Plant a variety of different flowers this year and attract pollinators and beneficial insects which will improve the health of your garden!
Fall-Planted flower bulbs will come up and bloom in early spring to late spring. Daffodils, tulips, crocus and hyacinth are some commonly planted bulbs to give wonderful spring blooms.
Spring-Planted flower bulbs require warmer soil and should be planted in late spring when the soil is warmer. Dahlias, lilies, gladiolus and cannas are some bulbs that are planted in the late spring to give blooms summer through fall. If you live in areas with very cold winters, many of these will have to be lifted before frost and stored over the winter to plant the following spring.
Check out our Flower Bulb Growing Guide for more information.