You may or may not be aware that each flower has its own symbolic meaning. Pairing flowers with this in mind can help you create a garden that is not only beautiful, but has a significant impact on you.
The Gladiolus flower symbolizes strength, love and integrity. Although these flowers do not need lots of water, if it rains less than an inch a week, they will need additional fluid. They should be planted with a layer of two to four inches of mulch around them to keep the soil moist and to keep weeds in the distance.
Roses are beautiful and smell good, and they are arguably one of the most popular flowers out there. But do you know what they stand for from a symbolism standpoint? These beautiful flowers appropriately symbolize love and passion, making them the perfect choice for a garden with a romantic feel.
As a care tip, rose bushes should be planted in an area that receives six to eight hours of sunlight each day. If you live in a warm climate, plant your rose bush somewhere where it gets shelter from the hot afternoon sun. If you live in a cold climate, you can choose next to a fence south or west to minimize freezing damage in winter.
To go along the same romantic theme and love, this popular garden flower stands for true love, hope and royalty. Tulips should be planted in the fall, about six to eight weeks before the season's first frost. When planted and in bloom, tulips do not need much water and should only be watered when dry.
This large and lively garden flowers has its own significant importance. Hydrangeas stands for gratitude, honesty and deep understanding. These shrubs should be planted in moist, rich soil and in an area that gets full sun to partial shade. Hydrangea shrubs require water depth every week, and perhaps more if the weather is particularly hot and dry.
These classic flowers are a beautiful addition to a garden that has its own meaning. Daisies stand for innocence, purity, motherhood and new beginnings. These plants should be watered in the morning so that the soil can dry throughout the day. They require full, direct sunlight and should be pruned as soon as the plant begins to wither to allow new blooms.
Peonies are a much sought after flower in a garden that has a short flowering time in most areas. They symbolize wealth, happiness, wealth and honor. These flowers, like many others, bloom on a bush. Like other flowers, they come in different colors – their brand pink and coral, peach and yellow. They enjoy a sunny location with well draining soil. Peonies also require good air circulation around them to flourish well.
These bright and sunny flowers stand for innocence, beauty and humility. To successfully care for these in your garden, after their leaves come out of the soil, water them as the soil begins to dry out. Put mulch around these plants to keep the soil moist and cool at the root.
Black Eyed Susans
These popular wildflowers have a unique meaning and symbolize justice, encouragement and motivation. Once you know their importance, you realize that they are a motivating flower to have in your garden! Black-eyed susans should be planted in moist, well-draining soil. While these flowers prefer full sun, they can also bloom in partial sunlight.
It is advisable that these sunny flowers represent a new beginning, rebirth and spring. When planting these beads use high-quality, non-dried ones that are as large as possible for spring's best flowers. Daffodils must be watered generously while in bloom.
These beautiful flowers have a unique meaning that symbolizes the homesickness, care for one's loved ones and moderately. Azaleas thrive on slightly acidic, well-draining soil. These plants are rarely bothered by insects and do not require much attention besides watering when dry.
Choosing your flowers carefully based on their importance to a well-curated, symbolic garden will make this area of your garden even more special.