The best potted plants for spring

When buying potted plants, it’s important to make sure that you know when it will bloom. If you want spring blooms, you need to look for plants that produce flowers during this season. The best way to do this is by running a search online for plants that bloom during the spring season. Once you have a list of these flowers, you can then search for the appropriate potted plants. Remember, not all of the flowers that appear on your list will be available as potted plants and there are also some that are primarily grown in pots rather than gardens.

Each type of plant will enjoy different conditions. Some like extra sun, others prefer shade. Each type of plant has its own preferred watering schedule and soil type too. Understanding the needs of your favourite potted plants will also help you choose the perfect spot to display them. There should be no shortage of spring blooming plants. You can visit your local nursery or browse the products available at your online florist too.

If you want a plant that is very easy to maintain, you will love African Violets. They have thick leaves and the flowers are dark purple. They are also available in other colours but, for the most part, purple is the most common colour. If this plant is properly cared for, they will even bloom during winter. These plants enjoy medium to bright light so you should not place them in a dark spot. The soil needs to be moist at all times. If you notice that the soil starts to dry out, you need to water it immediately. The frequency of your watering schedule will depend on the season and how warm it is.

A popular garden plant is this hibiscus and it is also available as a potted plant. The potted variety can be displayed in areas with moderate to strong sunlight. They also enjoy moist soil so make sure that you don’t let them dry out. If you keep your potted hibiscus happy, it will bloom throughout the spring, summer, and even into the winter!

Peace lilies are also really to care for and they enjoy less sunlight than many other potted plants. They are perfect for rooms where sun does not necessarily hit the window directly. Peace lilies need a bit of sun with moist soil and they will bloom during the sunnier months. Some varieties even bloom throughout the year! Of course, even when it’s not in bloom, it will still look lovely.

If you want a potted plant that smells as lovely as it looks, consider jasmine. There are several varieties from which to choose. Most of them prefer moist soil and they can handle strong sunlight. It’s also important to note that different types of jasmine bloom during different times of the year. So, make sure that you choose the right variety based on your preferences.