This year’s Pantone color of the year is just bright and lovely, it’s also one of the most naturally-occurring colors in the floral world. If you want to brighten up your garden this 2019 with the color of the year, read on and find out which flowering plants are best suited to your garden!
Coral Cove Rose
Be mesmerized with the explosive way this rose blooms all-year round. With its small flowers dotting your walkway, front yard, side yard or even your backyard, we’re sure these roses won’t fail to make you slow down, smile and appreciate the beauty it adds to your curb appeal.
Hybrid Tea Rose
This modern rose is more than just your favorite flower to turn into a corsage. With its long stem and vibrant hues. It is best paired with the Floribunda.
From its name alone, you know it will have coral blooms. Thriving in part sun and shade, this climbing flowering plant is perfect if you are looking to cover your pergola or outdoor posts with coral blooms. Not only will you have coral blooms, these flowers will also attract hummingbirds.
Also known as Indian Currant or Snapberry, it will thrive if you have clay or loam as your garden soil. This flowering plant is also a great groundcover especially if your plot is prone to erosion. Once it bears berries in winter, you’ll see it attract birds and insects to your yard.
The smaller the flower gets, the bigger the visual impact it creates. The same thing goes for Impatiens. Thriving in full sun, it’s perfect to plant it right after the last winter frost. If you want it to reach its maximum height of 30 inches, plant it near each other to encourage growth spurt. If you’re looking for a coral-color flower to plant in a container box, Impatiens is your best candidate!