There are thousands of different varieties of flowering plants around the world. Some are grown within the gardens of kings and noblemen, while others thrive in the wild. Some flowers are grown simply to be sold to the masses, while other are so delicate that even the slightest touch could cause them to wither and die. Flowering plants are a calling card for small insects and birds. It is nature's way of spreading seeds from place to place without having to move an inch.
Topping the list of flowering plants at www.serenataflowers.com is the Broom Tree Cytisus Scoparius. Attractive to bees and butterflies, this white flowered evergreen shrub is also referred to as a Scotch Bloom. Choose a specially designed planter to enhance the delicate white blooms, such as the Ferro Low Florence Planter. Available in antique copper, black or natural, the shape will work well in an indoor or outdoor setting.
Boasting highly scented pastel pink flowers, the dwarf Korean Lilac blooms in May, June, August and September. Also attractive to bees and butterflies, these flowering plants can be used to accent flower gardens, planted in rows to create a pink border or as a stand-alone plant. Fragrant throughout blooming, stems can be cut and placed in vases to add aroma to any room.
For flowering plants that grow down to create a beautiful umbrella of furry catkins, the Kilmarnock Wilow is perfect for smaller gardens or patios. Blooming catkins in late March burst into golden-dusted catkins in late April through May. Plant directly in soil or opt for a decorative pot and enjoy this plant for three seasons.
For those afraid of tending flowering plants properly, confidence may be boosted when purchasing the Laurustinus Vibumum. Producing star-shaped blooms during winter, this evergreen can help spirits soar during the darkness of short-lived sunlight. Hardy and tolerant through a variety of weather conditions, this popular plant can withstand full sun, shade or coastal areas. Contact serenataflowers.com for pictures and lists of plants, flowers and ideas of packages to give as gifts or to keep for oneself.