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Are You Ready to Enjoy an AMAZING Bulb Garden Next Spring?

Posted by Marlene Thompson on Aug 8, 2015

Fall is for planting and our new Around the House Inspiration Book is filled with creative planting ideas for every location around your home! It’s available now as a free download — and here’s a peek at what you’ll find inside: 


  • Container gardening is very popular and perfect for small spaces and urban gardens. See how to use your fall bulbs in window boxes and containers.
  • Fall-planted, spring-blooming bulbs make great cut flowers. Get tips on how to make your arrangements last longer.


  • Spring flowers give your home great curb appeal. You probably have a garden bed that would be perfect for tulips, muscari and daffodils
  • Give your deck and patio a burst of color in the spring when most flowering plants are still dormant. See how to decorate your outdoor space with bulbs.
  • See planting diagrams on how to grow a birdbath garden using bulbs that attract pollinators.


Whether you are looking to add a burst of spring color to a small space or want to naturalize with deer-resistant flowers in larger areas, our inspiration book has everything you need to spark your creativity. Click the link below to download our Around The House Inspiration Book.
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Topics: Alliums Daffodils Fall Planted Bulbs Inspiration Muscari Spring Blooming Flowers Tulips

Kathleen LaLiberte has been writing about gardening for more than 30 years from her home in northern Vermont, where she tends a half acre of flowers, vegetables and fruit. She has been working with Longfield Gardens since 2011.

2 Replies to “Are You Ready to Enjoy an AMAZING Bulb Garden Next Spring?”

  1. I have a West facing bed that I would like to fill with flowers. Do you have a suggestions of what flowers, or bushes, would do well in this location?

    1. Hi Darlene, All types of spring-blooming bulbs should do well in that location, as long as the soil is well drained. As far as other plants, I recommend visiting a local nursery and getting recommendations that will be well suited to your hardiness zone and climate.

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