Bulbs in the gardening world are named for their planting time, not their flower time. That means that fall bulbs are the ones that get planted in the fall and flower in the spring.
There are literally hundreds of different kinds of bulbs. The most common ones are tulips, daffodils and crocuses. Alliums, muscari, frittilaria, hyacinths, and others are getting more popular than they have been in the past. Bulbs return year after year and perennialize and naturalize well, which make these bulbs an excellent value.
Because flower bulbs bloom at different times during the spring, they can be planted among other perennials to add splashes of colour in the garden. The first rule of planting any bulb: Pointy Side Up. Plant in clumps for a stunning display.
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