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Top 5 Spring Yellow Flowers

If you’re still undecided on the perfect direction for your spring flower plantings, consider these top 5 vibrant yellow blooms.

Let’s face it: in climates like ours, the winter months mean brown, sparse landscapes. But, amazingly enough, that also creates a perfect background for yellow flowers to really pop. (This is the very reason why the season in which Topiarius uses the most yellow flowers is – you guessed it! – spring.)

Whether you have a single container to fill or a vast landscape to work with, incorporating yellow flowers into your designs is a foolproof way to brighten up your space. Just take a look at four of our Chicago clients’ spring plantings and displays.

Yellow Tulips

Simple but oh, so satisfying: the lush swath of sunny yellow Tulips in this parkway brings a dose of springtime cheer.

Yellow Pansies and Silk Forsythia Branches

This container design says, HELLO SUNSHINE! While the bright color brings impact, the variety of heights provides visual interest. The combination of shorter yellow pansies, taller Forsythia branches, and painted yellow Kuwa branches creates a juxtaposition that is eye-catching and unique.

Pro Tip: Topiarius uses silk (aka faux) Forsythia branches because the bright yellow flowers don’t expire and fall off the branch, keeping the container display in tip-top shape throughout spring.

Yellow Daffodils

Daffodils can hold their own next to the often sought-after blue Hydrangea. Don’t get me wrong, we love us some blue Hydrangeas, but the yellow blooms on these Daffodils kind of steal the show.

Yellow Ranunculus

The Ranunculus bloom may be smaller in size compared to the Hydrangea, but its vibrant yellow hue and delicate paper-like petals make it a standout companion plant for any container display. 

There you have it, friends! Five yellow flowering plants that will not only add a pop of vibrant color to your garden, but also serve as a beautiful and welcoming sight to usher in the arrival of spring.  Say good-bye to indecision and welcome the sunshine in!

P.S. If you’re ready for some spring action in your own garden, now is the time to contact us.  🌻

P.S.S. Check out our favorite BLUE blooms!

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