The Many Types Of Bulbs For The Garden and Containers

The Many Types Of Bulbs For The Garden and Containers

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Bulbs have been popular for centuries. No longer are they used to fill flower beds. Today many are planted in containers.

Lots of Spring color and easy care make bulbs universally popular. Just never allow the soil to get waterlogged.

Basically, dig a hole two to three times deeper than the bulb and fill the hole with soil. Below you’ll find a list of many types of ‘bulbs’ with links to grow and enjoy.

Bulbs, Tubers, and Corms with the Pronunciation

  • Achimenes [a-kim-ee-nees]
  • Acidanthera [a-kid-anth-er-a] Summer-blooming corm with Gladiolus-like foliage. Fragrant, drooping, creamy-white flowers with a center of blackish-crimson. Grows in sun and sandy loam. Lift and store like gladiolus corms. Valuable for summer bloom.
  • Agapanthus [ag-a-panth-us]
  • Albuca [al-boo-ka]
  • Allium [a-lee-um]
  • Alstroemeria [al-stroom-ee-ree-a]
  • Amaryllis [am-a-rill-is]
  • Anemone [a-nem-oh-nee]
  • Anomatheca [a-noh-ma-thee-ka]
  • Anthericum [an-ther-i-kum]
  • Arisaema [a-ree-a-rum]
  • Arisarum [a-rees-a-rum]
  • Arum [a-rum]
  • Asarum [a-sah-rum]
  • Asphodelus [as-fod-ell-us]
  • Babiana [bab-ee-a-na]
  • Begonia [beh-goh-nee-a]
  • Belamcanda [bel-am-kan-da]
  • Bletilla [bleh-tilla-a]
  • Brimeura [bree-mew-ra]
  • Brodiaea [bro-dee-ee-a]
  • Bulbocodium [bul-boh-coh-dee-um]
  • Camassia [ka-ma-see-a]
  • Canna [ka-na]
  • Cardiocrinum [kar-dee-oh-kree-num]
  • Chionodoxa [ky-on-oh-dox-sa] Glory of the Snow
  • Chlidanthus [klid-anth-us]
  • Clivia [kli-vee-a]
  • Colchicum [kol-chee-kum]
  • Convallaria [kon-va-lah-ree-a]
  • Corydalis [koh-ree-dah-lis]
  • Crinum [kry-num]
  • Crocosmia [kroh-koz-mee-a]
  • Crocus [kroh-kus]
  • Cyclamen [sigh-kla-men]
  • Dahlia [dah-lee-a]
  • Dierama [dee-a-rah-ma]
  • Dracunculus [dra-kun-kew-lus]
  • Eranthis [eh-ran-this]
  • Eremurus [eh-re-mew-rus]
  • Erythronium [eh-re-throw-nee-um]
  • Eucharis [ew-ka-ris]
  • Eucomis [ew-koh-mis]
  • Freesia [freez-ee-a]
  • Fritillaria [frit-i-lah-ree-a]
  • Galanthus [ga-lan-thus]
  • Galtonia [gaul-toh-nee-a]
  • Gladiolus [glad-ee-oh-lus]
  • Gloriosa [gloh-ree-oh-sa]
  • Habranthus [ha-bran-thus]
  • Haemanthus [hee-man-thus]
  • Hedychium [hay-dik-ee-um]
  • Hermodactylus [her-moh-dak-till-us]
  • Hippeastrum [hip-ee-as-trum]
  • Homeria [hoh-mere-ee-a]
  • Hyacinthella [high-a-sinth-ell-a]
  • Hyacinthus [high-a-sinth-us]
  • Hymenocallis [high-men-oh-kal-is]
  • Ipheion [if-ay-on]
  • Iris [eye-ris]
  • Ixia [ix-see-a]
  • Ixiolirion [ix-see-oh-Ieer-ee-on]
  • Lachenalia [lak-eh-nay-lee-a]
  • Ledebouria [le-de-BOR-ree-a]
  • Leucojum [loo-koh-jum]
  • Lilium [lil-ee-um]
  • Merendera [meh-ren-deh-ra]
  • Moraea [moh-ree-a]
  • Muscari [mus-kah-ree]
  • Narcissus [nar-sis-us]
  • Nectaroscordum [nek-tah-roh-skor-dum]
  • Nerine [nay-ree-nay]
  • Nomocharis [no-moh-ka-ris]
  • Notholirion [no-tho-leer-ee-on]
  • Ornithogalum [or-ni-thog-a-lum]
  • Oxalis [ox-ah-lis]
  • Pancratium [pan-krate-ee-um]
  • Paradisea [pa-ra-dees-ee-ya]
  • Pleione [play-oh-nay]
  • Polianthes [po-lee-anth-eez]
  • Puschkinia [push-kin-ee-a]
  • Ranunculus [ra-nung-kew-lus]
  • Rhodohypoxis [roh-doh-hi-pox-is]
  • Romulea [rom-ew-lee-a]
  • Roscoea [roz-koh-ee-a]
  • Sandersonia [san-der-son-ee-a]
  • Scadoxus [scah-dox-us]
  • Schizostylis [sky-zoh-sty-lis]
  • Scilla [sil-a]
  • Sisyrinchium [siz-ee-ring-kee-um]
  • Sparaxis [spa-rak-sis]
  • Sprekelia [spre-kee-lee-ya]
  • Sternbergia [stern-bur-gee-a]
  • Tecophilaea [te-koh-fi-Iee-a]
  • Tigridia [ti-grid-ee-a]
  • Trillium [tril-ee-um]
  • Tritonia [try-toh-nee-a]
  • Tropaeolum [troh-pee-oh-lum]
  • Tulbaghia [tul-ba-ghee-ya]
  • Tulipa [tew-li-pa]
  • Uvularia [uv-yew-lah-ree-a]
  • Vallota [va-lo-ta]
  • Veltheimia [vel-ty-mee-a]
  • Watsonia [wot-son-ee-a]
  • Zantedeschia [zan-tee-dis-kee-ya]
  • Zephyranthes [zef-ee-ranth-eez]

Watch the video: How to create layered bulb pots with plants on topGarden Style nw (June 2022).


  1. Myron

    Bravo, what words ..., the excellent thought

  2. Akinolabar

    Nicely written, I liked it.

  3. Dwade

    to read it by what it

  4. Cullo

    kada half a life on such a sotrish in real life .......

  5. Wissian

    Dams in most cases it is!

  6. Braeden

    Almost same.

  7. Dougal

    You are absolutely right. In this something is and is good thought. It is ready to support you.

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