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It's so easy to add spectacular color with these flowers. They are mostly perennial, mostly inexpensive, and all true jewels of spring — a glittering rainbow of bulbs beyond tulips and daffodils. Here are the Grape Hyacinths, Anemones, Woodland Bluebells, and spectacular mixtures including Wildflower Bulbs. These are the flowers that will set your spring garden apart.
Yellow Spider Lilies are unique with sturdy slender stems and spider shaped like blossoms. The yellow blossom looks exotic and tropical. It’s bright, fragrant and deer resistant. Plant in a container or in the garden. Yellow spider lilies are best suited for warmer climates and bloom in late summer. (Lycoris aurea) More Details
Bugle lily produces tall flower spikes with bright orange star like blossoms. They make a great cut flower and are easy to grow. Watsonia is best suited for warmer climates zones 8-10 and blooms in spring. In colder zones Watsonia is considered an annual and should be planted in the spring and lifted in the fall. (Watsonia) More Details
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