Ever wanted to have a great early spring flower bulb display? Well, here are some tips, tricks and ideas to get the ball rolling.
- Spring flowering bulbs must be planted in the Fall for a Spring bloom
- Spring flowering bulbs make their roots in the fall, wait out the Winter, and emerge in the Spring to bloom
- It is important to let the leaves die back naturally after bloom. During their brief blooming period they must store up enough energy for their long dormancy. If you cut the leaves early, the bulb will not be able to store up enough energy to bloom again the following Spring.
- In Idaho Falls prime time for planting bulbs is Late September - October, or as the ground temperatures approach 55 degrees.
Interested in the display without all the work?
Feel free to contact us about installing and designing your flower bulb display at your home or office. We have many different options and color combinations to create an early spring splash!