Customer photo Echinacea, Daisy and Rudbeckia. Happy National Wildflower Week! Although it’s kind of like wildflower week year-round here at American Meadows, we love celebrating and using this week as an excuse to talk about the benefits of wildflowers in any landscape. What Is National Wil… Read More →
"I can't say enough about how wonderful these Dutch Master Trumpet Yellow Daffodils are. They are definitely classic and large in size to show up..." [Read More]
- PA Guy Loves Daffodils, PA
We get a lot of questions about flower bulbs, but most involve when to plant them. Quite simply, "fall" flower bulbs are planted in the fall, grow roots into winter, then sprout and bloom in the spring. These include favorites such as tulips, daffodils, hyacinth and others. "Spring" flower bulbs are also known as tender bulbs (they don't survive cold ground temperatures); they're planted in the spring and flower throughout the summer. They include dahlias, glads, cannas, calla lilies and others. You can view these products by their planting seasons — Fall Planted Bulbs or Spring Planted Bulbs — or simply use the filters on the left to help you choose.
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