8 Different Types of Plants and Flowers That Canadian Homeowners Love

By
Industry Observer with RenovationFind

Did you know that Canada is tied with Russia for first place as one of the coldest countries in the world? The lowest recorded temperature dropped to -63°C in the winter of 1947. 

If you're wondering what kinds of flowers can withstand this weather, this guide lists the different types of plants homeowners can grow in their gardens.

1. Red Thigh Dogwood 

Red Thigh Dogwood is popular for its beautiful bright red twigs. This plant will remain red all year long so it can bring some much-needed color in the winter. 

This plant will provide a great contrast to a wintery landscape.

2. Plant Roses

People love flowers because of the beautiful colors and fragrances they offer. Roses are especially beautiful whether you choose the white, red, or yellow variety of the flower. 

Different varieties of roses can bloom in the spring or fall. Make sure to ask your landscaping company which roses bloom best in your area.

3. Camellias Bring Color 

Camellias can bloom in the latter part of the winter or the early months of spring. These flowers will bring color to your garden during a white Christmas. 

Magenta, soft pink, and red are some of the color varieties you can choose from if you decide to plant camellias in your garden. 

4. Peonies Are Easy to Care for 

If you're considering doing residential landscaping you should choose to add peonies to your yard. Peonies are delicate flowers but can continue to bloom for years if watered and cared for properly. Make sure to plant them in direct sunlight. 

5. The Hyssop Herb

The hyssop herb can survive the coldest of temperatures in the Canadian winter. This makes it the perfect addition to your garden. 

This herb is great in teas and can help alleviate a scratchy throat. 

6. Poppies Are a Great Choice

Poppies are best known for their bright red color but they can come in a variety of oranges and yellows too. Poppies bloom during the winter and do best in cold temperatures. 

7. Coneflower Can Survive Winter

You'll love having the coneflower in your garden as long as your add some mulch to help it survive the winter. Coneflower is also called Echinacea and is part of the daisy family of plants. 

8. Irises Are Beautiful 

If you're interested in more summer flowers you should consider planting irises. These flowers will bloom in the spring and last through the summer. 

There are design landscapers all around Canada if you're ready to start your next landscaping project. 

Different Types of Plants for Your Home

The different types of plants on this list will bloom beautiful flowers in all kinds of weather. If you're interested in planting some of these flowers outside your home and renovating your yard, a landscape contractor can help you with the design of your project so you can keep up to date on the latest landscaping trends in Canada

Contact design landscaping to start discussing your design project today. Reach out with any questions you may have, we'll be happy to help. 

Comments (2)

Niki Filliny

thank's for info

Sep 05, 2021 11:16 AM
June Piper-Brandon
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Ellicott City, MD
Piecing Dreams One Home at a Time

When I was growing up in Canada my Dad taught me about climate and its effect on our plants and what variations of different plants were hardy enough to survive the climate.  This is great information!!

Sep 05, 2021 01:31 PM