The Craft of Interplanting with Jacqueline van der Kloet, Slide Show
Photos of Jacqueline van der Kloet's gardens around the world, showing her artful mix of fall bulbs in bloom in public gardens in New York and Holland and at her home.
To read more about Dutch garden designer Jacqueline van der Kloet's method of planting, read our article "The Craft of Interplanting" and to learn about her nine favorite tulip varities, see "Jacqueline van der Kloet's Favorite Tulips."
Jacqueline van der Kloet “sprinkling” bulbs at the New York Botanical Garden.
Before planting bulbs, consider whether the trees will leaf out, which will affect how much sun reaches the ground below them.
At van der Kloet’s home, in Weesp, a spring palette of white, yellow, and green.
At the De Boschhoeve nursery in Wolfheze, Holland, van der Kloet mixed daffodils with perennials, punctuating topiary, and shrubs.
A close-up of the beds at Keukenhof in bloom, in May.
Another look at a part of the ten-acre beds at Keukenhof.
You can see the difference between van der Kloet's beds in the foreground of the photo and the traditional rows of tulips planted by color in the back of the photo.
In this photo from last year's bloom in May, you can see the surprise element of bleeding heart flowers mixed in with the tulips and daffodils.