Decorative Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange Colors (Part 1)

Creating a reference guide on the assortment of plants for an ornamental garden is a responsible and difficult task. The variety of edible, tea, spicy-tomato species and varieties with yellow and orange flowers, leaves and fruits was great. Let’s rather continue to get acquainted with the plants that give our dachas the most cheerful colors!

Tussilago farfara

  1. Colored part of the plant: inflorescences.
  2. Decorative period: April-may.
  3. Environmental features: placement in open, Sunny places; watering 1 time a week in hot dry summers.

Decorative Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange Colors (Part 1)

Melissa officinalis, varieties ‘All Gold’, ‘Aurea’

  1. Colored part of the plant: leaves.
  2. Decorative period: June-August.
  3. Environmental features: placement in open, Sunny places; the plant is drought-resistant, does not need artificial watering (or watering 1 time a week in hot, dry summers).

Decorative Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange Colors (Part 1)

Momordica charantia

  1. Colored part of the plant: flowers, fruits.
  2. Decorative period: June-August.
  3. Environmental features: placement in open, Sunny places; watering 1-2 times a week in hot, dry summers.

Decorative Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange Colors (Part 1)

Useful tip: when arranging an ornamental garden, you must adhere to the same principles of crop rotation as when cultivating a normal one.

Tropaeolum majus

  1. Colored part of the plant: flowers.
  2. Decorative period: June-September.
  3. Environmental features: placement in open, Sunny places or in partial shade; watering 2-3 times a week in hot dry summers; cold-resistant plant.

Decorative Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange Colors (Part 1)

Useful tip: Tropaeolum majus is well adjacent to cabbage, radish, beans, pumpkin crops, potatoes. It repels aphids, bedbugs, and flies.

Cucumis sativus

  1. Colored part of the plant: flowers.
  2. Decorative period: June-August.
  3. Environmental features: placement in open, Sunny places; watering 3 times a week in hot, dry summers.

Decorative Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange Colors (Part 1)

Useful tip: vegetables with a moderately spreading root system, such as root celery and cucumbers, can grow side by side in a flower and vegetable mixborder.

Oenothera biennis

  1. Colored part of the plant: flowers.
  2. Decorative period: June-August.
  3. Environmental features: placement in open, Sunny places; the plant is drought-resistant, does not need artificial watering; cold-resistant plant.

Decorative Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange Colors (Part 1)

Pastinaca sativa

  1. Colored part of the plant: inflorescences.
  2. Decorative period: June-August.
  3. Environmental features: placement in open, Sunny places; watering 1-2 times a week in hot dry summers; cold-resistant plant.

Decorative Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange Colors (Part 1)

Useful tip: Pastinaca sativa is good next to radishes, lettuce, wormwood. Like other root crops-carrots, root parsley, turnips, beets-it is not very demanding on soil fertility.

Patisson, yellow-fruit varieties

  1. Colored part of the plant: flowers, fruits.
  2. Decorative period: June-September.
  3. Environmental features: placement in open, Sunny places; watering 2 times a week in hot, dry summers.

Decorative Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange Colors (Part 1)

Primula veris

  1. Colored part of the plant: inflorescences.
  2. Decorative period: April-may.
  3. Environmental features: placement in open, Sunny places or in partial shade; watering 2 times a week in hot dry summers; cold-resistant plants.

Decorative Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange Colors (Part 1)

Useful tip: the introduction of edible wild plants in ornamental gardens is now very important. Compositions and even gardens with them are regular participants of the world-famous Chelsea Flower show flower festival.

Capsicum annuum, yellow and orange fruit varieties

  1. Colored part of the plant: fruit.
  2. Decorative period: August-September.
  3. Environmental features: placement in open, Sunny places; watering 1-2 times a week in hot, dry summers.

Decorative Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange Colors (Part 1)

Tanacetum vulgare

  1. Colored part of the plant: inflorescences.
  2. Decorative period: July-September.
  3. Environmental features: placement in open, Sunny places; the plant is drought-resistant, does not need artificial watering; cold-resistant.

Decorative Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange Colors (Part 1)

Helianthus annuus

  1. Colored part of the plant: inflorescences.
  2. Decorative period: July-August.
  3. Environmental features: placement in open, Sunny places; the plant is drought-resistant, does not need artificial watering.

Decorative Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange Colors (Part 1)

Rhodiola rosea

  1. Colored part of the plant: inflorescences.
  2. Decorative period: may-June.
  3. Environmental features: placement in open, Sunny places; watering 1-2 times a week in hot dry summers; cold-resistant plant.

Decorative Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange Colors (Part 1)

Ruta graveolens

  1. Colored part of the plant: inflorescences.
  2. Decorative period: June-September.
  3. Environmental features: placement in open, Sunny places; the plant is drought-resistant, does not need artificial watering; cold-resistant.

Decorative Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange Colors (Part 1)

Useful tip: remember that sweet Rue does not get along in close proximity to Basil and cabbage.

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