Having a perennial garden that blooms from spring to fall is every gardener’s dream, but having continuous colour can be a lifetime challenge for even the experienced gardener. One of the most difficult bloom time gaps in the parade of flowers is often in late spring, after tulips dropped their petals and peonies are at their max bud. This drought of blooms can be minuscule in weeks, but last for long stretches when you’re eager for the flowers of spring after a long, cold winter.
There is a solution for the garden and it comes in bulb form! Alliums!