These cheery flowers are a sure sign that spring has arrived!


Maybe you've never heard of this exotic-looking spring bloomer, but these are charming in any garden.


These are some of the first flowers to pop up in the spring, even when snow is still on the ground in northern climates.


These beautiful bell-shaped flowers make an impact when planted in large swaths.


Delicate, drooping white and green flowers, which are also called galanthus, appear in very early spring. They naturalize well. Prefers part shade to shade.

Grape Hyacinth

These hardy, delicately grape-scented flowers, also called muscari, naturalize readily, capping out in the 4- to 6-inch height range


There are so many different sizes, shapes and colors of tulips that it's impossible to pick just one for your garden!

Dwarf Iris

Dainty flowers on these petite plants appear in very early spring. The flowers have interesting patterns and frills, while the grass-like foliage is attractive even after flowers fade.


These plants, also called snowflake, bloom profusely, lending a wispy, baby's breath-type effect to other nearby plantings.