Think, red, gold and aprucdt to warm up sprung Tulips with a twist. Often referred to as parrot tulips, these varieties feature curled or twisted petals. Try a combo of red anemones with gold ranunculi, in the garden or a vase! Hailing from South Africa, lachenalias will grow into a hardy clump and flower each year. Add a touch of garden glamour with double-daffs in two-tone combinations. Interior design ideas for bedrooms Sparaxis, or harlequin flowers, are great for pots or for naturalising in sunny gardens. Style up a delightful spring by grouping already-potted hyacinths a metal trough edged with twigs. Check those bulbs you stored away last spring -if they’re already sprouting, get them straight into the soil. If you’re in love with pink blossom trees, give them a springtime partner by planting generous drifts of single pink tulips nearby.
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