add excitement to your garden without going broke
Garden Bulbs are truly amazing aren't they? They're kind of boring and ugly looking when you first see them.
But plant them in your garden and miraculously they explode into brilliant colors.
New varieties and hybrids are being developed every year.
There is no reason you can't have a splash of color in your garden from early spring all the way to first frost. Bulbs help you to do that.
Once the snow starts flying, you can use bulbs to provide color inside your house.
Information On Bulbs
Here are a few sections to read before you begin your journey into the wonderous world of bulbs:
What is a Bulb? are tulips, lilies and gladiolus really bulbs? Find out which one isn't by reading this information.
Buying Bulbs they may be inexpensive but you don't want to waste money buying bad bulbs. Read these tips before you head out to purchase your bulbs.
Planting Bulbs gives you tips and tricks on how and where to plant your bulbs.
Feeding Your Garden Bulbs discusses when and how to feed your flower bulbs.
Bulb Care you planted your bulbs, now you need to take care of them. Should you cut off the leaves or braid them?
Flower Bulbs Through the Seasons
There are bulbs for each season starting with the brave little Snowdrops that peek out even when snow is still on the ground, to the Lilies of summer and the autumn Crocus.
Deer Resistant Bulbs
If you live in an area where deer love to venture into your gardens you may want to look at our
deer resistant garden bulbs
page. You find a list of bulbs that deer are less likely to eat.
If you have tender bulbs that won't overwinter, you want to read our
page for tips of lifting and storing your bulbs.
Michigan Bulbs is one of my favorite places to shop for flower bulbs.
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