What has to be considered in planning these displays? Timing: bloom time (early, mid and late). Color: Bright colors with dark, hot colors with cool, echo colors. Size: Arrange heights for best advantage at bloom time.
In the spring, while you are enjoying those blooms and tending to your perennials, it is time to plant bulbs in the garden for show-stopping summer flowers. By summer bulbs, I mean bulbs, tubers, rhizomes, corms, and other fleshy roots that are sold as “bulbs” due to how they are planted.Plant these bulbs in the spring for a cavalcade of rich, decadent color and beauty in your garden when summer arrives. #sponsored
If you're looking for hardy, no-care, "Plant and Forget" spring flowering bulbs, look no further - load up on Muscari. These bulbs are so winter hardy and easy to grow that no garden should be without them.
Is it possible to keep deer, rabbits, and squirrels from eating our favorite flowering spring bulbs? Check out this list of options. Spring-flowering bulbs are planted in the fall before the ground freezes and require a cool season before bursting open with color in your late winter and spring garden. #sponsored
Bulbs that you force into bloom starting at this time of the year keep summer around a little longer and excite our souls with the promise of the upcoming spring. Forcing bulbs indoors in the winter months is very simple and always worth the tiny amount of prep time they require. Click through to find out how!