Yellow Flowers for the Garden

Article by Laurren Welch for Country Living

The beauty of yellow flowers is that there are so many different shades, ranging from the more mellow to the downright vibrant. While the color is often a bit softer and more inviting than, say. orange or red, it still manages to pack a bold punch. Read on for our top picks for the prettiest plants (perennial or annual!) with yellow flowers to add to your garden this season.

 

Slide 3 of 26: Dahlias come in a host of different colors, and while they don't love long, hot summers, they do like full sun and well draining soil in more moderate climates. Shop Now

Slide 6 of 26: These full-sun lovers can grow up to 7 feet tall—so they're great for to plant along a fence. Not only will they add a splash of color to your garden, they also have a lovely scent, which will attract bees and butterflies!Shop Now

These full-sun lovers can grow up to 7 feet tall—so they’re great for to plant along a fence. Not only will they add a splash of color to your garden, they also have a lovely scent, which will attract bees and butterflies!

Slide 9 of 26: Cheerful and trumpet-like, the daffodil signals spring's arrival. Shop Now

Cheerful and trumpet-like, the daffodil signals spring’s arrival.

 

Slide 14 of 26: With its sweet scent and buttery hue, the Graham Thomas Rose is one of the most widely grown yellow roses—and it's also a flower with a hidden meaning.Shop Now

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