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09 Summer Blooming Bulbs will make the spring feel

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09 Summer Blooming Bulbs will make the spring feel

Written by: Chitradeep Ashok                                          Date: 14/03/2018

As the summer season comes, most people are upset about what to do now to create a charm of the garden. So you do not need to think much, we are telling you about some such flowering bulbs, corms, rhizomes, and tubers that will perform best in your summer garden. Start planting these bulbs, corms, rhizomes, and tubers in the container. According to the thumb rules, most bulbs should be 3 times their height in depth, but there are some exceptions.
If you plant them, you can enjoy it in the cooler season too, they can also be grown as an annual plant, which dies in frost and is replaced every year. Nature Bring has brought you such a 10 Summer-Blooming Bulbs that will make the spring feel in summer.

1. Begonia houseplant

Many people understand begonia is an outdoor plant, but it is also a very nice indoor Houseplant and can bloom all year. A begonia plant originally Southern Asia, Africa, South America and Central America, the tropical moist areas, these plants require high humidity. More species of Begonia are rhizomatous or tuberous categories.  Begonia plant beautiful houseplants, hanging baskets, terrace garden, and suitable for patio plants.  In most species, the fruits are the size of the capsule. The leaves are large, are marked by a variety of bizarre. The leaves are usually asymmetrical. Read more.

2. Dahlia

Dahlia is a genus of bushy, tuberous, herbaceous perennial plants native to Mexico. A member of the Asteraceae, dicotyledonous plants, related species include the sunflower, daisy, chrysanthemum, and zinnia.  The dahlia was declared the national flower of Mexico in 1963. This colorful spiky flowers usually bloom midsummer until the first frost. The flowers of many colors and sizes are quite large. The plant grows to a length of 4 to 5 feet.  Dahlias are suitable for summer and humid weather. Dahlias any sunny garden can bloom in the growing season, which is quite a long period of 120 days.  Dahlia thrives in a cool, moist climate of the Pacific coast. For best results in most areas should be planted dahlia mid-April to May.Further details.

3. Gladiolus

Classical gladiolus flowers in midsummer adorn your garden. These are perennial flowers are popular because of their beauty. The flowers grow on long spikes which are brought into use in cutting gardens and borders. Gladiolus corms (bulb-like structures) are growing.The vase life of flowers is in your drawing room. Based on its size, color and height are several species.Their flowers are smaller than the giant. But the most popular plant is 3 to 4 feet tall. It comes in various colors including red, pink. Yellow, cream, coral, and green are prominent. Most winter hardy gladiolus varieties USDA Zone 7.

4. Irises

The iris, which looks long, beautiful and in many magical colors, every gardener wants to grow these perennials in their garden. About 300 species of irises are found and you know these amazing flower plants grow very easily. Irises attract hummingbirds and butterfly.  It contains the most popular long and bearded irises. This will be the hottest presentation and attraction of your garden. This beautiful flower has 3 distinctive petals, called Fall, it also has 3 internal straight petals which are called standards. False can be beards or crests. Its flowers come in colors like Blue, Multicolor, Yellow, Orange, Purple, Pink, and White. The best time to apply Iris Rhizomes is July, August, and September. Read more.

5. Cannas

Cannas are tropical, sub-tropical and perennial plants and easily grow in containers. These perennial is a variety of colors. Its leaves are broad and flat, which is growing out of stem a long, narrow exit Roll and then unwrap. These are in shades of green or bronze, leaves are a large territory and may widen or stripe pattern. Canna plant blooms in late spring or early summer.

Its flowers are usually red, orange, yellow or mixed colors depending on the variety.  The leaf color is generally solid green, but some cannas leaves are a brown, red, or have various color. Cannas Flowers attract Hummingbirds. The dried flowers are used as medicine. April is an excellent time to grow it. Starting from rhizomes and planting time, use multi-purpose. More details.

6. Caladium

They have excellent beauty in their leaves; hence it has a special place in the form of a houseplant. Its leaves are in large, thin and attractive patterns. These are tubular plants that grow its leaves from spring to autumn. These plants are highly needed for moisture; they are not cold tolerant at all. Caladium requires Rich, well-drained potting mix. You can easily divide its mature tubers and develop new plants. These are considered USDA hardiness zone 10, but many gardeners develop them in an annual.  Further details.

7. Oriental Lily

Many species of lilies provide beauty to your garden in summer, but the most popular varieties are Oriental Lily. The flowers of most dramatic grow into big stars, which are often visible in white, yellow, red, and pink colors. These are the ideal cutting flowers and attract our spicy scent.Oriental lily likes full sunshine and grows well in moist and well-drained soil. The stake is required to make these straight. These are hardy in the zone 5-9.


8. Calla Lily

Calla lily (Zantedeschia) blooms in a variety of colors, including white, pink, red, orange, yellow, and deep burgundy, and creates a new charm to your garden. These are clump-forming plants and they feature specialty marks in their arrowhead large size and dark green leaves dotted with white. Most of it is two to four feet long.
If they are kept in cold water bouquet, they stand for long periods. These are hardy to zone 8-11.Read more.

9. Colocasia ‘Sangria’

It is a tropical plant whose corms is developed for eating. Colocasia genus is also identified due to its beautiful leaves, similar to Caladium. Its large leaves emerge from tan-colored corms. During the fall season, you can collect its corms inside the house or you can keep the entire plants inside. Its green leaf type is the most common, somewhere – ‘Black Beauty’ is also visible.

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