When to Plant Flowers in Indiana


winter plant flowers in Indiana a

well-planned flower garden should always

have something blooming and the best way

to ensure this is to plant flowers and

bolts that offer a succession of blooms

get your Indiana Garden off to the right

start by planting at the right time


spring planting

Verde University recommends gardener set

cool season annuals like poppy or

Snapdragon into the ground in April once

the soil has lost enough moisture to

become workable if the soil feels thick

and muddy wait a couple of weeks so it

can dry off then plant warm season

annuals like geranium or impatiens

should be planted after frost danger

passes late April to early May in

southern Indiana and mid May in northern

Indiana fall flowering bulbs like Dahlia

and perennial flowers can also be

started in a spring summer tips little

gets planted in the Indiana summer but

it's an important time to maintain

flowers and plants Verde University

recommends removing cold season annual

flowers and plants and you now have

started to wilt in the heat if you're

planting spring bulbs like tulips or

daffodil prepare the soil in August by

turning it over with your shovel fall


plant spring flowering bulbs in late

September iris de lily and peony plants

can be started during the fall

perennials can also be started from seed

during the autumn months but plants do

best when started in spring