Nothing announces spring or cheers our spirits like blooming bulbs in our gardens. While traditional Dutch bulbs require too many chilling hours to be perennials in our climate, there are many heirloom, historic, and adapted hybrids that will perennialize and return for many years of blooming color. Our selections are carefully researched and chosen with southern climates in mind. For more information about Spring bulbs for our area and for planting tips visit our bulb information page.
The 2013 CCMGA Fall Bulb Sale fundraiser begins August 22. Proceeds from the sale benefit community outreach programs and horticultural and water conservation education in Collin County.
If you would like a presentation about selecting, planting, and growing spring blooming bulbs for your garden club or organization, you can schedule one through the Speakers Bureau link on the left of this page.
For more information about Sping Bulbs for our area and for planting tips visit our bulb information page.
STILL HAVE QUESTIONS?
Call the CCMG Help Desk at the AgriLife Extension Office at: (972) 548-4232