Flower Towers can be regarded as one of the most effective ideas for spring planting…but not the only one. Plants can appear in the surroundings with the use of flower containers and pots – large, color and exceptionally resistant to any inconvenience. What to choose and how to plan spring planting? Blooming plants arising from the space of city streets and squares is the best way to say goodbye to winter and its greyness. Pansies and daisies, because of their appearance and resistance to cold, are the best idea for first planting. It is interesting that selected species of pansy bloom in the first days of March, therefore, they are perfect for the arrangement of urban space in first weeks of spring. This charming, modest flower impresses with its features: for lush flowering it just needs fertile soil and sunny or even semi-shaded place. Species of plants, such as pansies, daisies and tulips mean that spring is just around the corner. They appear in the Flower Towers, containers, pots or hanging Flower Towers which are fixed on the street lamps and walls. These flowers color grey surroundings when the other haven’t bloomed yet. As soon as their charm fade, the can be quickly replaced by summer flowers, such as geraniums, ipomea or surfinias.