Some of the most recognizable flowers are spring bulbs that are planted in the fall. Colorful tulips, easy to naturalize daffodils and crocus, fragrant hyacinths and globe shaped alliums are just a few of the many fall bulbs that bloom in spring’s glory. The common trait between most fall planted bulbs is they need an extended dormant period in the cool, winter weather. Learn more about fall planted bulbs and how to create an easy, beautiful garden and enjoy the success of a blooming spring!
We have conveniently split the information on Fall Bulbs into three categories (1) Planning and Selecting (2) Planting and Aftercare and (3) Quality. These three categories are designed to help you select the right bulbs, choose the best locations in your landscape and ensure that you maintain a strong garden throughout your growing season.
Fall planted bulbs result in fantastic spring showcase.