Planting Bulbs: 10 Seasonal Bulbs to Grow in Your Garden

Tulips (Tulipa spp.): Tulips are iconic spring-blooming bulbs available in a wide range of colors and varieties.

Daffodils (Narcissus spp.): Daffodils, also known as narcissus, are hardy spring bulbs with cheerful yellow, white, or orange blooms.

Crocus (Crocus spp.): Crocuses are early spring bloomers, often popping up through the snow to offer delicate, cup-shaped flowers in shades of purple, white, and yellow.

Hyacinths (Hyacinthus spp.): Hyacinths are fragrant spring bulbs that produce dense spikes of flowers in various colors, including blue, pink, purple, and white.

Snowdrops (Galanthus spp.): Snowdrops are charming bulbs that bloom in late winter or early spring, often appearing when snow is still on the ground.

Alliums (Allium spp.): Alliums, also known as ornamental onions, are versatile bulbs that produce round clusters of flowers on tall stems.

Lilies (Lilium spp.): Lilies are summer-blooming bulbs prized for their large, showy flowers and sweet fragrance.

Gladiolus (Gladiolus spp.): Gladiolus bulbs produce tall spikes of colorful flowers in the summer.

Dahlias (Dahlia spp.): Dahlias are late summer to fall-blooming bulbs prized for their large, showy flowers in an array of colors, shapes, and sizes.

Canna Lilies (Canna spp.): Canna lilies are tropical bulbs known for their bold foliage and vibrant flowers.