What a joy to see the first colorful blooms that announce the return of the beautiful season! Indeed, there are “harbinger of spring” flowers that reveal themselves as temperatures gradually rise. Most of these flowers are honeydew, meaning they provide essential food for bees and other pollinating insects to start the spring season off on the right foot. Here are 12 flowers that herald spring!
Muscari bulbs reveal beautiful, deep blue, tube-shaped flowers.
Hyacinths are classics in the spring garden. They bring some verticality to the garden with their starry flower spikes.
Its flowers form funny hats and its leaves look like hearts.
Spring anemones are single, dazzling red flowers. They require little maintenance.
Flowering ground covers
Forget-me-nots are beautiful little blue flowers that cover the ground when spring arrives. They are very durable since they can withstand negative temperatures up to -20°C.
These little bell-shaped flowers they are very aromatic.
Wisteria is a wonderful ‘waterfall plant’. Its long vines reveal beautiful purple, fragrant and drooping flowers.
The advantage with clematis is that it blooms twice a year!
The magnolia has the peculiarity of having its flowers visible before its leaves! It is a plant that brings a light fragrance that does not take to the head.
More commonly known as the Japanese cherry, the plum tree reveals many pink flowers.
The Chinese azalea brightens the landscape with its yellow-orange flowers with long stems.
Forsythia is known for its many star-shaped flowers that are almost golden yellow and completely cover the tree!