Early Spring Bloomers! • Here's our top picks for early spring bloomers, and tips on how to grow them!

Early Spring Bloomers!

Cold tolerant early spring flowers to plant now and enjoy all spring long. These colorful plants can survive a light frost and keep looking great.

Early Spring Flowers That Can Take The Chill

Cold tolerant early spring flowers to plant now and enjoy all spring long. These colorful plants can survive a light frost and keep looking great.

Flower bulb planting tips - Spring Flowering Bulbs ~ The Time Is Now ~ Plant, Plant, Plant!

Flower bulb planting tips - Spring Flowering Bulbs ~ The Time Is Now ~ Plant, Plant, Plant!

8 Tips for planting early spring flower pots, to help pull your yard out of the winter blues and into the happy colors of spring!

8 Tips-Planting Early Spring Flower Pots

8 Tips for planting early spring flower pots, to help pull your yard out of the winter blues and into the happy colors of spring!

‘Ivory Prince’  Helleborus hybrid    ‘Ivory Prince’ has dark red-pink buds that bloom creamy white and age to a mix of burgundy and light green.        Blooms Opens creamy white from late winter to early spring        Size 12 to 15 in. tall and wide        Cold-hardy USDA zones 4 to 9        Heat-tolerant AHS zones 9 to 1        Source Plant Delights Nursery, Inc.

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‘Ivory Prince’ Helleborus hybrid ‘Ivory Prince’ has dark red-pink buds that bloom creamy white and age to a mix of burgundy and light green. Blooms Opens creamy white from late winter to early spring Size 12 to 15 in. tall and wide Cold-hardy USDA zones 4 to 9 Heat-tolerant AHS zones 9 to 1 Source Plant Delights Nursery, Inc.

Festuca Boulder Blue - Discovered in Colorado, Boulder Blue has a much brighter steel-blue foliage color than the more commonly available Elijah Blue. This hardy, perennial grass forms tufts of metallic-blue fine foliage from early spring through late fall & even into winter.  Festuca Boulder Blue takes intense heat & drought without losing its blue color and makes the perfect addition to patio/deck container gardens.  Special Features: Cold Hardy, Disease Resistant, Easy Care, Fast Growing

Festuca Boulder Blue - Discovered in Colorado, Boulder Blue has a much brighter steel-blue foliage color than the more commonly available Elijah Blue. This hardy, perennial grass forms tufts of metallic-blue fine foliage from early spring through late fall & even into winter. Festuca Boulder Blue takes intense heat & drought without losing its blue color and makes the perfect addition to patio/deck container gardens. Special Features: Cold Hardy, Disease Resistant, Easy Care, Fast Growing

Fill containers with layers of yellow daffodils, fragrant purple hyacinth and perky crocus and let  rest all winter long before sunny days wake up the bulbs in early spring. Read more at The Home Depot's Garden Club.

Layer Bulbs in Pots Now for a Spring Full of Blooms

Fill containers with layers of yellow daffodils, fragrant purple hyacinth and perky crocus and let rest all winter long before sunny days wake up the bulbs in early spring. Read more at The Home Depot's Garden Club.

Papaver nudicaule  One of the most exquisite cut flowers we’ve ever grown, this blend of apricot, watermelon pink and pure white will leave you breathless. A citrusy scent and abundant flowering habit stretching from early spring through midsummer make them a highly prized cutting garden addition. Technically considered a hardy perennial, poppies can survive even the coldest winters, but because they don’t do well in high heat, they are often grown as an annual or biennial.  Plant type…

Papaver nudicaule One of the most exquisite cut flowers we’ve ever grown, this blend of apricot, watermelon pink and pure white will leave you breathless. A citrusy scent and abundant flowering habit stretching from early spring through midsummer make them a highly prized cutting garden addition. Technically considered a hardy perennial, poppies can survive even the coldest winters, but because they don’t do well in high heat, they are often grown as an annual or biennial. Plant type…

Just planted these in our back yard along the fence. I love them! Sweet broom - blooms late winter to early spring, up to 6 feet tall, full sun to light shade, perennial

Just planted these in our back yard along the fence. I love them! Sweet broom - blooms late winter to early spring, up to 6 feet tall, full sun to light shade, perennial

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