Gardening

Month by month: the flowers you should plant in the garden

Maintaining a flowery and always beautiful garden requires, in addition to continuous maintenance, knowing what month to sow and plant the flowers that will later give you color and joy. Print this checklist month-by-month, keep it close and hands on the ground… your garden thanks you!

January (Northern Hemisphere) | July (Southern Hemisphere)

  • Plant/ Sow flowers such as: ornamental trees and shrubs, begonias, amaryllis, cyclamens, sweet peas, gypsophils, hyacinths, lilies.

February (Northern Hemisphere) | August (Southern Hemisphere)

  • Plant/ Sow flowers such as: ornamental trees and shrubs, chrysanthemums, oils, sweet peas, gypsophila, mallow trees, basil, patience, grass , secia.

March (Northern Hemisphere) | September (Southern Hemisphere)

  • Plant/ Sow flowers like: golden saffron, agerates, amaryllis, pansies, anemones, assemblages, asters, begonias, good nights, wolf’s mouths, nasturtiums, oil, carnations, chrysanthemums, dahlias, spurs, poppies, perpetuals, ranunculuses, four-leaf clover.

Abril (Northern Hemisphere) | October (Southern Hemisphere)

  • Plant/ Sow flowers such as: pansies, assemblages, asters, begonias, climbing bells, weddings, oils, sunflowers, spurs, Egyptian stars, Japanese gafão, gipsófilas, gladioli, marigolds, mallow, basil, petunias, perpetual, nostalgic , swallow tubers, valverdes, zinnias.

May (Northern Hemisphere) | November (Southern Hemisphere)

  • Plant/ Sow flowers such as: carnations, dahlias, gypsophils, flax, basil, snappers, creepers.

June (Northern Hemisphere) | December (Southern Hemisphere)

  • Plant/ Sow flowers like: carnations, vines, basil.

July (Northern Hemisphere) | January (Southern Hemisphere)

  • Plant/ Sow flowers such as marigolds, cineraria, biennial and slow-germinating plants, so that they may be suitable for transplanting when autumn arrives .

August (Northern Hemisphere) | February (Southern Hemisphere)

  • With summer on the rise, the garden does not require it to sow more flowers and plants, but rather to water the existing ones abundantly, so that high temperatures do not damage them.

September (Northern Hemisphere) | March (Southern Hemisphere)

  • Planting/ sowing bulbs, namely: hyacinths, daffodils, tulips.

October (Northern Hemisphere) | April (Southern Hemisphere)

  • Plant/ Sow flowers such as: lilies, anemones, cyclamens, chrysanthemums, hyacinths, jonquils, lilies, daffodils, tulips, roses.

November (Northern Hemisphere) | May (Southern Hemisphere)

  • Plant/ Sow flowers like: rose bushes or prune existing roses .

December (Northern Hemisphere) | June (Southern Hemisphere)

  • Plant/ Sow flowers such as cyclamen, sweet peas, gladioli, lilies, mallow trees, rose bushes.

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