Plants that bloom all year round and some tips for growing more flowers

Who loves nature, surely has a couple of plants in the garden or terrace. But there are times when we are waiting for the spring or summer season to arrive so that they can flourish. Although the ideal would be to have plants that bloom all year round . For this reason, pay attention to the following list, since these species, thanks to their resistance and low temperatures, can flourish at other times of the year such as autumn and winter.

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Plants that bloom all year round

African violet

The African violet is a flowering plant that can be enjoyed all year round . It is a kind of interior that requires a lot of light so that it can grow optimally. In the summer months it needs to be watered 3 times a week, but in the winter once every 2 weeks will suffice. Ideally, apply a fertilizer every 15 days.


Chrysanthemum is a multi-colored plant used in flower arrangements. It requires a place where it receives direct sun to favor its flowering and watering should be frequent, since its flowers could wither and they can no longer recover.


Verbena  is a plant that requires continuous sun and moderate watering. Flowering is in late spring and into late summer, but if you have the right conditions you can flower all year round  without any problem.


The penta is a shrub with lilac, white, red or pink flowers that are grouped in clusters. It is an ideal plant for the garden, which reaches about 60 cm in height. It does not require much care, only moderate watering with good drainage.


It is a plant with colorful flowers that should be located in a place with lots of light without drafts. Watering should be moderate and avoid completely drying out the soil, as it is a flowering plant  that resists a lot, but excess water could damage it severely.


Purslane is a succulent plant that can be used to decorate any corner, or to take advantage of its medicinal properties, which makes it unique. It is a very resistant plant with white or yellow flowers, which blooms all year round . It requires being in a place with a good temperature that receives a little direct sun throughout the day and constant watering a couple of times a week.

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The carnation is a plant that blooms all year round in the garden and in pots . Its main feature are its colors that give a unique touch. It requires daily watering and sun exposure for a minimum of 6 hours a day.


Lavender  is a very popular plant for its beautiful violet color and delicate aroma, which is used in many beauty and hygiene products. It requires basic care such as moderate watering and monthly pruning so that it can thrive properly.


The cyclamen is a herbaceous plant that offers flowers almost all year round , although its strongest flowering period is in the spring and summer. There are some varieties that bloom in the cold months (winter cyclamen), which have various colors.


Geranium is a very popular plant and is often seen on terraces or balconies. It gives flowers all year round  and does not require excessive care, since it is a very resistant outdoor plant. In the summer months it should be watered almost daily with a constant fertilizer so that it has the necessary nutrients to help it flourish without problem.


Begonia is a plant that adds a touch of color to the garden or terrace. It is a species that has large, multi-colored flowers. It should be in a well-lit area with moderate watering. As for the fertilizer, this should be every 2 weeks without exceeding it, since it could generate a severe problem in the plant.


The anthurium is a plant that requires to be located in a place with a lot of light, but without the direct sun and even without drafts. As for the irrigation, this should be moderate once a week, like the fertilizer.

Tips for giving more flowers

These are just some tips that should be put into practice so that the plants give more flowers and can last longer in the flowering period.

  • Compost . Compost is a basic tool for plants, since it adds nutrients to the soil while promoting bacterial activity that will give it fertility.
  • Root care . Plant roots can be very delicate, especially the tips, and it is through them that plants absorb water and nutrients. So when transplanting, be careful not to damage them and if they were damaged, allow them to recover.
  • Padded . Plants that grow with mulch tend to be stronger and less prone to pests and diseases and even give more flowers.
  • Light . Light is essential for the plant, since direct light for several hours a day will make the species flourish.
  • Irrigation . The amount of water required will cause the plant to produce a good amount of flowers.

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