Gardening

9 yellow flowers for the garden


The yellow flowers illuminate the beds with their solar and radiant colors.

Trees, shrubs and perennials, discover our selection of plants with yellow flowers!

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3 trees with yellow flowers

Acacia (mimosa)

Variety: Acacia dealbata, also called Mimosa by florists.
Flowering: in February-March, its inflorescences composed of small feathery balls brighten up the gray days.
Foliage: its thin and cut evergreen leaves are very decorative.
Plantation: in April-May or in September-October.
Location: Mimosa loves the sun (hardy to -12 ° C). This large tree reaching between 10m and 20m high, it is better to plant it in isolation.

Laburnum

Variety: Laburnum (type species)
Flowering: its flowers form long, lightly scented clusters.
Foliage: 3 soft green oval leaflets make up the deciduous leaf.
Plantation: in March-April or October-November.
Location: sun or partial shade, resists up to -20 ° C. This elegant little tree is planted as a grove, hedge or isolated.

Magnolia

Variety: x brooklynensis ‘Yellow Bord’
Flowering: large, pale yellow cup flowers that appear in early May and then sometimes a second time in summer.
Foliage: large, elliptical, deciduous dark green leaves with a soft underside
Plantation: from March to May or from September to November
Location: sun or partial shade tolerates temperatures below -15 ° C. With its 8m high and 4.50m wingspan at maturity, this subject should be placed in isolation.

3 yellow flowering shrubs

Forsythia

Variety: Forsythia x intermedia
Flowering: bright yellow flowers that appear before the leaves as early as February, resembling those of star jasmine.
Foliage: medium green leaves, deciduous and elliptical.
Plantation: from March to May or in September-October.
Location: in the sun or in partial shade. Forsythia is hardy from -15 ° C to -25 ° C depending on the variety. Often planted as a hedge, it can however be found at the bottom of a massif, in a container or isolated.

St. John's Wort

Variety: Hypericum calycinum
Flowering: many flowers in cup or stars are grouped in bouquets from June to October.
Foliage: dark green evergreen oval leaves.
Plantation: in April-May or October-November
Location: With its bushy, spreading habit and deep roots, St. John's Wort is well suited for a slope. It is also possible to install it in beds, in tubs, in rockery or in ground cover.

Mahonia

Variety: Common Mahonia (Mahonia aquifolium)
Flowering: the bright yellow flowers form large clusters of honey and fragrant. They illuminate shady spots between August and April depending on the variety.
Foliage: evergreen leaves that look like holly! Dark green, they are sometimes bronze in young subjects.
Plantation: Between February and March.
Location: in partial shade or in the shade, in a bed, in a hedge, isolated or in a container.

3 bulbous perennials with yellow flowers

Crocus

Variety: Crocus ancyrensis ‘Golden Bunch’
Flowering: between February and March, small, cup-shaped yellow flowers open when the weather is bright.
Foliage: long, thin leaves in tufts originating at the base of the plant.
Plantation: bulb to be planted from July to November.
Location: in massif, in border, in rockery, in undergrowth, in pot. Sun or partial shade exposure.

Daffodil

Variety: Narcissus jonquilla
Flowering: golden yellow flowers between March and June in the shape of a trumpet composed of 6 petals and a central crown.
Foliage: long, thin leaves in tufts originating at the base of the plant.
Plantation: bulb to be planted between September and November.
Location: in massif, in border, in rockery, in pot. Sun or partial shade exposure.

Woodland tulip

Variety: Tulipa sylvestris
Flowering: the wood tulip blooms in late March, revealing corollas of bright yellow pointed petals.
Foliage: linear bluish green leaves originating at the base of the plant.
Plantation: bulb to be planted between September and November.
Location: meadow, rockery, undergrowth in the sun or in partial shade.

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