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4 Types of Flowers That You Must Have in Your Dorset Garden by Is Evtimova

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4 Types of Flowers That You Must Have in Your Dorset Garden

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Dorset is well known for its beautiful flower festivals and garden shows. You can't be living there be tempted by the idea of having the prettiest garden in the county. There are so many types of flowers, shrubs, bushes and trees that can be planted that it is easy to get confused and overwhelmed. Here are some of Britain's most beloved flower species that are suitable for almost every type of garden, and are bound to earn you first place in this years gardening contest.

The Flower from The Gardens of the Old World

The lavender, also known as Lavandula can be found from the Canary Islands, across Europe and Africa to the south coast of India. This plant is loved for its amazing aroma and rich oils. It was and still is cultivated in big quantities for its cosmetical and medicinal uses. Back in the UK, the lavender is a common inhabitant of most gardens and orangeries. Sunny, warm Dorset is a perfect place to grow this warm-loving flower. The most important thing that you need to know is that the Lavandula hates moisture, it needs dry, sandy soil and lots of sunshine. The English lavender is the most commonly used species when it comes to cooking and baking. There is nothing better than having a lavender muffin with your afternoon tea while looking out to your lovely, colourful garden.

The Delicate Queen of Europe

The primrose is one of the most commonly grown flower in all gardens in Europe. It blooms in different vibrant colours depending on the specific species, but it is typically grown in the yellow shades. The primrose is a perennial plant that can grow up to 12 inches in height. Its name comes from the ancient French and means “first rose” due to the fact that it blooms very early in the spring. The primrose's blooming season is remarkably long and in some places in Europe, it can continue until mid-autumn. You can find the primrose in almost every garden in Dorset, and this is mainly because not only that the flower is very beautiful but it is also extremely adaptable and easy to care for. Primroses love the shade and the moist but drained soil, therefore chose where to plant them carefully.

Peony - Every Gardener’s Dream

The peony or paeony is a gorgeous flower that usually blooms in the pink-purplish colour scheme, altho there are some white, yellow, red and even blue species. This easy to grow plant is native to Europe, Asia and North America and it is one of the most preferred flowers by all of Dorset’s passionate gardeners. It has large but delicate blossoms and it almost looks like a mix between a small cabbage and a majestic rose. The peony blooms in early spring to late summer and its aroma can be sent from far away. There are close to 40 distinct species of peony with some even growing as a woody shrub. With its pleasant climate, Dorset is an ideal place for cultivating this lovely plant that, if properly cared to, can easily outlive you. Some species are documented to have lived over 100 years. To properly grow your peonies, you need rich, moist soil with a neutral pH. Plant them in the autumn.

The Dazzling Garden Violet

The English violet is also known as sweet violet, common violet or garden violet is a beautiful delicate flower that is native to Europe and Asia. It is relatively small but very aromatic, usually blooms in violet or white colours. The plant grows in a basal rosette and can reach up to 6 inches in height. The English violet is loved by gardener all around the UK with several of them receiving special awards from the Royal Horticultural Society for its use in their gardens. The violet is easy to grow, all it needs is a little shade and lots of water. It is most comfortable spreading under trees, but you can grow them in anything including pots and containers. You can plant them anytime in spring altho if you miss this opportunity you can equally do the same in autumn. You can expect your little English violets to bloom in early to mid spring. In addition to its delicate beauty this small plant is edible, so you can even put its leaves in your salad.

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