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Spring is in the air, and as the days lengthen and the weather warms, familiar spring flowers make their appearance.
Showdrops are among the earliest bulbs to bloom. They are reliably hardy and perennial.
Dutch crocus is one of the hardiest, if not the hardiest, crocus species readily available to home gardeners.
Spectacular Spring Bloomers
Early-blooming perennials are the light at the end of the long winter tunnel.
It’s Primrose Time
Primroses bring color to the early spring woodland garden.
A midseason rosy tulip with yellow-edged leaves, 'Charmeur' brings assertive color to garden beds or spring containers.
For a spectacular mid-spring display, plant these large-cupped daffodils in groups.
Narcissus 'Jack Snipe'
Unlike most daffodils, 'Jack Snipe' can tolerate some shade.
Naturalizing Spring-Blooming Bulbs
Success in naturalizing depends on choosing bulbs that will grow prolifically with no additional human care after planting.
Planting Spring Bulbs in Containers
Plant your containers in the fall for a bright display in spring.
Bodacious Black Plants
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