Plants That Produce Pre-Season Blooms

These beauties can help brighten the dull landscape between winter and spring.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionA combination of perennials can keep your garden colorful every month of the year.
Of all the late-winter bloomers you've seen on these pages, the snowdrop (Galanthus nivalis) is the only one that has to be planted in fall. Plant the bulb at the same time you plant spring-flowering bulbs. A combination of perennials will keep your garden in bloom all year.