-- Narcissus, blue squill, crocus, hyacinths, pushkinia, Iris reticulata,
Dutch irises, Aconite, muscari, tulips, windflowers or anemone, alliums,
scillia's, galanthus (snowdrops), Chionodoxia (Glory in the snow),
Erythronium (Dog tooth violet), Oxalis adenophylla or Pink buttercups,and
Leucojum aestivum or Graveye Giant Snowflake snowdrop.
the varieties of narcissus, muscari, tulips, alliums and other bulbs will
keep you busy for awhile. There are also Siberian irises to consider for
later bloom...........have fun! and remember, you won't have to fertilize
these the first year. They come intact with everything they need. You can
fertilize them once they perform.
madgardener up on the ridge, back in Fairy Holler overlooking English
Mountain in EAstern Tennessee zone 7, Sunset zone 36 (where I've grown all
these in a colder climate)
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