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List of Flowers with Season to Grow

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Flowers are a great way to make your home or office more welcoming and beautiful. They can also be a great source of enjoyment for you and your family.

Flowers are a great way to show your affection to someone and they make any place seem more bright. Ubiquitous presence of flowers in the home environment is one of the earliest known widespread cultural practices worldwide.

List of Flowering Plants with Sowing Season

Flower Plants to grow in any Season

Black Ey ed Susan:

The black eyed susan is one of the easiest flowers to grow. Plant them in spring or summer and they’ll bloom throughout the year. As they are short-lived, these plants don’t need much care.


These colorful plants need a lot of sunlight to thrive but can survive even in partial shade. They are appropriate for most all seasons.

Dwarf Hibiscus:

Dwarf hibiscus plants are characterized as small- to medium-sized ornamental trees and shrubs that can reach a height of four feet . They are covered in small white flowers that bloom all year long.

Flower Plants to grow in Spring Season


Daffodil: Daffodils, also known as Narcissus, belong to the genus Narcissus and are native to Europe, Asia, and North America. They are characterized by their trumpet-shaped white or yellow flowers with a yellow or orange spot at their center. There are over 150 varieties of daffodils.

Daffodils need a lot of sunlight to thrive. Don’t plant them too early in the year. They bloom in autumn, when it’s cooler and there’s still plenty of sunlight available.


These beautiful flowers come in shades of white and pink, similar to roses. They are best grown in moist soil with plenty of sun and they prefer cooler weather to flourish.


Elderflowers are perennial flowering plants in the genus Sambucus which belong to the honeysuckle family. They are native to North America and Europe. with a few in Asia and Africa. 

Elderflowers are deciduous shrubs or evergreen trees that can grow to 5-20 m tall. The flowers are yellow, typically fragrant, bell-shaped, and 4–8 cm diameter with five petals. The fruit is a round red to black berry 5–10 mm diameter containing one seed. The berries are not edible.

Flower Plants to grow in Summer Season​


Robinia plant is a good choice for the areas that receive high levels of sunlight. They are appropriate for all most all seasons.


This flower does best in partial shade. Plant them in early spring or late summer to ensure that you can keep a supply of flowers throughout the year.


If you’re looking for a plant that will give you color all year, then the poinsettia is perfect. But be sure to place this plant in a sunny location and water them well. If you keep them in water, they will die.


This flower does best in partial shade. Plant them in early spring or late summer to ensure that you can keep a supply of flowers throughout the year.


Also known as the rainbow flower, Iris flowers can be found in a variety of colors. A large flower, iris is a symbol of faithfulness and love. Iris flower are native to southern Europe and North Africa and can be grown in temperate zones.

Flower Plants to grow in Autumn (Fall) Season


Echinacea is a perennial plant with brilliant orange flowers and was originally native to the Rocky Mountains of North America. Some varieties have red, purple, or yellow-orange flowers. The best season to grow Echinacea is in fall, when it is in full bloom.


Dahlias are perennial flowering plants with violet and white flowers. The flower’s shape is star-shaped, similar to the sunflower flower. Dahlias grow well in mild-winter climates and can be planted in the fall to bloom in spring.

Flower Plants to grow in Winter Season

Many different types of flowers can be planted during the winter season. Some are perfect for adding color and some are perfect for adding fragrance.

Some flowers that can be planted during the winter are tulips, daffodils, roses, and hyacinths.

Lily of the Valley:

Lily of the valley grow best in partial shade but do need to be planted in full sun. They bloom on and off throughout the year, so they are appropriate for most all seasons.

The lily of the valley plant is short-lived and you should plant them in fall or winter to ensure that they retain a strong root system and are ready to bloom the following year.


Tulips are one of the most popular flowers. They come in a wide range of colors, shapes, and sizes. The tulip flower is native to the eastern Mediterranean region and has been grown in many countries around the world.

Travel to The Netherlands in mid April to see the tulips at their best. Tulip season runs from the end of March until mid May, but the flowers are usually at their best halfway through April. 

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