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Genus

  • Allium
  • Camassia
  • Colchicum
  • Easy-to-Grow Crocus
  • Eremurus
  • Ipheion
  • Iris
  • Lilium (Lily)
  • Lycoris
  • Muscari
  • Narcissus (Daffodil)
  • Scilla
  • Fantastic Tulip
  • Amaryllis
  • Sibirica
  • Narcissus / Tulipa
  • Muscari / Tulipa

Inspired Introductions

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Bloom Season Start

  • Early Fall
  • Early Spring
  • Early Summer
  • Late Spring
  • Late Summer
  • Late Winter
  • Mid Fall
  • Mid Spring
  • Mid Summer
  • Late Fall

GeneralBloomColor

  • Pink/Red
  • Yellow/Orange
  • Blue/Purple
  • White/Silver
  • Mixed/Variegated

Uses

  • Beds
  • Border
  • Plants for Containers
  • Ground Cover
  • Naturalizing
  • Outdoor
  • Quality Cut Flowers
  • Ornamental
  • Fall Color
  • Everlastings

Naturalizing Bulbs

Low-Maintenance flowers--perfect for drifts

Tired of doing meticulous work to keep your garden arranged in neat, orderly rows? Then you should try naturalizing! By planting these bulbs in a natural fashion'arranged in irregular clusters, or "drifts"'you leave room for the flowers to naturally grow and multiply until, eventually, Mother Nature has turned that part of your yard into a dazzling carpet of color! Lightly wooded areas, rock gardens, and lawns are ideal places for naturalizing. Plant these Daffodils, Tulips, or other low-maintenance bulbs in the area you want to naturalize, and they will take it over as much as you let them!