If you're searching for a look that's anything but subtle, plant a huge drift of Yellow Mammoth Crocus bulbs. Everyone knows that crocuses are the harbingers of spring, and these huge, deep yellow flowers shimmer in the sunlight. There's nothing more reminiscent of the summer sun yet to come. In the language of flowers, crocus translates to cheerfulness, which is what these bright yellow darlings bring to the garden.
Hardy and drought tolerant, they multiply and return year after year. Growing just 4-6″ tall, they're great planted beneath shrubs and deciduous trees, along walkways, and even in containers on patios, decks, and porches. Amazingly easy to grow.
Carefree and naturalizing. Attract butterflies, birds, and bees. Deer and rabbit resistant. Grow 4-6″ tall. Bloom in early spring.
Hardy in Zones 4-10
Planting tip: For a more natural look, plant crocuses in clusters rather than in straight lines. To achieve a naturalized look, crocuses can also be planted in the lawn. Toss handfuls of bulbs onto the desired area of the lawn and plant them where they fall. Just don't mow the lawn until the leaves of the crocuses have died down.
Darwin tulips are the classics of the tulip world with the shape everyone associates with these beautiful spring flowers. Our Pink Impression Tulips takes the classic one step further with some of the largest, lustrous pink flowers ever. Look closely at the flower and you'll find a touch of black with a narrow yellow edge where the petals are attached to the stem. The flowers open in a delicate pink that deepens to a darker pink as they mature. These long-lasting flowers resist fading, and with their strong, sturdy stems are perfect in beds, borders, and containers. They make gracious additions to cut flower arrangements and are dramatic stand-alones in clear or white vases. Easy to grow. Carefree and naturalizing. Excellent cut flower.
Grow 20-22″ tall.
Hardy in Zones 3-8
Planting tip: For a more natural look, plant tulips in clusters rather than in straight lines. Remember that tulips do not like excessive moisture and should not be planted where they are watered by irrigation systems.
Bright and colorful in the traditional daffodil shape and size, our Large Cupped Daffodil Mix will satisfy the needs of every gardener. Use them in beds and borders, containers and tubs, and on lawns and hillsides for a naturalizing effect. Every daffodil color imaginable may be found, including white and varying shades of yellow, orange, and pink. Some may even change color as the flowers mature. When left undisturbed, they’ll come back year after year to everyone’s delight. Cut a few and bring them indoors to add a touch of spring to the indoor landscape.
Amazingly easy to grow. Carefree and naturalizing. Excellent cut flower. Deer, rabbit, and drought resistant.
Grow 12-16″ tall.
Hardy in Zones 3-9
Planting tip: For a more natural look, plant daffodils in clusters rather than in straight lines. To achieve a naturalized look, they can also be planted in the lawn. Toss handfuls of bulbs onto the desired area of the lawn and plant them where they fall. Just don’t mow the lawn until the leaves of the daffodils have died down.