Look what your neighbors are doing! We've received great photos and stories from our members for over 25 years. You'll find our "Members' Meadows" archive packed with great ideas and how-to tips. Enjoy!
Member's Meadow - Show-Stopper Amaryllis Member Christine Bednark writes that her American Meadows amaryllis just keeps blooming, amazing all who see it. Christine has done a great job with one of the very special double amaryllis varieties--"Blossom Peacock."
Member's Meadow - Holiday Treat, a champion Amaryllis. A member in NY State ordered an Amaryllis bulb, and expected the usual bloom for the holidays. She was thrilled to find that our new "Full House" variety gave her not one, not two, but three big blooming stalks.
Member's Meadow - How to Naturalize Daffodils Visit Prof. Wes Crawford's woodland garden of daffodils. Remembering a childhood scene, he's created a fantastic spring garden in the woods, showing how easy it is to plant daffodils in a natural setting.
Member's Meadow - I love my tulips! Karen Tabaka used tulips for landscaping at her new home in St. Louis. When spring came, she was thrilled at how beautifully they bloomed. She was creative in her planting, mixing colors and creating accent beds of color.
Member's Meadow - Maine Dahlias
Against the magnificent backdrop of the Maine coast, Evelyn S. has had great success with our dahlias. Take a look at the beautiful dinnerplate blooms in one of America's most beautiful settings.
Dazzling Dahlia Arrangements
Member Susan Turk, out in Vallejo, CA, is a dahlia expert. She grows all kinds of dahlias for cutting, and just look at those magnificent arrangements!
My Favorite Dahlia
Janine Dellinger is a member who loves dahlias. She also grows plenty of other bulbs and perennials, but this dahlia is “her favorite.” She writes that all her bulbs from American Meadows keep her gardens in beautiful bloom.
Member's Meadows - What Great Bulbs
Longtime member, Betty Anne Butler, who gardens in Pensacola, FL, wrote to tell us how she loves our bulbs. She's planted everything from dahlias to daffodils, and this time sent photos of great glads and her latest amaryllis.