Check out our exclusive list of some of the Rare Flowers You Can Grow This Winter in India! Plant them today for a brilliant display of colorful blooms!
If you are tired of growing the same blooms in your garden, then try something new with these Rare Flowers You Can Grow This Winter in India!
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Rare Flowers You Can Grow This Winter
Botanical Name: Alcea
The flowers of hollyhock grow on tall spikes and come in beautiful shades of blue, pink, red, white, purple, and yellow. They match really well with its large leaves.
Botanical Name: Aster
Blooming in summers, aster features daisy-like blooms. Grow them in winters as the plant will be ready to bloom in all its glory for the coming flowering season.
Botanical Name: Calendula officinalis
Calendula is popular for its bright yellow and orange flowers with a pleasing scent. It also invites bees and butterflies into the landscape.
Botanical Name: Petunia
Petunias are super easy to grow and appear in various colors, shapes, and sizes. Plant them in hanging baskets for the best display. Also, make sure the plant gets plenty of sunlight.
Botanical Name: Verbena
Verbena bears a dense cluster of tiny flowers on the spikes. Grow two to three cultivars together for different colors. The best time to plant them in India is between November to mid-December.
Botanical Name: Dianthus
Dianthus appear in pink-lilac, pink-purple, pink-white combinations with picotee margins. Plant them at a location that gets direct sunlight for 3-4 hours. However, it can tolerate some partial shade as well.
7. Sweet Alyssum
Botanical Name: Lobularia maritima
Belonging to the mustard family, the plant is popular for its vivid shades of white, violet, red, and pink. Moreover, as the name suggests, the flowers exude a pleasing scent reminiscent of honey.
Botanical Name: Delphinium
This flowering plant has long spikes of red, pink, violet, and white blooms. Its impressive height and feathery leaves look stunning all-year-round, even in the absence of blooms.
Botanical Name: Dahlia pinnata
Coming in stunning shades of white, yellow, orange, red, pink, and purple, dahlia is super easy to grow. Grow it in winters and the flowers will be ready to bloom at the end of January.