Alliums deserve a place in every garden. These beautiful spring flower bulbs in shades of lilac, purple, pink, yellow, and white come in a fantastic range of shapes and sizes. Depending on the variety, they bloom from late spring through summer.
If you haven’t yet quite got round to planting your flower bulbs, here’s some good news for you - it’s not too late to plant bulbs such as tulips for a display of glowing color. Read on to discover when it is too late to plant bulbs and give your garden a lift next spring.
Ruffled, single, striped, early, late, fragrant, double, and more: tulips are a very diverse group and there are more varieties of tulip than perhaps you may realize. To help you break it down a bit, we list our spring flower bulbs according to flower shape, bloom time, color, fragrance, and climate zone so you can easily find the perfect tulips for your spring garden.
Flower bulbs such as tulips and daffodils are so easy to grow - just plant them in fall and enjoy weeks of colorful blooms in spring. But did you know that you can extend the blooming season by planting bulbs in layers? When you plant bulbs that bloom at different times, you can create a display that lasts for weeks or even months.
Enjoy the flamboyant blooms of amaryllis and the heady fragrance of Narcissus Paperwhite and hyacinth by growing bulbs indoors for the holidays. These fall- planted flower bulbs are easy to grow and will bloom in just a month or two. Planting bulbs indoors for Christmas requires a little forward planning; read on to discover the secrets of success.