“….Every sense is gratified, even that of touch, when the delicate plumes of the fragrant Lilac blossoms brush your cheek as you walk through its path; there is no spot of fairer loveliness than this Lilac walk in May. It is a wonderful study of flickering light and grateful shade in midsummer….The very spirit of the Lilacs seems visible, etched with a purity of touch that makes them sentient, speaking beings, instead of silent plants.”
- Alice Morse Earle
There’s one word that describes bell shaped flowers perfectly: charming! The best way to lighten up any garden area is with these delicate flowers. Find them on shrubs, small plants, or even trees. For those who have a passion for nature’s little enchanters, you’ll be thrilled to read through this list of my favorite bell shaped flowers from around the world.
Don’t you love a bed of colorful flowers in front of your patio? Whether you want to plant for the first time or renovate your garden, consider getting some Agapanthus Peter Pan.There are many cool things about this beautiful flower that will probably entice you. Even when in not in bloom, this plant creates a stunning view of your yard.
Who wouldn’t love gerbera daisies growing in their own backyard? Gerbera daisies are so perfect and colorful that they hardly look real. This flower blooms in nearly every color and produces beautifully large flowers on long, thick, and sturdy stems.
Whether you purchased the plant or received it as a gift, proper gerbera daisy care will certainly be a topic that will cross your mind. You will start to wonder whether you can grow this for one gardening season only or re-sprout it year after year.