What flowers do well in Scotland?

What flowers can I plant now in Scotland?

Perennial Plants

  • Liriope muscari ‘Moneymaker’ Blue Lilyturf. £9.14. …
  • Astilbe Jump and Jive Perennial Plants. £8.04. …
  • Astilbe Snowdrift Pot Grown. £6.89. …
  • Bergenia Cordifolia Elephants Ears. £6.89. …
  • Coreopsis verticillata Moonbeam. …
  • Crocosmia Lucifer Pot Grown. …
  • Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora Honey Angels. …
  • Dicentra Spectabilis Bleeding Heart.

What are the best perennials to grow in Scotland?

Top 10 perennial plants

  • Sedum. Sedums, also known as Stonecrop, are superb for their late summer and autumn colour, often flowering into November! …
  • Rudbeckia. Rudbeckia are reliable and popular perennials, valued for their long-lasting, splash of colour in late summer and early autumn. …
  • Geranium. …
  • Phlox. …
  • Japanese Anemone.

What is the Scottish flower?

What can I plant in April in Scotland?

There is a great range of seeds that can be sown outside from April onwards, especially if we get a spell of warm, damp weather. Lettuce, beetroot, broad beans, kale, cabbage, turnips, carrots, parsnips, peas, radish, spinach, spring onions and chard can all be sown now.

Do roses grow well in Scotland?

Most are tough and fairly disease-resistant and some are repeat flowering. These are a good choice for Scotland, being low-maintenance and mostly quite weather resistant.

Are begonias perennial?

Although they are perennial in a warmer climate, most gardeners treat them as annual flowers. Tuberous begonias are probably the second-most popular outdoor begonia for gardeners. … Wax or fibrous begonias are best grown in annual flower gardens that get at least some afternoon shade.

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