Many of the small, dainty Spring-Flowering bulbs known as ‘minor bulbs’ like Aconite, Anemone species, Chionodoxa (Glory of the Snow), Crocus, Galanthus (the True Snowdrop), Squills plus Babiana, Freesia, Homeria (Cape Tulip), Lachenalia, Sparaxis, Tritonia and many more are hybrid cultivars of wildflowers. These pretty tiny things grow together so profusely that they carpet the Late winter and Early Spring meadows of their native habitats with vivid patches of spectacular colour. These tiny things are adored by many Gardeners who live in somewhat inhospitable regions. While very cold climates and also mild, sometimes damp climates of subtropical Winter regions do not suit the proliferation of these bulbs to such an extent, it is possible to raise these tiny treasures with a little care.
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