Flower BulbsBrighten your garden with fantastic flowering bulbs
Learn how to properly buy, plant, grow, store, and care for flower bulbs.
POPULAR FLOWER BULBS
Try these spring-flowering (fall-planted) bulbs for reliable early season color.
Add beauty and color to your summer garden landscape with these warm-weather favorites.
Keep Bambi at bay with these deer-resistant bulbs.
Discover the do's and don'ts of planting tulip bulbs and get design ideas for adding them to your garden.
Learn how to plant, grow, and care for spring-blooming daffodil flowers.
Learn how to care for calla lilies, get growing advice, and discover tips for including them in your garden.
Grow lilies in your garden for high drama and romance all summer long.
Bring vibrant color and delightful fragrance into your spring garden with hyacinth flowers.
Brighten up the holiday season-and beyond-with this magnificent winter-blooming bulb.
A must-have addition to the spring cutting garden, ranunculus rivals the rose as the ultimate cut flower.
Plant gorgeous gladiolus in early spring for spectacular cut flowers all summer long.
Irises are easy-to-grow perennial plants with elegant, colorful flowers.
Stylish, long-lived and easy to grow, alliums are unbeatable bulbs for the perennial border.
Heat up your summer garden with these lush tropical blooms.
The best types of agapanthus to grow, plus when to divide them and how to keep them looking great in containers.
Bright, colorful, and delightfully fragrant, these exotic bloomers are surprisingly easy to grow.
Learn how to plant, grow, and care for this early blooming spring flower.
Learn how to plant early blooming snowdrop bulbs and care for them as they grow.
A cousin of Gladiolus, this hardy summer-blooming bulb brings tropical flair to northern gardens.
Break out of the winter doldrums with these easy-to-grow flowering bulbs—force indoors or plant in the garden.
Grow these charming cool-weather flowering plants indoors or outside.
Diminutive muscari flowers pack a big punch in the spring garden.
Beloved harbingers of spring, trilliums are an easy-to-grow American wildflower.
Get tips for planting, caring for, and using these unique and showy spring-flowering bulbs.
BULBS FOR FOLIAGE
Learn how to grow and care for elephant ears, plus discover 7 great varieties.
With an infinite array of variegated leaf patterns, these tropical beauties bring drama to summer garden beds and containers.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Once my bulbs have finished, I am left with a boring garden all summer. Could I dig up the bulbs, plant flowers, and then replant the bulbs in the fall?
There is absolutely no need to work so hard. Your bulbs seem to be happy where they are, and I can’t think of a single good reason to dig and store them for fall replanting. In fact, the bulbs would suffer for it... (continue reading)
Last spring I rescued 75 pots of spent spring bulbs and planted them in my garden. I'm wondering how best to handle the bulbs I haul back this year?
Most of us have wondered what to do with forced bulbs past their prime. As their foliage begins to lengthen and yellow, the thought of keeping them in the house becomes less and less appealing... (continue reading)
My bulbs are spectacular while in bloom, but I hate the sight of their drying leaves. What can I do?
You're not alone. Gardeners get so fed up with the ugly remnants of bulb foliage that htey do the craziest things... (continue reading)
Last winter, squirrels ate up the 300 crocus bulbs I'd just planted. Are there bulbs I can plant this fall that squirrels don't like?
There is one kind of crocus, the pale-lavender “tommies” (Crocus tommasinianus), that might work better for you. Squirrels often leave them alone. But if you can acquire a love of daffodils, your free buffet for squirrels is history... (continue reading)