Plant Combinations: Narcissus - Daffodils
Adding splashes of color in your late spring garden, this pairing will lengthen your bloom display and provide weeks of color until late summer.
Get your winter landscape to burst into vivid life! Remember to plant a few Winter Heaths. Evergreen, they are terrific plants thanks to their fabulous ability to change color year-round. Low maintenance, deer or salt resistant, winter hardy, drought tolerant (once established) and fairly easy to grow, they do not require much: decent drainage and some sunshine.
Create pleasing contrasts in your garden. Combine the showy, lime-green to gold bracts of Cushion Spurge (Euphorbia polychroma) with the architectural, coppery-purple foliage of Phormium tenax Purpureum Group (New Zealand Flax). Complement these foliage plants with the vibrant blossoms of a few exceptionally beautiful tulips and enjoy their color splash and fascinating display!
Imagine your spring garden full of 'Ballerina', 'Apricot Parrot' tulips and fragrant Daffodils over a carpet of sweetly scented, rich yellow Common Cowslip. Lovely, isn't it?
For a cheerful displayl! Easy to replicate, this bulb combination includes 2 gardener's favorites that will provide a joyful display to cheer you up and impress your neighbors in mid spring!
Such an explosion of color is easy to re-create at home. So get prepared for a dramatic show in your mid-late spring garden!
An captivating scenery that can be easily replicated at home!
Cheerful colors in mid spring that will put a smile on your face!
Sunny colors for the early-mid spring garden!
Easy to realize, this fresh and classic border combines pastel tulips with delightfully fragrant daffodils for a charming display in mid-late spring.
Extremely easy to re-create in no time. You have to try it! Both plants have won the prestigious Award of Garden Merit of the Royal Horticultural Society for their outstanding merits
An enchanting scenery that can be easily replicated at home!
A fragrant splash of color in the mid spring garden!
Extremely easy to re-create in no time. You have to try it!
Isn't it a dazzling way to enliven your garden?
Over delicate clouds of pink Bleeding Heart (Dicentra spectabilis) and elegantly dancing like ballerinas, are 3 romantic tulip cultivars interplanted with a beautiful daffodil variety, creating a fascinating display in the late spring garden
A soft and tender combination!
Adds delightful splashes of color and fragrance to the landscape!