers of all color. I am adding in a few more lilacs, iris and lilies this year. I want to spend money on thing that will come back each year without spending money on replenishing flowers with only one years enjoyment. I have one area on the side with pinks and purples so I have spirea, iris, lavender and azalea in pink/

  • Ann
    on Apr 17, 2019

    you must have a wonderful garden with plenty of bees and butterflies

  • DesertRose
    on Apr 21, 2019

    I love petunias because they come in every color, spread out all summer, are low maintenance, and smell heavenly. Also woodisinkifoil for bushes, also holly bushes, and I love crocus as they come up early, as well as tulips and day lillies. Day lillies bloom early and last all summer and are perennials.

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