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EARLY SPRING

Early spring flowers can bring the color and warmth of spring to your garden weeks ahead of schedule. Not only do early spring blooming flowers add beauty, they can be helpful in attracting bees and other pollinators to your yard early in the season, which encourages them to make your garden a regular place to visit for them.

In order to prepare for early spring gardening, dedicated green thumbs should begin to plan in the cold months of mid-winter. One must be careful regarding what plants he or she does decide to include in an early spring garden, however, as many plants cannot survive the initial, still-chilly spring months.

CINERARIA

Cineraria produces blooms of brilliant blue with white ring. Mounded. Best grown in a cool season. Good for indoor decor at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Perennials in their native climates, they are used as annuals in most American gardens. Provide half to full shade during the growing season when grown outdoors.
Varieties: Jester (Blue Bicolor, Mix, Pure Blue)
Container size: 6″ pot

PANSY

From tiny, cheerful Johnny jump-ups to the stunning 3-inch blooms of Majestic Giant pansies, the genus Viola has a spectacular array of delightful plants for the spring garden. They’re must-haves to celebrate the first days of spring since they don’t mind cold weather and can even take a little snow and ice!
Varieties: Delta (Pure Orange, True Blue), Matrix (Blue Frost, Blue Blotch, Blotch Mix, Mix, Mix Raspberry, Morpheus, Purple Blotch, Rose Blotch, Sunrise, White Blotch, Yellow Blotch), Mambo (Orange Face)
Container size: Bedding flat

PRIMROSE

Take a walk down the primrose path and you’ll never look back! Primroses are a classic cottage flower and are popular with collectors. They covet the hundreds of different primroses available, especially some of the tiny rare alpine types. Their basal rosettes of oval leaves are often puckered or are very smooth.
Varieties: Primula Acaulis
Container size: 4 1/2″ pot

RANUNCULUS

Ranunculus comes in a variety of colors. Shades of orange, yellow, peach, pale pink, hot pink, red and white ranunculus flowers can be seen. Bouquets of ranunculus look very beautiful, and hence these flowers are very popular as wedding flowers. During spring weddings, one can find fresh ranunculus flowers of various colors.
Varieties: Bloo (Mix, Pure Yellow, Tangerine, White), Mach (Mix Bicolor)
Container size: 4 1/2″ pot

VIOLA

Who can’t help but adore violets? Their cheerful “faces,” often whiskered or otherwise marked, brighten the dreariest day in spring. Use them at the front of beds or borders as edging plants, as bedding plants, in containers and window boxes, in herb gardens, in wild gardens and in rock gardens too.
Varieties: Sorbet (Beaconsfield, Mix Duet, Mix Ocean Breeze, Orange Delight, Yellow Babyface, Yellow Frost)
Container size: Bedding Flat

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