Begonia flowers bloom throughout the summer. The first flowers appear on them in mid-May, and the last buds can bloom before frost.
This flower does not require special care, it perfectly tolerates spring frosts, therefore it is ideal for planting in pots.
2. Viola (pansies)
One of the flowers most beloved by gardeners: unpretentious, well tolerant of low temperatures and prolonged rains. Viola needs regular watering and good lighting for normal development and flowering. Therefore, when planting in pots, you need to observe a distance of 18-19 cm between them.
Differs in a variety of varieties and a variety of colors. The following varieties of Heuchera are popular with flower growers: cylindrical, American, small-flowered and some others.
4. Hydrangea paniculata undersized
Not all varieties of such hydrangeas are suitable for planting in pots, but only undersized ones (fortunately, quite a lot of such varieties have now been bred). From the whole variety of varieties of low-growing hydrangeas, you can choose Little Lime with pale emerald inflorescences or Pastel Green.
This perennial has a wonderful aroma and has been very popular with flower growers from different Russian regions for many seasons. This flowering plant requires good lighting and is comfortable during dry periods. Flower pots have long been used in many European countries to decorate parks and squares.
The tendency for such "mini-flower beds" has come in recent decades, and now many flower growers and landscape designers successfully use containers with flowering perennials as additional decorations in their gardens or parks.