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Daffodils and tulips are often revered as the queens of spring, and while we do love them, we absolutely adore spring-planted freesia bulbs. These trumpet-shaped flowers open first at the base and unfurl all the way up the stem, releasing a sweet, signature scent that people and pollinators love. Cut freesia flowers for a beautiful bouquet or allow these gems to bloom freely in the garden. Pair spring-planted freesia bulbs with ranunculus for a productive (and gorgeous) companion planting.
The wonderful qualities of spring-planted freesia
- Fragrant flowers attract pollinators
- Colorful flowers can be forced indoors for living arrangements
- Perfect companion for spring-planted ranunculus bulbs
- Easy-to-grow and deer-resistant bulbs