Grow blooming bulbs in pots and containers
If you think that autumn’s the time to stop gardening, think again! It’s bulb-planting time. Fall-planted bulbs produce the first blooms of next year’s season. The bulbs spend the winter making roots and come up early in the spring.
Here are our top favorite flower bulbs:
Great for beginner gardeners and small space gardens! This well-known European flower brings bright swathes of color to grassland in early spring. The nodding head of the daffodil is said to represent Narcissus bending down and gazing at his reflection.
Every gardener wants this perennial. Despite its divine origins, it is hardy, reliable, and easy to grow. Irises also attract butterflies and hummingbirds and make lovely cut flowers.
Grape hyacinths (Muscari) look much like little miniature hyacinths. These plants are smaller and only get about 6 to 8 inches high. Exotic bulbs with pleasing scent! Create an amazing balcony and terrace garden with flowering bulbs. Get your pack of Muscari Comosum bulbs at nurserylive.
Lycoris or Golden spider lily-
Lycoris is an incredibly tough plant with extraordinary blooms that have inspired legends. Their appearance in the fall months is a welcome spot of color at a time when many plants are preparing to go dormant.
Ixia flowering bulb-
Create an amazing balcony and terrace garden with Ixia flowering bulbs. Grow these stunning star-shaped flowers to enhance the garden beauty. Get your pack of Ixia yellow emperor bulbs at nurserylive.
It is one of New Zealand’s most well known alpine plants. Although its name implies it is a lily and its large green leaves resemble those of one, it is not a lily at all. Ranunculus flowers have brilliant shades, Blooms are packed with hundreds of petals.
Many gardeners have limited growing space and have to make hard choices about what plants they love best. Here’s a vote to include rain lilies. Rain lilies produce colorful starry flowers late in the summer and into early fall, especially welcome then as many other plants are looking a bit tired.
A wide range of colors and an alluring floral fragrance make freesia hard to resist. With up to eight trumpet-shaped, upward-pointing blossoms on leafless stems, freesias make delightful cut flowers that last a long time in the vase.
These bulbs will electrify your garden with some of the most spectacular colors.