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Summer Bulbs for Your Region

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If you’re not growing summer bulbs—sometimes called tender bulbs—you’re missing out on a dependable supply of color for your garden.

examples of tender bulbs

Midwest Gardening: Easy, Beautiful Summer Bulbs

When the weather warms up, conditions are just right for cannas, caladiums, dahlias, and other summer bulbs. They flourish in our gardens all summer long.

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Gulf Coast Gardening: Planting Caladiums for Summer Color

Caladiums are easy to plant, and they reward you with a garden of carefree color for months on end.

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Mid-Atlantic Gardening: Discover Peacock Orchids

Summer bulbs like heirloom peacock orchids are a delight to grow. Try them in containers for easy winter care.

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Mountain Gardening: A Parade of Summer Bulb Color

Summer is fleeting, so make the most of it with some special flowers and foliage. Here are four new ways to add color and excitement to your summer garden.

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Northeast Gardening: Summer Bulbs—Workhorses of the Garden

For great color and presence in the garden, it’s hard to beat summer bulbs. Buy them in spring, plant them, and—bam!—you soon have a gorgeous show.

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Northwest Gardening: Can-Do Cannas Make a Bold Statement

With many uses, Tropicanna canna adds color and drama to Northwest gardens.

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Southeast Gardening: Enjoying Summer Bulbs in the Southland

Summer bulbs can create major impact in your landscape. And they’re simple to grow too!

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South Central Gardening: Add Tropical Flair with Summer Bulbs

See what kind of statement summer bulbs can make in your Oklahoma or Texas garden.

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Southern California Gardening: Growing Summer Bulbs

Caladiums, gladiolas, and dahlias are among the bulbs that bring exuberant color to your summer garden.

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