Dwarf Flowering Plants

Dwarf Flowering Plants

Dwarf flowering plants are common garden plants which can perfectly suit for limited spaces and locations. The choosing of such plants should be based on the specific needs like color schemes, weather and climate, compatibility with other plants etc. The good thing is, more and more plants are available in the market today which are definitely able to fit your requirements and your backyards.

Although you have hundreds of plants to choose from to decorate your garden, there are some popular varieties you can think about. They usually have good reputation from thousands of gardeners which have attractive appearance and vivid colors. They can usually can grow well with other plants as well. Abbotswood potentilla is a common garden dwarf plant which will not exceed 2 feet in height. The can produce white blossoms in summer and they prefer well-drained soil and adequate sunlight to survive. They like mild temperature and you should ensure that they are watered frequently, ideally at least once a week.

Baby grand magnolia is another common dwarf garden plants which can be considered as the tiny version of magnolia trees. They can grow up to 10 feet in height and they can also produce white flowers in summer with fragrance. The beautiful blossoms are able to attract various insects to your garden in spring and summer. They can resist cold weather and their evergreen foliage can provide the all-year-round green colors to your home and garden. Like Abbotswood potentilla, it also needs frequent watering especially during their growth. When the climate is getting warmer, the amount and frequency of watering should be increased accordingly.

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