Spring Flowering Bulbs
Bulbs for the spring season [offsite link]
Color is what is needed to bring life to the garden during the drab and cold days of winter and what better way than to introduce bulbs of spring to your garden.
Fritillaria are interesting bulbs to grow, but don’t grow them for their fragrance. Most smell like rotting meat or rotten eggs. The foul-smelling odor it emits when the foliage becomes bruised is an effective deterrent to rodents and many other animal pests.
It's Spring Time
A nice day with chirping birds and warming winds that bring in tree pollen could be signals of spring. Or is it? Sprouting of new, tree leaves and green grass but then the ailing effects of snow and consistent cooler temperatures of old man winter prove that winter is certainly still in effect.
For such a spine-tingling name, these charming little flowers can pack quite the punch in the bulb garden.
Spring color for garden
One, two, ready go. Its time for color and more color to cover the drab of winter and overcast of spring. Let's do it with spring bulbs.
Not sure what to do or how to get started in time for spring planting? No worries. Here is some basic information to help you out and help you plan accordingly for next spring.
Want a graceful garden plant that is easy to grow in a variety of landscapes. Consider the iris. This easy-to-grow, low-maintenance plant will feel at home in nearly any landscape. Irises also come in so many colors and cultivars that one can always be found to suit nearly any garden imaginable.
The Peruvian Lily Eucrosia
The lovely Peruvian Lily Eucrosia is an interesting, easy-to-grow bulb that makes a great accent in the garden or greenhouse.
The Spring Starflower
A wonderful little bulb that will add a great deal of charm to your lawn and garden.
This isn´t your average garden geranium, its tuberous. This wild variety of geranium is one with which no garden should be without.
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