What can cheer you up better in the otherwise cold, gloomy winter than colorful spring flowers? Here are a few tips on how to look pretty too Spring flowers in winter can please.
Enjoy beautiful spring flowers in winter
In the right conditions at your home Spring flowers in winter grow even when snow falls outside. These include hyacinths, the primrose, tulips, crocuses, daffodils, and even the snow and lily of the valley. Flowers like the azalea and cyclamen, on the other hand, are reminiscent of spring with their bright colors.
Care of spring flowers in winter
Here are a few tips to help you take care of Spring flowers in winter will help.
- Regularly remove the withered flowers of the azalea to allow new buds to grow.
- The room in which the hyacinth is located should be ventilated regularly, as this flower likes the fresh air. In addition, a place should be found for them where they receive sufficient daylight.
- In order for the primrose to bloom, the pot must be low and it should be watered regularly.
- Few people know that, despite the winter, snowdrops can also grow outside on the balcony. Plant them in a small pot and fertilize them regularly as they grow. Don’t worry about the low temperatures. They pose no threat to the snowdrop.
- Many flower shops sell lily of the valley as a potted plant. It needs a sunny or partially shaded location, regular fresh air and not too high room temperatures so that the flowers do not wither. However, if you have young children or pets, you need to be careful as the lily of the valley is poisonous.
Discreet and beautiful table decoration with hyacinth – pink and white
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Table decoration with vintage flower pots