There are many different types you can grow for the different seasons. If you want to plant spring flower bulbs such as Daffodils and Tulips they should be planted in the fall.
Spring bulbs need a period of cold weather in order to grow. This is why we plant them in the fall.
Begin to plant your summer bulbs towards the end of spring. Good choices for summer bulbs are Begonias, Gladiolus, and Dahlias. These flowers all come in a great selection of colors. Choose your favorite colors for a gorgeous spring garden.
They will begin to grow a few months after being planted. Just remember to plant your flowers in late spring.
Summer bulbs do not keep well in the cold. If you live in an especially cold area, you may want to dig the bulbs up before winter, and store them indoors. Then plant them the following season.
Fall is another season for planting bulbs. You can begin to plant fall bulbs in early summer. You can have your pick from Hyacinths, Snowdrops, Crocuses, Anemones, and many more. Select something bright and colorful to liven up a fall garden. Mix and match to make your fall garden beautiful!