Plant Flowers Right Now for Winter Blooms

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Pieris Japonica

The buds on Pieris Japonica plants thrive in winter. They love the cooler months of temperate climates. Their blooms develop and being to produce in late fall, however they remain unopened until the very end of winter (February or early March). This is when they begin to produce coppery-pink clusters of urn-shaped flowers.

Honeywort

These beautiful flowering plants are native to the Mediterranean. They have a reputation for being hardy annuals that grow in the winter months in warmer climates. If it gets unusually cold -the leaves reward you with a deeper blue.

Kaffir Lily

The striking red flowers on this plant become common in late winter and early spring. They produce tall stalks that are delicately lined with leaves that produce bright blooms. They don't do very well in frosty conditions. The ideal climate for the Kafir Lily is temperate.

Sweet Alyssum

A light frost is no problem for these dainty flowers. Known as a medicine once believed to cure rabies, these hardy troopers are best suited for fall, winter, and even early spring. Delicate and beautiful, this is a perfect ground cover anywhere color is needed.

Camellia

These are truly beautiful flowers. They range in color from white to pink and light pink, to a dark crimson. They can bloom continuously all the waythrough winter. You'll find your finest results will be in temperate climates. They need four to six hours of sunlight to produce the most flowers.

Honeysuckle

This hands down is one of winter's best scents. The highly fragrant flowers have few competitors where beauty and fragrance are concerned. A delightful climbing vine - this impressive flower has few downsides. The creamy-white flowers on this plant develop in the winter. They are packed with a lemony smell. In some areas these flowers will bloom from November through April.

Holly Bushes

The reason you recognize these red berries from everyone's holiday decorations is largely because they survive harsh winters and produce brightly colored red berry clusters in the coldest parts of the season. The main thing to remember is; they're not edible. This bush will also deliver little white flowers come springtime.

Witch Hazel

This is a shaggy, spidery orange blossom that is prolific. It grows on a tree sprout in winter and creates clusters bunched together on branches. They are really hardy. Witch Hazel is always a welcome colorful addition to an otherwise white (thanks to you, snow) and brown backyard.

Hellebore

This is the special flower that goes by its nickname, the Christmas rose. It blooms during the darkest time of the year. It emerges just when everything else is frozen. It has a deep-reaching root system. Make sure you protect it from harsh winter winds. Look for Helebore blossoms in the early winter in warmer climates, and in late winter in colder climates.

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