spring blooming bulb foliage: inconspicuous or quick bying ones?
*The title should say quick dying. I'm apparently a terrible proofreader.
We moved into our new house at the end of March. The previous owners had planted a daffodil patch and some sort of tall tulips. I've since made that garden into a perennial bed, but now I'm thinking towards fall and planting spring bulbs.
I'm going to be planting in between my perennials, and am looking for bulbs with small or inconspicuous foliage.
Whatever tulips are here are some sort of giant ones, 2.5 feet high maybe and the leaves are roughly 18 inches long. I don't have much experience with bulbs, so I wondered if there were tulips with easier to hide foliage?
What about crocus and snowdrop? Is their foliage easily hidden? I want to have nice spring blooms, but I also don't want to have the garden full of messy foliage for ages.
This post was edited by arylkin on Fri, Jul 5, 13 at 14:36