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6 Types of Blooming Flowers Perfect for Different Seasons

Flowers bring life to your garden. An important factor to consider when planting flowers is the weather. However, because of climate change, it is now difficult to predict what kind of weather we will be having in the next months or so. Ever wonder what type of flowers can bloom all-year round even with the unpredictable weather? We've put together this list for you with bonus tips on how to take care of your blooms to make sure they survive for a longer time.


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1. Mediterranean Spurge (Euphorbia Characias)

This sub-shrub is a favorite among landscape artists as it gives a “full garden look” all-year round. The Mediterranean Spurge can grow up to 3-4 ft. tall and needs to be trimmed from time to time to maintain its glory.

It thrives more on summer days although it blooms during early spring with bottlebrush-like greenish-yellow flowers.

Important Tip: Wear gardening gloves when pruning your Mediterranean Spurge because its stems and leaves contain poisonous milky-like sap.


pruning tips for hydrangea

2. Smooth hydrangea (Hydrangea arborescens)

Smooth hydrangea is a deciduous plant with clustered creamy-white flowers. This flowering plant is perfect accent to your garden. It brightens shady areas and blooms non-stop from early summer to fall. There are different kinds of hydrangeas but taking care of them is pretty much straightforward and the same for all  variants.

Important Tip: Smooth hydrangeas bloom on new branches, prune during late winter or early spring to boost growth. The more pruning you do the bigger the flowers will be.


pruning tips for roses

3. Rosa ‘Wedding Day’ (Rambling Rose)

This blooming rambling rose bears huge bunches of fragrant, milky white flowers with bright yellow stamen that turns to pink when aged. It has a green and glossy foliage and thorn less stems. Since it grows quite abundantly, it is recommended to plant it around mature trees or in areas of your garden where there are bald spots. This is also a good plant to attract bees because of its single, open bud and encourage pollination.

Important Tip: Plant the Rosa ‘Wedding Day’ in a fertile, moist but well-drained soil under the sun and cover it once a year with compost.


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4. Golden Trumpet (Allamanda cathartica)

The Golden Trumpet gained its name because of its trumpet-shaped flower. It blooms all-year round with little care needed. Apart from its beautiful golden flowers, it is medicinal too – it is used to destroy bacteria and reduce swelling. This plant thrives more under the sun but if grown indoors, make sure it gets at least 4 hours of sun exposure.

Important Tip: Although this plant is woody and a “climber”, you can prune it to grow as a shrub especially if you have small or limited space in your garden.


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5. Mourning Widow (Geranium Phaeum)

This flowering plant is a perfect choice if you have a woodland garden. The Mourning Widow usually blooms into groups of deeply-cut green plants with unique dark maroon-purple cluster of flowers. It can tolerate dry shade most than other types of perennials. Its leaves are rounded and split into five-point palms. This herbaceous plant specie belongs to the Geranium family that is used in the production of essential oils mostly used in perfume-making and cultivated ornamentals.

Important Tip: This plant prefers rich and moist soil. Make sure to prune your Mourning Widow after blooming to encourage healthy foliage.


pruning roses

6. Primrose (Primula Vulgaris)

The Primrose is a stunning addition to your garden all-year round with its stunning yellow flowers that turns your ground carpet-like during its peak season. This compact, semi-evergreen perennial is scented and can grow up to 4-6 inches tall. The bonus part is it can easily grow and is self-seeding!

This very versatile plant can be grown in beds and borders, cottage gardens, rock gardens or even containers. Watch out for pests such as aphids, slugs and leaf and bud eelworms. It can also have leaf spot and grey molds.

Important Tip: The grown plants should be planted during early fall. If propagating, cut through the root basal with a  sharp pruning shear to avoid damaging its potential to growth.


Are you ready to start planting your own flowers that will last all-year long? The secret to a blossoming garden is by taking good care of it. Invest in tools that will last you for a long time, especially when performing repetitive tasks such as pruning. Haus & Garten has a wide range of garden scissors perfect for maintaining a beautifully fragrant and blooming garden. 

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