Quick! What springs to mind when someone talks about planting bulbs?
If you immediately thought “fall gardening project,” Rohsler’s has fantastic news for you. Dozens of bulbs are meant to be planted in the spring so they can produce their blooms this summer and autumn.
Bulbs are easy to grow. Some want to be planted directly in the garden, while others happily work their magic within the confines of a container.
There are dozens and dozens of spring-planted bulbs to try, including Gladiolus, Elephant Ears, Caladium, Dahlias, Begonias, Peruvian Daffodils, Anemone, Crocosmia, Ranunculus, and freesia.
The staggering number of lily varieties will make it tough to choose just one! This spring, consider Callas, Cannas, Stargazers, Nerine, or Pineapple Lilies.
Spring-planted bulbs pay amazing dividends in just a few months.
- Captivating Canna Lilies grow several feet tall and then unfurl huge, bright flowers.
- Dazzling Dahlias pay off in a rainbow of hues, and grow strong and healthy in pots or gardens.
- Beautiful Begonias can yield tiny rose-like flowers or large stunning blooms in amped-up colors.
Ask Rohsler’s about the most fragrant bulb varieties, which are best for your cutting garden, and the flowers pollinators like butterflies and hummingbirds can’t resist.
When the growing season ends, certain bulbs, including Dahlias, Cannas, Caladiums, and Elephant Ears can be stored inside for the winter and replanted the following year. For details on storing these bulbs for the winter stop in at Rohsler's and ask for proper instructions.
Bulbs We Offer
Rohsler's Allendale Nursery
100 Franklin Tpke
Allendale, NJ 07401-2231