Kick off your spring with a bloom! These beautiful bulbs are hardy enough to endure the winter and even some early spring snows while bringing an immediate pop of color to your yard in early spring. Use them to create a dazzling border along a walkway or for intermittent patches of color throughout your outdoor living space.
Mixed ranunculus bulbs come in shades of yellow, white, red, orange, cream, and pink. They’re suited either for open gardens or containers and grow in tight concentric circles.
Daffodil bulbs are some of the most reliable perennial bulbs you can plant. They’re deer resistant, easy to grow, and come in a range of colors. They are known to spread, however, so expect to see more and more of them in your garden each year.
Fritillaria Flower Bulbs
Flowers like no other! The fritillaria is a uniquely patterned bell-shaped flower. They do best in well-draining soils that get partial sun. Use them to make a statement around a walkway or the border of a larger garden.
Tulips offer lavish blooms in a huge range of color choices. Plant in the fall for early spring flowers. They do well in lots of different settings and will bloom in droves with minimal maintenance.
Generally speaking, planting bulbs is an easy way to add splashes of early spring color without significant upkeep. Bulbs are resilient and will grow in well, making your garden a lively and colorful area.