Blue is a color that stands out a lot. It is not very common in nature, so finding a plant whose flowers have bluish tones costs more than finding others that have dyed their petals in other colors. Still, if you want to decorate your garden or terrace with bluish flowers, you’re lucky.
We have selected for you 4 plants that have blue flowers… Natural! Check it out.
Agapanthus is a perennial plant with tuberous roots native to South Africa. It can reach a meter and a half in height. Its leaves are lined, about 30cm long and of a very beautiful deep green color. The flowers can be white or blue, and appear grouped in groups of up to 30 during the summer. Supports up to -8ºC.
This is a beautiful perennial herbaceous very resistant to cold and frost of up to -6ºC native to the Caucasus. It reaches 45cm in height, and has simple leaves. Its small flowers bloom in mid-spring, and remain open for eight to ten weeks.
What to say about the hydrangea? This shrubby plant native to Southeast Asia is one of the most loved to have in oriental or even classic gardens. It is often used as a flower hedge, and is that not only are they spectacular but can bloom from spring to summer. In addition, it resists frosts of up to -5ºC. What more could you want?
Another beautiful perennial herb for terrace or garden: the Perennial flax. It is native to Europe, specifically it can be found in the Alps and in some parts of England. It grows up to 60cm tall, with lanceolate leaves up to 2,5cm in diameter. The flowers are bluish, and are composed of five petals. Being adapted to cold climates, it easily withstands frosts of up to -7ºC.
Although it doesn’t have that blue color, let’s say, pure, we didn’t want to stop listing it. The rainbow roofs It is a perennial rhizomatous plant native to China, Korea, and Burmania. It has long leaves, up to 7,5cm long, and lilac-blue flowers that sprout in summer. Supports up to -6ºCso you won’t have to worry too much about the cold .
Which one did you like the most?