Daffodils are just one of many spring flowering bulbs to brighten your borders.
There’s nothing like a patch of gently nodding golden daffodils to raise your spirits. But daffodils aren’t the only spring bulbs to herald an end to dark winter days and bring colour to the garden. For inspiration, we’ve rounded up ten of our favourite bulbs to catapult your garden into life and celebrate the change of season.
Daffodails are in five colors Yellow ,White ,Pink ,Orange ,Tricolor.
Create a compact display in containers or informal groupings in lawns and borders.
Jewel-like Crocus flowers look sensational planted in large naturalised swathes throughout lawns and rockeries. Try Crocus ‘Ruby Gaint, a weather-resistant variety of purple flowers that bloom as early as February and provide a valuable source of nectar for pollinating insects in wildlife-friendly gardens.
Crocus are in 4 colors Dutch Crocus, Dutch Crocus, Early Crocus, Early Crocus
The ‘Everlasting Mix’ comes back year after year.
With so many shapes and colors available, it’s hard to choose just one type of tulip bulb to grow. If you really can’t decide, treat yourself to the brightly-colored ‘Everlasting Mix’ that has been bred for long-lasting weather resistance.
For a unique and tropical display, the ruffled double flowers of Tulip ‘Caribbean Parrot’ make a real statement when planted alot. Or keep early spring weeds at bay with a dense carpet of Tulip ‘Ground cover’ Mix.
Delicately scented, hardy English bluebells attract pollinating insects.
Carpets of classic woodland Bluebells create a magical sight in spring as the weather warms and days begin to lengthen. English Bluebells thrive in damp, shady areas but are surprisingly resilient, even in drought conditions. Always choose English Bluebells as the Spanish variety can become invasive and hybrid with our native flowers.