Early spring flowers are the surest sign that warmer weather is coming. These bulbs, perennials, and trees provide a splash of color before many other plants have started to leaf out after a long winter.
Once you spot these blooms, you’ll know it’s soon time to get back to work in your garden!
If you’re tired of all those dull grays and browns in your garden, take heart: Spring is on the way! Actually, many annuals, perennials, and shrubs offer their finest shows in early spring.
And although Mother Nature is notoriously fickle, don’t worry too much about how she’s going to kill off any of your early spring flowers. Many early bloomers are tough enough to handle a frost or two-or even a freakishly late spring snowstorm!
While several types of spring-flowering plants, such as grape hyacinths, must be planted in the fall to bloom the following spring, many other types can be planted and enjoyed now.
But before you buy anything, read the plant tag or description so you’ll be sure you have the right conditions.
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