We have brought together beautiful plants for you, the cold weather resistant flowers with colorful flowers that add warmth to the environment. To spend the season in fresh flowers, you should meet them as soon as possible.
Flowers resistant to cold weather and their definitions
Viola: The violas are among the flowers which we use in the gardens and are among the species of plants resistant to cold weather. It is a plant that can give the rainbow air to your garden with its different flowers such as yellow, purple, white and burgundy during the period from the last spring to the first spring period. Thanks to its colorful flowers in winter, it grows to the rescue of our gardens with beautiful colors. Since violas are winter plants, the soil is saturated with water due to the season. The permeability of the soil is a sought-after condition. Otherwise, the root decay can be observed. The pH of the soil should not exceed 5.5. If you divide the bright corners of your garden into pansies, it will fascinate both you and your garden with its aesthetic appearance.
Primula: It is one of the most preferred species in gardens in winter. During winter, red, pink orange, yellow, purple colors, such as the seasonal flowers you will plant in the spring until the fall will fulfill the task on the right. It has no special watering requirements. You can reserve the semi-shade areas in your garden for the baits. They have easy care and maintenance because they have no special requirements.
Cyclamen: Among flowers resistant to cold weather, the Cyclamen, which is one of the most loving winter plants among the flowers and it is one of the well-known figures of the gardens with the flowers they blossom in winter and early spring. The white, red, dark pink, purple and different colored flowers such as cyclamen, which takes its name, cannot be ignored. The cyclamens who love moist soil grow in a bright and cool environment. The most important points to be considered are the removal of the darkening leaves from the bottom and the area where the cyclamen is cool and sheltered. If you do not meet these requests, you should remember that your plant may be damaged.
Chimonanthus Praecox: It is a type of shrub that blooms fragrant flowers in winter. It is one of the kind that can be preferred if you want to feel the freshness of spring air in your gardens in winter with its smell. They are resistant to cold weather and bloom in January. It does not have special requirements. It is easy to care. When the leaves are crushed, they emit aromatic odor. You should prefer winter dessert in the light areas of your garden.
Viburnum Tinus Licidum: It is a blossoming plant in winter, often branched, always in the form of a green shrub. Bright dark green leaves combine with flowers that blossom in winter to create a unique decorative image. The flowers are red pink at first and turn white when they blossom. Its bright dark blue color is a distinctive feature. It is a kind that you can use in the semi-shade areas of your garden that see the sun. It is resistant to semi-shade. Flowering/blossoming periods begin in November It is possible to see the flowers in shoots until the end of April. Lovers of humus-rich moist soils
Pyracantha: In terms of the sharp cold weather of Central Anatolia, every green is among the flowers resistant to cold weather. It adds color to your garden with its bunch-like yellowish and white flowers in the spring. It is often preferred because it gives a distinctive decorative appearance in winter with its bunches of grape bunches of dark red, red, orange and yellow colors, which are also used as hedge plants in parks and gardens. They love the rich and deep soils in organic climates in mild climates. It is a sun-loving plant. They have no excessive water demand. They do not need special care.
Snowdrop/galanthusis a bulbous plant. Since its bulb is in a place where the frost cannot reach, it sprouts with the heat it receives. Plant height 10-20 cm. and is usually found in forested areas. Galanthus Elwesii species was found in the mountainous regions of Izmir in 1874 and was introduced to the botanical world. It is easily grown in damp and humus soil, snowdrops are resistant to minus 15 (-15) degrees and bloom from January to the end of March.
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