In the spring, is there anything more lovely then discovering the tips of green peaking through the barren landscape?
Wisconsin winters are too long and too cold! We promise that when next spring rolls around you’ll be so glad that you took a little time this fall to plant bulbs.
Every year we like to remind you that fall is the only time you can plant those wonderful spring-blooming bulbs. Plant now and be the absolute envy of your neighbors next spring! Tulips, daffodils, crocus, hyacinth, allium, and more are waiting for you.
The Narcissus 'Pheasant's Eye' is a classic. It is a highly scented perennial that flowers in April and May. The simple elegance of this flower will add grace and charm to any garden.
When you plant your bulbs is the perfect opportunity to dig in a generous amount of plant food. It’s your only chance you will ever have to put the nutrients the bulbs need for maximum flowering directly under the bulbs in the root zone of your plants. We suggest Espoma Bulb Tone.