The Perfect Plower to Plant for People Who Don't Like Gardening

The Perfect Plower to Plant for People Who Don't Like Gardening

The Perfect Plower to Plant for People Who Don't Like Gardening

That is the problem many of us are facing. We enjoy beautiful flowers, but we don't have the desire or time to take care of everything that comes with gardening. Now, what if you say there is something like a "less maintenance" flower garden? That's absolutely true-you just have to choose the right plant. 

The garden may sound like a hassle, but not all plants are as poor as other plants. If you don't like gardening and want to color your garden, you've selected some beautiful flowers that meet both criteria. Everything on our list is a perennial. In other words, it blooms again every year, so you can get all the benefits without any hassle. 


Who doesn't like the stunning hydrangea bushes? It may look chic and elegant, but it actually requires relatively little maintenance. These perennials bloom as bushes rather than traditional flowers. It also grows surprisingly fast. This means you can get beautiful colors and coverage in a much shorter time. Hydrangea requires a little care when first planting, but the good news is that it can grow in a very wide range of climatic and soil conditions. 
These tips will help you keep your hydrangea happy without too much fuss.
  • Autumn or Spring Plants: Autumn is ideal because the plants can develop a healthy root system. • Plant in a shaded area in the morning sun and afternoon. Place it on the north or east side of the house to take advantage of natural sunlight and shade. 
  • Water several times a week: You don't have to water every day. Deep watering several times a week helps them prosper. Try to soak the soil to the roots. However, it is not soaked or soaked.
  • Fertilize as needed: Nutrient-rich soils probably do not require much additional fertilizer.
  • Pruning at the end of summer or early spring: You need to prun the bushes once a year, but the best time to do this depends on the variety you own. 


Geranium is a tough, easy-to-grow flower that can be planted as an annual, foliage, or perennial. There are also different colors. You can choose the easiest variety to grow for your particular climate by simply consulting with a specialist in your local nursery or gardening center. 

Choosing geranium turns out to be very easy to plant and care for. Consider the following tips.
  • Plant in moist soil: You can plant in the morning to take advantage of the dew, or if it hasn't been raining recently, moisten the soil first. You also need to make sure that the soil drains well. 
  • Do not plant when it is too cold. Geraniums cannot tolerate low temperatures and should only be planted when the temperature is between 6575 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Plant in full sun: breeds in the sun for at least 6-8 hours a day. 
  • Weekly watering: You can water more often, especially if the soil is dry or the weather is very warm. 
  • Regular deadhead: This simply means removing wilted or dead flowers. It encourages new growth and keeps your plants looking good all year round. 

Creeping Thyme

If you're looking for a beautiful ground cover that's easy to clean, just crawl your time. This beautiful perennial grows low on the ground and produces many small bright purple flowers. It is also very easy to grow, resists many pests and is durable enough to withstand some foot traffic. Even if you decide to work a little more, it's edible!

Creeping thyme takes a little more time to get started than the other plants on the list, but here's how to get the most out of it.
  • Plant indoors and then transplant: For best results, plant indoors in a small peat pot and transplant outdoors when the weather begins to germinate and the weather is warm enough. You can also sow directly by simply sprinkling it on the soil outdoors. 
  • Plants in full sun: This plant works best when exposed to full sunlight for at least 6-8 hours per day. •Water immediately after planting: Especially if you plant or scatter it outdoors. This will prevent the tiny seeds from being whisked away by wind. 
  • Water every 810 days: Creeping thyme doesn`t like soggy soil, so, depending on how hot and dry your climate is, you won`t need to water it as much as many other plants after it`s established. 


Like creeping thyme, bright, tiny yarrow flowers are also edible. They also require very little care and blossom almost anytime, anywhere, making them great for gardens, yard borders, and more. By choosing from several different color variations, Yarrow produces beautiful clusters of flowers and leaves. It is also durable enough to withstand heat and drought, is almost resistant to garden pests, and may even attract pollen maters and butterflies. Cleaning yarrows is also very easy 

Follow these simple tips.
  • Plant in spring or summer: You can start as soon as the danger of frost is gone. 
  • Plant in full sun: Most effective in places exposed to at least 6 hours of sunlight per day. 
  • Weekly water: Yarrows generally don't like moist soil, although you need to be a little more careful in hot and dry months. 
  • Regular dieback: Removing faded flowers promotes regrowth throughout the season. 


Licorice may look horribly beautiful, but it's surprisingly easy to grow and care for. Their names contain clues about how they grow. Individual flowers remain open for only one day. However, these plants produce a pile of sprouts and replenish them quickly, making them a perfect option for anyone who wants to achieve amazing effects with a little effort. They are also perennials, so they bloom every year.

Daylilies are also surprisingly hard to kill, as they tend to be resistant to many of the pests and potential diseases that affect other lilies. 

Follow these tips for a gorgeous daylily garden:
  • Plant in fall/early spring in warmer climates: In cooler climates, you can plant them in spring.
  • Plant in full sun: They`ll also need welldrained, moist soil. In particularly hot climates, an area that gets some partial shade in the afternoon is ideal. 
  • Fertilization: A yearly addition of some compost is all they need. 
  • Water regularly during the first season: After that, you should water once or twice a week, usually only when it is not raining. 
  • And hey, if you're not used to caring for and maintaining other types of lilies, you can always use them to illuminate your garden. 
Who says that if you don't like gardening, there can't be a beautiful flower garden? Sure, you have to get your hands a little dirty to get things done. But then each of these strong darlings blooms each year with minimal maintenance.