Early Bloomers in Forests & Gardens - Which is it? When do they bloom?


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Early Bloomers in Forests & Gardens - Which is it? When do they bloom?: forests

Spring bloomers are usually the first plants that stretch their flowers towards the sun. They stand out because nature has not awakened otherwise. As soon as the trees start to shoot their leaves, the flowering time of the early flowering plants usually comes to an end.
Early flowering plants have special storage organs (tubers, bulbs or ground sprouts) from which they draw their energy for early flowering.
A distinction is made between annual and perennial plants and bulbous plants. Early flowering plants grow rapidly, are very nutrient-demanding and are sensitive to dehydration.

Spring bloomers in woods

  • Spring bloomers are found mainly in deciduous forests.

  • Wood anemone - flowering white (except yellow wood anemone), flowers early, already from the end of March, occurs in damp and dry forests, even on meadows

  • Cocksfoot herb - flowers bright yellow, about 15 cm high, flowering from March to May, in moist deciduous forests, on meadows and in shrubs

  • Snowdrop (conservation) - exclusively white with a little green flowering, 5 to 10 cm high, flowering already in early March, grows in sparse deciduous forests

  • March cup - exclusively white with a little green flower, 5 to 10 cm high, flowering already in early March, grows in sparse deciduous forests

  • Cowslip (conservation) - only yellow flowering, up to 30 cm high, flowering from April to May, grows on grass, in shrubs, in open woods, loves calcareous soil

  • Violet March violet) - blooms blue-violet or white, very low, delicate plant, flowering March to May, grows in shrubs and deciduous forests, likes calcareous soils.

  • Larkspur (different species) - Flowering white, pink or blue to purple depending on the variety, flowering from the end of March, grows in moist, nutrient-rich forests, often occurs in masses.

  • Wild garlic - flowers white, from about April, 20 to 30 cm high, likes moist, nutrient-rich forests, often occurs in masses

  • True lungwort - blooms initially reddish, later bluish, already from March, like to stand near deciduous trees, but also on meadows, humus- and nutrient-rich soils

  • Butterbur - flowering usually purple, flowers in March / April, it appears only the flower, later in the year the leaves, especially in high altitudes, but also in Bachtälern

  • Coltsfoot - flowering yellow, blooms March / April, sometimes already in February, only flowering, leaves later in the year, 10 to 30 cm high, dry and warm location, grows a lot of ways

Spring bloomer in the garden

  • Tulips - 150 species + countless hybrids, will bloom between species depending on the variety

    April and May, most varieties are 25 to 35 cm in size, different colors and shapes possible
  • Daffodils - more than 24,000 cultivated forms, bloom between March and May depending on the variety, growth heights between 5 and 80 cm, different colors and mixes possible

  • Crocuses - many species, wild species and hybrids, bloom between March and sometimes June (only a few varieties), about 5 to 15 cm high, many colors and often with patterns depending on the variety

  • Hyacinths - many species, bloom from March to April, 15 to 25 cm high, many colors possible, few color combinations

  • Snowdrops - in the 20 species, blooms from February to March, white flowers with green spots, up to 10 cm high, is under protection in nature

  • Winterling - blooms yellow, bloom often already from the end of February, up to 10 cm high, rarely higher, works well in groups

  • Anemones - about 150 species, flowers from March to May depending on the variety, flower colors from white to pink to red, from purple to blue, green and yellow, between 5 and 60 cm high

  • Imperial crown - flowers bright to dark orange, yellow and white from April to May, 50 to 150 cm high, good against voles

  • Bluestar - blooms blue (various blue shades possible), flowering between March and April, 5 to 20 cm high, works well in groups

  • Primroses - bloom from early spring to June, depending on the variety, some varieties bloom again later in the year, 10 to 30 cm high, many colors and color combinations possible

  • Bellis (daisies) - blooms from March, flowers in white, pink and dark red, up to 15 cm highVergissmeinnicht - many species, blooms depending on the variety from April, also summer flowering species, in the colors blue and white, creeping, hanging and standing species

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