Flowerbulbs are easy to plant, easy to care for. Because next spring's bloom is contained inside the bulb, your success is assured. Here we provide general information that applies to all spring-flowering bulbs. For tips on getting the most from a specific kind of bulb, download our Planting & Care Instructions sheet, which we enclose with every order we ship.
Spring-flowering bulbs have a growth cycle that sets them apart from most other plants. They make roots in the fall, bide their time through winter, emerge and bloom in spring, and go completely dormant in early summer.> READ MORE
What is my zone ? Well your zone may have changed along with the climate.
The best way to determine if your locality has a zone change is to consult the revised USDA plant hardiness zone map of minimum temperatures.
If you want your bulbs to bloom again next spring, you MUST allow the foliage to turn yellow and collapse. If you cut the leaves before they yellow, you will prevent the bulbs from storing up the energy required to produce next spring's flowers. The bulbs must be allowed to complete their growth cycle.READ MORE