The courtyard of your house is the harbinger of how much of you is a gardener. it does not matter if you seek help from a professional gardener to keep it pruned up and all green. what does is the choice of flowers that take up this part of your landscape. let’s take a look at how you can add more lustre to your lawn and make everyone step back and praise your hard work and great choice.
1) Sun Flower
Sun flowers are not just easy to grow but are also very resilient and cover more space than many other garden flowering plants.Thus a very optimistic choice for your front lawn as well really easy to keep. It is easy to make everyone stop over and take a photo of those giants winking at the sun in broad daylight like that!
It takes really little effort to grow yarrow. It is perfect to grow in most of the US region as it is tolerant of heat and cold. These flat-topped clusters of flowers in pink, red, white, or yellow appearing from late spring to early fall are really an asset to your garden.
Peonies are again very tough but beautiful add-ons to your garden. They come in a wide range of colors and the best time to start growing them is from spring till early summer.
Commonly known as mums, crysanthemums give you a real challenge to decide which kind to have in your garden as almost all of them are so tempting. Their growing period is between summer and fall. They are one of the most popular flowering plants.
These can easily be grown from seed. They are tolerant to direct sunlight and are pretty shapely flowers that come in almost every color you can imagine on a flower.
Marigolds grow very fast and come in range of enticing colors. They have a peculiar aroma about them and are also a preferred for keeping indoors in small pots. They go well with both outdoor as well as indoor settings. They are available in both tall and short stalk varieties.
Fuchsias are best planted in hanging baskets and exotic desktop vases on the terrace or patio. They are available in various colors and shapes and could even be tried as a climber. They grow bushy if their stem tips are pinched out.
Pansies create that cheerful look of your garden which is almost irresistible. They are easier grown form the plug plants .
The flower that the great poet Wordsworth was obsessed with at one time, blooms in late spring. Daffodils come in yellow, orange, white, and red colors. They have a mild fragrance about them too.
Hibiscus are the graceful lookalikes of roses and are sometimes also happen to take their place in bouquets. Easy to grow and very resilient, they indeed add grace and color to your lawn in loads. They come in various colors and give an exotic spectacle to the gardening freaks.