Gardening Basics

Enjoy Flowers All Spring

Let your garden celebrate all of spring by planting a variety of early-, mid- and late-season bloomers.

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Species spring crocuses begin blooming very early in the season, and the hybrid — typically the large-flowered types of Crocus vernus, follow a week or two later. The corms are planted in fall along with other spring-flowering bulbs; they need a period of cold before blooming.


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