It’s possible to have colorful shade gardens that have a continual sequence of bloom.
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.
Unless the foliage of other perennials grows up to mask the bulb foliage as it decays, the garden looks a mess.
Ninety percent of the bulbs in home flower gardens belong to just 6 genera: Narcissus, Tulipa, Hyacinthus, Iris, Lilium and Gladiola.
Paper White Narcissus bulbs are easy to grow indoors and provide clusters of highly perfumed white flowers.
William Wordsworth immortalized the daffodil through his poetry. This time of year, Wordsworth's daffodils are blooming.
March 1st is Saint David's Day, a Welsh holiday. What better way to commemorate the holiday than with a discussion of Wales' national flower, the daffodil?
After the holidays, gardeners often seek tender bulbs that bloom indoors such as the Paper White Narcissus. They will light up our homes and hearts in winter.
"Bread is but food for the body, whereas narcissus is food for the soul."