Flowers to plant in June for all summer long

Flowers to plant in June for all summer long

On the balcony or in the garden, flowers offer a special charm during their blooming period. In June, amateur and professional gardeners alike are busy taking advantage of the sun to plant the species that bloom throughout the summer. They are a real eye-catcher with their colours during the summer months. There is something for everyone. Here are some examples.

On the balcony or in the garden, flowers offer a special charm during their blooming period. In June, amateur and professional gardeners alike are busy taking advantage of the sun to plant the species that bloom throughout the summer. They are a real eye-catcher with their colours during the summer months. There is something for everyone. Here are some examples.

Damascus cumin

Nigelle de Damas

It is not for nothing that the Damascus Black Seed is known as Venus' hair. It attracts the eye with its unique flowers. For a rustic, country-style decoration of your green space, choose this plant.

Houttuynia

houttuynia

Houttuynia is a plant that can grow in fairly dry soil, provided it is well drained. Gardeners love it because it covers their garden with a colourful carpet of plants in summer. For it to develop well, it is best to plant it in semi-shade. Its foliage cannot stand too much sun.

Agapanthus

agapanthe

This flower originates from South Africa. The agapanthus stands out for its bouquet-like flowers with their delicate colours. You have different shades from mauve to white. It all depends on the variety. Maintenance is really easy. To take care of it, you only need to fertilise it in spring and autumn.

Helenia

hélénie

Helenium, also known as helenium, is both hardy and highly decorative. It blooms brightly and is a real asset to your garden. If you are looking for a beautiful flower to plant in June, this plant is for you. It requires an open, sunny spot to give you the opportunity to enjoy its beauty from June to October.

Gerbera

hélénie

Gerbera is a plant that fits well in the greenhouse, balcony and veranda. If you plant it in the garden, put it in a pot using fertiliser-rich soil or compost. This will help it to flower well in summer, to the delight of the eye.

The erysimum

erysimum

This plant is also known as yellow julienne, chanter's grass or hedge mustard. It is very abundant in temperate regions as it grows on embankments and even along roadsides. The erysimum comes in many colours, from bright red to pink to yellow. Its flowers offer a colourful touch to your garden during the summer months.

The platycodon

Originally from the Middle East, the platycodon or Japanese bellflower is a summer favourite with its beautiful, richly coloured star-shaped flowers. The first flowers appear after two years. This plant does not require much maintenance. In fact, it can withstand very cold winters and very dry soil. However, you should water it regularly during this period.

Le corydale

corydale

This plant has leaves that are similar to those of ferns. The flowers are tubular and vary in colour from red to white. The corydalis fears heat and drought. In the garden, you should place it in a place protected from the wind and with subdued light.

The Provence cane

canne de Provence

The scientific name of the Provence cane is Arundo donax. This perennial grass is also known as the Fréjus reed because of its unique foliage. It can be grown in the open ground if it is cultivated in a cold region. In a region with a mountainous or continental climate, cultivation in a container is recommended.

Le wattakaka

wattakakawattakaka

Wattakaka is quite rare in gardens, yet this plant is attractive. It is also called Chinese dregs. Its flowers, assembled in umbels, are very fragrant. In less warm regions, it should be placed in a semi-shaded area. And if you live in an area with harsh winter conditions, it is best to plant it in a pot.

 

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