Flowers Have Their Seasons on Real World Gardener
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Vegetables have their season when they’re available fresh and not just out of the cold room where they’ve been for 6 months or more. What about flowers? Many people forget that flowers have their seasons too, after all there are plenty of flowers available all year round.Hellebores-a winter flower Why is that important? It's the same as for vegetables and fruit, if it's not the current season for the flowers, then they're most likely imported. If I asked you what’s the best time of year to buy peonies would you know? What about roses, is there a best time? Have a look at the below suggestions to realise what is actually in season. Winter Flowers Orchids, Vanda, Dendrobium, Cymbidium, Phaleanopsis, Hellebores. Jonquils, Daffodils, Tulips, Hyacinths, Daphne (pictured.) Spring Flowers Stephanotis Peonies are an October flower. Roses, Ranunculus, Australian wildflowers-Waratahs, Ericas, Geraldton Wax; Cherry Blossoms, Magnolias Summer Flowers Roses, Sunflowers, Gerberas, Carnations, Stephanotis. Autumn Flowers Dahlias, Roses are continuing. Asiatic lilies are an exception as in Australia they are grown in glass houses and are available all year round. I'm talking with Nadine Brown of https://www.theivyinstitute.com.au/ The scientific name for spring stars is Ipheion uniflorum, often marketed as Triteleia Stars Of Spring, rather confusingly. Got to say one my favourite spring flowers. If you have any feedback email firstname.lastname@example.org or write in to 2RRR PO Box 644 Gladesville NSW 1675