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All your favorite flowering bulbs in one place!

Flower bulbs are among the easiest and brightest plants in any garden. Once planted, spring flowering bulbs perennialize well, providing the landscape with a welcome shot of color year after year. Summer flowering bulbs, like dahlias, anemones and begonias add color, excitement and long-lasting blooms to summer gardens.
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From dahlias to daffodils, shop spectacular flower bulbs that will bring dramatic form and color to the garden. Our hardy spring flowering bulbs, including irises and tulips, provide an easy way to enjoy flowers for years to come with very little effort. When you plant our summer flowering bulbs, you'll get enjoy a bold floral display that lasts through the entire summer season. Buying these stunning flower bulbs online is easier than ever at Spring Hill Nurseries.

Even for the novice gardener, flower bulbs are easy to plant and easy to grow! They produce some of the most beautiful and iconic flowers in North America. Most of our spring flowering bulbs, including cheerful yellow daffodils, purple crocuses and elegant red tulips, are planted in the fall and are hardy enough to withstand cold winters. Summer flowering bulbs, on the other hand, include Lilium and Gladiolus, which need to be stored indoors over the winter months. Find more information about flower bulbs on our site.

Plant flower bulbs in groups, such as small clusters or a large bed of glorious blooms. When choosing flowering bulbs, consider the plant's height and color, so you can place low-growing garden beauties in front of taller flowers of complementing color. With summer flowering bulbs and spring flowering bulbs, it's also important to know when the flowers will bloom and for how long. Stagger your blooms so that you'll always have flowers in the garden! Buying flower bulbs online is an easy way to start experimenting with bulbs - just choose a few beautiful and colorful varieties and get digging.