spring-blooming


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Synonyms for spring-blooming

of plants that bloom during the spring

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The rule of thumb for pruning shrubs is: Spring-blooming plants bloom on last-year's growth, while summer-blooming plants bloom on the current season's growth, so prune accordingly.
After several weeks, they completely disappear from the garden, replaced by tulips and daffodils and spring-blooming perennials.
In mild-winter areas, spring-blooming annuals such as agrostemma, bachelor's buttons, love-in-a-mist, poppies, and sweet peas can be planted this month from seeds or starts; they'll grow throughout the winter and produce a show in spring.
Spring-blooming bulbs such as tulips, daffodils and hyacinths can find new spots to show off their brilliant shades.
Like most spring-blooming bulbs, species tulips should be planted in the fall.
In mild-winter areas, sow seeds of spring-blooming natives such as baby blue eyes (Nemophila menziesii), California poppies, Chinese houses (Collinsia heterophylla), farewell-to-spring (Clarkia amoena), and owl's clover just as fall rains start.
Purchasing from a plant department in the spring may result in your yard with mostly (perhaps, only) spring-blooming plants.
Sink spring-blooming bulbs into well-draining soil.
Most of the spring-blooming perennials -- peony and bleeding hearts are two good examples -- are best fall planted.
Wait until after flowering to heavily prune spring-blooming vines such as wisteria.
And, if you're in the now, it's the best time for planting winter-and spring-blooming annuals.
Divide spring-blooming perennials in fall-blooming perennials in spring.
Each fall, Sunset's head gardener, Rick LaFrentz, plants a colorful mix of spring-blooming bulbs and annuals in the display garden outside our headquarters in Menlo Park.
But the corms (bulblike organs) cost only about 50 cents apiece, and they don't need chilling like spring-blooming crocus.
Spring-blooming perennials and (naturally) spring-flowering bulbs should be planted in the fall -- best done after temperatures fall into the daytime 40s.