Gardens with flowers that bloom at night are designed to enable admiring and observing a class of plants that bloom and grow better during dusk or night.
There are four categories of plants that bloom at night that can be used in the garden:
2. Plants with bright foliage
3. Plants that bloom at night
4. Plants with fragrant flowers
While using a set of color can have great visual impact regardless of theme garden, planting excessive recommended when we are dealing with flowers that bloom at night: a lot of white flowers have a better chance to have an impact unless they are planted odd.
5. Plants with white flowers
We further find this category by focusing on season of bloom typical for northern landscapes. Plants that bloom early light will fill your garden in early spring, after which it will move to the blooming one for mid season.
Delayed ones can be helped by annual plants. You will have to wait until late summer for those that bloom late, but these are welcome reinforcements who will bring in the flower garden “second wave” of blooming night flowers.
Some of the plants listed below may be in other colors than white, but those with white flowers are preferred for night plants”.
Other plants, bulbs, such as daffodils and white tulips
Lady Earrings (Dicentra spectabilis)
Azaleas and rhododendrons
Magnolia with white flowers
Alyssum (sea lobular)
Cerastium (Cerastium tomentosum)
Great language (Iberis sempervirens)
Daisies (Leucanthemum x superbum)
Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea)
Mountain laurel (Kalmia latifolia)
Corn (Cornus Kousei)
Fisostegia (physostegia virginiana)
Clematite autumn (Clematis ternifolia)
6. Plants with bright foliage
Plants whose leaves glow qualify them for placing them in the gardens of “or moonlight gardens” as they are sometimes called, can have variegated leaves, gold or silver colored.
Plants with bright foliage for moonlight gardens:
Hosta (variegated golden)
7. Plants that bloom at night
8. Scented plants
Calin (Viburnum carlesii)