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Beautiful yellow flowers perennials for the garden: a catalog with names and photos

On this page you can familiarize yourself with the photo and the names of the perennial flowers for the garden and read their description.

Astilba (Astilbe sp.) Valuable flowering in the second half of summer, and, of course, for its unpretentiousness. Once planted and forgotten for several years, only in spring it is necessary to cut the inflorescences.

In the spring, because in the winter, dry sultans decorate the garden too. Astilves grow and divide without problems. With watering, these perennial garden flowers grow in the sun, but it is better to plant them in partial shade.

Helenium autumn (Helenium autumnale).

The name of these perennial flowers for the garden says it all: heleniums bloom in the autumn, echoing the shades of other autumn-flowering plants.

The ocher and yellow tones are gorgeous, the bloom is long lasting. This flower is extremely unpretentious, it is easy to divide at any time of the year, even in bloom.

Goryanki red and colchis (Epimedium x rubrum, E. colchicum). Now there is a “mining” boom in the west, and soon there will be a great many varieties on the market. But these two - a type and a hybrid - have been tested for a long time and settled in gardens firmly.

It is difficult to imagine the best ground cover plant for planting under the canopy of trees: they grow slowly, but invincibly, gradually displacing weeds. And spring flowering is full of captivating elegance. Sustained beautiful carpets can be created by permanent division and settlement.

It is possible to divide and replant miners all season, although, of course, it is preferable in the very early spring.

Dicentra magnificent (Dicentra spectabilis). When “broken hearts” bloom (its popular name) bloom, you will not pass by.

Look at the photo - the name of these garden perennial flowers is quite justified, they are truly magnificent:

And the graphics of the shoots, and whimsically dissected leaves, and "heart" shaped pink flowers - everything in it is perfect! And with all that, the plant is completely unpretentious, winter-hardy. Occasionally gives self-seeding, can be propagated and division. It will grow wherever there is enough moisture.

Creeping уч Burgundy Glow ’ (Ajuga reptans ‘Burgundy Glow’).

As the name suggests of these perennial garden flowers, the survivor really “crawls” around the site.

However, what is the color! And flowering is not necessary, foliage replaces it. Ideal for filling spaces in the sun with enough watering.

As seen in the photo, these perennial flowers for the garden are perfectly combined with plants with light foliage:

Siberian Iris (Iris sibirica) is simple and indispensable. Who else will give such graphics sword-shaped, staring up the leaves? And the flowers are good, and there are many of them when the bush has grown. It grows in any place where it is not completely dry and poor. All varieties are suitable for the middle band.

Bell peach (Campanula persicifolia) unpretentious. It propagates slightly by self-sowing, it grows well and is easily divided.

And blooms long and abundantly. Deserves attention and its white flowered form. Sun, partial shade, drier or more moist - this bell is all the same.

Day-lily (Hemerocallls). With this culture, not everything is simple, but there are species and varieties, mostly nameless, which are already firmly entrenched in the gardens. This is a perennial garden flowers, which are suitable even for inexperienced gardeners.

They are unpretentious and bloom profusely, however, their flowers are not as attractive as in the pictures of varietal novelties.

Unnamed "mushrooms" will delight you for years and not cause any trouble, while expensive purchases are often disappointing, as they are designed for a warmer climate.

"Folk" daylilies can grow both in the sun and in partial shade, in relatively dry places and even on the shore of a natural reservoir, adjacent to other plants in a yellow-orange gamut or neutral green. You can divide and replant them without any problems at any time, even in bloom.

Lily saranka (Lilium martagon) and its varieties. Well, in fact: winter hardiness without question, durability too.

In ordinary garden loam grow beautifully.

They can live in the sun, only watering will have to be followed, and it is better to have a penumbra, where other lilies are unlikely to agree to grow.

These are plants to admire flowering: tall, human-sized candles with dozens of turbid-shaped flowers. And then the fruits look quite impressive.

Pay attention to the photo - these perennial garden flowers can be planted among lower perennials, without disturbing them at all:

Luke (Allium sp.). In this group of plants is difficult to choose a favorite. The undoubted charm of onions is that most are not just edible, but tasty.

For example, chives (Allium schoenoprasum) is grown everywhere in gardens on early greenery. It grows curtain and grows earlier than others in the spring. But he also blooms beautifully and plentifully! The benefits and beauty, two in one.

Similarly behaves and ramson (bear's bow —Allium ursinum, winning bow - A. victorialis).

This and early vitamin greens, and carpet flowering. These bows grow in separate onions, abundantly self-seeding.

They are more suitable to grow under the canopy of trees, and chnittu - on lighted places. No care at all is required.

The most beautiful perennial flowers for the garden and their photos

Cuff soft (Alchemilla mollis) - amazing groundcover. We are used to using flowering or decorative-leaved plants in the garden, but for all this a background is needed to shade beauty.

Such an ideal background is a cuff. Although she herself is beautiful and can be used as a flowering plant. These perennial flowers for the garden and the garden give out leaves that are incredibly elegant, especially in the morning in dew, they look like lace.

Abundant bloom, albeit yellow-green flowers, also beautiful. The cuff doesn’t matter where it grows; it stably and non-aggressively grows, combines with practically all garden flowers.

You can divide and replant it at any time during the garden season.

Eastern hellebore (Helleborus orientalis). Surprisingly, this almost weed is still considered a rarity.

But with its beauty and speed of reproduction, he simply must go into the category of ordinary garden plants! There are a lot of varieties of these beautiful perennial flowers for the garden - terry, of various shades, spotty.

Freezers bloom very early, right from under the snow, and very long.

Rather, what seems to us petals (and in fact it is sepals), remains on the plant after the formation of ovaries.

But why such details? The main thing is that the hellebore are beautiful and incredibly simple.

With them you only need to have a little patience, like many other durable plants, they slowly grow and take root. But a year or two, and a beautiful spring bouquet is provided for you!

The penumbra (not badly felt under apple trees) is recommended for eastern frost-trees, the absence of stagnant moisture. Their leaves are preserved in winter, but often lose their appearance.

These plants are good arrays of one variety in combination with species with light foliage, and then after flowering a perfect contrast is obtained. Frostbites are poisonous.

But many garden plants are poisonous, and we don’t even know about it.

Pion (Paeonia) is grassy. What Russian garden without him? This has long been a part of garden culture. Do not be peonies among the most beautiful perennial flowers for the garden and easy to care at the same time, they would not grow literally in every front garden.

Surprisingly, if the garden is sufficiently drained, and the soil is deeply cultivated and nutritious, you can grow any peonies - both varietal and specific.

Only varietal requires a sunny position, and the species for most of the penumbra are somewhere on the edge.

You can ask your friends and neighbors for their lush flowering varieties, because peonies grow and sometimes you still have to divide and rejuvenate them.

As shown in the photo, from these beautiful perennial flowers in the garden you can arrange a special corner by picking varieties by color, and you can plant bushes separately as part of flower gardens with neighbors with similar requirements:

Primula finely toothed (Primula denticulata). Generally primrose great variety, but if you choose one, then this is the kind.

May's lilac, white, pink and red balls are just adorable! And it is a very stable form that is easy to divide and sow.

You can plant these perennial flowers in the garden next to other garden plants, at least with the same peonies.

Rudbeckia dissected (Rudbeckia laciniata), or the golden ball. The image immediately appears in the head, right? Everyone knows this plant. Insensible and gradually developing at the beginning of the season, in August-September it brings down a cascade of double yellow ball-like flowers on you.

Ideal for planting at the fence, as it relies on it. If you still do not know what perennial flowers to plant in the garden, be sure to pay attention to rudbeckia: it combines perfectly with other autumn-flowering species like helenium.

Rudbeckia is absolutely undemanding, it propagates by division.

Phlox paniculata (Phlox paniculata). That's certainly folk culture. This one of the best perennial flowers for the garden has hundreds (or already thousands?) Varieties and a deep history of domestic selection.

Any variety is worthy of your garden, and if approached in terms of design, you just need to choose the desired height and color of flowers. But this culture, and especially domestic old varieties, deserve more, perhaps even a small collection.

Phloxes are perfectly combined with each other in color, you can plant groups of 3 varieties in one color.

Phloxam needs a lot of light, but not the hottest place in the garden, rich loam, but without stagnant moisture. They grow and they are easy to share, it even needs to be done every few years, as the old bushes gradually grow, they bloom worse and they may not even hibernate.

Hosta (Hosta sp.). This is the case when you can say: plant any! All varieties are good, with their use in the garden is only important relevance in the composition.

There are also hosts for the sun (although most for the penumbra), huge and tiny, green, blue, yellow and multi-colored.

In any place where it is not quite dry, poor and hot, they will grow.

Here you can see a selection of photos of the most beautiful perennial flowers for the garden and garden:

Bulbous and curly perennial flowers for the garden (with photo)

Siberian Scilla (Scilla sibirica) - cute garden bulbous weed, forming the sky-blue glades in the spring.

Once you put her coat in the garden, you will not get rid of her, and you will not want to: these plants do not interfere with anyone, do not choke the neighbors, vegetuate for a month in the spring, and then disappear.

These perennial bulbous flowers for the garden multiply by self-sowing, gradually occupying an increasing area. It does not require anything (no digging, fertilizing, etc.), except for the initial autumn planting of the bulbs.

Haller's crested (Corydalis hallerii) and chionodoxa lucilia (Chionodoxa luciliae) behave the same way.

Once brought into the garden, they gradually spread over it, filling it with spring shades of blue, pink, white and lilac.

This is what blooms first in the garden and blends perfectly with each other.

These photos show bulbous perennial flowers for the garden and summer cottage:

Girlish grape pyatilistochkovy (Parthenocissus quinquefolla) - very beautiful liana.

Many of them have complicated relationships with these curly perennial flowers for the garden: they grow painfully powerful. But for non-collection garden it is an indispensable plant.

It grows everywhere and everywhere (except that the desert will destroy it), quickly increases its mass, instantly takes root with cuttings and layering, it does not freeze, and the autumn coloring has no equal.

Girlish grapes are ideal for quickly settling grids (only grids must be very strong) and create a look of impermeable walls. On the gazebo is also appropriate.

Clematis third pruning group (Clematis sp.). What kind of group, you ask? Some varieties of clematis bloom on the shoots of last year and it is important to preserve them by constructing various kinds of shelters.

They are usually less winter-hardy. This is not our method.

We are suitable for those clematis, in which new shoots grow from the rhizome each year (they belong to the 3rd group of pruning, they also belong to the Vititsell, Jacmanmann and Integration family).

All care for them is to remove the tops in the fall. They bloom in the second half of the summer for a very long time (1-3 months, depending on the variety). Landing on a sunny, without excessive moisture place.

See a photo of climbing flowers for the garden grown in the middle lane:

Yellow perennial and annual flowers for flower beds

December 19, 2015 Alienteu Flowers

Yellow - the color of the sun, and for good reason yellow flowers are a symbol of joy and happiness. They bring warmth to any corner of the garden or room and create a bright mood.

As for landscape design, the yellow flowers in the garden are in perfect harmony with perennials, whether it is evergreen conifers or deciduous shrubs.

And there are a lot of flowerbed options in yellow tones, as well as plant species with sunny flowers.


Perennial plants are good because they are often more hardy and less capricious than annuals.

In addition, they are enough to settle once in the garden and forget about the planting changes for a long time.

We will help you find long-blooming and unpretentious perennials for a garden of solar coloring.

Iris - This is an extensive genus of rhizome and bulbous plants. About autumn care for him more you can find here. Varieties with yellow flowers can be found among dwarfs and among giants. In terms of flowering, they also differ:

    • Literally from under the snow appear low bulbous irises, Juno, who, after the end of the growing season, do not leave drying leaves and do not need to be disguised by other plants. Juno come from the arid foothills of Asia and do not tolerate excess moisture.
    • Garden or bearded iris is represented by different varieties with different growth. In general, the plant is unpretentious, usually blooms in May and June and over time grows heavily. Best of all, a bearded iris manifests itself in sunny places with light fertile soil.
    • Siberian iris differs sword-shaped thin leaves and smaller flowers than the bearded iris. It is frost-resistant, unpretentious, but does not tolerate swampy soil and stagnant moisture. Blossoms in May.
    • Marsh iris - the ideal plant for registration of the pond. It has wide oblong leaves and large flowers, the height of the bush can reach one and a half meters. Loves high humidity and blooms in June-July.

Irises Juno Iris garden (bearded)
Siberian Iris marsh

Narcissus - May flower garden, besides unpretentious and can grow on any soil with different illumination.

There are varieties with simple or double flowers, with or without aroma, the color of the perianth and the “tube” of the petals themselves differ, there are quite contrasting combinations.

Tulip - bulbous representative of flora.

There are several thousand varieties of this wonderful plant, which differ in terms of flowering, the height of the peduncle, the color and shape of the flower.

Do not forget about the species tulips, because on their basis created yellow varieties, and they begin to bloom in April.

Tulip is unpretentious, it can grow on any soil, but the bulbs are best developed on fertile and permeable soils. It can grow without a transplant for several years.

Adonis - A relative of buttercup. Forms fluffy kutinki, thanks to openwork leaves. Bushes grow to a maximum of 50 cm.

Flowering begins in May, together with the appearance of leaves, and lasts until mid-June. The flowers are large, up to 8 cm in diameter.

This plant is often used to design alpine slides.

Adonis prefers light neutral soils and sunny places, grow slowly and do not like transplants.

Sedum (Sedum)

Sedum (Sedum) - succulent plant. It is undemanding to soils and frost resistant. The flowers of this plant are small, but during flowering they form a solid yellow carpet. The sedum blooms in June-July and remains strewn with flowers for 40-50 days.

Chamomile dyeing - herbaceous plant with branched stems and yellow flowers resembling chamomile. The height of the bush can reach 75 cm.

Flowering begins in late June and reaches its peak in July.

Chamomile can grow both in the sun and in the shade; it is also undemanding to the composition of the soil, but does not tolerate excess moisture.

Primula - low plant with velvet leaves, collected in the outlet.

Bright flowers on thin peduncles appear at the end of April and stay almost until June. Best of all primrose develops on light fertile soils, where there is no stagnation of water.

The plant does not tolerate direct sunlight, so it should be planted in partial shade.

Lily - unpretentious bulbous plant. Of all the variety, Asian hybrids are most suitable for northern latitudes, they are the most frost-resistant. The flowering time of the most common varieties is July-August, after the flowers have dried, they must be removed.

Lilyam is suitable for air-and permeable fertile soil and a place well-lit by the sun, with shade of bright flowering does not get. Plants respond well to fertilization for bulbous.

Doronicum - fast-growing herbaceous plant, which is decorative even without flowering - thanks to the many glossy leaves.

Yellow daisy flowers appear on the bushes of doronicum at the end of May and flowering continues for a month.

Doronicum is unpretentious and can grow both in the sun and in the shade.

Pion - tall herbaceous plant that prefers fertile light soil and well-lit places. There are yellow varieties of peonies, which are like early-flowering (late May-June), and late (up to July).

Viola - low and unpretentious plant. It usually blooms in the first half of summer.

Looks good in group plantings and in combination with tall perennials. Viola can grow on any soil and with different lighting.

Prone to self-seeding, plants grown in this way bloom in the second year.

Alissum rocky - it is a strongly branching, spreading, but at the same time not taking up much space, plant.

Its numerous shoots are covered with a continuous carpet of small flowers in May, and flowering lasts until September.

Alyssum is revealed in all its glory only in well-lit places with light fertile soil.

Eremurus - a very showy plant originally from Central Asia. Its leaves are collected in the rosette, and above them rises a long (sometimes up to 2 m) peduncle with a fluffy inflorescence-candle. Such a specimen is good on a stony slope or on a large alpine hill.

The main requirement for the soil - good drainage, and the composition can be any, eremurus grows even on acidic soil. Lighting - direct sunlight, even with the slightest shading decorative suffers.

Day-lily - a large herb with many xiphoid leaves. Flowers resembling lilies, bloom on long peduncles in June and July.

Each flower lasts for a day, and then fades. But this is imperceptible, since new buds are opening for him.

Varieties with yellow flowers, there are several dozen.

Daylily does not like closeness and over the years it grows considerably in breadth. It can grow on any soil with proper irrigation, the illumination will also suit different.

Rudbeckia - herbaceous plant up to 60 cm, over time grows in breadth.

Bright large flowers of Rudbeckia appear in the second half of the summer and keep until the autumn. After flowering faded inflorescences need to be removed, otherwise there is a chance of self-seeding.

Rudbeckia can grow on any soil, but the lighting must be bright.

Gladiolus - the well-known autumn flower. Its inflorescences, framed by sword-shaped leaves, bloom in August and September.

There is a great variety of yellow varieties.

Gladiolus is planted in a well-lit place in May, and in the fall, after the leaves turn yellow, they dig out bulbs.

Chrysanthemum - the queen of the autumn garden. Yellow inflorescences of Korean chrysanthemums bloom in late August and adorn the site until November.

Chrysanthemum is a very light-loving plant and loses its decorative effect when shaded, but any soil will do it, if only the reaction of the environment is close to neutral.

Positively responds to fertilizing with mineral fertilizers during the summer.

For abundant flowering shoots chrysanthemum pinch in June, and in late autumn they are cut almost at the root.

Dahlia - a large tuberous plant that feels great in sunny places with frequent watering. Dahlia varieties vary in height and shape of the flower. Tall specimens are good for the background of a flower bed, and undersized there is a place in every corner of the garden.

It is better not to plant dahlias close to other perennials - in the fall, you need to dig up their tubers. Tall varieties need support.


Perhaps, by the splendor of flowering with annuals nothing compares, and among these plants there are many species and varieties with yellow flowers. Most annual flowers are grown through seedlings.

Gatsania - this is, in general, a perennial heat-loving plant, which is grown in Northern latitudes as a letnik.

The leaves of the gazania look like gerbera leaves and are gathered into a rosette, and star-like flowers bloom on sturdy peduncles in July. This southern plant blossoms until the frost. Planting gatsanyu seedlings need in late February or early March.

In open ground, the culture is transplanted at the end of May, it is suited to direct sunlight and light garden soil.

Nasturtium - photophilous herbaceous plant, which knowingly won its place in the gardens.

Small neat or, on the contrary, liana-like ampelous bushes, all season full of bright flowers, are all nasturtium. In addition, it does not require special conditions.

Grow it through seedlings, and sowing in the ground in late May.

Chinese aster - a bright decoration of the autumn garden. Breeders brought a lot of varieties with different shapes, colors and number of flowers.

Asters prefer weak alkaline or neutral soils without excess nitrogen. There are no requirements for lighting - they grow beautifully both in the sun and in partial shade.

Sunflower or heliantus - This is a large genus of herbaceous plants. The varieties of heliantus differ both in the dimensions of the entire bush, and in the shape and size of the flower.

Distributed varieties with spherical buds resembling pompons.

Low-growing specimens are successfully used for making flowerbeds, and it is impossible to imagine a garden in country style without this sunny flower.

Sunflower seeds are planted at the end of May, several seeds per well. It is suitable for well-lit, but protected from the wind places. Like its “industrial” counterpart, he is literally drinking all the nutrients out of the soil, which can affect the flower bed neighbors.

Petunia - unpretentious annual plant. Numerous shoots of petunias are covered with small leaves, and in mid-June bright flowers bloom, the number and shape of which depends on the variety.

Petunia blooms well and in full sun and with light shading. Large-flowered varieties may lose their decorative effect due to rains.

Marigold - a simple and beautiful plant that can please all shades of yellow. The height of the bushes varies from 10 to 60 cm. The marigolds grow on any soil, and are planted with seeds directly into the ground.

Cosmea - photophilous and frost-resistant plant that forms openwork bushes with large flowers. Planted directly into the ground in early May.

Escholzia - bright unpretentious plant. Decorative not only its poppy-like flowers, but also tracery foliage with silver patina.

It does not tolerate transplantation, so they are planted with its seeds immediately to a permanent place. It shows itself well in slightly shaded areas with moderately moist soil.

Calendula - better known as a medicinal plant, but thanks to the breeders saw the light of numerous ornamental varieties. An unpretentious and cold-resistant calendula can decorate the garden from June to frost.

Zinnia or majors - one of the brightest plants for alkaline and neutral soils. To lighting it is undemanding, but warm and moisture-loving.

Flowering begins in late June and lasts until autumn. Faded flowers are usually removed, but if they are left, you can get seeds. Grow zinnia seedling method.

Mirabilis (nightly beauty)

Mirabilis or night beauty - tuberous perennial plant, which is grown as letnik.

It is a rather large bush with many shiny leaves.

Flowering lasts all summer, the flowers, unlike most other representatives of the flora, bloom closer to sunset.

Mirabilis are planted on seedlings at the end of March, and sprouts are transplanted in the open ground in mid-May. In the fall, you can dig up the tubers and plant them again next spring, but this method is rarely resorted to, as the night beauty easily grows from seeds.

14 amazingly beautiful plants worth planting in the garden

If you want your garden to bloom and fragrant all summer, plant these beautiful plants in it. Compliments of neighbors and guests - guaranteed!

Refined and catchy, elegant and bright, these plants are worthy to be in your garden.

We represent the top of the most spectacular ornamental plants, according to the opinion of the editors.

Asiatic lilies

Lilies - the main "stars" of the summer garden. Fragrant, spectacular, elegant, they cause genuine admiration. The most popular type of lily among gardeners is Asian hybrids.

They are incredibly beautiful, amaze with a rich variety of colors, and at the same time they are very unpretentious and able to winter even at –40 ° C.

You have not yet realized that your flower garden urgently needs a couple of beautiful lilies? Just take a look at our selection of 9 best varieties of Asiatic lilies, and your doubts will disappear right there!

Ampel petunias

The first ampelous petunias were bred in England 200 years ago, and since then these charming flowers have not left European gardens.

In fragrant petunias there are several ampelous varieties: surfinia, fortunias, supertunias.

Read our classification of species and varieties of ampelous petunias to choose a flower to your taste.

Geicher is an amazing plant that can transform the most boring, shaded corner of the garden. the pride of this plant is the leaves of the most incredible color.

In geykhery they are bright red, purple, dark purple and even silver. In a word, you can pick up a beautiful bush of almost any color.

Interested? Note our selection of beautiful geyhery varieties.

Hortensia can be called a symbol of the European garden. Gardeners and florists love this ornamental shrub. And deservedly so! Luxurious, large hydrangea inflorescences and ask for a floral arrangement.

Unfortunately, the hydrangea - “girl” is fastidious, loves to soak up the warm sunshine and is afraid of frost. But it does not matter, because we have prepared an overview of all types and varieties of hydrangea, which are suitable for growing in the middle lane.

Tree Peonies

At the beginning of summer, the fragrance of grassy peonies spreads in the flowering gardens, but for some reason their tree-like “brothers” remain in the shade.

And very vain! Shrubs of this particular group can boast the most unusual colors: dark maroon with black tint, lemon with white stripes, salmon.

Marveling at the incomparable view of these ornamental shrubs, we made up the top 9 fantastically beautiful tree peony varieties that should certainly become regulars of your flower beds next year.

Curly honeysuckle species are among the most delightful perennial lianas that can be grown in your garden.

During flowering, they are covered with bright flowers of elegant shape and fill the entire garden with their sweetish aroma, which attracts a huge number of bees and butterflies.

What kind of honeysuckle do you like: capricole, Japanese, Serotina, Telman, Brown? Read more about the features of each type of curly honeysuckle in our material.

Oh, those clematis! Flower growers can not agree on the stress in the name of this vine, but in one they are unanimous - Clematis are luxurious and delicious.

There is a huge number of clematis varieties with flowers of different colors, so choosing something special for your garden is not difficult. The main thing is to arrange the vine properly and according to all the rules. This will help you our article on clematis in landscape design.


The beautiful carp (or calligarp) is perhaps the most unusual plant on this list.

The fact is that, unlike most ornamental shrubs, it attracts attention in late autumn.

All thanks to the fruits of incredible shades: purple, lilac, purple. On bare brown branches, they look like bright beads strung on a thread.

Learn more about the features of cultivation and the various types of this amazing shrub in our article.

At the beginning of the 30s of the last century, Alexander Vertinsky sang the “magnolia of tropical azure,” several tens of years later, the Ariel band was singing about “the sea was splashing at the edge of magnolias.”

But do not be embarrassed that this luxurious ornamental tree has become a symbol of the hot tropics. With proper wit, magnolia can be grown in the middle lane and moreover quite successfully.

Armed with our advice - and you will succeed!


Ranunkulyus - the favorite of florists and decorators. Bouquets and compositions from this Asian buttercup can be called a true peep of floristic fashion. Ranunkulyus gentle, charming, romantic. Its color range excites the imagination.

Of course, the easiest way to grow this flower in containers - in the case of frosts, you can always move the pot to the house. But we are not looking for easy ways - why not try to grow ranunculus in the open field?

Roses ... How much has been said about them. Roses need no introduction. It is without exaggeration the most popular garden flower. For more than one century flower growers, poets, and artists have been inspired by its delicate aroma and luxurious flowers.

Rose is admirable, regardless of the type: scrubs, floribunda, hybrid tea, spray and climbing - they are all good.

It’s not easy to choose from a huge assortment, and roses bloom mostly briefly and once, so we offer 9 best varieties of roses in our selection, which bloom all summer so that you enjoy their tenderness and fragrance untiringly.

Multiflora Tulips

Multi-flowered tulips do not differ unpretentiousness. Yes, they are demanding care. Yes, they quickly degenerate. Yes, they love abundant watering and equally generous dressing. But all these little moods are more than bathed by the stunning beauty of these flowers.

In our article, we collected the most useful information about a variety of varieties and characteristics of growing tulips Multiflora.

Forsythia is the first messenger of spring, the younger sister of the spring sun. In April, her bushes literally explode with cheerful lemon "confetti." Yellow flowers appear on the branches before the leaves and decorate another gray, not come to life after the winter garden.

Flower growers grow 6 species of forsythia: European, medium, hanging, green, ovoid, Geralda. Which of them do you have in your garden?

It is difficult to imagine a stronger, unpretentious and at the same time elegant ornamental plant than the host. It feels great in the shady corners of the garden, so it is best suited for planting under the canopy of fruit trees and shrubs.

The color scheme of its leaves covers a variety of shades of green: light green, jade, gray, malachite, coniferous ... Leaves are with stripes and without, heart-shaped and round. In a word, you will not get bored with the hosts!

Be sure to check out our selection of the best host varieties for planting in 2016.

And which of these plants do you grow? Be sure to share your photos on our forum!

100 best ideas: perennial flowers for the garden and the garden in the photo

Beauty has always admired and delighted people. Often in the hectic days the gaze lingers long on the charm of a sunny morning, the bright flowering of flowerbeds in a city park or on a bouquet of flowers in the hands of an unfamiliar passer-by.

An increasing number of urban residents seeking out of town, on nature. And if there are children in a young family, then I really want not only to relax in nature, but also to give little fidgets to run on the green grass in the country.

If the family buys a good, well-groomed dacha - fine, it remains to maintain it in the same condition.

You can add a few additional strokes to an existing style: build a gazebo by planting it with climbing flowers such as roses or clematis, create a pond, a small pond or fountain.

Here aquatic plants floating on the surface, dragonflies sitting on a flower will look so beautiful.

Often there are areas not in the best condition. It will be necessary to equip them independently, starting from zero. But do not despair, because this is a great opportunity to create a garden of your dreams. Believe me, the time spent behind this exciting activity will not be wasted!

Bulb varieties

Crocuses, primroses, snowdrops, tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, primroses - these flowers are best planted in the fall (September - October).

The bulb is at rest, and during the fall it takes root. When the snow melts, the first flowers will delight you.

From autumn, beds are planned, additional fertilizing is added and the bulbs are planted.

If the land during planting received enough fertilizer, the flowers can grow in one place up to 5-7 years.

The soil for planting onion varieties should be light, drained. The place for the beds is sunny, but without drafts. We apply organic fertilizer for top dressing.

To make the ground light, the area set aside for planting is first excavated with coarse sand or fine expanded clay.

There is another interesting point: you can use removable containers for planting bulbs. A recess is made on the bed and a container with seed is installed, and a layer of soil is applied on top.

The first onion plants do not need watering; they will have enough moisture after the snow melts. Other flowers - tulips and hyacinths, watered as the soil dries, but not poured. With an excess of moisture, the bulb rots and the plant may die.

But in general, these bulbous very well adorn the garden. In the care they are unpretentious.

After flowering, they can be left in the ground, and by the next season not only the plant that was planted, but also the “baby” will grow.

All these flowers can be planted as separate groups, or along the tracks, curb. Beautifully they look in the composition of the beds.

The following flowers, which have a beautiful view, a delicate aroma and perfectly complement the garden - lilies of the valley. They replace the first spring flowers and bloom in May. You can plant them with seeds, but it is better through seedlings.

The main thing that a gardener needs to know is that lily of the valley has a good root system, and during planting it is necessary to limit the place of its distribution.

In the area where the flower will be planted, you need to make a flower bed for it in advance: dig a fence into the ground to a depth of 0.5 meter (pieces of slate, special garden shields).

This will create a barrier for lily of the valley seedlings throughout the garden.

Lilies of the valley are very easy to maintain. They are representatives of the "wild" nature, so do not require careful care. After the flower has blossomed, berries appear on the stem - another decoration of the garden.


Gladioli look very beautiful in the garden. Be sure to decorate them with a flower bed. Active blooming of gladioli will begin in the second half of summer.

At one site it is better to plant the bulbs of the same size. If you take a different planting material - mature onions and “baby”, then the first ones will be oppressed by small shoots.

When planting, the bulbs must be treated with a solution of potassium permanganate: 0.5 g potassium permanganate per 1 liter of water. Planting material should be placed in this mixture for 30 minutes and then planted immediately.

The place for landing is chosen solar, ventilated. The depth of sowing is 15 cm in light soils, and 10 cm in heavy soils. Sand must be applied to the bottom of the planting furrow. Additionally, you can use humus and compost. Watering should be every other day.

When the bulb grows, you can mulch the area with humus or dry small grass - this will prevent the soil from drying out and will be an additional source of fertilizer.

Watering gladioli during the growing season and flowering is desirable every 3-4 days, depending on the climate. Mandatory garter flower stalk, as the plant grows up to a meter. After flowering, from September to October, gladiolus tubers are dug out.

Planting material is sorted: a ripe onion is taken from the “shoes” and stored until spring in a cool (from +5 to -10) room, basement or refrigerator. For better preservation, a garlic clove is placed in a container with tubers, and in the spring they check all tubers and select whole ones for planting.

Autumn flowers

The undoubted favorites of the autumn garden will be dahlias, decorative cabbage, perennial aster and chrysanthemums. All of them bloom brightly and abundantly until late autumn.

With the arrival of colds flowers turn out excellent bouquets.

Just imagine: autumn is already dominated by autumn with fog and rain, and in your house are vases with gorgeous autumn flowers.

As the garden is decorated and transformed, grown flowers will want to add something new - a beautiful, bright, unpretentious care. What else can diversify the landscape of your favorite villa? Consider the list of colors that will advantageously complement and diversify the composition.

The “queen” of any garden is a rose. There is a mass of its varieties, forms and colors. If you put a flowering shrub on a flower bed, then around it you can always place low-growing plants that will serve as an excellent addition to the selected composition.

Curly rose - a great option to express your creative imagination. Its branches can be attached to the wall, enclose them with a gazebo, or disguise an unsightly fence from neighbors.

Clematis is a great representative of vines. It will decorate and ennoble any garden. The plants of this family are distinguished by a variety of palettes and flower shapes.

Planting vines produced seedlings. When planting, determine the appropriate place and put a backup. Clematis needs time to adapt for heavy flowering.

The soil is suitable light, well-fertilized and without stagnant water. If there is a danger of groundwater, you can make a mound and plant clematis there to protect its root system from soaking.

In the pit, you can add compost, rubble and put a seedling on this mixture. The roots are distributed and covered by the ground, which should cover the plant to the first node on the stem.

During the landing you can immediately install a support up to 3 meters high, so that it supports the clematis liana.

After flowering in the fall, the stem is cut, the bush is fed, spud, covering the stems, and covered to protect it from frost.

Hortensia is not just a flower, but a whole flowering shrub. It is easy to maintain, and the beauty of the blooming bunch will not leave indifferent true gardeners.

Yellow flowers for planting in the garden (with photo)

Each owner of a cottage or a private house wants to create a beautiful flower garden on the plot. In the summer we want bright colors, and yellow perennial flowers, the names and photos of which we give in the article, help to make life more interesting and more beautiful.

Crocus is a low perennial bulbous plant that can not be replanted within 3-4 years. At the expiration of this period, it is recommended to perform the seedling of flowers, otherwise they will become small.

The blooming of crocuses blooming in spring begins when snow lies on the ground. Planting is recommended in September or October. Crocuses blooming in the fall, planted in the summer (July-August).

This applies to all bulbous plants: tulips, hyacinths, daffodils. A beautiful decoration of your flower bed will be Golden Yellow crocus varieties.

Adonis belongs to the group of perennial wild plants, but if you wish, you can decorate your garden. For this it is necessary to provide him with favorable conditions. For planting it is better to choose a light fertile soil.

Adonis needs moderate watering, do not overfill the plant. Most often, the flower is grouped into small inflorescences, whose height reaches 30 cm. Adonis values ​​its place and can grow on it for more than 10 years.

It is not recommended to carry out a transplant of a plant before it reaches 5 years of age - it suffers heavily from this procedure and may die. If you still need to transplant a flower, it is better to do it in the autumn.

Irises - one of the few flowers that can boast not only a variety of colors, but also a huge number of pleasant light aromas.

Irises belong to perennial rhizome plants, can grow on any type of soil, but do not like excessive irrigation, therefore, when landing, be sure to take care of drainage. Iris can not replant until seven years, it will be great to feel in a permanent place. However, after reaching this age, it is recommended to divide the root system of the plant. If you want to decorate a flower bed with bright yellow flowers, plant a Spectral Challenge variety.

Primula refers to plants with high frost resistance. The height of the flower can vary from 10 to 40 cm. For landing it is better to choose sunny places.

However, if the plant is planted in the shade, for example, under an apple tree, it will fade until the leaves appear on the tree and cast a shadow on the primrose. The flowering period falls on the end of April-June.

Dried flowers of primrose tincture are effective for insomnia. Spoil the primrose with watering and dressing, plant on fertile, humus-rich soil.

The flower belongs to the group of perennial bulbous plants. Tulip is a must-have attribute of any flowerbed, because in May you want to enjoy the beauty of these beautiful flowers. Today there are a huge number of types of tulips: early -, late flowering, liliavetvetnye, fringed, many-flowered.

Flowers love places that are freely exposed to sunlight, while they must be protected from the cold wind. Lightweight soil is suitable for planting.

The height of tulips can be different and depends on the variety. It can vary from 10 cm to 1 meter. Deciding to feed the plant, you should not choose fertilizers containing a large percentage of nitrogen. An excess of this substance will lead to the rapid decay of tulips. Provide a flower with uniform and abundant watering - and you can enjoy the full bright blooming of tulips. In one place flowers can grow 4 years.

Yellow garden flowers, perennials, photos and names of which we give in this article will be an original decoration of any flower bed. Do not do in the country and without daffodils that bloom after tulips.

Like tulips, daffodils are perennial bulbous plants. One of the advantages of the flower is its unpretentiousness; any drained soil will be suitable for planting, but it should be treated at least to a depth of 30 cm.

It is recommended to carry out regular feeding, for which it is possible to use phosphorus-potassium fertilizers.

Narcissus can not be transplanted for 6 years, after which it is still worth planting the plant. An excellent addition to the bright spring flower bed will be the Joncilla variety.

Hyacinths are perennial bulbous plants, their height reaches 30 cm. When planting, it is important to provide high-quality drainage and fertile soil. In order from year to year to enjoy the beautiful flowering of hyacinth, it is necessary to take into account that the plant has a dormant period - at least 4 months.

Bulbs should be planted at the end of autumn, on the eve of extreme cold. In winter, be sure to cover planted bulbs with non-woven material, straw or spruce.

Doronicum, popularly called kozulnik, refers to perennial plants that bloom in late spring or early summer. Externally, doronicum looks like big yellow daisies. Kozulnik grows pretty quickly, unpretentious care.

Even after the end of the flowering period, he continues to delight in their appearance and brilliant green leaves. Doronicum growing in the shade has a longer flowering period.

The height of the flower can vary from 20 cm to 1 meter and depends on the variety. The flower has good resistance to pests.

In the spring you can often find yellow flowers with the name "Viola". In the people they are called pansies. If you do not have much experience in breeding flowers, start by planting a viola. It is enough to grow it yourself, using seeds.

For planting fit any soil and well-lit areas. The height of the plant is small, which makes it difficult to cultivate the soil well, so during planting it is recommended to add a layer of mulch under the plant, for the preparation of which use freshly milled crushed grass.

Thanks to her, moisture will be kept in the soil. Also humus will do, it will feed the flower at the same time. Fresh manure is not suitable for use as feedings.

Viola looks good as a single plant, and in the company of other flowers. Often for planting on a bed using varieties such as the Rhine Gold and the Golden Crown.

Clematis refers to perennial herbaceous or woody plants. He loves the heat, so for the winter he should be covered. Plant clematis in a sunny area in well-fertilized soil. Acidic soil is not suitable for planting, you should definitely ensure good drainage.

If it is inconvenient for you to cut flowers and cover them, choose varieties for planting that must be cut at the root in the fall, after which they grow back in spring and will bloom all summer. Varieties such as Love Radar and Helios are common.


The goldenrod has a second name - the golden rod. In height, flowers of different varieties can reach 80 cm.

The plant is unpretentious, responds well to mineral supplements. Having planted a flower, in the first year it is necessary to make weeding as often as possible, water the plant during drought. Such thorough care in the first year of the plant’s life will further ensure its resistance to pests and diseases.

Sedum is a succulent herbaceous plant for which any soil is suitable. The plant blooms with yellow flowers, starting from the first days of July and until the onset of cold weather. It has good winter hardiness, does not need shelter.

Sedum looks great in combination with asters, chrysanthemums, but can also be planted as a single plant. It is better to plant it in a sunny location, but it is able to put up with a little shadow. Sedum looks beautiful even after it blooms.

Refers to perennial bulbous plants. Became popular due to its unusual appearance.

Before planting corms, it is recommended to treat them with special means that will prevent the appearance of rot and pests. It is better to plant flowers on a location well lit by sunlight, with the absence of strong winds.

The soil should have good fertility and drainage. Phosphate-potassium fertilizers are ideal as feedings.Flowering occurs in August-September. In the autumn, after the gladiolus stops to bloom, and the leaves begin to turn yellow, it is necessary to dig, wash and dry the tubers. Before you send them for storage, processing is carried out using agents from rot (foundation, phytosporin) and pests (aktellik, fitoderm). For storage, choose a dry cool place.


This beautiful flower loves light, is resistant to both cold and drought. Sowing chrysanthemums are usually carried out in open ground in early spring. You can also transplant seedlings, they react normally to this procedure and quickly take root in a new place.

It is recommended to feed the plant with preparations containing phosphorus and potassium.

Cosmidium has a short stature, small flowers of rich, bright color. Inside the flower has a red color, decorated with bright yellow velvety edging. If you look at a flower close up, it is difficult to understand right away - it is dry or wet, the droplets of dew shimmer very beautifully in the sun.

We told you about the most beautiful plants, giving the names of the flowers of yellow color that will surely decorate your flower bed.

Yellow flowers: description and meaning

Yellow flowers are traditionally associated with the sun. They bring joy, energize and attract the eye. Breeders bred a large number of plant varieties with yellow flowers.

For registration of the suburban area, you can choose high, medium tall or miniature perennials. Pick up plants in such a way as to create a yellow flowerbed of continuous flowering, from the first spring months to the onset of autumn cold weather.

Below is a catalog of beautiful yellow perennials that can be grown in the country, with a description and photos.

Spring flowers

Among the yellow perennials, many representatives who bloom in April-May, as soon as the snow melts, and the frosts will stop. It is recommended to plant them on a plot in the fall, so that they could catch on and gain strength for the formation of buds by the new season.

Features crocuses:

  • Breed with the help of bulbs.
  • Bloom in mid-spring for 2 weeks.
  • Prefer acidic, fertile soil with high humidity.
  • At one place grow no more than 4 years, after which they gradually degenerate.

The most common varieties of crocuses with yellow buds:

  • Golden Yellow,
  • Goldilocks
  • Yellow Mammouth.

Spring garden without tulips - a rarity. Already at the beginning of May, onions, a friendly flowering of bulbous perennials begins.

Tips for growing tulips:

  • Depending on the variety there are tulips with simple or double buds.
  • The height of the stems ranges from 20 to 80 cm.
  • Tulips are planted in sunny areas with light fertile soil.
  • For proper development they need abundant watering and loosening.
  • It is not recommended to plant a variety of varieties nearby, as they tend to over-pollinate.
  • Every 3-4 years it is necessary to rejuvenate planting tulips to avoid degeneration.

The stores have a huge selection of varieties of bulbs. Among the representatives with yellow petals, the variety is especially popular Strong gold. Thanks to a large bud and a tall stalk, it is suitable for cutting and bouquets. Terry grade Monte peone different extraordinary decorative bud and delicate aroma.

The perennial flower won the hearts of gardeners not only with its decorative look, but also with an unforgettable scent. Low (up to 30 cm) flower stalks as clusters are dotted with miniature flowers, shaped like bells.

Bulbous plant is rather demanding on growing conditions:

  • The soil has a neutral level of acidity, loose structure and drainage.
  • Plots with shading from the midday sun are preferred.
  • Protection from winds is necessary, therefore it is recommended to plant near shrubs or buildings.
  • Mandatory dressing with superphosphate during the growing season.
  • It is important to timely remove weeds and mulch the soil.
  • Having watered moderately, it is impossible to allow remoistening of the soil.

Hyacinths with yellow petals bloom a little later than other species, while maintaining decorative effect for 2 weeks.


Scented herbaceous perennial blooms in late spring:

  • The plant tolerates winter without additional shelter.
  • Shade-tolerant, but better blooms in sunny areas of the garden.
  • Requires regular watering and loosening the soil.
  • On fertile soils can grow 5-6 years without transplanting.
  • Flowers solitary, formed on long stems.
  • The shape of the petals of narcissus is very diverse depending on the membership of different varieties.
  • There are both monophonic flowers, and with a bright border of the perianth.

Particularly impressive terry varieties of daffodils - "Double Gold Medal" and "Flyer".

These perennial flowers are distinguished by a wide variety of varieties, which are divided according to the following characteristics:

  • in terms of flowering,
  • as the root system,
  • the height of the plant
  • on the color of flowers.

The cultivation of irises depends on the species and variety. Combines their demands for abundant watering, especially during flowering.

It is preferable to grow perennials on a neutral, loose soil, providing drainage. Irises bloom best in the open to the sun beds. Pay attention to the varieties: Dunford and Spotted Yellow Iris (with red dots).

The representative of the family Lily, fragrant buds which decorate the flower bed from April to May. It grows well on sandy and loamy soils, needs moderate watering and high illumination.

Among the varieties of this bulbous occur as stunted grouse, and tall (up to 1 meter) species. The name of the plant was due to the spectacular type of flowers with a colorful pattern on the petals.


Miniature primrose bushes are covered with numerous buds from mid-spring to June. Primrose tolerates winter frostsgrows on light, moderately fertile soil. Abundant flowering is provided if you plant a flower in the area where the sun shines in the morning. Primrose propagates by dividing the shrub of an adult plant.


Yellow daisy or doronikum belongs to the Astrov family and is an unpretentious garden crop. The height of the perennial reaches 70 cm, but there are also stunted varieties.

The leaves are collected in the basal rosette, on individual peduncles in the center are tubular, and on the edges reed petals of yellow color. The diameter of the buds varies from 4 to 10 cm. Doronicum blooms at the very beginning of summer. Timely pruning of withered shoots stimulates the re-formation of buds.


When growing anemones, special attention should be paid to the soil. The developed perennial root system is sensitive to the composition of the soil. Preferred calcareous soil with high moisture permeability. Fertilizers are applied, and soil moisture is maintained throughout the growing season.

It is important to remove weeds and mulch the ground around the anemone. Flowers bloom in late spring diameter reaches 8 cm.


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Yellow flowers - haunters flower beds

Bulbous perennial with a huge variety of varieties.The greatest decoration is achieved when grown in areas open to the sun. At one place develops up to 4-5 years. Subsequently needs rejuvenation by dividing the bulbs.

Responsive culture for fertilizing for bulbous. Lily blooms throughout the second half of summer, while the buds that have bloomed, it is recommended to immediately remove. This will prolong the formation of new flowers.


Clematis climbing vine is a beautiful decoration of arches and pergolas on the garden plot.

To clematis pleased abundance of flowers, follow the recommendations for the care of perennial:

  • The soil needs neutral acidity with a layer of drainage.
  • Place for landing clematis should be protected from winds and midday rays of the sun.
  • Must have support for fragile stems.
  • Top dressing is made several times per season.
  • For the winter, shelter and shortening of shoots in accordance with the trimming group is required.

Yellow petals are found in varieties "Langutika», «LopastnikAnd pilariferous clematis.


Special charm give the flower beds perennial peonies. Grass or tree shrub occupies a central place in the garden. is he loves bright sun and fertile soil. Do not plant peonies near buildings or in the shade of trees.

Lush flowering is achieved if you regularly feed the bushes with fertilizers and ensure proper watering, without stagnant water. To maintain the decorative appearance, it is recommended to replant the peonies every 3-4 years to a new location. The bush must be rejuvenated by splitting the roots.


Probably, there is no such gardener who would bypass his attention to this beautiful flower. Numerous representatives of roses settled in flowerbeds around the world. Despite the difficulties faced by flower growers when growing rosaries, the popularity of the plant is only growing.

Every year the number of varieties, including yellow colors, increases:

  1. Graham thomas - climbing rose with fragrant yellow buds that cover the bush all summer.
  2. Mary rose - English peony rose from the famous collection of David Austin. It has a delicate aroma of yellow-orange flowers on a branchy bush.
  3. Golden showers - The rose is perfect for decorating arches due to the ability of the stems to braid supports. Wavy petals of pure yellow color attract with their decorative effect.


Familiar from childhood flower, turning after the sun. Belongs to the Astrov family, more than 100 species are known. The basket inflorescence is formed by tubular and reed flowers of a saturated yellow-orange color. Stalks are powerful, grow to a height of 3 meters. Landing in open areas is preferred, and support is required to protect against strong winds.

Golden ball

RudbeckiaThe better known as the Golden Ball is a perennial herb. The culture is unpretentious in leaving and quickly grows on a site, filling it with large balls of yellow, terry flowers. The diameter of one "ball" is 10-15 cm. Varieties are known for different height. The largest representatives need a garter to support. Flowering rudbeckia from July to frost.

Golden ball

A miniature representative of the family of violets is often used by gardeners to design borders and rock gardens. Annual and perennial varieties of viola delight the variety of colors.

Surface root system requires frequent moistening and loosening of the soil. For long flowering in time, remove the dead buds. Viola Yellow is recognized by gardeners as the most unpretentious.


Blooming throughout the summer perennial shrub. The most widespread on the territory of Russia received heliopsis grungy. Inflorescences of yellow-orange color are formed on tall stems. Petals resemble chamomile, reed at the edges and tubular in the middle of the inflorescence. The diameter is 7-10 cm.


More rare, but no less yellow flowers

Elf flower - so called this perennial for the unusually decorative form of the petals. Belongs to the family of buttercups. Green leaves with wax bloom collected in the rosette.

On smooth peduncles formed single drooping flowers of various shapes and colors. Hybrid varieties have varieties with yellow simple and double buds. Aquilegia blooms for one month, in rare cases up to 7 weeks.


Perennial hard-to-color culture belonging to the Astrov family. Inflorescences with yellow petals are collected around a brown cone covered with pollen.

Popular varieties have different flowering periods and stem height:

  • Helenium spring. Stems up to 1 meter. Orange inflorescences appear in May for one month.
  • Gehlenium Gupesa. Leaves on long stalks of a silvery shade. Flowers are yellow, large, up to 10 cm in diameter. It blooms in the middle of summer.
  • Helenium autumn. The most common type. The height of perennial reaches one and a half meters. Large inflorescences saturated yellow, sometimes reddish color. Blooms in August and September for 2 months.


The yellow petals of Rudbeckia are gathered around the black-brown core. Perennial herbaceous plant completely unpretentious. Once in 5 years it is recommended to replant planting with a flower to a new place and rejuvenate it by dividing the rhizome. The height of the garden culture varies from 50 cm to 2 meters. Tall rudbeks need extra support.



The tall arrows of the delphinium with a multitude of gradually opening flowers are a real decoration of the flowerbed. Recently, breeders managed to bring out a perennial variety with yellow petals.

Delphinium needs regular fertilizer. In the spring, add nitrogen-containing fertilizer to the soil, during the flowering period pay attention to fertilizers with phosphorus and potassium.

Yellow Delphiniums


Perennial herbaceous shrub, the biological name of which is Antirrinum. Fragrant flowers Plants resemble the mouth of a lion. They are collected in ascending inflorescences, gradually expanding from the bottom up.

Is different long flowering period - up to 3 months. Yellow varieties of antirrinum have a pronounced aroma. Caring for the lion's pharynx is weeding from weeds, watering in dry weather and applying organic fertilizers.



Troll Flower or the bathing place feels great in shaded places. She can make a company of shrubs or decorate stone decorative structures. Bright flowers of the swimsuit bloom in late spring or in June.

Lush bloom lasts about 3 weeks. Adult plants do not tolerate transplantation. At one place, the bathhouse has been growing for many years, without requiring special care. Provide only frequent, but not abundant watering and loosening. In winter, the shoots are pruned to the root bud.


Tall daylily originally from Asia. The slender stems of a perennial flower stretch to the sunlight. Eremurus is able to grow in the driest areas and for a long time to do without watering. Waterlogging may adversely affect the flower.

In the design of flower beds used as upper tier. Spike inflorescences are formed in June and gradually flash with bright colors from the bottom up. Fully blooming flower gardeners happy about 2 weeks.


The camelite or lisimachia belongs to the family Primrose. Forms a branched bush with upright or creeping shoots, densely decorated with flowers.

Yellow color of petals is typical for the following varieties:

  • The Recruitr is ordinary. Erect stem grows to 1 meter. Blooms in mid-June, pyramidal buds. Prefers partial shade and moist soil.
  • The swindler point. We love flower growers for lush bushes of light green and abundant flowering. Petals are yellow with an orange core. It blooms about one and a half months in the middle of summer.
  • Monkey Swaddler Miniature perennial with single flowers and creeping shoots. Able to grow rapidly, displacing neighboring crops.

Yellow grass flowers

Perennial shrub with lush green and yellow flowers of unusual shape. Low-growing representatives and large bushes rise to 2 meters from the ground. Loves wet and fertile soils. in areas shaded from the sun. Under direct rays dries up and loses its decorative appearance. Inflorescences spiciform, solitary or paniculate.



Herb plant of the Astrovie family. Used for registration of the site and for medicinal purposes. Numerous flowers are collected in thyroid inflorescences. For the arrangement of rock garden pay attention to Yarrow felt.

This is a ground cover representative growing up no more than 15 cm in height. Baskets of lemon inflorescences are covered with flower beds and dense carpet.


Garden St. John's wort, unlike a wild relative, is a grassy perennial with decorative greenery and flowers. Yellow asterisks of flower buds stand out effectively against the background of dark green shoots.

A special attraction is attached to the hunters a lot of finest elongated stamens framed by delicate petals. It does not require care, as it is able to independently ensure its development.


Gentian yellow

In the second half of summer large flower blooms bloom. Gentian Flowers or gentian yellow. It is the tallest member of the genus. Its stem extends upwards to 1.5 meters in height. At their summit, in the axils of the leaves, several flowers of bizarre form are formed at once.

The petals are elongated, with pointed edges. Gentian blossoms about 2 months. All the gentianas need for development is the sunny side, light, drained soil and moderate watering.


Undersized yellow perennials

Spring Adonis - the perfect perennial plant to decorate the alpine slide. Delicate yellow flowers on needle stems are perfectly combined with early primroses. Adonis is extremely picky about soil composition.

It grows best in black soil with the addition of wood ash. Dies in the shade, so you need a good illumination area. Poor transplant, so many years growing in one place.


Primula Yellow Giant

Refers to perennial herbaceous flowers. Low shrubs develop well in the penumbra on moist, moderately fertile soils. When planting, place the plants close to each other so that there is no open space between the leaves.

A yellow primrose blooms from mid-spring to mid-summer. It is more often used in border compositions or container growing.

Primula Yellow giant

Alissum rocky

Yellow carpet of lush inflorescences appears on flowerbeds with alissum at the end of spring. Stunted perennial shoots spread along the ground. Miniature flowers have a delicate aroma.

In the care is recommended to adhere to the basic rules:

  1. Watering is moderate, only in dry weather.
  2. Trimming is carried out in the summer for a decorative look. For the winter can not be cut, the flower may die.
  3. Top dressing is necessary once a season, in the spring period nitrogen fertilizer is applied.
  4. To weed and loosen the soil should be at least 2 times a month.

Alissum rocky

Houseplants with yellow flowers

Room jasmine differs drooping stems with a small number of opposite leaves. Along the shoots are located fragrant flowerscollected in brushes for several pieces. The shape of the buds resembles small stars that adorn the shrub for several weeks. The flower is protected from the scorching rays of the sun.

The pomp and duration of flowering is directly dependent on the nutritional value of the soil and the humidity of the air. Regular spraying and fertilizing for flowering plants will help to achieve maximum decorativeness of the crop.


To grow a gerbera in room conditions will help compliance with a number of conditions:

  1. A place for a bowl should be sunny and well ventilated.
  2. It is recommended to water with warm water, draining excess liquid from the pan.
  3. Temperature during the growing season is recommended to maintain at 20 ° C. In winter - no higher than 14 ° C.
  4. Top dressing is carried out only by complex mineral fertilizers during active growth and flowering.



For the development of pachistachis requires warm and humid air. Decorative appearance is achieved with sufficient light. Spreading bush grows up to 1 meteron which large opposite leaves are formed with appearing veins.

Inflorescences of unusual shape consist of numerous sepals of bright yellow color. Daily spraying and maintaining an air temperature of 20-23 ° C will avoid leaf fall.


Yellow flowers in landscape design

Warm shades of yellow are associated with the sun, joy and energy. Therefore, flower beds, decorated with golden buds, give the garden a special attraction.

The combinations of yellow perennials with plants of such shades look advantageous:

Bells, cornflowers and forget-me-nots are wonderful companions of yellow flowers. On the background of green grass or shrubs, you can plant yellow flowers of different heights (high, low, medium growth) - you get a concise and nice looking design. In the fall, a good neighborhood is formed by the joint planting of yellow dahlias with red marigolds.

Yellow flowers: perennials of different levels of growth

Landscaping - painstaking work. It is necessary to take into account many nuances when planting different seedlings. Designers devote a lot of time to selecting colors in flowerbeds, even more if this flowerbed is multi-tiered. In such compositions, a significant place is given to yellow colors, preferably to their perennial species. Experts know their stuff, and our recommendations are intended for novice gardeners.

Flowers for the upper tier of multi-level beds (see photo):

  • Siberian buzulnik is the only plant species of 150 bouzulnikov growing in Siberia and the Far East of Russia. Many cultivated varieties found in gardens and parks of Eurasia. The plant is tall, can reach 1.3 meters in height, the flowers are located on high peduncles, their color, depending on the variety, is pale or bright yellow, orange, rarely with a red tinge.

  • Elecampus (yellow color) - in the form of its flowers resemble asters, but a little smaller, the plant reaches a height of 1.5 meters or more, flowers of yellow shades.
  • Rudbeckia is a tall plant (up to 3 meters) with bright yellow flowers.

Flowers for the middle tier. Here preference must be given:

All these flowers have an average height of 0.2 to 1.3 meters, but differ in shape, size and shades. These herbaceous perennial crops fit well into the landscape of suburban private gardens, in country and park flower beds. Depending on the variety, they have different flowering time, as well as the intensity of the smell: weak aroma, subtle, or persistent and sharp.

Flowers of the lower tier of the flower beds, which can serve as a frame for the formed flower beds, decoration of borders and paths, are hyacinth, primroses, saffron or crocus. Their height is only from 10 to 40 centimeters.

Monochrome style

Monochrome style - the creation of design, where there are no sharp color drops. For “sunny” flowerbeds, it is not necessary to use a plant of the same species and variety; it is in shades of yellow that the play of light is felt, the transitions are completely pale, to bright, almost fiery orange and red shades. Is not it solar flares and extinction?

CouncilIf you want to grow your “sun” flower bed, do not take the time, study all the properties of the plants that you decide to plant on it: the exact color of the petals, the time of the beginning and end of flowering, growing conditions and methods of care. All this will be useful to you.

In a colorful range of other plants

Not everyone likes solid flowerbeds, these people prefer to arrange a flower garden in combination with flowers of different shades, other than yellow color. For them, we have prepared several recommendations:

  1. It is impossible to plant plants with flowers of different color, but more than 3-4 species in one bed. They must be combined with each other. Yellow petals of flowers shade well red or burgundy, but look bad with blue and blue. A good combination: yellow daffodils, red tulips, white lilies.
  2. Low-growing flowers should not be planted behind tall dahlias or peonies. That is, it is necessary to observe the correct number of floors of the plantings so that some flowers do not block others.
  3. Neighborhood of plants should be respected according to their agrotechnical growing requirements. Light-loving crops do not plant along with those that prefer shading, moisture-loving can not coexist with plants, which excess moisture only harm.

Flowers with positive energy will find application in any area, be it a flower garden in the country or in the park, a greenhouse or a greenhouse in a country estate. The “sunny” flowerbed will lighten your mood, add energy and warmth even on the most overcast day.


In early spring, immediately after the snow melts, primroses will delight you - spring primrose, adonis, or adonis, and of course, bulbous ones: crocuses, tulips, hyacinths, daffodils.

Primula (Primula) - The plant is very winter-hardy, in height from 10-15 to 40 cm in height. Primula grows better in sunny places. But if you plant a primula even under an apple tree, then it will have time to bloom before the leaves grow on the apple tree and they shade the primula. Flowering primrose begins from the end of April and lasts until June. Primrose flowers can be dried and make them tincture of insomnia. Primula perfectly responds to watering and feeding, prefers to grow on fertile, humus-rich or humus-rich soils.

Adonis (Adonis) - a perennial and wild plant, but if you have the desire, adonis can be grown in your garden, recreating favorable conditions for it. Adonis grows best on light and fertile soil. It should be remembered that watering adonis should be moderate, it does not stand overflows. Typically, adonis grows in small curtains, reaching a height of 20-30 cm. At one place adonis can grow for a long time - ten or more years. But with the transfer and division of adonis do not need to hurry. Adonis division can be done after 4-5 years of cultivation in one place. In order for Adonis to have a better transplant, it is best carried out in the fall, in September-October.

Crocuses (Crocus) - low perennial bulbous plants growing in one place for 3-4 years without transplanting. After that, crocuses need to be planted, otherwise the flowers begin to shrink. Spring-flowering crocuses bloom when the snow does not have time to go. They are planted in the fall - in September and October. There are also autumn-flowering crocuses, they need to be planted in July and August.

Crocuses grow well in a light, nutrient soil that easily passes water. It is necessary to know that crocuses do not tolerate fresh manure, wetlands, or soils where groundwater is too close to the surface, as well as acidic soils. This requirement applies to all bulbous: tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, muscari. Crocuses of the variety GoldenYellow are ideal for the yellow flowering flowerbed.

Tulip (Tulipa) - perennial bulbous plant. Without these flowers in the flower bed can not do, because May - the month of tulip blooming. Your heart will help you in choosing a tulip.:) As soon as it becomes very crowded at the sight of a tulip, do not hesitate, take it immediately. Among the tulips there are early and late-flowering, liliavetvechnye, fringed, double, multi-flowered tulips. Tulips should be planted in sunny places, protected from the cold spring winds. Tulips prefer a light, nutritious soil.

Depending on the type and type of tulip height varies from 10 cm to 1 meter. When feeding onion plants, avoid using fertilizers with a high nitrogen content. With an excess of nitrogen tulips rot. But watering - even and abundant - contributes to the full bloom of tulips. Without a transplant tulips can grow 3-4 years.

To enhance the yellow color of the spring flower bed, hyacinths are always ready to come to the tulips. Hyacinth (Hyacinthus) - perennial bulbous plant with a height of 10-30 cm. Among the hyacinths, it is also possible to choose yellow-flowering varieties. For the cultivation of hyacinths is very important good drainage and high soil fertility. To hyacinths every year pleased you with its flowering, it is important to know that the period of rest of hyacinth bulbs must be at least 4 months. In late autumn, directly in front of severe frosts, hyacinth bulbs are planted in flower beds. Planting hyacinths need shelter. You can use non-woven material, straw, spruce.

Immediately behind the tulips, daffodils begin to blossom. Narcissus (Narcissus) - perennial bulbous plant. Narcissus is completely unpretentious, it can grow on any well-drained soil, but you need to know that the soil should be well treated to a depth of 30 cm and also well fertilized. For better flowering of daffodils is best to use phosphorus-potassium fertilizers.

In one place daffodils can grow up to six years without a transplant, after which they need to be seated. To create a yellow flower bed, you can use special yellow-flowering daffodils or Jonkilla (Jonquille).

In place of daffodils come irises. Among irises you can choose varieties not only of a certain color, but also pick up fragrant. So nice when a light fragrance spreads around the garden.

Irises (Iris) - perennial rhizomatous plants, are completely undemanding to the soils, but do not tolerate overwetting, and therefore need good drainage. In one place without a transplant, irises can grow up to seven years, after which the rhizome of irises needs division. For the yellow flower beds can be taken Spectral Challenge Irises yellow color.

8. Doronicum

Doronicum (Doronicum)Or kozulnik - a perennial plant, blooms in late May - early June. His large yellow daisies fill the pause between spring and summer flowering plants. Doronicum is an unpretentious plant that grows very quickly, even after it has faded, remains highly decorative due to its brilliant rich green leaves. Doronicum easily tolerates shading, due to which its flowering becomes longer.

The height of doronicum, depending on the selected variety and type, can vary from 25 cm to 1 meter. Doronikum is not prone to lodging, its flower stalks are firmly on their feet. It is practically not affected by pests. Having once planted doronikum in my garden, I have never regretted it.

9. Aquilegia

Aquilegia, like doronicum, blooms in late May - early June. Aquilegia (Aquilegia) - biennial plant that easily turns into a perennial. Aquilegia is a completely unpretentious plant that easily tolerates drought due to its powerful core root system. Therefore, watering aquilegia can be infrequent, but abundant.

Aquilegia grows well both in sunny places and in shaded places, due to which flowering is somewhat delayed. And if it is also fed, and to remove faded flower stalks, the flowering of aquilegia can be extended until autumn.But in this mode aquilegia can be exhausted, and in order that next year its flowering will not be affected, feed aquilegia with phosphorus-potassium fertilizers in the fall.

Aquilegia remains decorative throughout the season, not only due to the original shape of flowers, but also due to openwork leaves.

Viola (Viola), or pansies, simply indispensable in the flower garden. If you are a beginner florist, and do not know where to start, the viola is your flower. It is easy to grow from seed itself. It is unpretentious to the soil, grows well in sunny places. Since the viola is a low plant, and tillage of the weeds is a little difficult, immediately after planting the viola in the soil, mulch the planting with a high layer of freshly milled, chopped grass, this will help retain moisture in the soil. As mulch you can use humus, it will serve as an additional food for the viola. It should be remembered that the viola can not be fertilized with fresh manure.

Viola will look great not only in group plantings. It can be planted at the foot of shrubs, such as roses. For the yellow flowering beds, you can use the following varieties of Viola: Gold of the Rhine, Golden Crown.

11. Heliopsis

Heliopsis rough(Nelyorsis ssabga) likes a slightly wet soil. Heliopsis is a perennial that is easy to grow from seeds, but in this case it will only bloom next year. Heliopsis is not demanding to the soil, but if you have groundwater close to your site, you need good drainage. Heliopsis blooms at the end of June and can bloom until the end of September, provided that you feed it. Heliopsis easily tolerates transplant. Heliopsis Spitzeniazerin 130 cm high has bright yellow semi-double inflorescences.

13. Clematis

Clematis (Clematis) - perennial herbaceous or ligneous (liana) plant. Clematis is a heat-loving plant, therefore it needs shelters for the winter. For planting clematis you need to choose a sunny place, the soil for clematis should be well fertilized. Remember that clematis does not tolerate acidic soils, they need good drainage. Clematis can be soloists at the site, and also serve as an excellent addition to climbing roses.

If you are hampered by clematis pruning and sheltering for the winter, plant clematis, which are pruned in the fall on a stump, and spring all summer grow and bloom again in the spring. Clematis "Radar of Love" and "Helios" are suitable for all parameters.

14. Gelenium

Gelenium(L) - perennial plant, preferring calcareous moderately moist fertile soil. In case of small watering, it is necessary to mulch the plantings of gelenium. Depending on the variety, helenium can be from 20 to 180 cm high. Gelenium is an autumn flower that blooms in August-September. Especially bright gelenium in cloudy rainy weather, when in the morning rain will charge. Inflorescences gelenium will delight you until frost.

Recommended varieties of helenium: Waltraut, about one meter in height, with golden-brownish inflorescences-baskets and Kanari with yellow. In late autumn, helenium shoots should be cut off at ground level, cover the rhizomes with lapnik and p / e film to prevent decay of the rhizome of helenium.

15. Rudbeckia

One of the most popular garden perennials - Rudbeckia. The garden form of rudbeckia, dissected with terry spherical golden yellow inflorescences, is known in Russia as the Golden Ball. Grade Rudbeckia "Goldstrum" has a height of 60 cm, it has golden-yellow inflorescences with a black middle.

Rudbeckia is not demanding on soils, it is very responsive to dressing. Perfectly propagated by seeds and rhizome division in spring and autumn. It blooms in July and August. Faded inflorescences can be cut off to prolong flowering, and you can leave: first, its black button heads do not spoil the look of the flower garden at all, secondly, the seeds of orebeckia ripen, and you will have many orebeckling seedlings that you can always exchange with friends .Planting rudbeckia in your garden, you will not regret! There are also annual varieties of Rudbeckia.

17. Buzulnik

Prefers moist soil and partial shade buzulnik(Ligularia). His hybrid variety, “Weihenstephan”, grows up to 180 cm, has very large inflorescences-baskets, collected in a large ear.

Bouzulniki grow well on moist, well-drained soils, otherwise they are not demanding on the soil. You can place a buzulnik next to a pond where it can become the center of the composition. If there is no reservoir on the site, then it is better to plant the buzulnik in partial shade, since the decorativeness of the buzulnik is reduced in the sun-blown places. At one place without a transplant, a buzulnik can grow for a very long time, up to twenty years. Easily propagated by dividing the rhizome and seeds. Buzulnik is practically not damaged by diseases and pests, it has a high winter hardiness.

20. St. John's Wort

Hypericum (Hypericum perforatum) - herbaceous perennial plant. St. John's wort is completely unpretentious, it hibernates well, is not demanding to the soil, and tolerates droughts easily. It can grow in full sun and in partial shade. The only thing that he does not tolerate is the stagnation of water in the soil. On fertile soils, and in the presence of dressings, tutsan will give you a whole scattering of bright golden-yellow flowers! Do not forget to tear off the flowering inflorescences of Hypericum for further flowering. However, St. John's wort can be used as a medicinal plant: then in the midst of flowering shoots with color cut and dry. Hypericum infusions help with sore throat, stomach, stomach cramps.

21. Enotera

Enotera (Oenothera biennis)Or donkey - biennial tall plant. Enotera grows well on dry marginal soils containing lime. The inoter should be planted in elevated places, because there is a threat that the enotery root rosters will melt out in spring from thawed snow. If the site is located close to groundwater, then you need to take care of drainage.

Enotera missouri (Oenotheramissuris) - perennial groundcover. The enotera missouri grows well on light drained nutrient soils with a neutral soil pH (6.0-6.5).

Enotera Missouri is used to decorate rocky gardens, mixborders, it looks great in group plantings. The flowers of the African Sun Primrose variety are revealed throughout the daylight hours from June to October. Due to such a long flowering period and very bright color of flowers, this variety of evening primrose has a chance to take a strong place in the summer floral assortment. In the fall, the enotery of Missouri should be cut at the root.

Yellow Perennial Garden Flowers

Monochrome yellow flower garden

Below you will find a convenient list of perennials, divided into three groups depending on the height: tall - 1-2.5 meters, sredneroslye - 30-100 cm and undersized - up to 30 cm.

Perennial perennials

Among srednerosly perennial flowers, which look advantageously both in single and in group plantings, it is possible to distinguish:

Sunny flower - Gelenium

  • Tree peony (Paeonia) is a perennial shrub with lush foliage and large flowers. In height can reach 1 meter.
  • Fritillaria (Fritillaria) - this perennial owes its funny name to the colorful design of its own flower, which, by the way, is incredibly good. The height of the hazel grouse depends on the variety and type. Its approximate range: 20 cm - 1 m.

  • Tulip (Tulipa) is an extremely effective and popular bulbous perennial, whose height ranges from 15 to 80 cm, depending on the variety and type. Tulip flowers are very beautiful and large enough.
  • Chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemum) - one of the most popular perennial plants (but note that there are annual species), blooming with large "shaggy" flowers. Height - from 25 to 130 cm.
  • Undersized perennials

    Marigold perennial undersized

    Looks good undersized perennials and along the garden paths and as part of mixborders. In general, the choice of a place to plant these plants is a matter of the gardener's taste.

    Read our next article about undersized curb flowers.

    Primula (primrose) - a low herbaceous plant

    Types and varieties of perennials yellow

    Miniature dwarf Irises - a great decoration of the garden plot

    That is why you should prepare for the search and purchase of the necessary species in advance, and the list below will help you with this:

    • Buzulnik: buzulnik toothed (varieties Osiris Fantasy, Britt Marie Crawford, Desdemona), Przewalski's buzulnik (The Rocket).
    • Elecampane: Elecampus tall.
    • Rudbeckia: Rudbeckia dissected, Rudbeckia Hirt ("Meine Freude"), rudbeckia hybrid, rudbeckia brilliant.
    • Catchment: aquilegia hybrid.
    • Gelenium: Bigelow gelenium, low gelenium, autumn gelenium (“Sunny Hill”), hybrid gelenium.
    • Doronicum: Doronicum Oriental ("Spring Beauty", "Gold Dwarf"), Doronicum Plantain ("Miss Mason", "Harpuf Crewe"), Doronicum Cumumny ("Gold Straus"), Doronicum Austrian.
    • Iris: dwarf iris ("Lutea"), garden iris or hybrid.
    • Bathing-house: European bathing-house.

  • Daylily: daylily lemon yellow, daylily yellow, daylily small, daylily of Thunberg.
  • Narcissus: tubular daffodil, large-corded daffodil (“Daydream”), triandrus daffodil (“Hawera”), cyclide-shaped narcissus (“February Gold”), terry narcissus (“Yellow Cheerfulness”, “Irene Copeland”, “Rip Van Winkle”), jonkillium daffodil ("Pipit"), tart-shaped daffodil ("Scarlet Gem").
  • Peony: Wittman peony, mountain peony, yellow peony, Mlokosevicha peony.

  • Hazel grouse: the hazel grouse is imperial, the hazel grouse is yellow.
  • Tulip (flower growers usually classify tulips not according to biological species, but according to flowering period): early flowering - simple early (“Mon Tresor”) and early terry (“Monte Carlo”), medium flowering - triumph-tulips, late flowering - green-color, fringed (“ Exotic Sun ”,“ Hamilton ”), Rembrandt tulips, late terry (“ Akebono ”).
  • Chrysanthemum: autumn chrysanthemum, Korean chrysanthemum ("Altgold", "Mishal").
  • Adonis: Adonis Amur.

  • Hyacinth: Oriental Hyacinth and its numerous hybrids ("Gipsy Queen").
  • Primula: Primula ordinary, ear primrose, Florinda primula, primula high.
  • Crocus: Crocus of a sowing campaign, Crocus of Sharoyan, crocus yellow (“Largest Yellow”), crocus golden (“E.G. Bowles”, “Nanette”), crocus narrow-leaved.
  • Advantages and disadvantages of perennial yellow flowers

    If all the plants in the flower garden are perennial, then you will not need to buy new seedlings and seeds every year, and then spend a lot of time planting them.

    Perennials are much less whimsical than annuals, but they also need your attention: a competent choice of a place for planting and soil, a well-thought-out layout of plants in height, light-loving and moisture-loving, periodic transplanting.

    Perennials require some time to grow and subsequent flowering, so your flowerbed does not immediately acquire a complete look. It will take a while. Some plants may die due to too dry summer or unsuccessful wintering, so you have to plant them again.

    Flower garden care

    An example of a well-groomed "yellow" flower garden

    When planting and transplanting perennials focus on the time of their flowering. Perennial plants, blooming in autumn and summer, plant in spring, and those that bloom in summer, transplant in late August or early September.

    In autumn, perennial flowers should be pruned for the winter (except for evergreens). The stem of plants is usually left at a height of 10-15 cm. Before wintering, some plants can be covered with leaves so that they do not freeze.

    Perennial roses

    Particular attention should be paid to onion perennials. They should be planted in the fall, and in the summer - to monitor the dead leaves and not to remove them until full drying, otherwise it will greatly weaken the plant.

    If you follow all these simple rules, the “sunny” flowerbed will delight you for years. And now, when you are convinced that planning a monochrome yellow flower garden is not difficult at all, it's time to try creating your own.

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    Such plants are not afraid of cold, and they are shown out of the ground in the first spring month. They are recommended to plant in close proximity to shrubs and trees. It is worth remembering that the flowering of them is quite short, and after its completion, the part located above the ground dies.

    Disclosure of such delicate flowers occurs along with snowdrops. They bloom at the very beginning of spring and look very impressive and fresh. And in order to achieve even greater effect, you can plant such flowers of various colors next to it. Crocuses are recommended to be planted under shrubs and trees, in the open, in the middle of a lawn or in a container.

    Such lovely spring flowers appealed to a large number of summer residents. They have an unusual look. Different species may vary in timing of flowering. The earliest bloom in March. For such a plant does not require special care, and it can multiply independently kiddies. When planting, this fact must be taken into account, because it will be extremely difficult to transfer such a flower to another place. It is recommended to plant onions together with a pot.

    This plant is not afraid of frost and it begins to bloom in early spring. These beautiful flowers of rich yellow color can warm the soul with their appearance on a gloomy spring day. It should be planted at the beginning of autumn, and a partially shaded place should be chosen. Recommended spring for group plantings, as well as with it you can enrich the rocky landscape.

    Scilla is very often found on country shrinkage, while they grow between trees. Such plants are unpretentious and can grow on the ground of any quality. And if they get moisture, they will begin to multiply very quickly. In this regard, when planting it should be remembered that their population will have to be controlled.

    Such a perennial plant has a rather effective and not quite ordinary appearance. Care of him will not be difficult, as it is undemanding and non-capricious. It is recommended to use for group landings.

    Many gardeners consider narcissus to be a rather boring and already rather boring flower. But if to consider that a large number of the most various grades appeared, then this flower is still capable to surprise even the experienced summer resident. Below are the most popular varieties:

    • Tubular,
    • Small crown,
    • Krupnokoronchaty,
    • Terry,
    • Triandus,
    • Cyclamenoid,
    • Bulbokodium,
    • Joncilly,
    • Multicolored.

    This plant is evergreen. The main flowering occurs in early spring, and in summer only single flowers remain. It is rather easy to care for such perennial, as it is unpretentious and undemanding. It should be remembered that for normal development and growth it needs nip.

    Catalog of perennial flowers for the garden, blooming in spring and summer

    There is also a fairly large number of perennial plants that are capable of their spectacular exterior to decorate the dacha in both spring and summer. Below are the most common and popular species among summer residents.

    Such a perennial very spectacular plant begins to bloom in the last spring weeks. It is recommended to plant in light, nutrient-rich soil. For adonis, you can, if you wish, choose a well-lit, sunny place, or a shade. It is recommended to replant such perennial as rarely as possible, because it reacts extremely negatively to this procedure.

    Such a very beautiful plant, like an alissum, is absolutely perfect for dry periods. For planting it is recommended to choose a sunny place. This perennial flower grows best and develops on slightly alkaline soil. When watering should be especially careful, as perennial reacts negatively to overflow.

    Such a plant is among the most unperturbable plants, perfectly suitable for the dacha. Badan will not cause much damage dry periods. Also, this perennial is able to tolerate very cold weather. You can not transplant for decades, while it will annually please with its flowers until the middle of the spring period.

    This plant has a very effective and extremely unusual appearance. This may explain the high popularity of this flower among summer residents. When growing hyacinths, it should be remembered that it is not able to tolerate very severe frosts. When choosing a place for such a flower, you need to remember that it must be protected from strong gusts of wind. When watering should be extremely careful, because the hyacinth also does not tolerate excessive moisture of the soil.

    Such a herbaceous perennial plant prefers to grow in shady places. In order for it to grow and develop normally, it needs to provide a sufficient amount of moisture. It responds well to systematic fertilization in the soil. Also, do not forget that kupena absolutely not afraid of frost.

    Such a perennial plant grows well and develops in shady places. When watering, it should be remembered that it should be abundant and systematic, and all because forget-me-not really loves moisture. You can enjoy very cute flowers painted in bright colors, in May – June. You can multiply forget-me-not quite easily with the help of seeds. The name of such a flower is often used when writing songs or poems.

    Compact bushes adorn spectacular, brightly colored flowers. Such plants are so charming and beautiful that they are very popular among summer residents. Showy flowers bloom in the middle of spring. For planting should choose a plot of land rich in nutrients. In order for the primrose to grow and develop normally, it needs to provide a sufficient amount of moisture.

    How long the flowering of violets falls is directly dependent on the varieties and varieties. Such plants have become very popular among summer residents thanks to their fragrant pretty flowers. Also, this plant has won the hearts of a large number of summer residents, as it is undemanding in the care. In order for your site to adorn the bright flowers of such a perennial plant, it needs to arrange a fairly frequent watering.


    Flowering in such an unusual plant begins in August and ends in the month of September. This flower is not suitable for all areas. So, it is grown only in summer cottages located in the southern regions. For landing should choose a well-lit place and this is a prerequisite. Also this flower needs acidified soil.


    Such a plant is considered autumn. It is very undemanding in care and does not need special growing conditions. Due to this, such a plant has become very popular among summer residents. However, if you are going to grow colchicum, it should be remembered that its juice may leave a burn if it comes into contact with the skin. In this regard, when working with such a flower should be extremely careful.

    This plant is quite popular and it can often be found at the dacha. Flowering begins in the first summer month. Cornflower has a huge number of varieties. Such varieties are conventionally divided into 2 different groups depending on the type of care and growing conditions they require.

    Such a decorative flower as gladiolus is incredibly popular among summer residents. And almost every person probably knows how his spectacular flowers look. This plant has a huge variety of varieties, or rather, 10 thousand. For planting gladioli should choose a well-lit place.They also need a nutrient rich soil.


    This plant is also very popular among summer residents. The fact is that it has not only very spectacular and bright flowers, but also a rather long flowering period. So, it continues from the beginning of the summer period and until the onset of frost. Such a decorative flower responds well to the introduction of manure into the soil.

    Bush hosts

    An excellent element in the decor of the garden will be the bushes of the hosts. The plant loves moisture, so it can be safely planted in those parts of the garden where there is shade, high humidity or even wetlands. Fertilizer is applied to the planting pit, then bush lay.

    The roots must be well covered with earth, but here it is important that the soil does not get into the center of the rosette of the bush, otherwise the plant will hurt.

    The main enemy of the hosts is the slug. In the second half of summer or autumn, when soil moisture increases due to frequent rains, the bushes are subject to the invasion of a slug, in the southern areas - snails.

    To combat them, you can make traps (very suitable saucers with beer) or collect by hand. Another protection option, when the soil around the bush is decorated with fine gravel, expanded clay, sawdust, bark.

    At the same time it will be an additional fertilizer.

    There are also many interesting varieties of perennial plants that will easily take root in any garden or cottage. They grow throughout the CIS countries.

    Such species include: ornamental onion, garlic, ground cover plants - stonecrop.

    Cute islands of these perennials will be a wonderful decoration of the garden plot.

    Garden decoration is a very exciting activity. As you fill the site experience comes, favorite flowers appear.

    And if earlier, passing by a stone or brick that was accidentally seen, a person was absolutely calm, then by purchasing a piece of land, he would definitely pay attention to it and imagine where it can be used and how to use it.

    Why choose perennial plants

    Gardeners prefer this type of plant to annual flowers for many good reasons.

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    The advantages of perennial plants:

    1. The ability to create a beautiful flower bed that retains its attractiveness throughout the summer season.
    2. Landscape design created with their help may persist for several years. This period depends on the grade of the flower bed. At the same time, the gardener does not have to dig up plants every year, transplant or re-plant a flower bed.
    3. Most of the varieties are resistant to low temperatures, so the flower bed can well overwinter in the soil without additional protective equipment. In the warm season, perennials bloom first, as they have already formed and strong root system.
    4. Growing decorative beds is accompanied by minimal costs. To preserve the beauty of flower beds do not need to buy planting material annually.

    The combination of different types of garden flowers will decorate the dacha

    Helpful advice! Use perennial plants for additional seedlings, tubers and seeds. Many gardeners practice a system for the exchange of planting material among themselves. Use this method to get new varieties for your flowerbed for free.

    Catalog of perennial flowers for the garden: photo with the names of the most popular plants

    Placed in the catalog of perennial flowers for giving photos with names can be considered as a kind of guide to the world of gardening and landscape design. Since there is a lot of sowing material on the market, it is worth considering the most popular varieties, which not only professionals can cope with growing, but also summer gardeners.

    Watering is a mandatory component of care for dacha plants

    Alyssum: photo, planting and flower bed care

    Alyssum is suitable for arid areas. It is able to withstand not only drought conditions, but also shows resistance to low temperatures. The plant takes root on any soil. There is no need for complex care activities.

    • landscape objects,
    • rock gardens,
    • curbs,
    • compositions needing a ground cover addition.

    Alyssum has fragrant flowers and rich colors. Planting is carried out on top of a light soil with a high fertility rate. The plant needs the sun, and is combined with elements such as paved fences, paths, and rocky crevices. Alyssum requires moderate watering and increased nutrition at the first stage of development.

    Alyssum - an unpretentious flower, rooted in dry soil

    Anemones: planting and care, photo of flowers

    This type of plant belongs to the genus Anemone. Photos of anemone flowers show violet, blue and bright red hues. In severe areas, the plant is grown as an annual. The diameter of the flowers is 70-80 mm.

    Helpful advice! For the design of bouquets, it is recommended to cut the buds of anemones, which have not yet fully blossomed and have a weak color. The vase should be filled with water a quarter of the length of the peduncle, and the petals do not need to be wetted.

    Planting anemone and care for them is quite simple. Tubers sit in a moderately fertile soil in a sunny place to a depth of 5 cm. The ground must be breathable. In poor soil, the plant will need additional feeding. It is better if it is a complex mineral fertilizer, which should be introduced into the soil twice during the summer.

    Bright flowers of anemones will decorate any flowerbed

    Pansies: planting and care, photo

    Pansies are included in the list of the most popular plants. Their second name is viola. Perennial is characterized by a huge number of colors:

    Sunny place and wet loam with a high level of fertility are optimal conditions for planting, they will increase the flowering time. Landing in the lowlands, where the liquid stagnates, it is better to avoid. The plant requires frequent feeding, for this purpose, suitable superphosphate and ammonium nitrate. From the use of fresh manure should be abandoned.

    In order to extend the flowering period, the areas that have faded and the seed boxes are removed. Otherwise, seed ripening takes a lot of energy from the plant.

    Pansies have bright colorful colors.

    Astilby: planting in the open field and caring for the plant

    Many owners of country plots are attracted by beautiful photos of astilbe. Planting and caring for this plant may vary, as perennial has several varieties that can be dwarf, short, medium or tall.

    The plant is crowned with inflorescences in the form of panicles of various colors. Astilba has the following requirements in terms of planting and care:

    • penumbra,
    • humus-rich soil
    • watering on a regular basis (afraid of overheating of the roots),
    • removal of peduncles after the flowering period.

    Helpful advice! Bare root system should be covered with a special covering material or laparnik used to protect it so that the plant does not die from frost.

    Astilba is well accustomed to the sun and shaded area

    Asters: planting and care in the open field

    In the photo, aster flowers look spectacular, and this is not surprising. This perennial is considered the dominant plant of all that can only be in the autumn garden. Astra is characterized by abundant flowering until the beginning of the first frost.

    The palette of shades is diverse: dark purple, white, delicate lilac, light violet, rich pink.

    Requirements for care and landing:

    • placement area - weak partial shade or sunny area,
    • light soils with good water permeability
    • organic and mineral fertilizers,
    • plentiful watering
    • the separation of bushes and seating every five years.

    Scope of application extends to the design of the edges of beds and paths. Plants can play the role of borders and carpet flower beds.

    Aster flowers can have a wide variety of shades.

    Badany: planting in the open field and the care of perennial

    Badana leaves with a shiny surface have a rounded shape, and its flowers are painted pink. The plant is characterized by good development on fertile soils. It is recommended to place banean in areas with a slight darkening. Lack of sunlight can delay the flowering period and affect the beauty. Poor soil can also be the basis for plant growth. Thanks to regular feeding perennial able to form sockets.

    • beds of group type,
    • rocky garden areas,
    • rabatki and borders.

    Note! A winter surviving plant is very vulnerable to fungi. Therefore, in the spring it is recommended to feed the bergenia and treat its foliage with protective preparations.

    Badan is well established on a rocky site or alpine slide

    Periwinkle: planting in the open field and caring for the plant

    Periwinkle refers to the climbing and creeping species of groundcover plants. He has the ability to rapidly grow in breadth. The leaves of this perennial have a leathery structure, covered with gloss. In most cases, they are dark or light green. In rare cases, the leaves are stained with golden or cream shades.

    The plant quickly forms the root system, prefers the conditions of the penumbra. The soil at the same time can be almost any. The only condition for normal development is the absence of drying out. Watering should be carried out on a regular basis. Plants are recommended to cut. In the conditions of severe winters protection in the form of covering material is required. A good neighborhood will be: proleski, primroses, hyacinths and geyhery.

    Periwinkle shoots spread along the ground and grow in breadth

    Buzulnik: photos and specifics of this perennial

    Large leaves of buzulnik and its unusual color attracts summer residents. Perennial valued for abundant bloom for a long time and absolute unpretentiousness. Optimum conditions for the development of a plant can be created with equal success by a shadow and a solar plot.

    Helpful advice! The solar zone should be selected carefully, since an excessive amount of light leads to fading and damage to the leaves.

    Recommended planting in soils with a sufficient level of nutrients and moisture. Watering is carried out as needed. The period of fertilization of organic and mineral origin occurs in the spring and early summer. In the autumn, peat grinding and perennial cutting is performed almost to the root zone. There is no need to cover for the winter.

    Bright yellow buds of buzulnik will decorate the summer cottage

    Verbeinik: photo, planting and caring for the plant

    Summer residents call the Loosestrife lisimachia. This perennial can have the form of an erect plant or creeping shoots. The colorful photos of the amateur colts visually reflect how effectively the flowerbed can look in the backyard area with these yellow or red flowers. Some of them can be used for medicinal purposes.

    Most of the plants of this species prefer abundant sunshine, only some varieties feel better in a shaded place.

    Care requirements:

    • wet soil
    • abundant watering on a regular basis
    • fertilizing complex fertilizers twice a month.

    The plant tolerates cold and does not require the use of covering material.

    Loosewort (lysimachia) may have red or yellow inflorescences

    Gazania: planting and care, photos of perennials

    Gazania (or gazania) refers to flowering plants in summer, with an extensive palette of flowers. For this reason, landscape designers have called it South African chamomile.

    Note! The genus of perennials gazania unites almost 40 varieties grown in warm countries. Some of them can develop in cold regions, but in the form of annuals.

    Due to its unpretentiousness gatsaniya can be grown:

    • in pots,
    • in rock gardens,
    • in boxes on the balcony,
    • as a border design.

    For normal development requires a lot of sun and open terrain. The soil should be turf mixed with sand. Stagnant water is highly undesirable. Even in conditions of dry weather, perennial needs moderate watering.

    Gardeners call gazania South African chamomile

    Hyacinths: planting in the open field and care for perennials

    Planting hyacinths and care for them primarily comes down to the use of fertilizers. To obtain large and full flowers, a dry type top dressing is used, which is introduced into the soil immediately after the first sprouts appear, and the first soil loosening is done.

    The second fertilization is done during the period when the buds are formed. At this time, the fertilizer is fed at the root in liquid form. The third time, recharge occurs after the hyacinths have bloomed. This type of plant is characterized by special irrigation requirements. Before the bulbs take root, the soil should not be allowed to dry. The earth should remain wet. In the remaining period, when the shoots are already visible, irrigation should be carried out on a regular basis, especially in dry weather.

    The first time after planting hyacinths must be watered abundantly

    Gypsophila perennial: planting, care, photos and features of the plant

    Gypsophila has the appearance of flowering shrubs. Its delicate flowers of white or pink flowers abundantly cover perennial, creating the effect of air haze. Photos of gypsophila, which can be found on the net, clearly show that this type of plant will look good:

    • in the background of the garden
    • at the walls of the support,
    • in rock gardens.

    Perennial has a high resistance to winter cold. The main preferences are light soil with a high level of fertility and moisture, sunny terrain.

    Helpful advice! Gypsophila extremely sensitive to the transplant. To increase the percentage of successful outcome, you must pre-process the root system with a root formation stimulator.

    Perennial gypsophila great for landing on an alpine slide

    Gentian: photo, planting and care in the open field, especially the treatment of the flower

    Gentian is a perennial plant blooming with blue bells. The period of active flowering coincides with the summer season. This mountain flower is recommended to be planted on the alpine hills. The perennial group of this genus includes more than four hundred varieties and varieties.

    Like all low-growing plants, gentian needs a careful approach to fertilizers. Feeding with a high nitrogen content can damage the plant. Sunlight should be dosed, but this does not mean that the flower should be placed in the shade. Dried shoots must be removed from the flower bed.

    Gentian flowers are shaped like bells

    Dicentra: photo, landing and care ("broken heart")

    In the photo the perennial dycenters can be seen arched inflorescences, dotted with heart-shaped flowers, which can be white, pink or light purple. In total, this genus has about ten cultivated varieties of plants.

    The most important condition for successful cultivation of the center is the correctly chosen landing zone. In the penumbra, she feels best, but the sunny area will be a great place for the habitat of a flower, provided it is watered in time. The soil should have a rich mineral and organic composition.You can fertilize it with humus before planting.

    Because of the shape of the flowers, the dicentre is called the "broken heart"

    Creeping creeper: photos and perennial care

    Gardeners love zing for their resistance to the adverse effects of weather conditions. It does not show vulnerability to pests and diseases. Due to dense flowering, even in conditions of minimal sunlight, zivuchka can land in specific areas of the summer cottage.

    Scope of application:

    • decoration of rocky slopes
    • landing at the bottom of the green hedge,
    • design trunks of trees around the circumference.

    The procedure of seating, disembarking and replanting can be performed throughout the summer season. For plants, free flowing soil with peat, sand, or sod is good.

    Creeping zhivuchku can be planted on rockeries and stone slopes

    Honeysuckle: photos, varieties, description of perennial and care for them

    Honeysuckle is a shrub that tends to bear fruit. There are a lot of varieties of this plant, but if we restrict ourselves to those where edible berries grow, the choice will be between honeysuckle:

    The shrub is unpretentious in care and can take root anywhere in the site where you want to plant it. The main thing - the presence of protection from the wind and a sufficient amount of sun.

    Helpful advice! Honeysuckle does not like loneliness, as well as neighborhoods with specimens of the same grade. And in the first and in the second case, the yield of perennial drops significantly.

    There are many varieties of honeysuckle

    Clematis: landing and care. Photos of vine plants

    Clematis can be a worthy decoration of any garden, suburban area or courtyard in a private house.

    • resistance to winter conditions
    • long flowering period
    • easy maintenance
    • durability.

    Clematis is different thermophilia, prefers the sun. Disembarkation is carried out in 2 m increments. Lowlands or areas adjacent to groundwater are considered bad places. The soil should be selected loamy or sandy. In heavy soil, the installation of a drainage system is required. In winter, perennial protection is required.

    Clematis has a long flowering period.

    Kupena: photo of a perennial plant on the site

    Kupena is considered one of the little-known garden perennials. The plant has a family relationship with the Lily. On its curved stem, green-gray-gray leaves and small flowers-bells hanging with a green border are side by side.

    Plots with little or significant shade are the main habitat of a modest, but attractive plant. The sun's rays slow down its growth and negatively affect the decorative characteristics of the bath.

    Note! This perennial has healing properties: strengthens the immune system, accelerates the metabolism.

    Koupena does not like too sunny places for landing.

    Lakonosy: photos, description of perennial and conditions of its cultivation

    Lakonos is a large perennial plant. His homeland is America. During the period of summer growth lakonos from small seeds turns into a lush bushy plant. The height can reach 1 m. By the autumn, the stalks are covered with black berries with a characteristic brilliance.

    And the juice of the plant, and its berries are very poisonous. But this does not prevent gardeners from placing lacunas at the very center of their compositions. In the middle of the flower bed perennial is unlikely to be dangerous. It can be a background addition to the fence, because open solar areas are contraindicated to it.

    Juvenile juice and berries are poisonous.

    Lilies of the valley: photos and recommendations for care

    The favorite place of lilies of the valley is wet soil, hidden under the thick shadow of trees. Perennial perfectly tolerates the long absence of sunlight. But if the shadow is deep, the number of flowers will decrease. Instead, the lily of the valley will increase the foliage.The impact of the wind also will not benefit, reducing the number of flowers.

    Helpful advice! Gardeners recommend planting lilies of the valley along walls and fences.

    Hot weather conditions are detrimental to perennials. Do not forget about watering plants. It is better to completely abandon transplants. The low fence around the flowerbed will allow you to avoid strong growth.

    Lily of the valley flowers have a nice lasting scent.

    Daylilies: planting in open field and bushes care

    Shrubs sit in the landing hole. For the daylily, the depth of such a pit is about 20-25 cm, and the perennials themselves are placed in 0.4-0.6 m increments. Before you put a bush in the recess, you should pour a little fertile soil on the bottom. And it needs to be made a hill. On it will subsequently straighten the roots.

    The zone where the transition from the root system to the leaves takes place is called the “neck”. It dives into the ground by about 2-4 cm. The daylily requires abundant watering and mulching of the soil. It is recommended to close the ground around the plant in a circle of 4 to 7 cm. After planting, the plant will need to be watered and fertilized regularly.

    Daylily blooms bright inflorescences of various shades

    Lupines in open ground: planting and caring for floral plantings

    Decorative characteristics of this flower are very high. It is precisely for the natural beauty that gardeners love lupins so much, it’s a pleasure to plant and care for. The requirements of the plant to the soil is low, but, as with other perennials, the rule here is: the more fertile the land, the more luxuriant and more beautiful the plants bloom.

    If you want to achieve optimal conditions for the cultivation of lupins, you should give preference to acidic soil types. In such an environment, the plant improves the composition of the earth, independently forming a nitrogen-containing fertilizer on its tubers. To increase the acidity, it is recommended to add sawdust and manure to the soil.

    Fertilize soil for lupins should be sawdust

    Medunitsy: photos of flowers at their summer cottage and features of flowerbed care

    Medunitsa, known among landscape designers as pulmonaria, is distinguished by the beauty of flowers with a very early flowering period. Despite this, today it can not be found in every garden.

    With this flower you can make a wonderful design of the site:

    • live curbs
    • ridges along the garden paths,
    • ground cover addition to flower beds.

    Settle lungwort in a cool and shady place, and this plant will be able to please the eye with flowers even on poor soil. Sandy composition is preferable. Perennial needs moisture and regular watering, you need to do mulching for the winter.

    Planted medunitsu (pulmonaria) need in a shaded area

    Euphorbia: photos of a garden flower, the rules of care and cultivation

    For planting milkweed on the plot you need to take a sunny place. In extreme cases, it is allowed to grow perennials in the penumbra, however, the flowering of the plant will not be so abundant.

    Important! Heavy soils are a very bad foundation for planting milkweed. Growth slows down, and in winter the root system will be subjected to decay.

    Watering should be moderate. For the period of vegetative development, no more than two additional feedings are allowed using mineral fertilizer. Preserve the external attractiveness of the green space will help the timely removal of dead inflorescences and pruning.

    Spurge often planted in the garden and on the dachas

    Muscari: photos on the garden and characteristics of plants

    This type of perennial belongs to the family of Hyacinth. Even the muskar depicted in the photo is able to create a joyful and spring mood. For a bed at the dacha it is a pipe to find a more interesting specimen.

    Bulbous plant completely unpretentious. Muscari deserve its name due to the specific smell, which has similar notes with musk. Gardeners used muskar:

    • Turgenev (light blue),
    • Armenian (blue with white border),
    • coniferous (purple),
    • ugly (white, blue, blue-violet).

    Muscari love abundant watering and sunshine. Normally perceive penumbra. Some varieties multiply by self seeding.

    Muscari breed by bulbs or self seeding

    Narcissus: planting and care in the open field

    Daffodils in a company with tulips can be a beautiful addition to the garden plot. They bloom very early and are presented in a large variety of varieties:

    • onion-like,
    • tubular,
    • small crown,
    • terry,
    • cyclameniform,
    • large-crown,
    • tatsenovidnyh,
    • poetic.

    Planting plants does not cause difficulties, the main thing is to guess the dates. The package usually indicates the ideal month for planting daffodils. Mandatory conditions of care: regular loosening of the soil, watering (especially after flowering), removal of diseased plants and jigging of other kinds of daffodils.

    There are a large number of varieties and varieties of daffodils

    Forget-me-not: photos of flowers and perennial features

    If you want to see what the Bruner looks like, take a look at the forget-me-not flowers (the photo shows the look of this cute spring plant no less vividly). Perennial blooms in late spring with light blue small flowers. After flowering, they are replaced by pointed leaves in the shape of a heart. On these leaves there is a sharp tip. Special care is practically not required.

    Important! The plant needs moisture. With a lack of watering the leaves will fade. Therefore, you should carefully observe the timing of watering, and the perennial itself is better to plant in clay soil, constantly retaining its moisture.

    Forget-me-not bloom in small blue and blue flowers

    Nivyanik: photos and perennial features

    Nivyanik has many names: chamomile white, grass-romance, nursery, white flowers. This flower is a frequent inhabitant of gardens and country sites. Perennial is characterized by high resistance to adverse weather (frost) and unpretentiousness. The timely removal of baskets that have already faded will prolong the flowering time of this amazing meadow plant.

    Given the origin of the berry, it becomes clear that perennial prefers open and sun-drenched terrain. Areas where water stagnates should be avoided. Properly grown chamomile can do without transplanting 5, and sometimes 7 years.

    Nivyanik is stable and unpretentious

    Liver: photos and characteristics of the evergreen

    Herb liver plant has another name - woods. Perennial belongs to the vast family of Buttercups. The habitat of its growth is considered to be forests in northern latitudes with moderate climatic conditions. In the gardens you can meet only one type - the noble liverhead. Globally, there are a thousand varieties of this plant.

    Hepatic has a long life. In terms of improvement and appropriate care, the plant can live up to 25 years. In nature, this figure does not occur due to the fact that the liver is in need of moist and very fertile soils.

    Liver (coppice) has a very long period of life

    Peonies in the open field: planting and caring for flowerbed

    Peonies can often be found in park areas and gardens. This light-loving perennial loves fertile soil. In optimal conditions in one place he is able to live up to 50 years.

    For planting should pick up sunny, but protected from the wind areas of the territory. Peony bushes tend to grow, so when you make tracks, you should leave a certain distance between the path and the landing pits. It is not recommended to plant perennial under the walls of the building. Rainwater from the roof will increase soil moisture, and when water stagnates, the root system of plants will rot.

    Peonies grow lush bushes with large flowers

    Pyrethrum: a photo for lovers of garden daisies

    If you see a colored chamomile in front of you, it means pyrethrum in the photo. Planting and caring for these plants are specific, but quite simple. Unpretentious perennial develops well in sunny beds and shaded areas.

    Note! In the absence of direct sunlight, the shoots of this plant can stretch.

    There are no special requirements regarding the soil, but the high humidity and poor composition of the earth can slow down the development of pyrethrum. Watering schedule should be regular, but in moderation. If in time to remove flower stalks, which have already outlived their own, perennial will be able to bloom again.

    Pyrethrum flowers form like a regular chamomile

    Climbing Rose: Planting and Plant Care

    Climbing roses are suitable for creating a romantic atmosphere in almost any area. This perennial cannot do without sunlight, therefore, it is better to organize planting in an open area with a good level of ventilation. Everglades and lowlands are not suitable for growing roses.

    It is not recommended to break the bushes on the place where the flower bed was previously, otherwise the plant will not take root. In order to avoid the death of roses, they are recommended to be planted on slopes or hills. This will relieve the soil in the growth zone of the bushes from bogging, which often occurs during the rainy season or in areas with groundwater, which lie near the surface.

    Climbing roses are planted near fences, pergolas or arches

    Perennial primula: photo, care and planting

    Primula is called primrose due to early flowering. That is why she is a favorite perennial of summer residents and gardeners. In the photo of a perennial primrose there are purple, yellow, red and blue flowers.

    Note! This type of plant is widely used in traditional medicine.

    Before planting it is necessary to introduce fertilizer into the soil. The earth must be hydrated. The outskirts of gardens with a good shade are best suited for this purpose. The plant survives well under pears and apples. Cool conditions are considered optimal. As food can be used humus from last year's foliage.

    Primula - one of the most early-flowering perennials

    Perennial rudbeckia: planting and caring for flowerbed

    Grade Rudbeckia varied. The plant has similar features with daisies. Their petals bent to the bottom can have different colors:

    The plant is not demanding in relation to land. Feels better on well-groomed soils, fertilized with humus and high water permeability. The period of growth of perennial in one place without a transplant is 5 years.

    During the growing season is recommended top dressing in the form of potassium sulfate and nitrophoska. Dead flowers should be removed, as well as young shoots (as needed, if the bushes are overgrown).

    Rudbeckia can grow in one place without a transplant up to 5 years

    Perennial phlox: photo, planting and care for flower beds

    Thanks to the work of breeders, the phlox grade has increased, and these extraordinarily beautiful plants have become indispensable inhabitants of ornamental flowerbeds in suburban areas. Even a little care causes phlox to flourish in lush colors.

    The plant is able to take root even on heavy soils. To do this, just add to the bottom of the landing pit sand with large grain. In sandy soils will not interfere with a layer of clay. Phlox is planted 2-3 cm deep into the ground (the root neck is buried to this depth). For a good color development, you will need an open area with the sun and protection from the wind.

    Phloxes grow in lush and bright buds

    Hosta: species and photos with the name of varieties

    The plant loves the shady coolness of the gardens and does not need careful care, as evidenced by the beautiful photo host in the landscaping of the countryside. Decorative perennial has many varieties:

    • Christmas Eve,
    • White Christmas,
    • Alex Summers,
    • Mango Tango,
    • First love, etc.

    The variety of plants can be easily confused, since many of them are based on sports (shoots that have significant differences from the maternal perennial).

    Note! Sandy soil slows down plant growth. In this case, the composition of such a land enhances the color of the leaves. The recommended condition of the soil is shade and moisture.

    Host variety "Tango Mango", planted in a flower pot

    Chrysanthemum perennial garden: planting and care, photo

    Chrysanthemum has a 3-thousand-year history. It was first cultivated for gardening purposes in China. The plant is characterized by lush flowering. To achieve this result, you need to choose the right time and place for planting.

    When the perennial is in the ground, the first pinching is done. In other words, growth points are being removed. Repeatedly, this procedure is done after three weeks and the upper part of the shoots are removed. Chrysanthemum badly reacts to the lack of moisture and does not like a thick shadow.

    The best landing point is the hill. Requirements to the soil: friability, moisture permeability, fertility. Do not interfere with peat, compost, rotted manure.

    With proper care, chrysanthemum will give a lush bloom

    Stock Rose: photos, the specificity of this plant

    The stem of the rose has a beautiful flowering and light-loving. Therefore, it should be placed on the site, well illuminated by the sun. Shadowing will not only delay the growth and development of perennial, but may also cause the lack of flowers. And in this state, the plant can be within two years. Poor and dry soils are also not desirable.

    The irrigation scheme should be moderate, because a large amount of liquid can trigger rotting processes in the roots. The soil should be fed with nitrogenous fertilizers. Dead flowers deplete stem roses, so you need to get rid of them.

    Stock Rose loves sunny places and moderate watering

    Having studied the characteristics and features of each of the plants presented in the catalog, you can learn how to form unique flower compositions. Many perennials have similar requirements for planting, recharge and watering conditions. Based on this information, you can create accurate schemes for beautiful and colorful flower beds.

    23. Chilean Gravilat

    Chilean Gravilat (Geum quellyon) - perennial herbaceous plant. Chilean Gravilat grows well in open sunny places, but it also tolerates partial shade, with drained soil, is very responsive to watering, resistant to temporary drought, blooms from June to August. But for the winter it is recommended to organize a light cover with leaves or covering material. Recommended varieties of Chilean gravilat in yellow flowers: Goldball, Lady Strateden.

    Lily (Lilium) - perennial bulbous plant, from the diversity of species and varieties of which the head goes well: there are so many of them. The most unpretentious for the climate of central Russia are the lilies of Asiatic hybrids, as they can winter without shelter. Other types and varieties of lilies in need of easy shelter.

    Lilies grow well on light, fertile soil. If the soil is clay, add humus, sand, perlite. Close groundwater from the area where lilies grow, drain or drain. The best place for lilies is sunny, as in the shade the flowering will be more scarce. Lilies do not tolerate fresh manure and nitrogen fertilizers. For dressing it is better to use phosphorus-potassium fertilizers. Every four years, lilies need a transplant and division.

    29. Anemone

    Anemone (Anemone) - perennial herbaceous rhizomatous plant. Anemones multiply rapidly and form extensive curtains. Anemones, or spring anemone, grow well on light moist soils with a high content of humus. Moreover, the soil moisture must be maintained throughout the growing season, even after the death of the aerial part of the plant. Anemones grow better on calcareous soils, therefore in the soil where anemones grow, it is necessary to periodically add ash or dolomite flour.Anemones easily multiply root suckers, with regular watering anemones easily take root in a new place.

    30. Eremurus

    Eremurus (Eremurus) - high herbaceous plants, representatives of highlands, but well-established in our country in central Russia. The main condition for growing Eremurus is the presence of well-drained areas with light soil.

    I read a lot about them, that eremurus are very capricious, they can get wet or freeze, but my eremurus has been with me for five years. I found him a place in a high bed, so the water never lingers there. Winters without shelter. Every year my Eremurus adds one flower stalk. The care is minimal, I try only to feed phosphorus-potassium fertilizers. Nitrogen fertilizers for most flowers become destructive: they cause decay of shoots and buds, so I do not use pure nitrogen fertilizers in the area at all.

    In some species of Eremurus flower stalks reach three meters, one and a half of which is a spike inflorescence. Eremurus begins to bloom from below, gradually rising up. The inflorescence of Eremurus seems to burn from the bottom up! And it blooms for more than a month, so there is something to drop it!

    32. Dahlia

    Dahlia (Dahlia) - herbaceous tuberous plant, well-growing and abundantly blooming in an open sunny place with fertile loam and a sufficient amount of moisture. When growing dahlias for better flowering, leave no more than three stems in the bush. If you leave more than three shoots, the inflorescences on this dahlia bush will be much smaller, which is why the bush itself will be less decorative. Large dahlia bushes need support. When choosing a dahlia, be guided by your requirements, as there are varieties and tall dahlias, and very small, curb.

    When growing perennial dahlias, there is one thing: in our climate, the dahlia tubers do not hibernate, so they need to be dug out for winter and stored in non-freezing dry rooms. Well, if there are such premises, and what should citizens do?

    If you value dahlia varieties, then after the first frost, boldly dig up the tubers, rinse well and dry them. Before you send them to storage, treat the dahlia tubers with foundation, Maxim, to prevent the development of rot, as well as the fitoderm or aktellik for pests. After that, place the dahlia tubers in a box with side holes for ventilation, sprinkle them with sawdust, shavings, sand, perlite or other material. Put a box with dahlia tubers in the coolest place in the apartment. In the spring, before planting dahlia tubers in germination, do not forget to repeat the treatment against rot and pests.

    If you do not have the conditions for storing perennial dahlia tubers, modern varieties of annual dahlias will come to the rescue, which are not inferior in size to the inflorescences of their older counterparts, and even surpass them in the abundance of flowering.

    33. Stock-rose

    Stock rose (Alcea) - perennial herbaceous plant, ideal for planting flower beds in the background, decorating walls and fences. Stock-rose is beautiful and as a single plant, solo on the background of the lawn. For its planting, choose a place without stagnation of water, the stem-rose easily tolerates drought, and with watering and dressing it will thank you with chic flower stalks, from which chic bouquets are obtained.

    34. Sedum, sedum

    Sedum (Sedum),or stonecrop - succulent herbaceous plant, undemanding to soil. Sedum blooms from July to frost and flies under the snow flowering. Most stonecrops are very hardy and do not require shelter.

    Tall types of stonecrop suitable for flower beds with ornamental annuals and perennials. In a bed of stonecrop can be planted in small groups, combining with asters, chrysanthemums, decorative cereals or dwarf conifers. Preferring bright sun, stonecrop easily put up and with a little shading.They retain their decorative even after flowering, so that they can be left on a flower bed until next spring.

    35. Gladiolus

    Gladiolus (Gladiolus) - perennial bulbous herbaceous plant. Gladiolus is considered one of the most decorative garden flowers. Its flower stalks, like victorious swords, are directed upwards, on which the joyful company has arranged flowers of the most varied colors, like a flock of butterflies.

    Corms of gladioli before planting are treated with drugs from rot and pests. For planting gladiolus you need to choose a sunny and protected from winds place with light fertile drained soil. Gladiolus, like other garden flowers, require fertilizing with phosphate-potassium fertilizers. Gladiolus bloom in August - September. Sometimes gladiolus peduncles need a garter to support.

    In the autumn, after flowering, when the leaves begin to turn yellow, the corms of gladioli are dug out, washed well, dried. Before storing the corms of gladioli, treat with preparations from rot (foundation, phytosporin) and pests (actellic, fitoverm). Store the corms of gladioli should be in a cool dry place.


    June is the time of entry into the bloom of annuals. Annuals throughout the summer will give the flower garden the desired color, increasing and increasing by the end of the summer. Without annuals, the flower garden will look a bit lonely. If perennials bloom, basically, only one month, annuals do not stop their flowering during the whole growing season, only frost in late autumn can stop them. Among annuals, it is easy to find plants that are unpretentious in caring. But in order to get flowering annuals in June, will have to grow them through seedlings.

    36. Petunia

    Petunia(Petunia) - ground cover or ampelnaya plant. Petunia seed planted in early March. In the second half of May, seedlings of petunias can already be planted in open ground, in most cases already with color. Petunias need a bright sun, though they will bloom with a little shading.

    Petunia is not at all capricious to soil and is drought-resistant, but if you want to achieve continuous flowering of petunia, you need to constantly feed it and water it as the soil dries. Petunias begin feeding with nitrogen fertilizers or a mullein infusion, and then until early August with an interval of 7-10 days they are given full mineral fertilizers with a predominance of phosphorus and potassium. Petunias can be grown in pots, hanging baskets and pots. If the hanging baskets are located in the sun, it is advisable to close the soil in the baskets before closing the petunias with moss in order to retain moisture.

    37. Tagetes, or Tagetes

    Marigold, or Tagetes (Tagetes). High and low, sprawling and erect with different shades from pale yellow and lemon to golden and dark yellow with a copper tint, marigolds are indispensable in flower beds. Their presence will significantly reduce the number of pests. To the growing conditions, marigolds are unpretentious, grow on any well-moistened soil, bloom in the sun and in partial shade, are very responsive to top dressing, bloom until frost.

    39. Nasturtium

    Nasturtium (Tropaeolum majus) grassy plant, very popular. Nasturtium is a thermophilic and light-loving plant. Nasturtium prefers a sunny location, moderately fertile, moist soil. In open ground nasturtium planted in late May - early June.

    In the care nasturtium unpretentious, like other annuals. Before flowering, the nasturtium is watered regularly, and after it blooms, watering is needed only with sufficient drying of the soil. In strong heat, the leaves of the nasturtium may wilt, it is not dangerous, with the onset of evening coolness the decorativeness of the nasturtium is restored.

    During the period of budding and during the flowering of nasturtium, only phosphate-potassium fertilizers should be used for top dressing. Nasturtium will bloom in the garden from June until the frost.After flowering, she sets many seeds. Seeds of nasturtium are able to winter in soil and ascend next year. By the way, all parts of the plant: flowers, leaves, and shoots are edible.

    Kosmeya (Cosmos) - very unpretentious photophilous, drought-resistant, cold-resistant plant. Kosmeya grows well on loose, moderately fertile soils. Cosmea is easy to grow by direct sowing in open ground in late April - early May. Recommended varieties: Cosmos terry Yellow (Cosmos sulphureus).

    41. Calendula, marigold

    Calendula(Calendula) - not only decorative, but also a medicinal plant. If you plant a calendula in a flower bed, the essential oils contained in calendula will protect neighboring plants from pests not only from above, but also underground. Calendula flowers will serve as a living barometer for you: they close before the rain. And dried calendula flowers will help you cope with angina and heart disease.

    42. Fragrant tobacco

    Fragrant tobacco(Nicotiana suaveolens) - one-year very fragrant plant, completely unpretentious, responsive to watering and feeding. When grown through seedlings begins to bloom in June. Gives self-seeding. Flowering increases with fertilizing phosphate-potash fertilizers.

    43. Cosmidium

    Cosmidium - a plant related to cosmos, or even a species of cosme. Unlike the cosmea, the cosmidium is lower, its flowers are not large, but the color of the flowers is so saturated and bright that I decided to recommend this flower. Cosmidium flowers are yellow with a dark red or almost brown velvet color at the very center of the flower. Looking at the flower of a cosmidium near, you won’t immediately understand whether it is dry or wet: it seems that these drops of dew shimmer in the sun and intensify the color.

    Astra one-year, or Astra Chinese (Callistephus chinesis) - Perhaps the most multicolored flower of all annuals. Depending on the height of the stem (from 15 to 90 cm) annual asters suitable for flower beds, mixborders, group plantings, serve as decoration for balconies and terraces. They feel well in a sunny place and in the penumbra, on loamy and sandy permeable soils. Asters prefer calcareous or neutral soils with a high content of humus. With an excess of nitrogen in the soil, asters are susceptible to fusarium wilt, so use only potassium phosphate fertilizer for top dressing.

    45. Eschsoltsiya

    45. Eschscholtsiya Californian (Eschscholzia californica), or poppy california - an unpretentious annual plant, pleasing not only with its yellow flowers that unfold throughout the summer, but also with carved silvery foliage. Eschsoltsiya grows well on moderately moist, fertilized soils, although it can easily tolerate temporary droughts.

    Zinnia (Zinnia elegans) not demanding on soils, but grows best on moist, humus-rich, calcareous soils. On acid soils, zinia is prone to disease. When grown through seedlings, zinia blooms in late June and blooms until late autumn. Among the variety of varieties of this plant can be found tsiniya with large flowers, and small-flowered, but in no way inferior to them in the decorative. To make the zinnia bloom lasting, do not forget to remove the flowering inflorescences and feed every two weeks with phosphate-potassium fertilizers.

    Zinnia can be planted in company with other annuals, combined in height. Zinia looks great in group planting, forming islands of greenery and large caps of inflorescences.


    What kind of garden without a rose? If it is difficult for you to cover the tea-hybrid or floribunda roses for the winter, you can choose unpretentious in the care park yellow-flowering varieties of roses. For example, "Freesia" in all respects suitable for any garden. This bloom the Rose throughout the summer, fragrant. She needs only a small shelter of the root system for the winter. If you have been engaged in floriculture for a long time, then the choice of roses in front of you expands significantly among both spray and climbing roses.

    48.The cinquefoil is shrubby

    Potentilla shrub (Pentaphylloides fruticosa) - A small shrub that will be a great addition to the yellow-flowered garden. Potentilla blooms from June to October, easily tolerates pruning, grows well on moist drained soils, is very responsive to fertilizer and fertilizing. Potentilla shrub flowers can be dried and brewed instead of tea, because it is not for nothing that the second name of the Potentilla is Kuril tea.

    49. Rhododendron

    Rhododendron (Rhododendron) grows mainly on acidic soils, if the soil in your garden is neutral or calcareous, then all attempts to grow rhododendron may be unsuccessful. Only with annual application of peat, pine needles or sawdust, pine bark, as well as special fertilizers will it be possible to grow rhododendrons in the garden. However, it is worth it! The mere sight of a blooming rhododendron will drive anyone crazy! But besides the requirements for soil acidity, there are still many rules to be followed when planting and further caring for rhododendron, even in autumn and winter.

    50. Drock Dye

    Droke Dye (Genista tinctoria) - a low shrub, which, incidentally, is suitable for growing in an alpine slide, in borders, in small group plantings. The gorse prey prefers sandy, light, dry, calcareous soils. In the spring or at the beginning of summer, the shoots of the dye-tree are covered with yellow flowers, behind which leaves are not visible. However, the gorse is not only decorative, but also is a medicinal plant. During wintering, thin shoots may freeze in the drow drow, but in the spring the plant quickly recovers.

    51. Forsythia, Forsythia

    Forsythia, Forsythia (Forsythia) - shrub, blooming in early spring with beautiful yellow flowers. Immediately after the snow melted, the forsythia shoots are covered with flowers. Forzition loves a bright and windproof place. Forsythia grows well on humus-rich, calcareous or neutral soils. If there is enough rainfall, then watering is not required. But if the summer is very dry and hot, then the forsythia should be watered at least once a month for 10-20 liters under one bush.

    In the spring under the forsythia bush, you can put rotted manure, which will serve not only fertilizer, but also mulch. Every spring, all diseased, broken, weak shoots, as well as from one third to one-half of flowered inflorescences are cut. Pruning on the stump is used to rejuvenate the bush. With such pruning, forsythia quickly grows and restores the crown, however, as with shortening of faded old branches. For the winter, it is recommended to shelter the root system of the Forsythia with a dry leaf, a spruce branch, as well as bending the branches to the ground to avoid frosting.

    Forsythia has many decorative forms, among which are the best: Forsythia dense flowers (f. Densiflora), Forsythia remarkable (f. Spectabilis), Forsythia primrose (f. Pmulina).

    52. Barberry

    Barberry Thunberg(Berberis thunbergii) - shrub, which is valued not only for its high decorative qualities, but also for berries, which contain a very large amount of vitamin C.

    All the barberries are distinguished by unpretentiousness, they are not demanding to the soil, they are not afraid of strong prevailing winds, they tolerate drought and heat, they cannot stand only stagnant moisture in the soil. Therefore, for planting barberries you need to choose a dry place or arrange a good drainage. Barberries grow well in the penumbra, but for forms with colored leaves it is preferable to have a sunny place where leaf color is most pronounced.

    The barberry is sympathetic on top dressing by full complex fertilizers with microelements. In the first year of planting the barberry needs loosening the soil, weeding. Pruning barberries is to remove weak, sick, broken shoots.

    Among all the varieties and varieties of barberry there are yellow-leaved forms, which are represented by the barberry Thunberg Aurea. Barberry Thunberg Aurea about a meter high. He can burn in the sun, so he needs a penumbral location.The new yellow-leaved barberry variety Bonanza Gold is not afraid of the sun, but it is slightly shorter.

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