Bluebells, or Mertensia virginica, bloom in March and April for a small time period, according to the Missouri Botanical Garden. They are hardy in USDA Hardiness Zones 3 to 8.Know More
Bluebells have showy blue flowers that are trumpet-shaped and about 1 inch long. They prefer partial to fully-shaded conditions and have medium water needs. They are a clump-forming perennial that have blue-green leaves and pink flower buds that turn blue as they age.
A Bluebells plant generally requires low maintenance and experiences relatively few pest problems. They grow to approximately 2 feet and have a spread of less than 1.5 feet wide.Learn more about Outdoor Plants & Flowers
A Judd viburnum is a deciduous shrub with snowball-like blooms and green leaves, according to the Missouri Botanical Garden. It is hardy in USDA Hardiness zones 4 to 8.Full Answer >
To make African violets bloom, trim off old blossoms after they start to fade, make sure they have lots of light, fertilize the plants regularly and make sure that there is adequate humidity in the area. It can also help to plant the violets in small containers with porous soil.Full Answer >
Double knockout roses are self-cleaning and bloom every 5 to 6 weeks. Plant them in early spring. You need a soil test kit, lime or sulfur, the rose plants, a shovel, manure or compost, and mulch.Full Answer >
Improper pruning is a common cause of a climbing rose bush's failure to bloom. Overpruning stifles the growth of buds, which is why there are no flowers.Full Answer >