Flowers for the balcony garden come in almost every color and shape imaginable. Many flowers do well in small containers and bring splashes of color to balcony container gardens. The following beautiful flowers are popular and easy plants to consider for your balcony
Calla lily flowers, also called trumpet lilies or Lily of the Nile, most often have waxy-white flowers that gracefully twist and curl, ending in a delicate point.
The calla lily grows to 2 feet tall and can be grown in plant containers, and there are also miniature calla lily varieties that you can keep
Celosia flowers, also called woolflowers or cockscombs, have unusual flowers that can bloom up to 10 weeks .Celosia flowers also look great in vases and bouquets, so you can bring their beauty indoors.
Chamomile is a beautiful little white-petaled flower that can be dried and made into a fruity-tasting herbal tea. If you are growing chamomile in your balcony garden to make tea, get the German chamomile variety and not Roman chamomile.
This container plant can is usually only about 9 inches tall, but it can grow to 2 feet, and it spreads up to 2 feet across.
Daffodills, also called Narcissus, are hardy flowering plants that mostly flower in spring, but several species (such as Narcissus tazetta, commonly called paperwhites) flower in Autumn.
All daffodil flowers have a trumpet surrounded by six floral leaves (outer three are sepals, and the inner three are petals).
Dahlia flowers do best in plant containers that are at least 1 by 1 foot, and low-growing and dwarf dahlia varieties are best for container gardening. There are so many dahlia flower varieties that every gardener can find something for their garden
Dianthus flowers are perfect for plant containers and will bring a splash of color to any urban balcony garden
The height of this flower ranges from 6 inches to 3 feet, and there are so many dianthus varieties that any gardener can find a beautiful dianthus species to fit his or her balcony garden .
There are many species in the Impatiens genus, but the varieties that you’ll find at your local garden shop are annual hybrids (some Impatiens species are perrenials).
The aromatic lavender plant has beautiful purple-blue flowers and adds height to a container garden. It makes a great companion plant with vegetables and herbs, and it will attract beneficial insects to your garden, including butterflies, bees and other pollinators.
These beautiful gold, orange, yellow or white flowers (and a mixture of these colors) are often planted in butterfly gardens. They attract butterflies, but ward off other undesirable insects with their pungent odor