We Grow Flowers that Require Very Little Care
Many flowers such daffodils, grape hyacinths, irises, day lilies, yuccas, flowering trees and shrubs require very little work to grow and care for. In the Ozarks daffodils start blooming in late February, lasting till mid April. We always have some daffodils blooming for Easter. They can be planted in lawns in late summer or fall. They get thicker and more beautiful each year. Wait till mid May before mowing them to allow them to build and store energy for next years blooms. The daffodils pictured above were from bulbs purchased about 40 years ago. They were dug up and replanted about 15 years ago.
Irises bloom in late April and May, They are good for growing on banks that are too steep to mow.
Crepe Myrtles are shrubs that bloom in August and September.