Five surprising spring bloomers


Flowering plants are always welcome, but especially in the spring. Not only because it gives your garden scent, color and cheerfulness. After winter, every native flower counts as food for insects like bees. We highlight five surprising spring bloomers that you can enjoy in your garden.

1. Special bulbs
Crocuses, daffodils and tulips always do well as spring bloomers. However, there are more surprising flower bulbs, for example the Iris. These bulbs produce beautiful purple flowers. Not every iris is hardy and the bulbs are sometimes affected by moisture or by water voles. Therefore, place them in a large pot that drains well. Place a nice pot at the front door, on the balcony or on your terrace.