Children of the sun: 10 beautiful yellow plants for your garden

Yellow flowers in your garden will fill it with beauty and warmth. In addition, a bright color, according to psychologists, improves mood and allows you to get rid of depression. And with the right selection of plants, they will delight with their flowering from spring to late autumn.

Rudbeckia

This species includes many annual and perennial herbaceous plants. They are unpretentious and “feel” perfectly in the Russian climate.

In height, rudbeckia is from 0.5 to 2 meters. Tall stems can break off and therefore need support. The leaves are ovoid or oval in shape and reach a length of 25 cm.

The flowering of rudbeckia begins in early July and continues until the beginning of autumn frosts. The petals of the flower amaze the imagination with their rich palette from light lemon to dark brick color.

Rudbeckia grows best in sunny places. It is resistant to drought and therefore does not need frequent watering.

Goldenrod

At the very end of summer, when most garden plants are already completing their flowering, bright yellow inflorescences of goldenrod (solidago) begin to bloom. They will delight the owners of the site with their sunny color until the end of September, that is, before the onset of severe frosts.

Goldenrod grows best in sunny or semi-shaded areas. But the plant is not whimsical to the quality of the soil and it can be safely planted even on clay soils. Solidago needs regular and plentiful watering.

Immediately after flowering, the inflorescences should be cut off, preventing the seeds from ripening. If this is not done, then they will spread with the wind all over the site and the next year you will no longer have to admire the goldenrod, but actively fight it. Indeed, this plant, due to its unpretentiousness, gives good shoots and at the same time actively suppresses the growth and development of all other green spaces.

Primrose

It is a perennial herb. Its flowering begins in early spring, as soon as the snow cover is melting. Therefore, the people call this plant "primrose".

Landscape designers recommend planting primrose next to bulbous plants. Also, this flower is great for decorating alpine slides. During group planting in flowerbeds, the primrose forms an amazingly beautiful bright carpet.

Primrose should be planted in shaded and well-ventilated areas. Bright sunlight “burns” the delicate leaves of the plant. Because of this, they lose their turgor, dry up. As a result, the primrose bushes are greatly weakened and can no longer survive the winter cold.

Adonis

Adonis or Campion is a beautiful herbaceous plant. It blooms from mid-April to the end of May. Its golden flowers with brilliant petals reach a diameter of 5-7 cm. In their very middle there are clusters of many stamens and pistils.

Adonis grows best in loose and well-moistened soil. Needs protection from direct sunlight.

Campion is a poisonous plant, since its parts contain a glycoside with cardiotoxic properties. Therefore, one should refrain from growing it if there are small children in the family.

Narcissus

Its delicate flowers, from light lemon to deep yellow shades, bloom in late March or early April. Therefore, the daffodil is considered a "symbol of spring."

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It is best to plant them in flowerbeds and lawns in groups of 25-30 pieces. They look great surrounded by various meadow plants, such as poppies or forget-me-nots.

Daffodils need well-drained soil, since excess moisture contributes to diseases and rotting of the bulbs.

Iris

Flowering irises begins in mid-May and continues until mid-June. This plant is very fond of light and warmth. During the flowering period requires regular watering, which is subsequently significantly reduced.

Irises are amazing in the richness of their color palette. They are purple, yellow, white, lilac. The plant is great for decorating borders.

Doronicum

If you want to add bright yellow tones to your site, then pay attention to the doronicum or goatskin.

This is a winter-hardy and very unpretentious perennial that grows rapidly and forms bushes covered with "sun daisies". He is not moody to the soil, but needs regular watering.

Doronicum blooms twice a season: in mid-spring and late summer. True, the second time is less plentiful.

St. John's wort

Hypericum belongs to more than 400 plants. In landscape design, shrubby forms are mainly used, since they have the best decorative qualities.

St. John's wort bushes are unpretentious and easy to grow in almost any area. In late summer and early fall, they are covered with charming golden-colored flowers.

Leotard

A leotard or buttercup is a perennial herb. It looks especially effective in group landings. Flowering begins in mid-spring and lasts until the end of summer.

"Solar Beauty" is best planted in sunny areas. The soil should be regularly moistened and loosened. For more abundant and prolonged flowering, the plant should be regularly fed with mineral and organic fertilizers.

Eremurus

Perennial plant forming bright large inflorescences up to one meter high. Flowering begins at the end of spring and a real vertical “carpet” of golden color appears on the plot.

Eremurus is a wonderful honey plant. The delicate aroma of its inflorescences attracts many bees and bumblebees.

In mid-June, flowering ceases, and the surface of the plant dries up. This property of it should be taken into account when planning the landscaping of the site, so that later on the flower beds do not appear voids - "bald patches".

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