Spring Flowers That Aren’t Too Late to Plant

April 1, 2018

Spring is such a gorgeous time of year and what better opportunity to make it even better by planting some beautiful flowers. Flowers are such a simple way to spice up your garden and the exterior of your home so consider planting some to boost your curb appeal. Keep reading if you want to learn more about the flowers you can still plant before it’s too late!


This stunning flower actually prefers colder weather, which makes it an ideal time to plant. Use this in containers or window boxes to add a pop of color. Pansies are a fairly common flower and therefore can be found at any outdoor or home improvement store.


Known as the Christmas rose, this plant can even tolerate a mild amount of frost, making it an ideal candidate to transition into warmer weather. For optimal results, this beauty should be planted in a shaded area with moist, well-drained soil.

Snowdrop Anemones

This crisp white flower is fragrant and works best in a garden that is slightly shaded. Also, this flower may have a second

bloom in the fall if the conditions are ideal so all the more motivation to take care of them!


This wonderfully fragrant flower is best suited for areas of full sun with well-drained soil. Lilacs also make for beautiful centerpieces so make sure to keep some on hand for your next dinner party.


Lavender is another fragrant plant that is a great addition to every garden! Be sure to plant it in the early spring before the soil becomes too dry and difficult to cultivate. Throughout the spring and summer, you can cut off some pieces and dry them, making for fragrant buds that can be kept throughout the home.




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We hope you enjoyed some of these suggestions and find inspiration for your spring gardening. If you have any questions or concerns feel free to contact us at info@linley parkestates.ca