Sunny Shades In The Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange (Part 1)

Let’s continue the fascinating and very useful task of creating a list of types and varieties of vegetable, spicy, and tea plants that will make our dacha even more beautiful and make our dishes more diverse. This time we will talk about Sunny shades.

Anguria

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

Sunny Shades In The Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange (Part 1)

Citrullus lanatus (yellow-fruit varieties)

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

Sunny Shades In The Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange (Part 1)

Okra

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

Sunny Shades In The Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange (Part 1)

Useful tip: the decorative period is specified for a reason, but for an applied purpose — even at the stage of the device of the flower and vegetable mixborder, keep in mind that you will have to replace plants that have already faded or harvested.

Marigolds (varieties)

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

Sunny Shades In The Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange (Part 1)

Helichrysum italicum

  1. Colored part of the plant: inflorescences.
  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.

Sunny Shades In The Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange (Part 1)

Gentiana lutea

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

Sunny Shades In The Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange (Part 1)

* Cold-resistant plants include one-and two-year crops with a long growing season and wintering perennials.

Peucedanum ruthenicum

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

Sunny Shades In The Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange (Part 1)

Brassica juncea

  1. Colored part of the plant: inflorescences.
  2. Decorative period: June-July.
  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.

Sunny Shades In The Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange (Part 1)

Useful tip: mustard is a hospitable host for many insects, so it should be completely removed before planting the main vegetable crops. But where you leave its “Islands”, it will help to fight cabbage aphids, leaf fleas, nematodes.

Geum rivale

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

Sunny Shades In The Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange (Part 1)

Gagea lutea

  1. Colored part of the plant: inflorescences.
  2. Decorative period: March-April.
  3. Environmental features: placement in partial shade or in a shady place; the plant does not need artificial watering; cold-resistant.

Sunny Shades In The Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange (Part 1)

Useful tip: bright solar splashes of blooming Gagea lutea will decorate the rockery or flower beds much earlier than many other flowers, soon after the snow has fallen.

Inula helenium

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

Sunny Shades In The Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange (Part 1)

Useful tip: Inula helenium is great in bloom as a high-rise “Golden” dominant in the background of the flower garden. Surround it with soft-feathered background plants: Stachys, Salvia, Teucrium chamaedrys and others — and the decorative effect of the composition is provided to you.

Origanum vulgare, varieties ‘Aureum’, ‘Aureum Crispum’, ‘Gold Tip’

  1. Colored part of the plant: leaves.
  2. Decorative period: during the growing season.
  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 summer); cold-resistant plant.

Sunny Shades In The Garden: Plants In Yellow And Orange (Part 1)

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