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Over 110 choices for fast color, such as poppies, cosmos, sunflowers, zinnia, and many more.
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Lily of the Valley's soft white blooms are followed by red/orange berries in the summer and fall.
With spring in full swing throughout the country, gardeners everywhere are enjoying spectacular color from Daffodils, Crocus and other spring-blooming varieties. These early-blooming plants can often be the most important in the garden; they provide much-needed color after the winter season and kick off the show of blooms to follow.
We like to focus on each season of the garden, making sure there are plenty of varieties in bloom at all times from spring until fall. See something you love blooming this spring? It’s best to jot it down and order it to plant now (if possible); even though you may not get blooms in the first season, next year you’ll be thanking yourself when your spring garden is more colorful than ever.
Hepatica is one of spring's earliest woodland wildflowers.
California Poppies and Arroyo Lupine blooming in California in March.
Crocus flower bulbs signal spring and delight in almost any spot.
Daffodils, Crocus, Tulips and more are often the key color-makers in the spring landscape. These spring-blooming bulbs must be planted in the fall and experience a wintering-over period for the spring. Learn more about the life cycle of Fall-Planted Bulbs in our blog.
Whether you’re gardening in a city or have acres to play with, much of the joy of planning your landscape is putting the pieces together to make sure you enjoy color all season long, starting with show-stopping blooms in the early spring. Happy Gardening!