Notes from the Garden

Posted: August 25, 2015 Facebook Twitter

Spring Bulb Inspiration

To get these pretty spring blooms you have to have bulbs in the ground in Nebraska between October and November. So the time to plan for spring is now! Pull together your favorite looks and contact Nate to get your bulbs ordered today!

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Orange, Yellow and Pink Tulips

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Classic Yellow Daffodils

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One color bulb displays

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Purple-pink hyacinth

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Bulb displays to coordinate with existing flowering shrubs

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Pale peach tulips and purple graphe hyacinth for an unlikely combo

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Purple, pink and orange tulips for a dramatic show of color

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Can’t decide on just one color? No problem!

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Not your typical bulb display among the birches

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Tiny purple grape hyacinth 

Classic reds for a monochromatic look that pops against green foliage

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Warm orange and pink

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Layers of color

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Tulips in the same color family make for a wonderful display

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Hot colors play up flowering trees and shrubs

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Classic white mixed in with colorful displays add a different dimension

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Woodland bulb displays create a fun spring show intertwined with the landscape

Woodland garden bulb displays

Woodland garden bulb displays

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All about that color!

Choosing just one color can be tricky but pays off when spring rolls around; this all red display is stunning (even more so in person)

Choosing just one color can be tricky but pays off when spring rolls around; this all red display is stunning (even more so in person)

Unique bulbs make for a fun surprise next spring

Unique bulbs make for a fun surprise next spring

When you can't just choose one color

When you can’t just choose one color

Sometimes variety is the way to go

Sometimes variety is the way to go

So whether you’re an all one color kind of person or a one of everything kind of person, we can’t wait to help you announce the season! Talk to your spring color specialist today! (402) 457-6492

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