Fall is here, and fall is bulb time! We are planning bulb “overlays” for the garden, meaning that bulbs can be planted on top of and in between the other plants in your garden. Bulbs can bloom from March to May using crocus, grape hyacinths, various types of tulips, daffodils and alliums. Many of these bulbs will come back year after year except for highly bred tulips. When we design bulbs, we think about sequencing the blooming over time and color combinations. We can do something completely different color-wise from the other plants in your garden – bright colors, cool colors, monochromatic, etc.
With bulbs, it is not uncommon to plant a large number to make a decent statement, for example, 500 crocuses. It takes a lot of bulbs to really show up and not look sparse!Our bulb orders can cost $300 to $500 to $700 plus labor. We take care to ensure that each bulb is planted with its growing eye up rather than just scattering them in a hole.
If you’re interested in thinking about early spring color, please email Brian at firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, October 31st. We will need to know what you are comfortable spending and with that in mind, we can tell you what to plant where for the best impact!