Whether you’re seeking more fragrance or want to plant bulbs the deer won’t eat, we’ve put together some of our best bets for bulbs that serve a purpose in your garden!
Bulbs that ‘naturalize’ are those that, in a nutshell, spread and regenerate naturally throughout an area. Inexpensive, easy, and beautiful are three words to associate with them. These ‘no-fuss’ flowers are especially important if you don’t have a lot of time to fiddle about!
Narcissus ‘Tête à Tête’
Pest Resistant Bulbs
Gardeners are sharing types, but sometimes we want to keep a few things to ourselves! The following bulbs (more the blooms) are less appealing to the critters identified, but if you do find them mysteriously disappearing, it may be a squirrel problem that you’ve got. They tend to move them instead of eat them, so if you do have a problem, you can plant your bulbs, then lay down and anchor chicken wire over top of the soil. The bulbs will grow through the wire in the spring.