Flower gardens can become a colorful showcase or create a border that pops. Whether you choose and easy way to manage perennial or a particularly touchy annual, growing flowers is a rewarding addition to any yard or landscape. Selecting the right plants is often a matter of preference, but with many species and varieties available, it can be mind-boggling. Consider the hardiness, color, fragrance, height, time of bloom and size of plant itself.
Think about the growing space; full of sun or not, partial shade, soil, will you plant roots have to fight through clay soil. Once you have done in deciding the flower that you want and what kind of environment you can provide, planting and caring flowers is become fun things to do. There is no problem in finding the plants that love the sun, but if you are looking for flowering plants that can handle partial or total shade, just go on with primrose, hosta, astilbe, and trollis (perennials) and impatiens, viola, pansies, begonias, coleus, and fuchsia (annuals). For plants that have pretty flowers and also as a herbs, choose catnip, thyme, chamomile, mint, rosemary, parsley, dill am fennel for partially shaded areas and sweet woodruff, angelica, chervil, and sweet cicely for areas that is in full shade.