Fall is the time to plant spring-blooming bulbs such as tulips, daffodils, crocus and alliums. Before ordering your bulbs, here are a few tips to guarantee great results next spring. Pick a Color Theme Interior designers often work with a color palette – a selection of colors chosen to give a room or a home
Layer fall-planted bulbs with each other to or plant between evergreen shrubs. Enjoy a colorful spring garden before many other perennials and trees start to bloom. Download this free e-book for more ideas and inspiration.
In the fall, gardeners make plans to plant flower bulbs for brighter spring gardens, landscapes and bouquets. With a little understanding and forethought, you can extend your flowering season by choosing the right bulbs that bloom one right after another for up to 60 days!
Many of us homesteaders manage large gardens from spring to fall while the weather is perfect for growing most vegetables. However, as day length declines and the climate cools, the options for what we can grow become more and more limited. So, we tend to scale back our bed space during the fall and winter...
Look here for ideas and inspiring galleries of combined flower and plant varieties. Create a colorful flower garden full of roses, lilies, daffodils, perennials and annuals by using our helpful guidelines for pairing plants.