Gardening

9 orange flowers for the garden


The orange flowers give the garden a boost! Perennials, shrubs, bulbs and annuals decline their orange hues for a vitamin garden.

Discover a list of 9 orange flowers to plant in your exterior.

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3 orange flowering shrubs

Azalea

• Variety: Rhododendron x knaphill ‘Fire Ball’
• Flowering: in April-May, large red-orange flowers with long pistils, grouped in bouquets, appear.
• Foliage: oval, coppery deciduous leaves.
• Plantation: from February to May or from September to November.
• Location: in the sun or partial shade, protected from cold winds and in acidic, light soil. An ideal plant in a bed or in a pot.

Berberis

• Variety: Berberis linearifolia ‘Orange King’
• Flowering: the abundant, tubular flowers of a bright orange cover the shrub in April. Sometimes this Berberis blooms a second time in October.
• Foliage: dark green leaves, lanceolate and persistent.
• Plantation: in March or October.
• Location: in clumps, tubs or hedges, this shrub adapts to any type of soil. Place it in the sun or in a partially shaded location.

Cinquefoil

• Variety: Potentilla fruticosa ‘Mango Tango’
• Flowering: a fruity name that represents the small orange flowers of the cinquefoil. These simple five-petalled cup flowers appear from May to September.
• Foliage: deciduous leaves composed of small, thin gray-green leaflets.
• Plantation: from February to April or from September to November.
• Location: prefer a sunny or partially shaded position and a well-drained, ordinary to limestone soil. Place it in a bed, isolated, in a container or in a hedge.

3 bulbs and annuals with orange flowers

Ranunculus

• Variety: Ranunculus Asiaticus ‘Orange’
• Flowering: globular flowers formed by multiple petals in May-June. Once cut, they make up beautiful bright bouquets.
• Foliage: medium green deciduous leaves cut off alongside erect stems.
• Plantation: plant the bulbs from late August to November.
• Location: in beds or in pots, in fresh, drained and rich soil, in the sun or in partial shade.

Indian carnation

• Variety: ‘Feria’
• Flowering: from June to September double frilly flowers bloom. Their scent acts as a repellant for many vegetable garden pests.
• Foliage: dark green cut leaves.
• Plantation: the sowing takes place between February and April and the planting of the pots after the frosts in spring.
• Location: in border, in massif, in rockery, in planter, in the vegetable garden or in pot. Install it in light or even dry soil and in a hot and sunny location.

Poppy

• Variety: Papaver Orientale ‘Harvest Moon’
• Flowering: yes, not all poppies are red! This variety is distinguished by the orange color of its fine crumpled petals, characteristic of the poppy.
• Foliage: green, narrow leaves with toothed edges.
• Plantation: from February to April or from September to November.
• Location: ideal in meadow or rockery, you can also plant it in pots or in beds. It requires drained soil and sun.

3 climbing plants with orange flowers

Honeysuckle

• Variety: Lonicera x heckrotii ‘Firecracker®’
• Flowering: bright orange fragrant flowers, tubular and with long yellow pistils.
• Foliage: deciduous or evergreen leaves depending on winter temperatures. Rounded, medium green foliage.
• Plantation: in March or October.
• Location: on a low wall, a fence, a pergola or an arbor. Honeysuckle thrives in deep, drained soil, in a partially shaded location.

Bignone

• Variety: Campsis grandiflora
• Flowering: flowers in the shape of large, flared bright orange trumpets, August to October.
• Foliage: leaves composed of 7 to 9 medium green toothed leaflets.
• Plantation: from March to May or in September-October.
• Location: in drained soil, in the sun and sheltered from the wind. In the garden, it is planted on a trellis, a fence, a pergola or an arbor

Climbing rose

• Variety: ‘Alchymist’
• Flowering: apricot-colored double skirted roses in June-July.
• Foliage: oval leaves with toothed edges. Semi-persistent, they are bronze in color at bud break and then turn green.
• Plantation: in March or October-November.
• Location: on a trellis, a fence, a pergola or an arbor. This climbing rose thrives in any type of soil and prefers a sunny or partial shade position.

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