December is the time of the year to begin potting your favorite spring bulbs to prepare them for winter flowering. Tulips, narcissus (daffodils), hyacinths, crocus, scillas, grape hyacinths, and lily of the valley can be forced into flower in late winter and early spring. A pot of tulips on the window sill in February can make a winter-worn gardener renew the desire to survive the winter.
Ranunculus - Bulbs
Brilliantly colored flowers of Ranunculus is a great attraction! Ranunculus buttercup plants produce cheerful multi-petalled flowers.
Muscari, Grape Hyacinth-Bulb
They pair beautifully with tulips and other spring flowers. Muscari also grow well in rock gardens.
Tulip - Bulbs
In pots, tulips are eye-catching, portable, and protected.
Hyacinths bloom in early spring, fill the air with scent, and drench the landscape in color
Inflorescences, stems, and leaves of this plant resemble the flowers, stems, and leaves of tulips, hence the common name. The true flowers are seen only if they curl around the bracts edges. Each inflorescence appears atop a rigid, reed-like stem that grows to 2 inches tall from a clump of narrow, lance-shaped, dark green leave.
These pretty blooms are always a favorite with floral designers.
Daffodils are beautiful flowers. Also called as Narcissus daffodils are hardy flowering plants.
Freesias are gorgeous and delicate exotics. Their bright colors and heavy perfume make freesia a popular cut flower.
Calla Lily Bulbs
Pick these easy-to-grow varieties for the best blooms. It is a rhizomatous herbaceous perennial plant, evergreen where rainfall and temperatures are adequate
Zephyranthes, Rain Lily
Zephyranthes can be deciduous or evergreen bulbous perennials, with linear leaves and funnel-shaped or crocus-like flowers in spring, summer or autumn.
Recommended Planters : Planters by Size
Choose planters according to size required for your plants for various purposes and locations.
Buy ready to use nutrient rich soil:
In general use a soil-based compost placed over a generous layer of drainage material such as earthenware crocks, pebbles or gravel. Water and feed regularly, especially while plants are bearing flowers and fruit, when a high-potash fertilizer is recommended.
Buy Decorative Pebbles :
Decorate planters or garden landscapes with these decorative pebbles :
Using pebbles in a garden brings different colours and textures to the garden. Pebbles can also fill up otherwise empty space in the garden, leaving a visual that might be considered more interesting and aesthetic than simple dirt, soil or mulch.