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Brighten Up Your Garden From January Through May with Colorful Flower Bulbs

Tulips, daffodils, hyacinths and crocus: these are the spring bloomers everyone knows. But there are hundreds of other, lesser-known beauties to plant in fall. Some are small and delicate, others tall and ungainly. All are fabulous. Wait till you see them!

Hyacinthus orientalis (Dutch Hyacinth)

Rich and heavily fragrant, hyacinths are spring-flowering bulbs that produce gorgeous red, pink, orange, salmon, yellow, purple, white or blue spike-like flowers that mostly cover their stem with a multitude of florets or bells. Which one if for you?

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Why Spring is Really Three Seasons

Consider this: spring is really three seasons - early, mid and late. You will want to think about this when choosing what to plant each fall. Why?

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Learn How To Plant And Care for Your Spring Flower Bulbs

 To achieve optimum flowering results, it is important to plant the bulbs at the right time.

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Lasagne Planting Method

Extend the blooming season of your bulbs! Choose bulbs with consecutive flowering periods and plant them at the same site. 

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