The best phony flowers in the market today are the ones made of silk and they practically feel and look like genuine flowers these are normally utilized for wedding events.


You can't help it but want real flowers. This post will describe to you the pros of phony vs. real and help you make a decision that provides you a better peace of mind.


Cost is probably the least crucial factor in making the decision between genuine or silk flowers. High quality silk flowers are practically as expensive as fresh flowers.


Easy Care, Low and No Maintenance Flowers For Your Flower Garden


Pointer for the novice Gardener


Not all Garden flowers are created equal there are some simple grow simple care flowers that go above and beyond the call of task, that flower for months at a stretch. Here are some tried and tested long blooming flowers for your home flower garden.


Rudbeckia (sometimes referred to as Black-eyed Susan) Perennial Flowers


USDA Zones: 3 - 9 - Bloom Span: 3 Months mid-Summer- Mid Fall

Full Sun-Partial Shade

Rudbeckia flowers make themselves at home anywhere and numerous are native to lots of parts of North America you typically see their intense yellow flowers growing along the banks of highway ditches. These flowers like well-drained, somewhat bad soil and complete sun. Deadheading will extend their flowering period, a benefit is that cut Rudbeckia flowers will last a long time in water so make exceptional cutting flowers for the cutting garden and to bring into your home for vase displays.


Their flowers are attractive to butterflies and bees and their seeds can be eaten by birds during the winter season. They are reasonably long lived plants that require hardly any upkeep and hold true simple care flowers, Rudbeckias can be easily increased by division. There are numerous ranges of hybridized Rudbeckia flowers however my preferred and most hardy is Rudbeckiafulgida 'Goldsturm", which are native North American wild flowers.


Plants form upright bushy clumps providing an extremely charitable display screen of brown-eyed, golden-orange daisies from summer through the fall. Plants may be easily divided in early spring and transplanted to other garden areas where their bright happy flowers might add color to a more uninspiring spot . You can find more information about freesia bulbs from this website .


Veronica spicata (Spike Speedwell) Perennial Flowers


USDA Zones 3 - 9 - Bloom Span: 3-4 Months

These flowers start flowering in the spring and keep going all the way to the very first frost. It forms a low growing dense mass of dark green foliage from which emerge its flowers in narrow upright spikes, many varieties are offered bearing flowers in tones of blues, reds, pinks, whites and purples.


Getting rid of the faded flower spikes will keep the plants flowers in blossom for much longer.

My preferred- Veronica 'Sunny Border Blue'.


Nigella (Love-in-a-Mist/ or sometimes love in a puff) Annual Flowers.


The Nigella flowers are delicate, feathery, commonly blue-flowers however can be acquired in shades of pink, purple and white, an annual, showing fragile fern like foliage and attractive unusual appealing seedpods. They self-seed readily and to my mind this feature together with their incredibible beauty is why these flowers are worthy of addition as a simple care low maintenance flowers.They Come into bloom very quickly, if succeeding sowings are made every two or 3 weeks in the summer season by saving some of the previous years seed rather than permitting them all to self-sow and simply scattering the seed on the soils surface area, you will ensure a constant supply of beautiful and unusual flowers all summertime long, Nigella succeeds in warm or cool areas however prefers a somewhat wet soil.


you might not find simpler to grow flowers, I seldom rave over annuals to inform the fact there are only a few that I offer garden space to but enjoy in a mist is one of them they're a must have flowers for any brand-new gardener.

My favorite-Persian Jewels (seeds) that include flowers from all Nigella's color varieties.


Day lily/ Tiger Lily/Ditch lily/Hemerocalisfulva (Perennial Flowers).


The omnipresent Day Lily, found almost all over in North America, or at least it is if you live here in Ontario as it is one of the loveliest of Ontario's wild flowers.


Transplanting is finest in spring or fall, water kindly after transplanting. They do not mind overcrowding, as a matter of truth these flowers look their best when in bloom in a big, close knit mass planted groups forming spots of intense orange flowers here and there, dotted around the garden. These wild flowers are extremely simple to grow just try and stop them. They are at home in nature, or as a back drop or foundation flowers for your home garden.