- Bountiful early color
- Attracts and nurtures early pollinators
- Launches your spring garden in style
- Perennial—a great show every year
- Plenty of variety in form and color
Start off your gardening year by welcoming early-browsing pollinators with carpets of early bulbs. The insects will appreciate the nectar and pollen, and you'll adore the cheerful range of bright colors. Includes: white snowdrops, blue Siberian squill, white grape hyacinth, purple-pink Fritillaria meleagris, and yellow Tulipa sylvestris. All are under 12" tall, so you can use the mix as a groundcover in an open area if you wish; otherwise, intersperse them throughout an established bed.
May be grown in full sun or partial shade. Heights range from 6-24 inches, widths from 6-18 inches. Zones 3-8.