5 Best Flowering Plants To Buy In The Winters

5 Best Flowering Plants To Buy In The Winters

5 Best Flowering Plants To Buy In The Winters

The winter season brings with it a large variety of flowering plants that can brighten up your garden. Winter blooms can fill your surroundings with vivid colors and fragrances, making the dull weather look spectacular and pleasant.

If you are planning to buy some flowering plants for your garden this winter, here are a few suggestions that will help you. These flowering plants are suitable for the Indian winters and can survive cold temperatures.


Marigolds are common flowering plants that can be grown both outdoors and indoors. These low-maintenance flowering plants come in different shades of yellow, orange, and red.

Growing them in your garden is beneficial in many ways. They brighten up your space, repel insects, and attract pollinators like bees and butterflies to your garden. They require frequent fertilization, direct sunlight, and well-drained soil to bloom well. You can grow them throughout the year except for extreme summers.


Dahlia flowers look splendid in winter and can make any space look stunning with their wide range of forms, sizes, and colors. You can also display them as cut flowers as they have a long vase life of about 7 days.

They can be grown through seeds, tubers, or pre-planted seedlings from nurseries. They thrive well in bright indirect sunlight and need fertile well-drained and moist soil to grow.


Petunias are versatile winter plants. They have characteristic trumpet-shaped flowers that come in various colors, patterns, and sizes. These flowers can ideally be grown anywhere such as beds, pots, window boxes, and even hanging baskets. They are annual plants that can be easily grown from seeds. They do well in direct sunlight and well-draining soil. They also have a pleasant fragrance and can be used as cut flowers.


Pansies also known as violas are delicate winter flowers that look like butterflies. These flowers come in many contrasting colors with vivid markings and blotches creating beautiful patterns. They are low-growing plants that prefer shade or partial sun and moist soil. They look fantastic in borders, containers, and hanging baskets filling the atmosphere with their mild fragrance.


Salvias are beautiful winter flowers with characteristic long spikes of tubular flowers and aromatic foliage. Their colors range from bright scarlet, to purple, pink, and even white. They are preferably grown during winter due to their ability to withstand harsh winters and drought conditions, but with proper care, they can thrive year-round. For the Salvia plant to grow well it needs bright sunlight and soil that is well-draining yet consistently moist.

Winter is a wonderful season to enjoy the beauty of some lovely and fragrant flowering plants in your garden. So, buy them this winter for your garden and create a vibrant and relaxing atmosphere for you and your family.

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