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Here Are the Spring Bulbs I'm Planting This Fall

Just as we're settling into pumpkin spice season, it's also prime time for planning out and purchasing your spring-flowering bulbs. I usually like planting mine in November, but anytime between mid-October and mid-December works. To get the most out of season, I'll be planting a wide variety of bulb types that span from early (e.g., snow drops, crocus) through mid-to-late spring (e.g., late tulips) and are also varying heights and sizes. For a refresher on specific tips for planting your bulbs, my favorite online sources, as well as a look at what I planted last year check out this quick post. Without further ado, here's my 2023 list of spring bulbs!


Crocus "Gipsy Girl", image courtesy Brent and Becky's.
Crocus "Gipsy Girl", image courtesy Brent and Becky's.













Crocus "Cream Beauty". Image courtesy Brent and Becky's.
Crocus "Cream Beauty". Image via Brent and Becky's.













Galanthus "Hippolyta". Image courtesy Brent and Becky's.
Galanthus "Hippolyta". Image via Brent and Becky's.













Narcissus "Carice." Image courtesy Brent and Becky's.
Narcissus "Carice." Image courtesy Brent and Becky's.














Narcissus "Electrus". Image courtesy Brent and Becky's.
Narcissus "Electrus". Image courtesy Brent and Becky's.














Fritillaria persica. Image courtesy Brent and Becky's.
Fritillaria persica. Image courtesy Brent and Becky's.












Tulipa "Danique". Image courtesy Brent and Becky's.
Tulipa "Danique". Image courtesy Brent and Becky's.












Tulipa "Night Club". Image courtesy Brent and Becky's.
Tulipa "Night Club". Image courtesy Brent and Becky's.














Tulipa "Crown of Negrita". Image courtesy Brent and Becky's.
Tulipa "Crown of Negrita". Image courtesy Brent and Becky's.



















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