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Spring Parade Bulb Collection

SKU: AM018462
$51.98
per Collection of 49
Shipping:
No longer available this season.
Overview
Plant our Spring Parade Bulb Collection to enjoy pops of color from the last days of winter all the way to the first days of summer. Saturated jewel-tone flowers will make your garden sparkle with color after winter ends. Plant this mix together for a succession of flowers, or tuck them into your established garden for bright, colorful accents among perennials. Collection of 49 bulbs.
key features
Advantages
Deer Resistant, Easy To Grow, Long Bloom Time, Cut Flowers, Container Planting
Growing Zones
Zone 3, Zone 4, Zone 5, Zone 6, Zone 7, Zone 8
Light Requirements
Full Sun, Half Sun / Half Shade
Soil Moisture
Average
Mature Height
Plants in this collection range from 3-32" tall
Bulb Spacing
Crocus - 16 bulbs per sq ft
Tulips - 9 bulbs per sq ft
Hyacinth - 6 bulbs per sq ft
Allium - 9 bulbs per sq ft
Bloom Time
Late winter to early summer

Description

Our Spring Parade Bulb Collection will kick off your garden season with color, with continual blooms until summer. Our bulb collections are a great option for enhancing your existing garden, or giving you a head start when planting a new garden. Repeat the collection to fill larger spaces. Hardy in zones 3-8. In warmer zones, winters do not provide enough cold days for bulbs to chill before blooming.

Our Spring Parade Bulb Collection includes 49 bulbs plants, covering roughly 4-5 sq. ft. when planted together:

‘Orange Monarch’ Snow Crocus – Bag of 25 bulbs, Late Winter-Early Spring Blooms
‘Purple Crystal®’ Fringed Tulip – Bag of 8 bulbs, Early Spring Blooms
'Blue Jacket' Hyacinth – Bag of 6 bulbs, Mid Spring Blooms
‘Purple Sensation’ Allium – Bag of 10 bulbs, Late Spring and Early Summer Blooms

*Not all plants will be in bloom at the same time, as depicted in the collage. Plants are subject to change due to availability, and if we make substitutions, we feature plants with similar attributes suitable to the collection design.