Spring Is In The Air

Posted by Garden Delights Online Plant Nursery on Apr 08, 2014

Spring is in the air and the dirt

Spring is a beautiful time of year, there is nothing quite like the sun shining in your face and the cool breeze blowing in your hair. When those hands are covered in dirt planting those beautiful spring flowers the beauty of the season is embraced. Perennials are the perfect gardening plants to choose for the spring. Just to give an idea of beautiful perennials that would look great in your garden, do some research on these beautiful plants: Aster, catmint, lavender, pineapple sage, moonshine, coneflower, and the peruvian lily. Each one of these beautiful gardening plants would look absolutely stunning in any garden. They are all very different in appearance and color, so it depends on personal preference which spring flowers and shrubs are right for you. 

Any plain garden, backyard or front yard can be transformed into a magnificant fortress of colorful foliage and vibrant blooming flowers. Just by adding a few plants and flowers stategically placed in different areas of a desginated space can provide a whole new ambiance to the area. Planting the flowers in also a great way to relax and soak up some vitamin D from the sun. It's a win/win situation when planting a beautiful garden full of rich and vibrant colors. Aside from the accomplishment that comes from creating a beautiful relaxing space in your home, others may be inspired by you to spruce up their homes and gardens for spring as well.

All it takes is a little time, effort and love to get your garden the way you want it. If you are the type of person who does not like to get dirty then the alternative would be to hire a landscaper or a professional gardener to transform the area for you. Just because it's hard work doesn't mean that you don't deserve it. Just have someone else do the work for you and reap the beautiful benefits of eye stimulation. So gather up your gardening magazines, go to your local plant nurseries, and go online and do your research for the blooms for you and the upcoming season.