Spring Bulbs for Naturalizing

The best way to get a big display of spring color without a lot of work, is to plant bulbs that will come back on their own year after year. Spring-blooming bulbs such as daffodilscrocus, scilla, chionodoxa, snowdrops and alliums can fend for themselves with little or no attention and they also multiply — just a few hundred bulbs can eventually become thousands. 


Naturalized spring bulbs give your garden and landscape a look of carefree abundance. Drifts of daffodils beside a stream bank, sweeps of crocus beneath shade trees and clusters of snowdrops along a stone wall have a timeless beauty. For planting suggestions and tips for aftercare, be sure to check out our new article: How to Naturalize Spring-Blooming Bulbs.