Flowering Bulbs For The Rock Garden

Flowers are a great signifier of the beginning of Spring. In a rocky garden, planting flowering bulbs can brighten up dull areas with bursting colors. Varieties of dwarf bulbs can be spread on the ground or even placed between rocks and stones to accentuate landscapes. Naturalizing bulbs are ideal for rock gardens, as they will keep spreading and flowering again for years.
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Flowering Bulbs For The Rock Garden

How to create a burst of color in your rock garden? Flowers are a great signifier of the beginning of Spring. In a rocky garden, planting flowering bulbs can brighten up dull areas with bursting colors. Varieties of dwarf bulbs can be spread on the ground or even placed between rocks and stones to accentuate landscapes. Naturalizing bulbs are ideal for rock gardens, as they will keep spreading and flowering again for years. The advantage of planting naturalizing bulbs is that they inherently multiply and spread across the ground gradually. In time, they can spread in larger numbers and random patterns, known as drifts. Flowers can grow in little groups, or spaced out further apart. During planting time, you can aid this process by planting the bulbs in random spots and odd numbers, so that they bloom with a natural looking pattern.