Spring flowering bulbs can provide a good investment for money spent by supplying years of seasonal color in your landscape. They offer a tremendous range of flower colors, shapes, sizes, and plant heights. They can be planted in beds, borders, and meadows. Spring flowering bulbs make great cut flowers. With a variety of bulbs, you can have blooms from late January with snowdrops and winter aconites to late May with ornamental onions.
Rutgers NJAES Cooperative Extension
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planting bulbs; forcing bulbs; yellow foliage
New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station
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