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To determine if a plant is sufficiently cold-hardy, the USDA created numbered zones indicating winter low temperatures; the lower the zone number the colder the winter.
Here you'll find clear, easy-to-understand info about planting bulbs. You can check out what bulbs thrive in your region and learn about specific types of bulbs. If you're looking for information about spring-planted bulbs that bloom in summer, visit About Planting Bulbs in Spring. If you have further questions, we will be happy to help you by phone. Simply call Customer Service at (877) 309-7333
The basic information on bulb planting, and some landscaping suggestions. With bulbs, you can landscape your yard like a pro.
Q and A that covers most people's needs when planting spring-flowering bulbs in the fall.
Yikes! There's a deer in the garden. Here's some information on how to discourage deer from eating your wildflowers, bulbs and perennials.
Visit our U.S. map showing all regions. Just click on your area, and you'll go to detailed fall planting information.
Here's how to expand your bloom season by up to two months using easy-to-grow, perennial bulbs. They're always available, and require absolutely no care. Be sure your wildflower garden includes the "other wildflowers"--wild tulips, wild daffodils, and wild lilies.
A quick guide to growing all the Irises: The big Bearded Irises you plant in late summer, the bulb Iris you plant in fall, and Siberian, Japanese and Louisianas you plant in spring. They're all great, all easy to grow.
We hear the question all the time: "What's the best time to plant wildflower seeds in fall, in my area?" This article answers the question and more. It also relates wildflower planting to fall bulb planting time--sometimes doing both at once can save a lot of work.
An article by our founder explaining how hundreds of years of Dutch hybridizing have created a worldwide industry from some of the most beautiful and legendary wildflowers in the world. Read all about "Tulipomania." And learn all about Narcissus and his complex
Complete instructions on planting and harvesting fall flowering crocus and colchicums.
Complete instructions for growing amaryllis, indoors in most of the country, or outdoors in warm zones.
Complete instructions for growing Paperwhite Narcissus, the favorite fragrant daffodil for indoor bloom during the winter.
What can I plant to get continuous blooms? It's quite simple - This fall, pick from some of our most popular fall-planted flowers and you'll have months of blooms.
The simple answer is daffodils! Plant them once and reap the rewards for decades. They brighten the garden in spring, multiply year after year, and are resistant to animal pests like deer and squirrels.
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