Spring has sprung! The days are longer, the sun is out more often, and flowers are starting to bloom. It’s time to start planning your bedding plant plots. Bedding plants can be found at most nurseries and garden centers. Here is what you need to know about them:
The Importance of Bedding Plants
Bedding plants are a wonderful way to add colour and interest to any garden. They’re easy to grow, making them ideal for children and first-time gardeners. Plus, they’re inexpensive and can be used in all types of gardening styles—whether you have a formal perennial border or prefer informal cottage gardens, bedding plants will work for you!
When the weather warms up, people start thinking about planting their vegetable gardens and hanging flower baskets outside their windows. But if you’re looking for something that’s not quite so permanent (and perhaps more temporary), then why not turn your attention towards bedding plants?
Bedding plants are perfect for filling in bare spots in your garden. They’re also great if you want to put in some colour without having to worry about maintenance later on down the road – once these guys die back at the end of summer (or whenever), no one needs reminding how much work it took getting them there!
Types of Bedding Plants
- Annuals: These plants live for just one season, then die. They’re often grown from seed in the spring and are more durable than perennials.
- Perennials: Unlike annuals, perennials will come back each year with the right conditions and care.
- Bulbs: Plants that grow from bulbs can be planted in fall or winter to bloom in spring or summer; they include tulips and daffodils.
- Tropicals: Tropical plants like hibiscus flower all year long but these types of flowers aren’t always well-suited to colder climates like Canada’s due to their preferences for warmer temperatures (whereas annuals are). For example, crotons are tropical shrubs that produce brightly coloured leaves when dormant through winter months but may not survive our winters at all! Succulents fall under this category too – succulents don’t need much water so they’re more suited for dry climates like our prairie provinces where rainfall is scarce during most months except summertime when monsoon rains can really cause havoc if you’re not prepared! Succulents also tend not to fare well indoors unless kept somewhere sunny all day long without being watered too often.”
Spring Is Here and It’s Time to Start Planning Your Bedding Plant Plots
If you’ve ever dreamed of gardening, chances are you’ve imagined the sweet smell of flowers and the sound of birdsong. Well, now that spring is here, it’s time to pick some planting spots in your garden. And what better way to start than with a little research? If you’re looking for advice on how to plant bedding plants in your own backyard, we’ll help get started!
Bedding plants are specifically chosen for their ability to come back each year without being replanted or reseeded (hence why they’re also known as annuals). They offer beautiful color and texture during each season—and can be planted in many different areas around your yard or home too! Luckily there are several types available on today’s market; one type will fit every gardener’s needs:
Planting Bedding Plants In Springbeds
Planting bedding plants in springbeds is a good way to get a jump on the growing season. In this article I will explain why planting bedding plants in springbeds works, and how to do it.
Springbeds are easy to plant in. You can use them as containers or grow bags, but they also have many advantages over other methods of planting out seedlings or plugs:
- They are quick and easy to fill with composted soil or composted manure
- They’re light weight so you can move them around easily
- They don’t need stakes because they sit on top of the ground
You can motivate yourself without being mean to yourself.
- Self-motivation is important.
- Be kind to yourself. Don’t expect perfection and don’t be too hard on yourself if you’re not perfect. Give yourself a break!
- Don’t compare yourself to others or the way things used to be in your garden. If you’re having a problem with bedding plants, then start small and try some basic solutions first before moving on to something more difficult like changing the soil or adding fertilizer.
Spring is here, and it’s time to start planning your bedding plant plots! While you can purchase many of the flowers and herbs you need from a nursery or garden center, there are plenty of reasons why it makes sense to grow your own. First of all, it will save you money—a packet of seeds only costs a few dollars, while some plants at local nurseries can cost up to $10 each. Second, growing your own plants helps save on transportation costs because they don’t have to travel far from their place of origin before reaching your home. Thirdly, gardening allows us all