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Monsoon Plants You Should Plant This Season in your Garden

Each season brings lovely things, peculiarities and its set of challenges with it. Every season have to offer vulnerabilities to every creature. Nature is the great offering to us and seasons are part of it. Whether its summer, spring, winter or Monsoon all of them comprise multiple specialities. These are the reason behind the blooms, joy and fulfilling lives of every creature on the planet. Likewise when monsoon comes it has a great offering for the planet. With every tiny drop the Mother Nature spreads the petrichor and it attracts every creature. And they feel cozy, loved and blessed because every particle of the sand helps the plants to grow and creature dance. So you can grow your garden with top monsoon plants. When you’ll see the saplings blooming, you’ll feel joyous. To be actively involved in each step makes this an incredibly rewarding journey, especially if you’ve paid close attention to the cycle of the seasons. Here we are listing down the most beautiful plants for your garden that suits the season too.

Have a look:

  • Water Hyacinth: The hint is in the name and these quickly growing mauve flowers are the perfect way to add some monsoon fragrance to your garden. They grow in bunches and will populate your garden well.
  • Wild Balsam: For adding some like light pink to your garden and filling up those bare nooks and corners, the Wild Balsam is the right option. It is a delicate flower that is at home during the rains.
  • Hill Turmeric: Suitable for growing at the base and even lining your garden, this plant is known for its broad leaf structure which eventually gives way to graceful flowers that come in shades of purple, yellow, rose, crimson and red.
  • Blue Ipomoea: The purely azure hues of this flower are just the kind diversity that the monsoon season will bring.
  • Indigo: If a plant should be taking over the major real estate in your garden. The bright reddish-crimson flowers dotted amidst the lush greens can be quite a sight.
  • Wild Sesame: A staple of monsoon based gardens, this herb quite ravishing. The purple tubular flowers and gorgeous foliage will make your garden seem truly verdant.
  • Glory Lily: Scientifically called Gloriosa superba, the appeal of this flower lies in the multi-staged, multi-coloured petals that go from green to yellow to red to crimson as the plant grows.

Grow these plants in your garden and welcome the monsoon with lovely saplings, delicious fruits and green veggies. So you can enjoy all the rainy droplets of rainy season.

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