Why wait until June to start enjoying your flower garden? Spring-blooming bulbs begin flowering in March and continue right through May. The secret to getting three months of spring color is to plant a variety of different types of spring-flowering bulbs.
Start the season with early bloomers like snowdrops and crocus. Early daffodils and scilla flower next, followed by hyacinths and early-blooming tulips. April brings mid-season daffodils, mid-season tulips, and muscari. May-flowering bulbs include fritillaria, late-blooming daffodils, late-blooming tulips, and alliums.
To learn more about how you can get a non-stop display of spring color, check out our Bloom Time Chart for spring and summer bulbs.