When it comes to planting flowers for spring, you may want to incorporate the ones that smell just as beautiful as they look. There is something really special about walking outside and inhaling the sweet scent of floral bliss. So, today, we’re going to take a look at some of the most pleasantly fragrant flowers that you can put in your garden. Ready? Let’s do it.
The most fragrant flowers.
As far as flowers go, there are three that stick out as the sweetest smelling. Hyacinth, Tulips, and Daffodils carry the torch for the loveliest smelling flowers you can introduce into your next garden plans. They have a wide variety within their respective species, so you can get quite creative with how you design your new garden. It should be mentioned that most, if not all, of these flowers are not native to North America, but you can order them quite easily. What you need to keep in mind is how best to care for them. The method varies from flower to flower, but as long as the soil is drained, sunlight is plentiful, and you keep an eye on them, you should be fine.
How can flowers flourish?
You may have heard this on the news or around the web, but the bees are dying. This issue has been referred to as Colony Collapse Disorder and it’s getting worse. Since 1990, there has been a huge loss on bee populations across the nation. That means that we may not have delicious apples, pumpkins, and other wonderful fruits to enjoy soon. So, here’s what you can do to help. Plant that garden with fragrant beauties, and add a few native flowers into the mix. Make sure that some of the flowers you plant are going to create an ample amount of pollen so that the bees can do their stuff.
Ready to plant the most fragrant flowers?
If you think you’re ready to start getting your yard back to all of its verdant glory then you can contact Rhine Landscaping by giving us a call at 410-442-2445. You can also contact us on our website:http://rhinelandscaping.com. We can help you plan, plant, and create the yard of your dreams.