Flower bulbs you can plant this spring
If you are looking for ways in which you can spruce up your garden this summer, now is the time to plant those flower bulbs. While some bulbs need to be planted ahead of winter, others can be planted once the winter is over and you will enjoy their beautiful blooms in the summer. Here are some of your top options.
You can plant these flower bulbs very early if you start them off indoors. Begonias do very well in shaded areas during the summer. When it gets cold, you should bring the plant inside. Once temperatures rise again, you can safely move the plant back outdoors and let it enjoy that fresh air.
Calla lilies are grown from rhizomes which can be started in a planter indoors. When the weather warms up, you can move these flower bulbs outside where they can make the most of the fresh air. While callas are most often thought of as white blooms, there are a wider variety of colours than you think. Once they produce blooms, you can create some of the most gorgeous bouquets to display in your home.
These flower bulbs produce some of the sweetest-smelling blooms. They are also available in some of the most vibrant colours. They have an exotic look to them and you can make great use of them in various flower bouquets. They will add colour, scent and height to your arrangements.
These are truly grand blooms that live up to their name over and over. No matter the colour you choose, you can be sure that they will have a grand impact in your garden as well as any flower bouquets you wish to create in the future. These flower bulbs can be planted as annuals in the spring season. They can be lifted and stored during the winter so that you can replant them the next spring season.
These are just a few of the best flower bulbs to plant this spring. Not only are they easy to grow, but they also produce some of the best blooms. Remember that you should always plant more bulbs than you expect to grow. In addition, take the time to inspect your bulbs. Make sure that they are in good condition. If they have dried out or if you notice mildew, they should be discarded.