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Which Flowers to Plant in Spring in Your Region

Plant Flowers | Pots & Flowers | Seedmart Australia

Spring is an enjoyable time of the year for gardening. The cold winter days are over, and the weather is warming up. Gardens around Australia start popping with colour. Spring is the perfect time to plant a number of varieties of warm season flowers.

Want to find out the flowers you should grow during Spring? 🌼 Use these charts to help you plan which seed varieties to sow in your region.

Flower Planting Guide for Spring | Subtropical | Seedmart

Here is a list of popular flowers that you can grow in the subtropical zone of Australia. This zone includes South East QLD and Northern NSW:

Annuals

Cosmos, gerbera, impatiens, marigold, nasturtium, sunflower, zinnia.

Perennials

Aster, carnation, chrysanthemum, dahlia, dianthus, everlasting daisy, geranium, petunia, salvia, snapdragon, verbena.

Flower Planting Guide for Spring | Temperate | Seedmart

Here is a list of popular flowers that you can grow in the temperate zone of Australia. This zone includes the coastal regions of NSW, Sydeny and parts of Victoria.

Annuals

Amaranth, cosmos, gerbera, impatiens, marigold, nasturtium, phlox (can be annual or perennial), sunflower, zinnia.

Perennials

Aster, carnation, chrysanthemum, dahlia, dianthus, everlasting daisy, geranium, petunia, phlox (can be annual or perennial), salvia, snapdragon, verbena.

Flower Planting Guide for Spring | Wet/Dry Tropical | Seedmart

Here is a list of popular flowers that you can grow in the wet and dry tropical zone of Australia. This zone covers the top end of Australia including Northern Territory, Western Australia, and North Queensland.

Annuals

Amaranth, cosmos, gerbera, impatiens, marigold, nasturtium, sunflower, zinnia.

Perennials

Chrysanthemum, dahlia, dianthus, everlasting daisy, geranium, petunia, salvia, snapdragon, verbena.

Flower Planting Guide for Spring | Mediterranean | Seedmart

Here is a list of popular flowers that you can grow in the Mediterranean zone of Australia. This zone includes Adelaide and Perth.

Annuals

Alyssum, antirrhinum, cornflower, cosmos, impatiens, marigold, nasturtium, sunflower, zinnia.

Perennials

Aster, begonia, carnation, dahlia, dianthus, everlasting daisy, gazania, petunia, salvia.

Biennials

Foxglove.

Spring Flower Planting Guide for Cold/Southern Tableland

Here is a list of popular flowers that you can grow in the Cold/Southern Tableland zone of Australia. This zone includes Melbourne, Tasmania and cool highlands regions.

Annuals

Alyssum, antirrhinum, aster, celosia, cornflower, cosmos, impatiens, lobelia, marigold, zinnia.

Perennials

Begonia, carnation, chrysanthemum, dahlia, dianthus, gazania, petunia, salvia.

Biennials

Foxglove, hollyhock.

Flower Planting Guide for Spring | Arid | Seedmart

Here is a list of popular flowers that you can grow in the dry/inland zone of Australia. This region extends to the outback and arid areas of Australia, including Central Australia.
Annuals

Cosmos, marigold, zinnia.

Perennials

Petunia, nasturtium, salvia.

Start your Spring flower garden today. Seedmart Australia offers you a range of heirloom,  untreated, and non-GMO flower seeds. We carry a range of all your favourite flower varieties including cosmos, nasturtium, cornflower, marigold and foxglove. Create a traditional cottage garden, a sprawling wildflower garden, or a compact, container flower garden. Browse our range now. 

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