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Winter Aconite

Bulbs for All Seasons - Winter Bloom
by Ron Cornwell

Winter aconite is an excellent plant for semi-shaded garden borders and at the edge of woodland areas.

 
Holland.

Bulbs in Holland
by International Flower Bulb Centre

The cultivation of flower bulbs for commercial purposes started in Haarlem and the surrounding area about 400 years ago.

 
Bulbs Provide Springtime Punch...

Bulbs Provide Springtime Punch
by Catherine Doss

Nothing reminds us better after a long winter that spring is on the way than the bloom of a crocus or daffodil. If you’re hoping for a powerful punch of springtime color next year, make it happen with bulbs. Use this article to help get your bulb garden design underway.

 
Bulbs Unbound...

Bulbs Unbound
by Mandy Miller

So all those bulbs you planted last fall are finally popping out of the ground. But what do you do with them once they start to wane. Join Mandy Miller as she reviews maintenance tips for spring-flowering bulbs.

 
The Bulb Lady

Bulbs With a Past
by Debbie Van Bourgondien, The Bulb Lady

Sometimes we take our bulbs for granted, as if they had always been there and always will be, but most of the bulbs that we so love to greet in spring, and many of the summer and autumn ones as well, actually have a past – a history.

 
Lily Souvenir

Bulbs with a Past
by Debbie VanBourgondien

Sometimes we take our bulbs for granted, as if they had always been there and always will be, but most of the bulbs that we so love to greet in spring, and many of the summer and autumn ones as well, actually have a past – a history. Actually gardens themselves are not something that we always had.

 
Pollinating bee

Bumblebees: Where are They in the Winter?
by Laura Jesse

Wondering why you are reading about bumblebees in winter? Well, as you stare out the window at the cold, gray sky, you might need a reminder that, yes, summer will be back and, once again, we will be surrounded by sunshine and flowers. You also might also wondering, just how all of those bumble bees are planning to survive winter in colder climates.

 
Swallowtail butterfly on a zinnia.

Butterfly Garden Plans Can Start Now
by K-State Research & Extension

A butterfly garden is simply one that encourages butterflies to visit in summer by providing the basics those "fluttering flowers" need.

 
Purple Coneflower

Butterfly Gardening
by The United States Botanic Garden

Why create a butterfly garden? With their grace and beauty, butterflies fill our gardens with excitement, joy, and life.

 
Hot New Geranium

Caliente and Calliope Rock Geranium World
by Norman Winter

Many of us who live in Mississippi’s heat have wished for geraniums with blooms as tough as our summers, and we finally have Caliente and Calliope to make life more enjoyable.

 

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