By: | Updated: 01/04/2018

1. Blue Hydrangea

Blue Hydrangea

This flower with large flowerheads looks absolutely stunning! These flowers are blooming from early spring to late autumn. The flowers are best cultivated in porous and moist soil. They prefer full sun, but they will bloom in partial shade as well. It’s better to plant these flowers in spring or autumn. Water them regularly; if the soil in your garden is sandy, you might use some fertilizers. With some proper care, you’ll enjoy admiring these beautiful flowers every day.

These blue flowers will also look great in every home bringing some light and calmness into the interior.

And if you are going for a birthday party and your friend’s or relative’s favorite color is blue, why not make them happy with the beautiful bouquet made from blue hydrangea?

2. Perennial Geranium

Perennial Geranium

This magnificent flower can bloom from June to first frosts giving you a chance to watch this beauty again and again. It needs to be planted on the full sun areas in moist and well-drained soil. Apart from that, these plants are very tough and adaptable meaning you will not have to spend too much time on caring about them, and so with minimum care you can have a beautifully decorated garden.

3. Delphinium

Delphinium

This flower comes in all shades of blue, from the lightest to the darkest ones. It’s very nicely shaped and can create fun and carefree atmosphere. But you should know that these flowers like mild weather. It’s better to plant them in humus-rich organic soil.

These flowers also look perfect in bouquets, either in combination with other flowers or on their own.

4. Brunnera

Brunnera

The flower starts blooming with heart-shaped leaves in spring. Even though it might look rather simple at first sight, the flower has its own beauty creating very peaceful and even jolly mood, so don’t get tricked by first impressions. Besides, these flowers can be easily paired with some other plants and aren’t difficult at all to take care of.

5. Grape Hyacinth

Grape Hyacinth

This plant blooms in spring producing clusters of blue flowers that can remind that of the grape. This flower is associated with rebirth and symbolizes trust. It can become great accomplishment to your garden and will make you smile every time you look at this beauty.

You can decorate your home with these flowers to feel more joyful or make them into a perfect bouquet.

6. Clematis

Clematis

Clematis is perfect for creating some ornaments in your garden. It’s a perfect symbol of courage and faithfulness. With some good treatment, clematis can bloom throughout the growing season. It prefers the sun but it’s better to keep the roots in slight shadow, so it can be planted at the base of another plant.

7. Bluestar

Bluestar

This amazing flower starts blooming in late spring. Its beautiful clusters of blue flowers give the sense of peace and calmness that you can enjoy by having the flowers in your garden. This flower is self-seeding so you can have lots of them without any extra efforts. And if you want to avoid their spreading, don’t forget to remove them before they mature.

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