Let's review Divisions 1 through 8 of the daffodil classification system.
It’s possible to have colorful shade gardens that have a continual sequence of bloom.
Fall is the time to be thinking about next spring and especially which new spring-blooming bulbs to plant.
For flower lovers, the ability to step out into the garden and pick a fistful of blooms for a vase, is one of spring’s great pleasures.
Some of us enjoy the serenity of gardens under large shade trees, but trees suck up a lot of moisture...
I think more poetry has been written about spring than any other season.
Sometimes Ismene is called the Peruvian daffodil because of its shape.
Summer bulbs are labor intensive, as they have to be dug and stored each fall; however, they add immeasurably to the diversity of the summer garden.
Do you follow Gertrude Jekyll’s advice about always planting three, or multiples of three?