After a long, dreary winter, there’s nothing better than bright and cheerful spring blooms. So, why not fill your yard with flowers? The best bulbs for meadowscaping are those that will naturalize, or spread over time, such as Daffodils, Crocus, Squill, or naturalizing Wildflower Tulips.
These flower bulbs aren’t just for garden beds, either. You can plant early-spring bloomers, like Crocus, Squill, and early-blooming Daffodils right into your lawn. These flowers will be up and blooming before your lawn needs mowing, so you can enjoy a flower-filled spring. By summer, the spring-blooming bulbs will have passed. Then, if you planted in your lawn, you can mow it if needed.
You can also plant naturalizing bulbs in your wildflower meadow. Spring-blooming bulbs will be in bloom well before your wildflowers. Once the spring bulbs have passed, your summer-blooming wildflowers will take over the show!