As soon as summer hits, Zinnias start to open up and show off their bright, bold colors. And with them comes a steady stream of butterflies: swallowtails, monarchs, painted ladies, and much more. Zinnias are one of the easiest annual wildflowers to grow from seed and one of our favorite plants for a… Read More →
These unique fall-planted bulbs can take any garden from ordinary to fascinating in just one or two quick digs of your spade. Spring-blooming curiosities like Anemone, Woodland Bluebells, Fritillaria, and Squills will invite your guests to ponder and admire nature’s design skills as they tour your gardens.
Each species we’ve included here has their own special super-plant power, be it sweet fragrance, bold color, eccentric pattern, or just an overall wow-factor! These are the flowers that will set your garden apart.
Mediterranean Bells is a true conversation-starter in the garden! Bell-shaped blooms are cream and purple, hanging elegantly in clusters. The blooms are also fragrant, making this Allium a must-have! (Nectaroscordum siculum) Learn More →
Freesia's upward-facing, bell-shaped blooms are grown for their cheerful color and pleasing scent. This mix features our favorite shades of pink, white, yellow and purple, all selected to bring maximum joy to spring gardens and container plantings. Cut flowers last an impressive length of time in the vase. Colorful, sweet-smelling Freesia is an excellent choice for forcing indoors. (Freesia) Learn More →
This charming little wildflower from Europe has been an early spring favorite for centuries. Plant them in drifts and enjoy them every spring. Children of all ages love hunting for these early blooms through the snow. (Galanthus woronowii) Learn More →
These majestic Crown Imperial plants create elegant focal points in the garden rising 2 to 3 ft. tall with enormous red flowers. An exciting, tropical and exotic-looking choice for northern gardeners! (Fritillaria rubra) Learn More →
Camassia or Camas lily, is a beautiful native spring-flowering bulb. It produces blue star-shaped flowers from a tall, spiky stem. Appreciates moist, fertile, and acidic soil in full sun to part shade. Camassia comes back year after year and is deer resistant. Plant in meadows, open woodlands and in groups for showy results. (Camassia leichtlinii) Learn More →
Wood Hyacinth, or Spanish Bluebells, produce bell-shaped, arcing flowers that flow from upright sword-shaped foliage. These blue beauties are reliable and winter hardy, appearing each year in the late spring. Wood hyacinth will multiply readily when given room. (Hyacinthoides hispanica) Learn More →
St. Brigid produces a rainbow of ornate, double-flowering anemone blooms, delivering a potent dose of happiness to the spring garden. Also known as windflowers, anemones are a great choice for low-maintenance areas and rock gardens. Deer-resistant. Learn More →
This bold, summer-blooming beauty is a true conversation piece in the garden. Coral red spider-like umbel blooms give way to gray-green foliage. Unique, textured blooms are deer resistant and sweetly fragrant. Learn More →
Daisy-shaped flowers in jewel-toned colors bloom atop ferny foliage on this world-famous wildflower native to Greece. Give these anemone room to spread and you'll soon have a beautiful living carpet of 4-6" low-growing flowers. (Anemone blanda) Learn More →
Nodding, checkerboard-patterned blooms in purple and lilac are the most memorable flowers in any spring garden. Their Alice-in-Wonderland charm and short height make them an easy choice for edging walkways and placing in the very front of your garden. Best of all, fritillaria are deer and squirrel-resistant. (Fritillaria meleagris) Learn More →
Winter Buttercups are a sweet addition to the early spring woodland garden. These deer resistant, bright golden-yellow petite flowers are easy to grow and prefer humus rich soil and partial shade. Winter buttercups naturalize and re-seed, so it’s best to find a location that allows room to grow. (Eranthis cilicica) Learn More →
Anemone De Caen provide dazzling color with large, poppy-like flowers that are extremely easy to grow. This mix showcases our favorite varieties of this vibrant, low-growing plant. Site in partial shade with plenty of room to create a dynamically-visual ground cover. (Anemone coronaria) Learn More →
Clusters of fragrant Wood Hyacinth provide pink bell-shaped flowers that appear in late spring. Great additions to rock gardens, beds and borders. Deer Resistant and quick to naturalize. (Hyacinthoides hispanica) Learn More →
Yellow Spider Lilies are unique, with sturdy slender stems and exotic, spider-shaped blossoms. With their bright, tropical feel, Yellow spider lilies are best suited for warmer climates and bloom in late summer. Fragrant, deer resistant, and delightful in containers. (Lycoris aurea) Learn More →
Pink Giant Glory of the Snow is true to its name. An early spring bloomer, it's always a delight to catch a peek at its pretty petite pink flowers appearing through the snow. It’s deer resistant and reaches heights of 8-10” tall. Also known as Chiondoxa forbesii, Pink Giant is perfect for colder zones 2-8. (Chionodoxa forbesii) Learn More →
Starflower's simple yet elegant blooms are an absolute delight in the spring garden. This mixture brings a lovely pairing of purples, whites and yellows for a sweet, colorful display in the front of any bed. Low growing, starflowers can be planted under trees that don't leaf-out until later in the season. Learn More →
Belladonna Lily is also known as Naked Ladies, or Belladonna Amaryllis. This beautiful lily grows green, leafy growth in the spring, then gives way to multiple pink blossoms from a slender stock in the summer months. The pink blossoms have a sweet fragrance. Plant Belladonna Lilies in containers and rock gardens. Belladonna Lilies are best planted in zones 7-10 and are considered an annual in other zones.
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Ixia produce tall flower spikes with star-like flowers in shades of pink, yellow, and white. Perfect for any hot, sunny spot in the garden or in sun-sited containers. Ixia, also known as Wand Flower, is best suited for warmer climates (zones 8-10) and blooms in late spring. In colder zones Wandflower is considered an annual and should be planted in the spring and lifted in the fall.(Ixia) Learn More →
This beautiful little white wildflower is one of spring's best kept secrets. From Zone 5 south, it's a fantastic naturalizer, spreading its grass-like foliage and charming flowers everywhere it finds sun. (Ipheion uniflorum) Learn More →
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