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Best White Flowers for Your Raised Garden Bed

The white flowers add a cool effect to the garden, especially in hot summer. White flowers shine almost at night, so they are ideal for planting along trails or facing decks or courtyards. Look at some of our favorite white flowers. The following content also has some reference value for raised garden beds.

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Lily-of-the-Valley

This sweet smelling land is a favorite of the old style. It is a cool spare, it has white flowers, can spread quickly.

Note: All parts of Lily Valley are poisonous.

Plant name: Magalia wart

Growth conditions: cool, moist and well drained soil

Size: to 1 foot high; The lump can spread out several feet wide

Area: 2-7

Planting it: The lily in the valley looks like a carpet under higher plants (such as bleeding heart).

Iceberg Rose

As one of the most reliable white flower types, Iceberg will produce clusters of fragrant creamy white flowers throughout summer and autumn.

This easy growing cut flower provides an umbrella shaped lace bouquet from mid summer to late summer. As a relative of carrot, it has a taproot, which is not good for transplantation, but it will reseed.

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Carrot

Growth conditions: sufficient sunlight and well drained soil

Size: 4 feet high and 1 foot wide

District: Biennale in District 4-8

Planting it: Queen Anne's lace has a lot of charm; Plant it with other cottage garden plants, such as fox gloves (digitalis) or zinnia.

Immortal Iris

The tall bearded iris is a good garden plant, but varieties like the pure white "immortal" are essential because they often bloom again in late summer.

Plant name: Iris "Immortality"

Growth conditions: sufficient sunlight and well drained soil

Size: 3 feet high and 1 foot wide

Area: 3-9

Planting it: use peony (such as "Kling White") for knockout match combination.

Datura

This beautiful annual plant is perfect for evening gardens. Its fragrant white trumpet shaped white flowers bloom at dusk until dawn.

Note: All parts of this plant are highly toxic

Plant name: Daturametlodes

Growth conditions: sufficient sunlight and well drained soil. Once established, it is quite drought resistant.

Size: 3 feet high, width

District: Annual

Plant it: plant evening primrose together with evening primrose, which also blooms at night.

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Rosa "Iceberg"

Growth conditions: sufficient sunlight and moist soil with good drainage

Size: 5 feet high and 3 feet wide

Area: 5-9

Planting it: "Iceberg" is perfectly matched with any other type of rose, lavender (lavender) and cat mint (Nepeta).

Annabelle Hydrangea

Annabelle hydrangea is one of the easiest growing white flowers. It blooms in midsummer and produces large pure white clusters, which are very suitable for cutting.

Plant name: Hydrangea arbor "Annabel"

Growth conditions: partially shaded and humid soil with good drainage

Size: 5 feet high, width

Area: 3-9

Plant it: "Annabel" is the perfect partner of Hydrangea lobata or Hydrangea acorn.

Japanese anemone

The Japanese anemone is a perfect cut flower for autumn gardens, producing pink and white cup shaped flowers. It can be a bit of a disseminator; Plant it where it has enough room to grow.

Plant name: sea anemone hybrid

Growth conditions: sufficient sunlight or partial shade, moist soil and good drainage

Size: to 5 feet high; The clumps can spread several feet

Area: 4-8

Planting it: sea anemone is a perfect companion for marigolds and tall varieties of asters.

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Lilac

You don't have to rely only on annuals and perennials to get beautiful flowers. Many shrubs - including cloves - also provide beautiful white flowers.

Plant name: syringe selection

Growth conditions: sufficient sunlight and moist soil with good drainage

Size: 20 feet or higher or wider

Area: 4-8

Planting it: Most lilac flowers grow big enough that they can't accommodate plant partners. Try to use the dwarf selection of peony or shrub rose to get a beautiful spring combination.

Calla Lily

Another favorite cut flower, calla is a soft plant with elegant vase shaped flowers. White is a classic color, but you can also find yellow, orange, pink and purple Kaleya.

Plant name: Zandeskia Selection

Growth conditions: sufficient sunlight and moist soil

Size: Up to 3 feet

Area: 8-10, depending on selection

Planting it: Kalas looks beautiful, the flowers of double dahlias are beautiful, and highlight the tropical feeling of dwarf marijuana.

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Cup flower

Cup flower is a wonderful plant, which can add delicate texture to the front of the frame or the container. It produces white, lavender or purple flowers on the leaves of ferns throughout the summer.

Plant name: Rosa baishanensis

Growth conditions: sufficient sunlight and moist soil with good drainage

Size: 1 foot high and wide

Area: 7-10, but usually planted every year

Planting it: Try to grow spring flowers (feline plants) every year. They have similar flowers, but their texture is rough.

Sweet autumn clematis

The sweet autumn clematis will surely fill your whole garden with sweet fragrance at the end of summer. This vigorous vine needs solid support to climb up.

Plant name: Clematis

Growth conditions: sufficient sunlight or partial shade, good soil drainage

Size: Climb to 20 feet or more

Area: 4-9

Planting it: This fast-growing vine can't get along well with others. Let it override its support.

Shasta Daisy

Shasta daisies are one of the most pleasant perennial plants, offering simple white flowers and a sunny yellow center for most of the summer.

Plant name: white alfalfa x super

Growth conditions: sufficient sunlight or partial shade, good soil drainage

Size: 3 feet high and 1 foot wide

Area: 5-8

Plant it: Silver lamb ears (Stachys Byzantium) are the perfect foil for Shasta daisies.

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Annual Changchun Flower

The annual catharanthus roseus has a clear tropical appearance, and its saucer shaped white flowers are saturated red, rose, pink and purple. However, the white variety is the most prominent.

Plant name: Rosa

Growth conditions: sufficient sunlight and well drained soil

Dimensions: Height 18 inches wide

Areas: 10, but usually grow every year

Planting it: Planting one year old ivy as an upright contrast to trailing calibration or mini petunias. Queen Anne Lace

This easy growing cut flower provides an umbrella shaped lace bouquet from mid summer to late summer. As a relative of carrot, it has a taproot, which is not good for transplantation, but it will reseed.

Plant name: Carrot

Growth conditions: sufficient sunlight and well drained soil

Size: 4 feet high and 1 foot wide

District: Biennale in District 4-8

Planting it: Queen Anne's lace has a lot of charm; Plant it with other cottage garden plants, such as fox gloves (digitalis) or zinnia.