Top Performing Tulips? Plant These Timeless Favorites

Top Performing Tulips? Plant These Timeless Favorites

There are thousands of different tulips to choose from, so how do you know which ones will give you the best results? Though each year brings a flurry of newRead More

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

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

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 freeRead More

6 Reasons Your Flower Garden Needs Alliums

6 Reasons Your Flower Garden Needs Alliums

Tulip season may be drawing to a close, but I can always count on alliums to grab the baton and lead my garden right into summer. Here are a fewRead More

How We Select the Best Spring-Flowering Bulbs for Your Garden

How We Select the Best Spring-Flowering Bulbs for Your Garden

If you haven’t experienced springtime in Holland, put it on your bucket list. Holland produces more than 4 billion flower bulbs every year — 80% of the global supply —Read More

Beauty of the Bud

Beauty of the Bud

ABOVE: Early in the bloom time of Tulip Van Eijk, the buds have a sleek silhouette and stand tall ready to burst with beautiful potential. Spring is a wonderful timeRead More

Spring Bulbs in Zones 8-10? Yes!

Spring Bulbs in Zones 8-10? Yes!

Nothing says spring like a colorful bed of tulips or daffodils. That’s true even in warm climates, where winters are mild and there’s rarely a frost. But spring-blooming bulbs areRead More

What to Plant Now: Darwin Hybrid Tulips

What to Plant Now: Darwin Hybrid Tulips

If only have room for one type of tulip in your garden, it should be a Darwin Hybrid. Worldwide, they are the most popular of all tulips and it’s easy toRead More

Flamboyant Parrot Tulips

Flamboyant Parrot Tulips

There’s nothing shy about parrot tulips. These extroverted spring flowers beg to be admired up close. Their fanciful petals are an over-the-top collection of fringe, ruffles, puckers and dimples, which gives the flowersRead More

Plan Ahead for the First Flowers of Spring

Plan Ahead for the First Flowers of Spring

Where I live, in zone 4, the ground is frozen solid for at least 4 months of the year. So by late March or early April, I’m outdoors daily, lookingRead More

Breeding a Better Tulip

Breeding a Better Tulip

Gardeners have been planting tulips since the 1500s. Those early tulips were essentially wildflowers, imported from Turkey. Though beautiful, their blossoms were no bigger than your thumb. Thanks to plantRead More