Bulbs to Plant in the Fall

Bulbs to Plant in the Fall

The Best Bulbs to Plant in the Fall for a Glorious Display When Spring Comes Round

There’s something magical about flower bulbs: planted in fall, they appear to slumber underground all winter before bursting into colorful bloom next spring. Bulbs are amongst the easiest garden plants to grow: whether the ever-popular daffodils, tulips and irises, or scillas, alliums, and anemones, all you have to do is decide which varieties to plant in the fall and then sit back and anticipate a glorious spring display. 

Bulbs to Plant in the Fall For Color In Early Spring

The white blooms of snowdrops are the first sign that winter is almost over, whether planted in drifts under trees or in a container on the porch where their delicate beauty can be fully appreciated. When the skies are still grey, the dazzling blue of scillas and chionodoxas gladdens the eye and lifts the spirits. For yellow, white and purple, opt for crocuses: these petite beauties naturalize well and will bloom year after year. 

Bulbs to Plant in the Fall: Daffodils and Narcissi

No spring garden is complete without a drift of golden daffodils. By choosing a mix of early, midseason and later blooming varieties, you can have daffodils and narcissi blooming for three months. Miniature varieties such as Tete a Tete will naturalize easily and bloom in February. You’re spoilt for choice with a wide selection of mid-season daffodils that bloom in March and April while later varieties such as the Pheasant’s Eye narcissus take the blooming period through to May. 

Bulbs to Plant in the Fall: Tulips

Tulips are amongst the most colorful spring bulbs and have held pride of place on the spring garden for centuries. With a vast range of colors, shapes and blooming periods to choose from, there’s a tulip for every situation. Plant in fall from September up to November, depending on your location. 

Explore our collection of the best flower bulbs to plant in the fall, where you will discover many time-honored favorites, exotic new introductions and mixed collections carefully selected to make a stunning impact in your garden.


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