Spring explosion on the Costa Tropical

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Spring explosion on the Costa Tropical

Spring arrives and it is wonderful to walk along any path or between the houses, everything is full of flowers, scents and intense colors. Actually, on the Costa Tropical there are flowers all year round, but spring is exceptional, without a doubt my favorite season of the year.

And if you feel like planting flowers, spring is the best time of year to plant flowers: find out which are the best spring flowers to plant in March, April and May

Spring is the best time to spend time in the garden or to enjoy the gardens, this is because temperatures rise and many flowers find their perfect habitat to grow in the best way and beautify the garden with bright colors..

The tropical gardens are a true paradise for those of us who like plants. There is so much variety of shapes and colors that you don't know where to look as everything attracts your attention.

We leave you some names of places where you can find the typical flowers and plants of our land, in case you want to buy them: In Motril, Viveros Reina, Viveros Algaidas, Semilleros Hortoplan, Floristería Mayoral, or in Almuñecar, El Jardín de Charlotte

If you dream of having a garden like this, I am going to recommend some tropical plants for outdoors that will turn your room into a green space in which your gardener dreams will come true.

 Bird from Paradaise

Its scientific name is Strelitzia nicolaiit is a rhizomatous herbaceous plant widely cultivated in warm-temperate regions of the world. It reaches a height of 10m, and produces such striking flowers that surely not even the birds will be able to resist them. It resists up to -4ºC.

Bougainvillea

To grow smoothly, bougainvillea needs a lot of light. Otherwise, it would lose its leaves and the following summer it would not bloom. It also requires a minimum temperature between 7ºC and 10ºC and a maximum of 21ºC, as well as a soil rich in humus, well drained, which can be fertilized with compost.

La The Cane of the Indies

 Its scientific name is Canna indicait is a fast-growing rhizomatous plant that reaches a height of 50-60cm. There are different varieties: some have green leaves, others with reddish stripes, some produce red flowers and others yellow. It is an ideal species to have near a pond, in direct sunlight. It resists cold and frost up to -2ºC.

 

Geraniums

Geraniums are, without a doubt, one of the most common flowers in gardens, balconies and terraces. The wonderful thing about geraniums is that once planted they can last for several years, especially on the Costa Tropical where we have an average temperature of 18ºC because to keep them you have to protect the pots when the temperature drops below 15ºC

The Pink Hibiscus from China

Its scientific name is Hibiscus rosa-sinensisit is an evergreen shrub that produces large, bell-shaped flowers in a wide variety of colors: pink, yellow, white, two-tone... With a height of 2 meters, it is ideal for having as a hedge, as it resists pruning and weathering. cold up to -2ºC if it is for a short time.

The Jacaranda

It is a generally deciduous tree, although it can be semi-evergreen or perennial if the climate is tropical or subtropical, or if it is very sheltered, reaching a height of up to 30 meters. It develops a rounded but irregular crown, very branched. The flowers are purple and bloom in spring. It is sensitive to strong winds, but otherwise withstands well down to -4ºC.

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