Plant Your Own Magical Moon Garden With Night-Blooming Flowers Desere Davis Published in Jul 2020 / Updated in Mar 2021 There is something breathtakingly beautiful about night-blooming flowers – they remind one of a fairytale. While there are millions of people who just love to garden, few realize that a garden can be just as lovely at night as it is during the day. In fact, if you plant the right flowers, your garden can be absolutely mesmerizing when the moon and stars come out to play. A moon garden – the name given to a garden filled with night-blooming flowers – is the perfect spot for stargazing. If you like to spend your summer evenings being peaceful outside, you’ll love having such a garden. It is not your typical garden with roses and leafy bushes, but it is a wonder to behold at night. And, it looks wonderful by day as well. We will look at the top five flowers that every moon garden should have. They may be less fabulous by day, but they will create a sense of magic at night. Moonflower We can’t start a list about a moon garden without mentioning the lovely Moonflower first. They can bloom spectacularly and are even pretty during the day. You will find them in either white or pink and they can be quite the sight when in true season. Moonflowers are often described as ‘basic,’ but they’re a great addition to any garden, normal, or moon. Angel’s Trumpet This is a flower that smells as wonderful as it looks. They have a unique appearance that anyone can appreciate. These flowers are available in a variety of colors. Keep in mind that they do not always bloom at night. However, when they do, you will love their beauty. Evening Primrose The Evening Primrose is a delicate and fragile flower that will bloom at dusk. It comes in gorgeous pastel colors and is usually pink with yellow and white. You will see the true splendour of this flower at its best in the early morning hours. They make for a must-have flower in any moon garden. Evening Stock Beauty comes in all sizes and this flower proves that – they’re stunning but tiny. Their appearance is unique and less glamorous but still wonderful. You will find these flowers easy to keep in great shape and no moon garden would be complete without them. Datura Technically, the Datura doesn’t bloom only at night, but it is an absolute stunner when seen in the moonlight. The colours of this flower are what make it so pleasing to the eye at night. Your moon garden doesn’t have to be limited to just night-blooming flowers. Any plant and flower you think look beautiful would be a perfect addition to your garden because it’s what you want.