6 Incredible And Luminous Plants That Appear In Winter!

Winter is far from a boring and unpleasant landscape. On the contrary, beautiful species of plants that we may not be used to seeing the rest of the year come to revive the garden. This is especially possible due to their bright colors, radiant leaves, or simply their position. This list of plants will surely give you ideas for your next planting. Here are 6 amazing, luminous plants that appear in winter!

1) Blue Spurge

Blue sedge is a gorgeous, hardy plant whose foliage shines brightly in the winter landscape. It requires dry soil to grow well.

Euphorbia charcias blue spurge
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2) Pope’s money

Its round, silvery leaves always surprise. Coin pope is a native plant that survives well in cool, dry environments. Moreover, it is often found in bouquets of dried flowers. Be careful, slugs are very fond of this plant.

Papal Lunaria Anoa Coin
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3) Tibetan grapes

The Tibetan grape blends perfectly with the winter landscape, as its white color gives it a frosty edge. Its silvery leaves will slightly reflect the light to make your garden sparkle with a thousand light.

Rubus thibetanus Tibetan bramble
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4) dogwood orange

dogwood blood pod “Winter beauty” stands out from other varieties of dogwood. Its brightly colored branches brighten up the landscape by taking in the colors of autumn in the middle of winter. Note that it prefers dry and calcareous soil.

Cornus Alba
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5) Sedum ‘Herbstfreude’

The advantage of sedum is that it does not require any care. From the compact port, its brown flowers withstand all winter. You’ll also have the chance to see its pink blossoms developing from early spring.

edum x telephium
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6) Calamagrostes “Karl Forster”

The clumps of this herbaceous plant will bring volume to your garden. Be careful, remember to cut off the dry shoots well in February, because the shoots develop very quickly and you can quickly find yourself conquering this plant.

Calamagrostis x acutiflora Karl Foerster winter
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