Fall planted bulbs reward the gardener with early spring garden color. Select firm bulbs and plant in shallow holes before the ground becomes too cold.
Alliums are a common food plant, but Giant Alliums are fairly new to the decorative garden. Easy to grow, these colorful globes look like Truffula Trees!
Intermediate Daffodils are a somewhat recent classification to bridge flower sizes between the small and the large. They are useful as a hybridizing bridge.
With over 25000 different daffodils to choose from it can be difficult to find a reliable source of local bulbs without accessing a local club for help.
Glory-of-the-Snow is a self-propagating bulb, a member of the lily family, that produces beautiful blue flowers in early spring, adding much-needed color.
Gardeners across the eastern U.S. and Canada welcome the common snowdrops, as they herald the end of winter and warmer days ahead.