Some flowers can grow better in the summer than others.
Here are our picks for the best winter flowers.
Read moreA snow-flowered poppy is one of the best.
It’s a favourite of spring, autumn and autumnal months, and it’s a perennial.
It thrives in temperatures in the mid-30s to mid-40sFrozen flowers, like this pink poppy, are popular during the warmer months of spring and summer, and can be a winter delight.
It can be hard to get a poppy in the cold and snowy winter months.
It will wilt quickly, but its leaves will keep its moisture and flavour.
This one is also great for making a frosty tea or tea with ice cream.
It will wane in the colder months, but if it’s stored properly and kept away from the elements, it will last for years.
It won’t flower in a single bloom, but a single frosty, full-bodied flower is a treat for the whole family.
The white poppy can bloom in just a few hours.
It won’t be as dramatic as a blooming poppy, but you can get away with it if you’ve got plenty of room.
Read moreWinter flowers, ornaments and snow-flake flowers, are another favourite for winter.
These are great for giving a warm and welcoming feeling.
They’ll grow well and produce large flowers, but they will take a while to bloom.
You can get a lot of fun out of them with a few simple patterns.
You can also use them as a winter gift.
They look like a small snowflake or snowflake in the glass.
You’ll love them when you’re out and about.
We love the little snowflake flowers that are in the garden.
They’re easy to keep, don’t take up much space and can grow in the ground.
Read about other winter-friendly plants to buy.
We’ve got the most perfect winter flowers, from a variety of flowers that bloom in the spring, summer and autumn.
This winter poppy is the best in terms of quality, beauty and fragrance.