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Celandine Poppy for sales
Celandine Poppy for sales
Zone 4-8
Celandine Poppy
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +4 reviews
$5.99
Spigelia Marilandica for sales
Spigelia Marilandica for sales
Zone 5-9
Spigelia Marilandica
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +4 reviews
$4.99
Bloodroot for sales
Bloodroot for sales
Zone 3-8
Bloodroot
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$4.99
Toadshade Trillium for sales
Toadshade Trillium for sales
Zone 5-8
Toadshade Trillium
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$4.99
Organic Worm Castings for sales
Organic Worm Castings for sales
Organic Worm Castings
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +3 reviews
$8.99
Dutchman's Britches for sales
Dutchman's Britches for sales
Zone 3-7
Dutchman's Britches
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +1 reviews
$4.99
Foamflower for sales
Foamflower for sales
Zone 3-7
Foamflower
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$4.99
Trillium Grandiflorum for sales
Trillium Grandiflorum for sales
Zone 3-7
Trillium Grandiflorum
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$6.99
Hepatica Nobilis for sales
Hepatica Nobilis for sales
Zone 3-8
Hepatica Nobilis
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$4.99
Dwarf Crested Iris for sales
Dwarf Crested Iris for sales
Zone 3-9
Dwarf Crested Iris
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$4.99
Indian Turnip for sales
Indian Turnip for sales
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Indian Turnip
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$4.99
Mayapple for sales
Mayapple for sales
Zone 3-9
Mayapple
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$5.99
Trillium Recurvatum for sales
Trillium Recurvatum for sales
Zone 4-9
Trillium Recurvatum
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$4.99
Red Trillium for sales
Red Trillium for sales
Zone 3-7
Red Trillium
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$6.99
Shooting Star Flowers for sales
Shooting Star Flowers for sales
Zone 4-8
Shooting Star Flowers
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$4.99
Solomon's Seal for sales
Solomon's Seal for sales
Zone 3-8
Solomon's Seal
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 +2 reviews
$6.99
Yellow Trout Lily for sales
Yellow Trout Lily for sales
Zone 3-8
Yellow Trout Lily
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$4.99
Turk's Cap Lily for sales
Turk's Cap Lily for sales
Zone 3-9
Turk's Cap Lily
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$6.99
Virginia Bluebells for sales
Virginia Bluebells for sales
Zone 3-9
Virginia Bluebells
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$5.99
Wild Geranium for sales
Wild Geranium for sales
Zone 3-9
Wild Geranium
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +2 reviews
$4.99
Yellow Toadshade Trillium for sales
Yellow Toadshade Trillium for sales
Zone 3-7
Yellow Toadshade Trillium
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +4 reviews
$4.99
Jacob's Ladder for sales
Jacob's Ladder for sales
Zone 4-8
Jacob's Ladder
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 +1 reviews
$4.99

Spring Bulbs

When you think of spring bulbs, you may envision a delicate throwback to Easter and early summer days, when fields were freshly planted with Virginia Bluebells and Daffodils. But there's so much more to these perennials than their charming blooms. They're a delight for homeowners and landscapers alike, bringing color and beauty year-round – even in those places where the weather doesn't get so hot or cold. Spring bulbs are also a smart choice for your home's landscaping. They can be planted in fall or early spring, and they'll grow during the winter months while you're waiting for them to bloom. When they finally blossom – usually around Easter – their beautiful colors will bring sunshine to your garden.

1. Spring Bulbs Don't Need Extra Water Or Fertilizer

Bulbs don't need extra water or fertilizer to grow; they can take advantage of the moisture and nutrients around them, so you don't have to stress about watering them regularly. Over-watering may cause bulb rot, so letting the soil dry out between watering sessions is essential. Spring bulbs are incredibly resilient and can handle a little bit of stress better than other plants. But if you notice that one of your bulbs is wilting or drooping, it may be time to water that area more frequently.

2. Bulbs Attract And Feed Pollinators

Spring bulbs also attract pollinators. Bees and butterflies will visit the flowers to collect nectar, while hummingbirds may come by for a sip of sugar water. This is especially important if you're growing bulbs in your yard: when bees pollinate flowers, they carry pollen from one plant to another. This helps them spread their genes and ensures that plants don't waste energy on producing seeds.


3. Spring Bulbs Can Be Grown In Containers, So No Yard Or Shovel Is Needed.

You can still enjoy spring bulbs if you need more space in your yard or garden. They can be grown in containers on patios, balconies, and even indoors. Containers are also a great way to experiment with different varieties of bulbs: try mixing daffodils with other flowers and plants for a colorful display. Spring bulbs can be planted in beds around your home. They're a great way to brighten up your yard and provide a bright display for you and your neighbors.

4. Spring Bulbs Can Be Resist Deer, Voles, And Mice

Spring bulbs are deer resistant. Deer don't like the taste of spring bulbs, so that they won't eat them. This makes bulbs an excellent choice for areas with large populations of deer. If you live in a location with lots of deer or other pests, planting bulbs is a perfect way to add color without worrying about losing your plants to nibbling critters. Spring bulbs are also resistant to voles and mice. Voles are small rodents that eat bulbs, so by planting them in your garden, you can protect them from being eaten. This makes it easier to keep an eye on them and ensure they all grow strong and healthy.

5. Bulbs Will Lessen The Winter Of Your Discontent

Bulbs are a great way to add color and dazzle to your garden without worrying about the cold winter months. When you plant bulbs in the fall, they go dormant during winter, and once spring arrives and temperatures warm up, they'll start sprouting again. Planting bulbs is a great way to ensure your garden stays beautiful year-round if you live in an area with lots of snowfall or freezing temperatures in the winter. Bulbs are also great because they can provide various colors, sizes, and shapes. There are so many bulbs to choose from that you'll never run out of options when it comes time to plant them in your garden.

6. SPRING BULBS ARE EASY TO PLANT.

You don't need special tools or equipment to plant bulbs in your garden. All you need is a shovel and some patience! When planting bulbs, the top of the bulb must be just below ground level so that water can reach it easily. If you have sandy soil, make sure that you dig down about 6 inches before planting each bulb so that they have enough room to grow. If you have too heavy and compact ground, try digging a hole first with a spade before planting your bulbs, and this will allow the water to drain away more quickly once it rains.

SPRING BULBS ARE A FUN, EASY WAY TO ADD COLOR AND VARIETY TO YOUR GARDEN.

They're also one of the most cost-efficient ways to get started growing flowers or vegetables. If you're new to gardening, try starting with more common bulbs like tulips, hyacinths, and daffodils. Once you get used to planting and caring for them, you can experiment with other varieties.

Best Spring bulbs to buy?

1. Yellow Trout Lily

2. Toadshade Trillium

3. Dutchman's Britches

4. Bloodroot