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With the arrival of spring, there are many plants that show their flowers and fill every garden, park or natural green space with color and aroma. For this reason, it is an especially attractive and profitable time for plant enthusiasts, who see their plants shine in all their splendor. Preparing for the arrival of the warm months by adding some new spring flowers to our garden or home is always stimulating and, therefore, in this AgroCorrn article we are going to see 22 spring flowers, their names, characteristics and photos , some of the more beautiful and popular such as: geraniums, poppies, petunias, daisies, primroses …

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Index
  1. Columbine
  2. Petunia
  3. Jacinto
  4. Buttercup
  5. Snapdragon or bunnies
  6. Anemone
  7. Moor’s carnation
  8. Begonia, one of the spring flowers to have at home
  9. Calendula
  10. Aliso
  11. Amapola
  12. Lily
  13. Primrose, one of the most famous spring flowers
  14. Minor daisy
  15. Cineraria
  16. Gazania
  17. Verbena
  18. Geranio
  19. Hortensia
  20. Thought
  21. Do not forget me
  22. Gitanilla

Columbine

Scientific name Aquilegia vulgaris , this is a perennial herbaceous that has its origin in the temperate climate zones of Asia and Europe. It is popular for its flowers, of striking violet, blue or white color , which it produces in large quantities and is very striking, almost as if several parts of different flowers had been joined in them. It reaches heights of just over a meter and blooms every year in spring, in addition to having some medicinal uses, but consuming it in high doses should be avoided at all costs, as it can be dangerous.

Petunia

Petunia, especially Petunia hybrida , is another of the great essentials when it comes to spring flowers . It is a very rustic plant that requires little care and produces large and very beautiful flowers , shaped like a trumpet and of all kinds of colors and tones. It is part of the Solanaceae family and has its origin in the hybridization of three other species.

If you like spring flowers like petunia, we recommend this gardening guide to Caring for petunias .

Jacinto

The hyacinth, or Hyacinthus spp , is a bulbous plant that in spring offers its aromatic and showy flowers , which can be white, pink, yellow or purple, depending on the variety. It is a flower that does not need too much light, and in fact it is in moderate light conditions where its flowers will open more slowly and also last longer. Learn about 15 bulb plants like hyacinths in this link and in this other you can discover what hyacinth care is .

Buttercup

The buttercups or francesitas are some spring flowers that may look from afar like roses , but a closer examination reveals a different layout, with fine and smooth petals arranged in a huge amount of layers. They are of very different colors, from white to pink and red, orange or purple, although they tend to adopt pastel tones. These are flowers widely used ornamentally and in bouquets, and their scientific name is Ranunculus asiaticus .

If you like these bulbous plant flowers that are similar to peonies and roses, we recommend this guide on Caring for buttercups .

Snapdragon or bunnies

The Antirrhinum majus , commonly called snapdragons or bunnies , is another plant with the capacity to give a great life and color to any garden or space in spring with colorful flowers , grouped in clusters. The plant gets its common name from the shape of its flowers, which can look like snouts or mouths and are of a wide variety of colors, from white to purple through yellows and oranges. It is a biennial plant, and one of its curiosities is that when its spring flowers dry, they acquire an appearance that makes them similar to skulls.

Anemone

The anemones or Anemone are all kinds of plants , 120 species. They are quite resistant plants that produce very pretty flowers , some similar to poppies and others to daisies, widely used by landscapers around the world. It is native to Japan and blooms during the spring , although in hot climates it can do so for a good part of the year. As a flower, it is a symbol of intense but ephemeral and fragile love, due to the story of Greek mythology that tells how Zephyr fell in love with a nymph whom his jealous wife turned into one of these flowers.

Here you can discover more about Coronary Anemone Care .

Moor’s carnation

We continue with this list of spring flowering plants and we stop to see the Moorish carnation . Scientific name Tagetes erecta , this plant native to Mexico is known for its large flowers and vivid orange color, in various shades. It needs warm climates, in addition to a fairly abundant watering to keep its stems firm.

Begonia, one of the spring flowers to have at home

The genus Begonia has a huge variety of more than 1,000 species, most of them native to tropical or subtropical areas of America, Asia and Africa. The most common of these is the Begonia elatior , by far the most used by landscapers, gardeners and hobbyists. It produces flowers that are crowded above the foliage of the plant, with vivid hues of a wide range of colors.

It blooms during the spring , but it is another plant that, with proper care, can maintain its flowers for most of the year. It is often treated as an annual plant, but it is lively. Take care of it and it will accompany you for many years! Here you can learn about the care of begonia .

Calendula

The Calendula officinalis is an aromatic plant that originated in the Mediterranean area. It is a plant that produces a very beautiful flower, with very bright orange colors and that appears in late spring or early summer. In addition, it can be used as a cooking ingredient, replacing saffron. If you like these orange spring flowers , in this other post you can learn about the Calendula plant: care and what it is for .

Aliso

The Alyssum or Lobularia maritima are also a whole genus of ornamental plants with about 170 species. These are small plants, very useful to beautify those small spaces in the garden or home where large plants do not fit. Despite how small they are, alders have a very beautiful and striking flowering, with a large number of small flowers of bright yellow, pink, violet or white colors , sometimes varied on the same plant.

Here you can learn more about the maritime alder: Caring for the Lobularia maritima .

Amapola

What to say about the poppy that is not already known? Scientific name Papaver rhoeas , this is one of the most popular ornamental flowers in the world, and it is not surprising when we witness the beauty of its intense red, orange or even white flowers. This is one of the best-known spring flowers and it is a plant with a velvety touch and an annual type, which blooms towards mid or late spring, depending on the climate.

Lily

The lily is another of the most popular flowers in the entire world. Also called lilies, the most common lily is the Iris germanica . It is a bulbous and perennial plant that has its origin in the old continent and has become widely popular for the striking of its flowers, to which different meanings are attributed depending on the color of the variety. These are large flowers , which usually give a pleasant fragrance to the surroundings.

If you like lilies , in this link you will learn about the cultivation and care of the yellow lily .

Primrose, one of the most famous spring flowers

Primroses, also called primroses , are a whole genus of plants belonging to the Primulaceae family. They give flowers that can be of many colors , although the usual thing is that the base of the petals is yellow and the rest of another color, thus forming flowers with a central yellow ring that changes on the outside. The flowers are grouped in bouquets, which also tend to provide a pleasant aroma.

In this gardening guide you will learn all about the Care of primrose .

Minor daisy

Its scientific name is Bellis perennis , but it is also known as bellorita, chirivita or maya, among others. These are small plants but they are very striking for their flowers, always golden in the center and petals of different colors. They bloom in spring and are very easy to grow as all they need is good drainage.

If you like spring flowers like the minor daisy and you want to have plants like this at home, take a look at this other article on Daisy care .

Cineraria

The cinerarias are an annual plant that also stands out for the beauty of its flowers. These are similar to those of daisies, but they are larger and their colors are much more vivid, combining petals with a white center with an exterior of another striking tone. They bloom between late winter and early spring.

If you want to have these spring and winter flowers at home, here you can learn about the Care of cineraria .

Gazania

Another very popular genus of ornamental plants are gazanias , from the Asteraceae family. These are very rustic plants, which hardly need care and produce, between spring and summer, very brightly colored flowers, with a great variety of colors and tones, some of them offering different very intense colors in each petal.

We recommend this practical guide on the care of gazania .

Verbena

The Verbena officinalis is a herbaceous tends to reach heights of less than a meter. Its small, tube-shaped flowers are of very intense colors, usually covering shades of pink and magenta, which also attract butterflies. This is one of the spring flowers that is very easy to grow and requires little care.

If you like this plant, don’t miss this practical guide on Caring for the verbena plant .

Geranio

The geranium is always a great protagonist of the arrival of the warm season and could not be missing in this list of spring flowers . Its cultivation on terraces and balconies is very popular in the Iberian Peninsula, although the plant is from South Africa. There are a huge number of varieties, although one of the most popular in indoor growing is the royal geranium . It blooms in spring and summer, and its flowers are of warm or violet colors, very showy and showy. This is a guide on Geranium Care .

Hortensia

With the scientific name Hydrangea macrophylla , hydrangeas are deciduous shrubs native to the Far East. It is easy to find them decorating gardens and parks in countries, such as Spain and France, and their spring flowers are formed in groups, called corymbs, very showy and with the appearance of a bouquet of bright colors.

Learn about famous antlers spring flowers in this other AgroCorrn article on Hydrangea Care .

Thought

Pansy, or Viola x wittrockiana , is actually a plant that blooms in cold months, although it can endure very well until well into spring, thus being one of the first to bring color to our garden or terrace. There are many varieties with different colors and sizes of flowers, although all of them are very pretty and decorative, especially when combined.

These are the Cares of thought flowers that should be known if we have them at home.

Do not forget me

Its scientific name is Myosotis sylvatica , but the most common name used to refer to this plant of the Borgainaceae family is forget-me-not . It originates from Europe and blooms throughout the warm season, both spring and summer. Its flowers are usually blue, although they can also present pink or white tones.

In this link you will see more about the care of the forget-me-not plant .

Gitanilla

To finish this list of spring flowers we talk about the gypsy plant . Its scientific name is Pelargonium peltatum , although it is also known as ivy or gypsy geranium . They are very popular plants, especially in the Andalusian patios of southern Spain, and their flowers, which appear in spring and summer, are warm and very bright colors. These are hanging plants, which are usually placed in pots attached to the walls or high terraces, so that their hanging size and cheerful flowers can be better appreciated.

If you liked knowing these spring flowers, their names, characteristics and photos , we recommend you to know here the Types of flowers that there are.

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