Plant A Magical Moon Garden With Flowers That Bloom At Night

If you still haven’t decided what to plant in your garden for this summer, then maybe you’ll find this next article inspiring enough to start planting.

Some flowers that are more special than others, especially if they only bloom occasionally. But there is even a smaller niche out there, as some flowers only bloom at night and those are the ones that you should be planting in your garden if you want a nice twist.

Among these species is the Night Gladiolus, which is a yellow flower with a strong scent.

Night Gladiolus

You can also choose to plant Night Blooming Jasmines or Evening Primroses, as they are delicate and have a very pleasant fragrance.

Night Blooming Jasmines

Evening Primroses

 

 

The Evening Stock can be another good idea, as it has tiny little purple flowers and will create a magical atmosphere in your garden. They also look beautiful on camera, so just think about all the great photoshoots that you can have out there.

Evening Stock

If you want a fast-growing flower that blooms at night, Night Phlox should be on your list as they also have a pleasant honey/vanilla scent.

They also look amazing in the moonlight, so the atmosphere of your garden will be dreamy.

28 Responses to “Plant A Magical Moon Garden With Flowers That Bloom At Night”

  1. Sue Scott Chiles says:

    Great info. Sources???

  2. Gina Moraga says:

    they are really dreamy!!!

  3. Arlie Haig says:

    What is the name of the first flower image, the white one that opens with a swirl?

  4. Bobbi says:

    It’s called a moon flower

  5. Doris Patterson says:

    Love some info on night flowers 👍

  6. Susan Gore says:

    Thank you for this article, it was very helpful.

  7. A says:

    Datura, not for the typical gardener

  8. Kimmy says:

    Absolutely beautiful and fragrant idea.

  9. DW says:

    That swirly one is moon flower. Not sure on the scientific name. It’s a rather large plant.

  10. Ashley says:

    I believe the white flower is a type of Morning Glory.

  11. Lynn says:

    I believe it is a moon flower

  12. Hannah says:

    I believe the one that opens with a swirl and is pictured first is the moonflower.

  13. Peggy says:

    Tell us more!

  14. Kel says:

    Moon flowers.
    (Seriously)

  15. Tracy Redell says:

    These flowers are magical and inspiring 🏵️🌸 I want to plant a “witches garden” w only these flowers in it!

  16. Jessica says:

    Moonflower (Ipomoea alba)

  17. Doreen Parsons says:

    Lovely – was the first photo (?) jimpson weed?

  18. Tracy Rathbone says:

    I also would like to know the name of the first flower shown (swirl )

  19. Julia says:

    moon flowers they are related to morning glories

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