You Can Plant These Night-Blooming Magical Flowers and Make a Moon Garden



There’s no doubt that there’s no shortage of people who love to garden and and plant beautiful flowers. There’s something lovely about sitting outside while drinking coffee and enjoying the beautiful landscape, which you hand-crafted. However, not all of us get the pleasure of sitting outside during the day.

For those that don’t get pleasure of sitting out during the day or just prefer the night, they can get the pleasure of enjoying a beautiful garden that blooms at night. What a site to behold under the magical night sky.

Not everyone knows about night-blooming flowers, so here are a some beauties to get you started. They’re beautiful during the day and even more at night!

DATURA

Datura blooms but at night and during the day but when that moonlight hits, it’s even more stunning. The beautiful colors of datura just pop at night. It’s certainly a sight to see under the moon.

Keep in mind that for a night garden, you don’t have to only plant flowers that bloom at night, but any flower that appeals to you which you find mesmerizing at night.

Evening Primrose

The Evening Primrose is a delicate and fragile flower that starts to bloom at dusk. It comes in magnificent pastel colors which are usually pink with yellow and white inside.
You will see the true splendour of this flower at its peak in the very early morning hour brie the sun starts to rise. They make for a must-have flower in any moon garden.

Moonflower

We can’t start have a list about a moon garden without mentioning the beautiful Moonflower! Moo flowers have an incredible bloom. The color radiates under the moonlight where you can appreciate its beauty but you can also see its beauty during the day too.
You will find them in either white or pink and they can be quite the sight when in season.


Angel’s Trumpet

Angel’s Trumpet are sometimes confused with Datura. There are seven species of small trees  and shrubs in the nightshade family. Angel’s Trumpet are grown in frostst free environments. Most species are fragrant at night and attract moths for pollination. Keep in mind that all partts of the Angel’s Trumpet are poisonous.