These beauties can help brighten the dull landscape between winter and spring.(11 photos)
As long as your soil isn't frozen, you still have time to plant these gorgeous spring bloomers. Imagine how your yard will look in spring, and bury a few of these bulbs now.
Spring bulbs brighten the garden from the depths of winter to the beginning of summer. The first out is always the snowdrop, often pushing its pale little flowers through a layer of snow. At the end of the season, alliums come into their own, heralding the start of summer with their globelike purple flowerheads, floating above early perennials.
Pictured: Allium 'Purple Sensation', 3 feet tall. ideal growing condition: full sun; moist, well-drained soil
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