We continue with our list of selected winter hardy garden flowers. We show you some perennial shrubs that are very adaptable and show a lush flowerage. They delight the eyes and soul of every garden friend and speak for gardening skills and imaginative design ideas in the garden. Below you will find brief information and practical care tips for 5 typical winter hardy garden flowers. Scroll down and enjoy the beautiful pictures!
Siberian iris (Iris sibirica)
Pure natural beauty in the garden, which enchants immediately
The beautiful iris is native to northern Turkey and Russia. It is not bothered in Europe when the thermometer drops below zero degrees Celsius. These super hardy perennials continue their spectacular spring show every year and surprise us with a variety of blue, purple, pink, yellow or white flowers. The plants grow 90 to 120 cm high and form thick lumps of dark green leaves. Siberian iris prefers a rich, slightly moist soil, but it can grow well almost anywhere in the garden and stand excellent drought times. It is also more resistant than other perennials and is therefore preferred by many gardeners.
Girl's eyes (Coreopsis)
Girl's eye or fair-haired face? Both names are an excellent match for this tender, hardy perennial
The delicate garden flowers girl's eyes are also known as the beautiful face (Coreopsis). In summer, they delight our eyes and senses with a seemingly endless flow of flowers in yellow. These perennial daisy family originally came from North America to Europe. They are very adaptable to the climatic conditions here. The girl's eyes grow 30 to 80 cm high and prefer sunny locations with loamy soil and sufficient nutrients. For this reason, they are perfect for sunny perennial beds. Daylilies, bluebells and ornamental grasses could give them the best company in the garden. The girl's eyes are particularly easy to care for, but they only need to be watered and fertilized regularly. They thank you with their beautiful yellow flowers almost all summer long until late summer.
lily of the valley
Delicate and beautifully scented spring messenger
The seductive beauty of lilies of the valley enchants us in the spring, just after the first displays of the warmer season arrive. Its snow-white flowers spread a pleasant, delicate scent from May to June. The lilies of the valley prefer a moist, humus-rich soil and like to lie in partial shade. You can actually plant these tender and beautifully fragrant spring messengers throughout the year, but only in spring do the lily of the valley multiply simply by a division. Planted close to each other they form a beautiful floor carpet.
Sun's eyes (Heliopsis)
The sun's eye in bright money is a real eye-catcher in every garden
The sun's eye (Heliopsis) is an undemanding garden flower, which delights us with its magnificent flowers in bright yellow from June to the first frost. The sun's eye is a perennial winter-proof perennial, it can grow up to 1.80 m high. They like to plant them close to the garden fence, because the yellow flowers make this area especially beautiful. The sun's eyes can be combined with other plants, such as verbena, giant veil herb and ornamental grasses, so you get a real eye-catcher in your garden. For the sun's eye to grow well, the flower needs a moist, humus-rich soil. The yellow garden beauty is planted in the spring, requires little care and flowers all summer long.
The funkies easily survive the cold winter and show us their lush leaves in spring
The funerals are widespread hardy garden perennials, in addition to the Coral bells belong to the most beautiful and very popular species. They prefer humus rich, moist soils. The funkies are not disturbed by the cold winter, on the contrary! They grow ever more beautiful and lush with each passing year. Available in a seemingly endless array of shapes, sizes and colors, these sturdy perennials are great for any garden. Depending on the species and variety, their leaves are heart to stack shaped. These look wonderful in different colors - from cream white to steel blue to light and dark green, can even be multi-colored and decorative patterned. These decorate half shady and shady places outside in the garden and make the Japanese garden look even more beautiful.
Have you already found your favorite among the hardy garden shrubs?