Bulbs

Spring bulbs are among the most anticipated flowers, representing the emergence of spring, the beginning of a new season.  Planting bulbs takes some thought and planning, it takes some patients, but the result is truly something special.  Spring bulbs will emerge and bloom early and the foliage will fade just in time for perennials to fill in.  It important to feed your bulbs with a good bulb food.

Crocus

Crocus is one of the earliest of the spring bloomers, bringing much needed color after a long cold winter.  These small-but-mighty bulbs make their presence known with bold clumps of colors.  The beautiful colorful blooms and sweet fragrance lures hungry bees out of their winter slumber. Crocus are best planted as border plantings as they only get 3-6” tall.

Hyacinths

Hyacinths have one of the most incredible fragrances of the spring.  They have the ability to capture the eye with their bright colored blooms and transform the smell of the entire garden with their intense sweet fragrance.  They come in a nice range of spring colors and when mass planted can create a real impact.  Hyacinths can be grown indoors in bulb vases and brighten a window sill or counter.

Hyacinths

Hyacinths have one of the most incredible fragrances of the spring.  They have the ability to capture the eye with their bright colored blooms and transform the smell of the entire garden with their intense sweet fragrance.  They come in a nice range of spring colors and when mass planted can create a real impact.  Hyacinths can be grown indoors in bulb vases and brighten a window sill or counter.

Tulips

Tulips are the most popular of the spring bulbs, in fact they are the third most popular flower in the world.  They come in an incredible number of colors, shapes and sizes.  Tulips come in three different bloom times; early season (March thru early April), midseason (April thru early May) and late season (May).

Daffodils

Daffodils come primarily in a variety of vibrant yellows, whites and oranges.  They are long-lived bulbs that multiply each year, creating larger, showier plantings.  These bulbs stand up well to cold weather and hot weather the same, they are really tough.  They are completely deer and rabbit resistant.

Daffodils

Daffodils come primarily in a variety of vibrant yellows, whites and oranges.  They are long-lived bulbs that multiply each year, creating larger, showier plantings.  These bulbs stand up well to cold weather and hot weather the same, they are really tough.  They are completely deer and rabbit resistant.