Your garden doesn’t have to look devoid of colour in the winter. From
September through to November it is possible to plant winter bedding flowers
in beds, borders, containers or hanging baskets. This will help keep your
garden looking colourful as the other plants die out.
These are some of our favourites:
- Pansies - seen in gardens everywhere. Winter
flowering pansies, if planted out early autumn, will provide blooms
right through winter and into spring.
- Primrose (as focused on in one of
our previous blogs) - the Primrose will be the first flower to bloom
in the spring.
- Wallflower – a cottage garden favourite. This plant
is not only colourful, but gives off a wonderful scent.
- Cyclamen – with their beautiful bright blooms in
shades of crimson, pink, purple or white, coupled with their attractive
foliage, it’s no surprise that many gardeners choose to include these
plants in their garden.
If you need help with planting or maintaining your garden then
Sanstec Garden via our Facebook page @sanstecgarden.