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Best Flowers To Grow

Updated on August 31, 2011

Planting is a great hobby to do. It teaches a lot of things that we wouldn't expect it to like persistence and patience. You must learn to always take care of it and remember it when it needs your time. You also cannot expect the end result to happen overnight. It takes weeks for the flower to bloom into it's beautiful final form. During those weeks, you must aid it in growing and surviving with water, light and air. It can be a very rewarding activity when you get into it. You learn to focus you attention on the simple goal of growing a pant, and when it does, you know you are doing something right.

Think about a seed. It goes from being such a tiny speck of material, and it grows into an amazing cellular structure with perplexing and precise designs and patterns. It's amazing how information for the flower in stored in such a small, lifeless seed. It's hard to imagine how the first humans learnt to plant a seed in the ground and constantly keep the area well watered and undisturbed, knowing a plant would grow from the soil. We many never know how this would have happened, but we can experience this incredible discovery for as long as humans exist.

So what are the best flowers to grow? There are many flowers for beginner gardeners. You want to choose a flower that typical can grow all year, especially if it is an indoor plant. The seeds will usually indicate if it can be grow indoors, outdoors or both and make sure to check. This is a hobby that everyone in the world can do and enjoy. Here are some of the best flowers to grow for beginners.

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Best Flowers To Grow

Lupines

"Lupinus can be hardy annuals, half hardy annuals or hardy perennials.They reach from 30cm to 1.5 m in height depending upon species and variety. They have stiff erect spikes that carry pea like flowers that grow in racemes. Lupinus flowers are a variety of colours including purple, blue, pink, white and yellow."

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Pansies

"You may have heard this claim before, but this Pansy truly represents one of the most impressive black flowers in cultivation today. Like rich velvet. Black Moon produces neat, compact plants with medium sized blooms."


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Geranium

"A favorite for its excellent habit and late spring to summer blooming period. Not to be confused with annual Geraniums, these are hardy perennials that will return year after year. Plants are blanketed with five petalled flowers and the foliage is attractive and aromatic. Can be used as a groundcover in sun or shade."


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Lily

"Tricyrtis hirta, the Japanese Toad Lily is probably one of the most unique flowering perennials available! Commonly known as Toad Lily, it has the ability to bloom in shade from late summer to early fall. It features small, lily-like flowers with white to pale lilac flowers that have heavy purple spotting. Sometimes also called Hairy Toad Lily because all parts of the plant are hairy! Be sure to plant it where they can be easily observed at close range, because the beauty and detail of the small flowers becomes lost at a distance"


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Marigold

"Marigold "Crackerjack" Tagetes erecta Marigold Crackerjack flowers are easy to grow and have huge carnation like flowers that bloom all summer long. They make great cut flowers and attract butterflies. Marigolds are one of the most popular garden flowers, and "Crackerjack" are the some of largest and showiest of them all. Type: Annua/Self Seeding Height: 24-36" tall Germination: 7-10 days depending on soil and Maturity: 80-90 days. Blooms from summer until frost."

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