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You know that garden bed you have that is dull and lacking color right now?

Want to brighten it up with bursts of color and interesting textures for seasons to come?

Liven up your winter garden with 7 perennial plants that flower in the colder weather.

 

A yellow crocus is an example of a winter flowering plant

In our DIY Garden Minute Ep. 50 – “Winter Flowering Plants to Liven Up Your Garden,” we’ll explain 7 different examples of winter-blooming plants that brings us color year after year. 

This episode is meant for any level of gardener who wants to learn how to brighten up their winter garden with 7 specific plant suggestions. 

For a free cheat sheet list of over 15 winter flowering plants click here! 

Winter Plants

Winter plants not only survive outside in the cold and frosty conditions, they actually produce blooms with colorful flowers depending on the plant!

These perennial plants will brighten up your pots, walkways, and beds with their spots of color in the dead of winter.

Whether you are ready to plant now or planning for next winter, there are many options to choose from.

7 examples of winter-blooming plants we will discuss in this podcast are:

  • Hellebore
  • Camellia
  • Primrose
  • Sarcococca
  • Crocus
  • Daffodil
  • Japanese Pieris

Winter Flowering Plants Show Notes

Today’s topic is “7 Winter Flowering Plants to Liven Up Your Garden”

We feature 7 amazing winter plants for you to consider.

However, there are so many other plants to choose from, so go to our Free Resources Page and download our entire list of Winter flowering plants!

Also be sure to read our Camellia plant profile to learn more about this exceptional landscape and tea plant! There is also our Hellebore plant profile and our Daffodil plant profile!

If you don’t have time to read each one of these, you can click on the links in this episodes show notes or on this episodes webpage to then find and download each plants profile sheets to read later. They are also available on our Free Resources page!

 

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Primrose and Camellia are featured winter flowering plants in Spoken Garden's DIY Garden Minute Ep 50

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Today’s Topic: 

Winter Blooming Plants

Learn about 7 flowering plants that bloom in the winter and could add color to your garden!


Downloads: 

Show Notes

7 Winter Flowering Plants Cheat Sheet from our Free Resources Library


What You’ll Learn:

  • Ideas for brightening up your yard this winter.
  • 7 perennials you can plant for winter color.

Resources: 

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