Plantings: Early Spring

View our early spring planting library below. Discuss your design options with your landscape designer to create your dream layout. Please contact us with any questions you may have. 

✾ This indicates that a plant blooms for 6 weeks or longer

✓ This indicates that the plant is listed as Resistant/Tolerant to Deer

 

 

Daffodil

  • Characteristics: They have a central trumpet, surrounded by a ring of six floral leaves. Most common daffodils are of a yellow or white color.

  • Light: Full Sun

  • Moisture: Well drained soils, extra watering during its growth

  • Plant: Plant in clusters

Hyacinth

  • Characteristics: Produce numerous small flowers called florets all on one stalk. Leaves are smooth and long foliage pointing upward. Flower is fragrant and comes in a variety of colors.

  • Light: Full Sun

  • Moisture: Well drained soils, extra watering during its growth

  • Plant: Plant in clusters or as edging

Muscari

  • Characteristics: Very winter hardy. Nicknamed grape hyacinth due to their many clusters of small bell-shaped cobalt blue flowers, they look like grape clusters on a short upright stem. Fragrant flower.

  • Light: Full Sun

  • Moisture: Well drained soils, extra watering during its growth

  • Plant: Plant in clusters at least 3″ deep

Pansy

  • Characteristics: A single flower bloom with five petals in a rounded shape. They have a wide variety of colors on them surrounding a yellow disc center. Fragrant flower.

  • Light: Full Sun

  • Moisture: Well drained soils, extra watering during its growth

  • Plant: Deadhead to prolong flowering, good for containers

Tulips

  • Characteristics: They come in a variety of colors and sizes depending on the type. Produces a long upright stem with a large flower containing 3 inner petals and 3 outer sepals that look like petals.

  • Light: Full Sun

  • Moisture: Well drained soils, extra watering during its growth

  • Plant: Plant in clusters