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Spring is Almost Here: 5 Flowers to Plant Now!

By Chelsea Fuss |

For those of you in Northern climates, don’t fret! Spring is almost here. Yesterday, I noticed snowdrops peering up in the garden. Here are some flowers you can plant right now! These flowers aren’t afraid of a little frost and most are blooming right now, too. Anything you’d add to the list?

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Spring is Almost Here: 5 Flowers to Plant Now!

Hellebores

Hellebores are always the first sign of spring! This green variety is lovely and unusual. Plant them now for spring color!
$15.95 at Burpee

Top photo: Chelsea Fuss. All others from respective sources.

Chelsea Fuss is a blogger and prop stylist based in Portland, OR. You can read more of her posts at Frolic!

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4 thoughts on “Spring is Almost Here: 5 Flowers to Plant Now!

  1. CF Raines ID says:

    Snapdragons in so many pretty colors.

  2. sarah says:

    What about crocus? early-blooming rhododendron and azalea are blooming now, too. Forsythia and currants are blooming, too (bonus: many native varieties of currant, with beautiful deep pink or bright yellow flowers). Stocks are also a cool season flower.

  3. Sunny says:

    Phlox, marigold, blanket flower, daisy, tulip … Plant the seed and bulbs.
    (:

  4. Marcia Russell says:

    Which of these plants are preannuals primroses, sweetpeas panties or camellia ?

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