The most unusual flowers are the ones that are seen growing in the midst of snow. It is seen in the literature, at numerous instances that a flower grown in recently fallen snow as a symbol for something pleasantly surprising. It might seem unreal but it is not. The flowers that grow in snow need just the right temperature, the snow and appropriate blooming winter. Flower delivery Singapore will willingly help you out if you want these flowers delivered to your doorstep.
These winter flowers are put in the ground every fall and they turn into a flower the next winter or early spring. Larkspur, Viola, Digitalis and Calendula are some flowers that can bear freezing temperatures and also keep on growing in light snow. These flowers may freeze or die during heavy snow except annuals are able survive even in that temperature. Moderate weather may cause more harm to them than extreme cold weather.
There are numerous shrubs that grow in the winters. The flower, Witchazel blooms in January and February with different vibrant colors like orange, yellow and red. Dawn grows in the time from November to March having white flowers. Some of the other shrubs that blossom in winters are Wintersweet, Sweetbox (this one blossoms in January), Christmas box, Daphne odora and winter honeysuckles.
This flower is known for its special ability and named after its capability to grow right out of the snow. These flowers are the first ones to blossom in spring. These are native plants of Balkan Mountains. These can grow and last in hard, snowy cold. Snow crocus come out in different colors like orange, white and yellow.
Unusual winter bloomers
Highly unusual flowers blossoming in the winters include snow trillium. If the snow has fallen more than a few inches, this flower can be hard to see because it does not grow very tall and just 6 inches above the ground. Snow trillium grows in February and March. Another kind of flowers that are bell-shaped and are called Snowdrops grow in January. The leaves of this flower are tough and spiky and easily make their way out of snow while blossoming.
It is does not live because of the tree as a parasite but basically feeds on the fungi. The conifer and the fungi have a mutual association; the tree gets the fungi sugar that it needs to grow while the fungus gives the tree minerals etc.
With these rare flowers that grow in the snow you can up your overall Christmas décor.