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Say Hello to Yellow: 7 Bright Flowers to Grow at Home



Say Hello To Yellow: 7 Bright Flowers To Grow At Home

Optimism. Warmth. Happiness. These are the things that come into mind when the color yellow is discussed. And with its eye-catching hue, it isn’t surprising that adults feel a little lighter with its presence in their homes.

Thus, what better way to create positive vibes amidst the drab pandemic than with the addition of a yellow ornament – or specifically, a yellow plant. With this, say hello to yellow and learn more about the bright flowers you can grow here:

1.   Forsythia

With its showy flowers, you would expect this plant to be quite the handful. Surprisingly, it is easy to cultivate, and it can grow in any soil composition – be it acidic, alkaline, or clay. When developing your forsythia, the most vital aspect is good drainage, where any chance of standing water will cause the roots to rot.

The forsythia certainly lives up to its other name with its vibrant bell-shaped petals: flower bell. And although this plant is covered in green leaves for most of the year, you can always grow forsythia for a yellow color palette in the spring as a welcoming of the season. Its yellow flowers are sure to pop out – even if you plant this in an area with shade.

2.   Corydalis

Not only does the corydalis fit into the yellow department, but it is also a shade-tolerant flower that does well in a variety of well-draining soils. Additionally, this plant will flourish the best in areas where there are hot and humid climates.

With its blossoms and soft bushes, this standout plant is perfect for edging the walkways or borders of your garden. Additionally, it also works well to cover the ground under shaded trees. Overall, this plant is a good filler for your home – as it provides a vivid hue among shady areas and a catchy sight among walkways.

3.   Dahlia

The dahlia never ceases to amaze with its buttery yellow blossoms and elongated petals. This highly sought-out flower is most known for its versatility: coming in different colors, shapes, and sizes.  And while they don’t last long during intense summers, they do grow well in the sun and in well-draining soil.

The petals of these valley flowers were not only for beautification, but the Aztecs also used them for healing rashes, grazes, cracks in the skin, and even for treating epilepsy. Nowadays, the petals are added to salads or used as a garnish in Mexico.

4.   Daffodil

Even for a beginner gardener, planting a daffodil is an easy task. These trumpet-like flowers flourish in rich and moist soil and can last for several years, as long as there is good drainage. Once the flowers bloom, they will tend to grow towards the sun – so planting them in an area with the most sunlight is the best option.

Although it won’t bloom more than once in a season, they do look good when planted apart from each other – in rows lining the garden bed.

5.   Goldenrod

At first glance, the goldenrod may look like a problematic weed due to its structure. But this fuzzy yellow plant proves to be otherwise as it also has its medicinal benefits to offer. It can be consumed as a tea, complete with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory effects. Also, this plant is used for improving urinary health, controlling weight, and suppressing prostate cancer growth. Furthermore, goldenrod offers you not only its captivating petals but as well as its medicinal uses.

6.   Marigold

The marigold has a bold aroma, making it recognizable among the flowers in your garden. And although it may not seem like it, this plant is independently vigorous when it comes to growing – as it only requires little care. You can directly plant them in the ground from seed or even start them indoors before the end of winter.

When fully-grown, the marigold fends off pests and improves soil health – all the while putting on its full display of yellow buds.

7.   Iris

Irises come in a variety of colors, including a bright yellow. These pretty posies are flexible: blossoming their best in either full sun or shade and acidic, moist, or even humus-rich soil. However, the irises will want you to provide them with full sun exposure and 12 inches of water if you want the best flower production.

These unfussy flowers will be a great color contrast to your garden: inside your flower bed and near garden streams or ponds. From late spring to early summer, these large flowers will remain eye-pleasing and captivating in your garden.


With emerging challenges in the pandemic, one innovative way to energize yourself is indulging yourself in these bright ornaments. And although planting is a hobby to most as it eases tension and lightens the mood, it could also be quite beneficial as it helps with food shortage and even medicinal benefits.

Regardless of your experience, all you need when growing these plants is a little bit of planning and research. Nevertheless, welcoming these yellow plants will welcome a new and healthier you.