It turns red in fall and grows big white berries in winter. As such, it provides some well-needed color in colder months.
Lily of the valley won’t give you much in winter, but it’ll bloom in early spring. If you have a mild season, you might get some winter flowers too.
Camellias aren’t super hardy plants, but will do well in a sheltered space. They flower in winter, giving you a nice burst of color, and the glossy leaves are a deep green.
Winterberries are hardy plants that’ll survive almost anywhere. Birds love the berries, and cuttings look great in floral arrangements.
If this plant can survive Siberia, you know it’ll do fine. The green leaves turn purple-brown in the winter, giving you a great burst of color.
With a bit of care, you can find a good selection of winter plants that’ll provide color and interest on your balcony in the colder winter months.
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