Camassia quamash, also called Camas Lily, Wild Hyacinth, Indian Lily and its taller sister Camassia leichtlinii ("Caerulea") are too beautiful to stay unknown any longer. Both are mullein-like plants of which Camassia quamash is the smallest one with deep blue starry flowers. Lovely along the edge of a pond or in a flower meadow. Native to North America! These will return year after year and multiple!
Snowdrops (Galanthus spp) are some of the most welcomed blooms in the Spring landscape, as they are often the first to bloom if not one of the first to bloom. These low growing woodland plants are exquisite and the double blooms on this variety make them even more special. The outer petals are white and the inner double petals have green markings, simply stunning!
Glory of the Snow are one of the first bulbs to bloom in spring. They make the most impact when planted in large sweeps under deciduous trees and in front of early-flowering shrubs. Though short stemmed, they live long in cut flower arrangements.Plant in sun or dappled shade, they will flower everywhere. Also known as Chionodoxa luciliae.
These adaptable naturalizing spring blooming bulbs are a great addition to the woodland garden, and look great when planted under trees. They are best grown in well drained, rich soil and once established require minimal care. These snow drop shaped blooms, are fragrant and showy!
This attractive mixture of blue, purple, pink, and white Anemones are sure to catch the attention of many visitors to your garden. The small brightly colored "daisy-like" flowers make a nice border or small grouping in the garden and blooms can last for over a month! Add some cheer to your landscape this year with these little wonders! Try pairing with other shades of purple and blues such as Muscari, Scilla, and Crocus.
Unlike the classic tune, these buttercups will definitely "build you up" but will definitely never "let you down"! This beautiful mix will fill your late spring/early summer garden with brilliant colors. This unique and elegant flowers are also ideal for container gardening, as well as garden borders. Enjoy these long-lasting blooms in the garden for a while and then cut them for gorgeous indoor fresh floral arrangements!
Early blooming bulbs such as glory of the snow are a welcome sight when the snow begins to melt in spring. Pink giant glory of the snow is an excellent ground cover as it naturalizes freely and will form a nice carpet of pink blooms early spring. Plant in well drained soil, in full to part sun.
Does winter drag on too long for you? Do you get anxious to see the signs of spring? These Snowdrops (Galanthus) are just the flower for you! Blooming in extremely early spring, these pure white flowers often appear while there is still snow covering the ground! Also great for naturalizing and perennializing!
White Glory of the Snow makes a nice addition to the early spring garden. Also known as Chionodoxa Lucilae Alba. This bulb will naturalize, and grows well in sun to shade. The flowers live long in cut flower arrangements. Looks great when planted with minature daffodils such as February Gold, crocus and blue Glory of the Snow.
Wood Hyacinths bulbs (also known as Spanish bluebells) are great for naturalizing in hard-to-grow lawn areas. The mixed hues of pink, whites, and blues make this plant a great ground cover or border. Their great resistance to deer and rodents also makes them a great woodland plant!