More About Spring Bulbs

They put a smile on my face! That’s the main thing I can say about spring bulbs–i.e. the ones that you plant in the fall and they emerge in the spring–even late winter.

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Tulipa tarda–one of the many “botanical” tulips

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Muscari–grape hyacinth. One of the most generous garden plants, will flower in sun or shade, dry or wet soil, and will naturalize easily–maybe too easily.

Galanthus nivalis--Snowdrop

Galanthus nivalis–Snowdrop

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Crocus and bee–what’s not to LOVE here?

This might be my favourite spring bulb--Fritilaria mealagris

This might be my favourite spring bulb–Fritilaria mealagris–aka Snake’s Head Fritillary.

Tete a tete daffoldils and scilla

Tete a tete daffoldils and scilla

 

Stay tuned for more design suggestions using spring bulbs…

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