8 of the best flowering plants for a colourful garden display
It’s time to think and plan ahead to ensure your flower beds are bursting with colour this summer, and you can do all this from the comfort of your home, via the Silversurfers Shop
Here are 8 colours to consider for this year, sure to brighten up your garden ensuring it will be blooming marvellous!
Create a cinematic, cascading display with red Aubrieta.
Planted across rockeries or left to spread along a border, this the perfect plant for readers looking to add a wave of colour to space neglected for far too long.
A lovely, warming colour, get your garden ready for summer with a lovely touch of orange.
Growing gorgeous orange petals, Dahlia Noordwijks Glorie produce some of the largest flowers found amongst all types of Dahlia.
Growing to a height between 60-80cm, if it is a statement you are after, look no further than Butterfly Gladioli.
Sure to brighten up any garden, the purple variety certainly catches the eye.
Bold, beautiful and spherical, Pompom Dahlias are stunning plants.
Growing in a number of colours, the pink Stolze von Berlin variety is just one star amongst many!
In April and May, Japanese Azalea produce a huge number of brightly coloured flowers.
Often flowers grow densely packed together, creating a magical, almost watercolour-like effect.
A colour you might not immediately associate with the garden, a touch of vibrant blue in the form of a beautiful Hydrangea Blue Boogie Woogie could be just what your garden needs.
A calming, creamy shade of yellow is another essential summer colour.
Plant in a border or in a patio pot and Calla Lily makes for an excellent garden display.
Off-white with a side helping of dark pink is a spectacular combination.
Growing sturdy stems, Dahlia Cafe au Lait, when planted in a small group, might just be the showstopper your garden deserves!
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