Plants to Grow Outdoor Very Easily : (Part – 1)
If you’re new to landscaping or you don’t have a lot of time for plant care, you can still have a great-looking yard by choosing easy plants to grow. There are plenty of great options, ranging from tiny ground covers to medium-sized trees. Some are sun-loving while others are suitable for shady spots. You can also choose from flowering standouts as well as foliage plants that are prized for their fall colors.
Daffodil (Narcissus spp.)
One of the biggest challenges in growing spring bulb plants is keeping pests away from them. But daffodils are notable for being virtually pest-free. The bulbs can remain in the ground for years, sending up bright spring blooms with little care on your part. Just cut back the foliage once it yellows to keep your garden looking tidy.
Color Varieties: Yellow, white, orange, pink, bicolor
Sun Exposure: Full sun to part shade
Soil Needs: Loamy, moist, well-drained