Plum, cherry, crabapple, almond, lilac, Korean spice viburnum, redbud, quince just to name a few.
Bulbs by the Bajillions
Hyacinth, daffodil, tulip, checkerbloom, and the stunning Fritillaria persica. You’ll see bulbs everywhere you turn.
Gardens Not to Miss:
Pretty much all of them!
Vistas of daffodils in the Lilac Garden, mobs of red tulips in the steppe area of PlantAsia, blossoms just beginning on crabapples and plums.
Stop by the Cactus and Succulent House where huge blossoms are appearing this week—and quickly disappearing—on the largest cacti.
Planted with species more often seen in gardens in the Eastern US and Europe, this garden will make you nostalgic for places you may have left behind. A huge oak adds shade and character, while spring bulbs always seem to bloom here first.
Among the glories of the Waring Garden are several magnolia trees. In Colorado, magnolias can be hit and miss, as they tend to bloom early but can’t tolerate...