Plants That Bloom In Winter
There are plenty of winter plants that help with stress. Here is just a small range of them, which will give you some great variety and flexibility during those dark, winter months.
The good thing about pansies is that they bloom for a substantial amount of time, existing in a range of different colors. Some are solid hues, while others come in two different colors.
This wondrous flower will grow even in the coldest months of the year, owing to its extensive, deep network of roots. Plant some in the first few months of winter, or if you live in particularly cold areas then in late winter months.
The stunning, orangey hues of this plant are reputed to have medicinal properties; they cluster beautifully on tree branches, brilliantly offsetting the surrounding snow, assuming you get some.
This iconic plant makes for a picture-postcard back garden in snowier climes. It produces red berries in winter, and also small white flowers in springtime.
This sumptuous dark red plant does well in colder months; it blooms typically in late fall, typically staying closed until late winter, even as late as March. They then open into lovely reddish, urn-shaped flowers. Very stylish.
These tend to grow in the Mediterranean, growing in the winter months there; of course this may be relatively milder than winter months elsewhere. The leaves actually get darker (blue) as the temperature grows cooler.
These delicate-looking flowers, once used as a cure for rabies, are hardier than they look. They thrive in frost, and can withstand the rigors of fall, winter, and early spring.
The clue is in the name. In terms of fragrant scent it doesn’t get much better. They have a rich, creamy white appearance, and tend to bloom from November to April, depending on where you are situated.
Camellias are dazzling, ranging from pink to crimson, and bloom all the way through those difficult winter months; a must-have for your garden.
These bloom all-season long and do well in winter sun. They can vary in color, from rich purples to gentle pinks, even reds and whites. A very versatile plant.
This glorious, regal flower does nothing during summer months, then comes to life at around Thanksgiving each year, requiring the winter sun to blossom.
- Winter-flowering Trees and Shrubs – UF|IFAS University of Florida