Spring Flowering Bulbs - Plant in Autumn
Spring flowering bulbs are planted in the autumn so that they flower in the following spring and early summer. They are often referred to as Autumn planting bulbs.
Taking time to plant bulbs in autumn will result in beautiful colour, signalling the start of the new season, that lasts for months. Plant your bulbs in autumn and they will produce glorious colour from late winter into early summer.
Our collection of Spring flowering bulbs - Autumn planting bulbs - are top quality, providing the excellent value that you can expect from Burleydam Garden Centre.
Choose these from daffodils, tete-a-tete, crocus, snowdrops, alliums, tulips and many more to give months of colour in the garden, or for planting in patio pots and containers.
We also stock specially prepared bulbs such as indoor hyacinths, narcissi and the very popular Amaryllis to plant indoors for plenty of flowers and wonderful fragrance at Christmas.
Of course, you'll find plenty of advice on how to get the best out of your spring bulbs and plenty of handy gardening tips from our friendly staff.
Summer Flowering Bulbs - Plant In Spring
Bulbs make a fine display planted in containers or borders. They are one of the easiest and most rewarding garden plants to grow.
How to plant bulbs
Plant as soon as possible. They may flower poorly following later than recommended planting or after lengthy storage.
If planting in borders, aim to plant in groups of at least six, as the more bulbs that are grouped together, the better the display. Most bulbs are ideal for growing in containers, but this especially suits those with large, showy flowers, such as tulips, lilies, arum lilies and alliums.
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