Early Spring Flower Garden|What’s Blooming in your Spring Flower Garden?

 What’s Blooming in your Spring Flower Garden?


What is Blooming in your Spring Flower Garden


Early spring flowers are the surest sign that warmer weather is coming. Our list of early spring flowers will give you ideas for the best flowers to plant in your spring flower garden. After a long winter, it’s time for spring landscaping! Check out these Free Downloadable Garden Plans!  Keep reading to see the top picks for your Spring Flower Garden.

Spring Flower Garden Top Picks


Cool weather is just what pansy prefers. It’s an annual that gardeners flock to because it’s one of the best flowers to plant in spring for early-season containers and window boxes, relishing the variety in bloom color as much as the cheery uplifted petals.  Learn about climate, zone and size here!

‘Acoma’ Iris

Pick your favorite color, and there’s likely an iris to fill your spring garden need. Most put on their bloom show toward the end of spring, but the plants’ tall growth and delectable petal variations make them pretty additions to a variety of garden styles.

 ‘Grand Maitre’ Crocus

Crocuses are one of the best flowers to plant in spring, announcing the departure of winter with lovely pink, purple, yellow, or white petals. Planted from corms, crocuses also range in size from delicate blooms to more showy versions.

 ‘Harmony’ Iris

As much a late-winter plant as it is an early-spring bloomer, dwarf wild iris pops with deep, wild purple or blue — a welcome contrast to many of spring’s pastel flowers. Cut a clutch of the iris to put in a vase and take the pleasing fragrance of this early spring flower inside.

Snowdrop Anemone

Fragrant and festive, the bright clusters of snowdrop anemone work well even in a spring garden that’s slightly shaded. Bonus: Once the cooler temperatures of fall arrive, the plant may put on a second bloom show in the garden.