Hardiness Zone: 3-8
Flowering Time: Late spring
Light Requirements: Full Sun, Partial Shade
Soil Requirement： Well drained
Spring Flowering and Fall Planted Bulbs for Sale
To fill your garden with many of your favorite spring-blooming flowers, you've got to have bulbs to plant in fall. Quite simply, spring flower bulbs are planted in the fall, grow roots into winter, then sprout and bloom in the spring. These include favorites such as tulips, daffodils, hyacinth and others.
• Plant your flower bulbs in the fall or early winter
• Plant in borders or containers in sun or partial shade
• Plant the bulbs three times the size of the bulb deep
• Space the bulbs two times the size of the bulb apart
• Plant the bulbs in well drained soil
• Plant the bulbs with the pointed side facing upwards
• Our flower bulbs from China arrive in the United States by mid-September.
• Once your order ships, you will receive a tracking number by email.
• We will continue to ship until the beginning of January or until supplies last.
Our top quality flower bulbs originate fresh from the growers in China.
We ship all orders either with FedEx, UPS or the US Postal Service, depending on which offers the best combination of delivery service and economy to your address. Large pallet orders will be transported by truck or other agreed upon method. We always aim to keep shipping fees as reasonable as possible without sacrificing service.
You will receive an email when your order has shipped with tracking information so that you can follow your package on its way to you.
Q：How Do You Plant Spring Flowering Bulbs?
A：Spring flowering bulbs need a sunny spot with well-draining soil to thrive. Pick an area with good drainage to prevent the bulbs from rotting. Add organic matter, like compost or well-rotted manure, to the soil to improve its fertility and drainage. Plant the bulbs 2-3 times their width and gently cover with soil, lightly tamping the soil down. Water in the bulbs.
Each spring when flower stems and foliage begin to emerge from the ground, apply fertilizer. Like all flowers, bulbs appreciate regular watering. As a general rule, they should be deeply watered anytime natural rainfall is less than one inch per week during their growing and blooming season. After your spring-blooming bulbs have flowered and faded, leave the foliage intact to encourage the bulbs to produce more flowers next year. You may deadhead the spent flowers for a clean look in your garden.
Q: What Flower Bulbs Should be Planted in the Fall?
A: Tulips and Daffodils are some of the most popular flower bulbs to plant in the fall, and they come in a wide range of colors and shapes. Hyacinths are great fragrant bulbs that produce beautiful, dense clusters of flowers in shades of pink, blue, purple, and white. Other fall bulbs to plant are Crocus , Snowdrops and Alliums .
When planting bulbs in the fall, it's important to do so before the ground freezes to allow the bulbs time to establish their roots before the winter.
Q: How Deep Should Fall Bulbs be Planted?
A: You should plant fall bulbs with the pointed end facing upwards and the flat end facing downwards. The depth of planting should be about 2-3 times the bulb's height. Space the bulbs 2-3 times their width apart.