These blooming specimens are according to the twelve months of the year to ensure you get flowers 365 days annually!
Botanical Name: Schlumbergera bridgesii
The Christmas Cactus is a star flower for the festive season and starts to bloom around the end of November until the start of the year. These plants are photoperiodic, meaning they need longer nights to initiate blooms, and January provides just that!
Botanical Name: Saintpaulia
Being sensitive to light exposure, these plants come to their own in the second month, when days gradually become longer as winter starts to fade away. The increased daylight signals the plant into blooming.
Botanical Name: Spathiphyllum
March marks the arrival of Spring, and this is the time when peace lily comes full in its beauty with its flowers (Actually Spathes). Thanks to the increase in light and temperatures help the plant to bloom profusely in the third month.
Any year cannot be complete without seeing the gorgeous blooms of Orchids. They stand out with their unique blooms and thrive under indirect but bright light conditions, typical of spring.
Tulips, Hyacinths, and Daffodils are also some great choices.
Botanical Name: Geranium
The fifth month of the year brings a rise in the temperatures, which is ideal for the growth and flowers of geraniums. May also brings long sunlight hours, crucial for flowering.
You can also pick Peonies, Lilacs, and Iris.
Botanical Name: Begonia
These plants work on the principle of photoperiodism and are quite sensitive to the length of daylight hours. In the sixth month, the days become longer, which means they get more light exposure, which triggers the flowering process in begonias.
Botanical Name: Hibiscus rosa-sinensis
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