Why Choose R&R's Seasonal Flower Services?
Gardening is not as simple and easy as it may seem. It’s not just about randomly buying plants and watering them. Aside from patience, other requirements for starting a garden and maintaining it include planning and organizational skills, plus some very basic knowledge about plant biology. Otherwise, you might end up with a big mess in your backyard. Therefore, it is imperative that you try and keep your head and not let the excitement overwhelm you. Consult with a professional lawn maintenance company and discuss things such as the type of soil your garden has, the climate in your area, the type of plants to choose, your mulch options, and more.
Know your Plants
When planning a garden, you can’t just impulsively buy plants that you find aesthetically appealing. You should also consider their nature. A professional lawn maintenance company will know which plants are shade-loving, sun-loving, dry spell-resistant, and swamp-loving and will advise you on which plants are best for your garden.
If you envision your garden with beautifully blooming flowers year round, season after season, there are some things you should keep in mind when it comes to seasonal flowers in Irving, TX.
Since there is an intimate and permanent link between flowers and seasons, you should learn about your prospective flowers before buying them for your garden. Although there are flowers that thrive and bloom all year round, there are some that grow only in specific seasons of the year.
Examples of flowers that bloom in springtime include anemone, bird of paradise, calla lily, dahlia, delphinium, forsythia, gardenia, peony, sweet pea, tulip, and zinnia. There are so many more flower species that grow in spring. A note-worthy one, however, is the blue bonnet, which is the state flower of Texas. You probably will recognize their beautiful blue blossoms along Texas highways during spring or in family photos that have them as background.
Some flowers in summer include baby’s breath, cosmos, dahlia, foxglove, freesia, heather, iris, lilac, and so much more. Flowers in autumn include juniper, misty blue, Queen Anne’s lace, roses, sunflower, and more. In winter, there are evergreens, carnation, chrysanthemum, pansy, roses, amaryllis, etc.
It would also help your garden to keep in mind that some plants are annuals and and some are perennials, so that you can ensure a year-round blooming garden. Since Texas has a generally humid subtropical climate with very little snow during the winter, not knowing the details about the specific seasonal flowers in Irving, TX can be harmful to your garden.
Trust the professionals at R&R Grass Cutting Service to not only help you decide what plants to add to your garden, but to plant them with care. With their many years of experience planting and maintaining seasonal flowers, you will be insured a beautiful and healthy garden all year long.