15 incredibly beautiful tuberous flowers to plant in the spring
As summer cottage and gardening season approaches, gardeners are thinking about how they can decorate their plot. Today on the agenda are 15 bulbs that turn the garden into an extraordinary beauty, a flower bed that you want to admire again and again.
South African plants become a worthy decoration of any garden. Externally, they resemble lilies, only in this case the flowers are pale pink. The bulb is planted in mid-April, and the first flowers bloom until August.
This is a variety of Asian orchid, which has received wide roots in Russia. Most often the flowers are either pink or snow-white with light veins. They are propagated by dividing pseudobulbs.
Simply put, this is a snow-white hyacinth. Its scent is so fragrant and fragrant that it is worn not only in the garden, but also in the neighboring area.
Bred in Peru, this flower looks like a daffodil. The same is true of the yellow petals on the long, dense trunk.
A South African purple flower that will delight in its appearance and fragrance until September.
Crinum does not like the neighborhood, so it is advisable to allocate its own piece of land for it.
Chilean beauty, which is very similar to Frisina. It is excellent for growing in flower beds and will be a worthy decoration of bouquets.
There is probably no one who has not heard of this flower. The powerful inflorescences on the stem will perfectly break up the landscape design. The lily looks great in green rooms.
This is the South African variety of the well-known lilies. They are most often grown for floristry. A wide range of buds: white, pink, purple, red.
Snowy-white flowers that last a long time.
Its other name is Asian butterfly flowers. It is a peony-shaped, fluffy bud that feels great in the company of other plants and on its own.
No one will be left indifferent to its appearance: the inflorescences are yellow or purple in color. It blooms for a long time.
The plant got its name for a reason. From afar it really resembles the color of a safari.
Red heat – a heat-loving flower will decorate the part of every, even the refined gardener. Its beauty is that the bulb can be left in the ground for wintering.
Fluffy inflorescence, consisting of many small petals of different colors, looks very unusual and spectacular at the same time. Likes abundant watering and sunshine.
A South American guest that will brighten up an area with its subtle fragrance and elegant-looking buds. If you plant it in April, you can admire the flowers in mid-June.
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If you have decided to transform your personal plot, first of all, pay attention to bulbs, bulbs and bulbous flowers. These amazing plants amaze the imagination with a variety of forms and shades of colors, leaving no one indifferent. To make your garden drown in bright colors from early spring to late fall, I suggest to get acquainted with the representatives of such flowering plants in more detail and decide whether to plant each of them.
Bulbs are planted in spring, summer or fall
Plant the alliums (ornamental bulbs) in late September or early October at 20 cm intervals and 15 cm deeper into the ground. Light the bulbs so they don’t rot, then plant again in the fall. In the bed.
Alliums More information about alliums, their species and varieties can be found in the publication “Allium: Growing and caring.
If you want to enjoy flowering tuberous begonias from late May through October, plant the tubers in pots in March-April, burying only the convex part of them in the ground. With the onset of warming, plant the plants in a bed at 15-30 cm intervals, after flowering, take the tubers apart and store them until spring.
About the different begonias is very interesting in the article about begonia – a southern miracle in Russian gardens. If you choose this plant, be sure to read it.
The ungoddess (Colquicia).
If you plant large bulbs of nedotroga in mid-August, you can decorate the dull autumn landscape in the same season. Plant them 20 cm deep at 10-15 cm intervals. Smaller bulbs can be planted more often to a depth of 8-12 cm – they will please you with flowering next autumn. You can transplant overgrown plants every 6-7 years, but to ensure that the inflorescences do not become shallow, do this procedure every 2-3 years.
Before planting Colchikum, you can choose planting material on our market, combining large online stores. Check out the timeless collection.
In our gardens grows mostly one white flower, which blooms in late spring and early summer. Plant this culture from July to September to a depth of 5-10 cm at intervals of 10-15 cm. This unpretentious plant will require replanting only after 5-7 years.
Read about the nuances of growing these delicate flowers in the publication of our website – Flowers – not to be confused with snowdrops. Growing secrets and types.
This beautiful creation blooms in April-May and decorates the flower bed for 2-3 weeks. Plant eranthis bulbs in late summer or in September at a distance of 5-7 cm from each other and deepen into the ground for 6-7 cm. Overgrown plants can be transplanted in 5 years.
To grow this primrose, with plants with which you are good neighbors and to learn more about their reproduction, you can read the publication Eranthis or Spring: The experience of growing and propagation.
Majestic dahlias bloom from the second half of summer until late fall. Plant the tubers in the ground only with the onset of a steady warming in May or early June, burying them 25-35 cm into the ground. Before the cold weather, the tubers should be removed from the ground and stored until the new season.
What happens just after the first frost, read in the article how to dig up the thrush cane and prepare it for storage, in detail about the nuances of growing – on the issue of Dahlias – planting and growing.
You can choose the variety you like in our marketplace by exploring the assortment of tuberous dahlias.
Depending on the variety, the elegant accessories of this beauty will grace your garden from midsummer until October, but they all need a warm breeze. Remove them from their undersides and set them aside for storage before cooling. In late April or early May, stick them in the ground at 12-15 cm intervals, allowing small babies to go 5-6 cm deeper and larger gladioluses 10-12 cm deeper.
This exotic can decorate the flower bed with different colors in May, repeating inflorescences in summer and early fall. Plant its bulbs in pots for 4-7 parts each spring. Fully dip the short-necked specimens, leaving the tails of the long-necked bulbs outside. When the warm weather arrives, transplant the zephyranthes into the flower bed, and bury the bulbs in the fall and save them until spring.
To enjoy the flowering of tuberous zephyranthes already in mid-summer, in April, plant the tubers in pots to a depth of 4-5 cm. The spacing is 20-60 cm (depending on the growth strength of the variety). Callas decorate the landscape until early October, and with the advent of refrigerators, they are asked to overwinter in the cellar or refrigerator.
Read more about growing and propagating these majestic plants in the publication Callas, a beautiful tropical in the garden.
This bulbous plant is likely to freeze in the midlands, so take the bulbs out 2 weeks after blooming and plant them back in the ground. With this approach, the beautiful inflorescences of the xiphium will decorate the flower bed in mid-summer. Plant the bulbs at 10-15 cm intervals, burying them at 8-12 cm.
Read about how to confuse the different types of bulbs and more about how to grow xiphium in the May issue of “Xiphium – The ‘Secret’ Messenger”.
These elegant flowers will bloom beautifully without transplanting from 4-5 years old and from June through September, depending on the variety. If you want to achieve earlier blooms, plant the bulbs in August-September, deepening 7-15 cm into the ground. This procedure can be moved to April-May, but this will shift the flowering period of the lily.
Before buying planting material, I recommend reading the important information in the publication, what do the mysterious cyphers in the names of lilies mean? Features of growing different hybrids. And that is when you will have on your plot those plants that are well developed and can grow well.
Start planting this crop in late April – May. Shred the bulbs to 8-10 cm, plant them in a gap of 10-15 cm. The abundant flowering of this plant begins in mid-summer and lasts until September (warm autumn and longer). If you live in northern latitudes, plant crocosmia bulbs before frost and store them until spring.
Muscari, once planted in a plot, every April-May continue to delight the eye with amazing inflorescences and ask for replanting only after 5-6 years. Plant and transplant this flowering plant in the first half of autumn. Bulbs are planted in groups at 5-7 cm intervals, deepening 4-7 cm into the ground.
About where it is best to plant these spring flowers and what neighbors to choose for them, read the article “Mouse Hyacinth” – Muscari.
This snowdrop graces the site at the earliest time in spring, and only needs to be planted once every 5-7 years. Plant and transplant the galanthus when its bulbs are dormant – July through September. The bulbs are planted at 10-15 cm intervals, deepening in the ground by 5-7 cm.
In the publication bloomed snowdrops, which have already bloomed in the Crimea in January.
Birdwort releases beautiful inflorescences in May and shows in the flower bed for 3 weeks. Favorable time for its planting is the end of summer and autumn. When planting, the bulbs are dried 6-10 cm, observing an interval of 15-20 cm between them. After 4-6 years, the overgrown nests should be seeded.
Bulbs of this exotic, which blooms in mid-summer, are planted in the bed at the end of April – beginning of May at a distance of 10-15 cm to a depth of 5-10 cm. In the first half of autumn they are dug up and put in storage. If you plant ranunculus in pots in March and move them into the ground in May, you can admire the beautiful inflorescences already in June.
Read more in the article Ranunculus – bride’s flowers in detail.
Depending on the variety, this beauty graces the garden from April to June. In order to ensure that the capricious hazelnut blooms annually, it is better to dig up its bulbs after flowering, and in late summer or early fall, put them back into the garden. Plant hazelnut at intervals of at least 40 cm and deepen the bulbs from 12 to 20 cm.
To enjoy the Tigridia blossom (July-September), plant the bulbs 3-4 cm deep in late March and transplant the plants into the ground. After flowering, shape the bulbs and store them until spring.
Beautiful bulbs that bloom in spring, plant in late summer or early fall. Plan for planting cyclamen that blooms in the fall in May. To prevent plants from freezing in winter, bury the tubers in the ground at least 10 cm. Put them in groups of 3-5 pieces at about 10 cm apart. The need for replanting them occurs after 7-10 years.
Article Cyclamen – dancing butterflies in your garden tells about growing this plant in the open ground.
This bulbous iris will delight with beauty and wonderful fragrance for 2-3 weeks in April-May. Plant Juno bulbs in the middle of September at a depth of 6-8 cm with intervals of at least 30-40 cm. After 5 years, overgrown bushes need to be divided and replanted.
With a wide variety of bulb and poppy crops you can tirelessly experiment, transforming the landscape of your garden and creating unique landscapes pleasing to the eye from early spring to late fall. “But what about crocuses, daffodils, tulips and other popular bulbous flowers?” – you ask. Whether these plants are worth planting, read in the publication 10 Bulbs to Plant in the Fall.
Dear readers, what bulbs are growing in your garden? Let us know in the comments about your favorites and share the subtleties you consider when planting.