Grab an amaryllis bulb kit to fill your home with the stately splendor of these big blooms. Plant several types in the same pot to create a colorful indoor garden. After flowers fade, snip blossom stems at the base. Continue to grow the leaves through winter and plan to set plants outside for the summer if you want to have bulbs bloom again next year.
An above-ground pool and spa are surrounded by tropical palms and colorful blooms, making this backyard retreat ideal for relaxation and entertaining. A privacy fence buffers noise and activity from the nearby neighbors.
The flowering plants are primarily pink, white, yellow and blue, a soft palette that complements the natural shingles of the home. Flowering shrubs, roses, perennials, annuals and spring bulbs ensure that the garden is in bloom from March until late fall. Plants like iris, alliums, echinacea, roses and foxglove emphasize the cottage style of this colorful garden.
Also known as moss rose, portulaca is loved for its ability to grow in the meanest, driest, sunniest, hottest spots. This annual creates a carpet of colorful blooms. Mojave portulaca opens blossoms in red, pink, tangerine and yellow. With thick succulent leaves, it’s no wonder Japanese beetles leave this beauty alone.
In this cheerful breakfast area, a streamlined trestle-style dining table mingles with white bistro chairs and a chevron-patterned rug. Wall-mounted vases filled with bright blooms add a shot of color for a sassy alternative to traditional artwork.
A painted wood base complimenting the black wood dining chairs supports glass vases with colorful floral arrangements for an inviting and fresh centerpiece. Layered place settings and burlap place mats create the perfect country vibe.
Large boulders create a separation from the perfectly trimmed grass in this side yard up to the planted section of colorful outdoor flowers. Yellow, lavender and burgundy blooms add beautiful and bright natural color to the brown and gray rocks and vivid green grass.
Thick, vivid plant life decorates the grounds hugging the white garden fence. The gate is covered with an open archway and thick, winding ivy. A large bed of yellow flowers draws the eye while red and pink blooms add a pop of extra color.
Trellises covered in colorful mandevilla, which is tropical blooming until frost in the South, serve as a kind of doorway to help demarcate a garden path leading off of the lower driveway into the side yard of this Atlanta home.