10 Beautiful Wildflowes That Grow From Bulbs 

Finding native wildflower bulbs to enhance your flower garden? You might be surprised how many unique wildflowers sprout from bulbs and tubers. Wildflowers enhance your yard and landscape.  

1. Blazing Star

Blazing star's flexibility may benefit pollinator-friendly, native, or container gardens. It likes sun or mild shade. Flaming star plants like organic, wet, well-drained soil. North America has many Liatris species, but this one is native to central and eastern North America and sold.  

2. Blue-eyed Grass

Blue-eyed grass is an eastern North American herbaceous perennial bulb. It grows in damp, open forests and wetland borders, especially along coasts. These plants prefer full sun but can tolerate little shade. Keep the soil wet and well-drained.  

3. Calochortus Lily

Calotrophus lily blossoms are vibrant. Bright red, yellow, orange, pink, and purple species bloom. Depending on the species, the flowers resemble poppy, tulip, or brightly coloured butterfly.  

4. Dwarf Crested Iris

Small and delicious, the dwarf crested iris is native to the north-central and eastern US. It would beautify a wooded or shaded rock garden. Since it grows naturally in shadow and rich, moist soil, it thrives there.   

5. Fritillary

Fritillary plants have several species, including many western North American natives and colourful cultivars. Open woodlands, damp meadows, hillsides, and coastal areas are home to them. They prefer full light and wet, well-drained soil.  

6. Large Camas

Big Western North American camas bulbs are impressive. In full sun or light shade, it thrives in rich, moist soil. Growing bulbs quickly will create a mass of flowers each spring and long-lasting foliage in a few years.  

7. Nodding Onion

Summer nodding onion. Each bulb develops a long, leafless flower stalk with a loose umbel of small, nodding bell-shaped flowers. Flowers are normally pale pink but might be purple or white. The wispy, grass-like leaves of these plants may go unnoticed until they bloom.  

8. Northern Spiderlily

The northern spiderlily, sometimes known as the Carolina or woodland spiderlily, is native to the Southeast. This lovely native lily grows in marshes, floodplain woodlands, moist fields, and other low-lying locations with moist soil.  

9. Rain Lily

As its name says, rain lily likes rain. Wetlands and lowlands with regular soil moisture are its natural habitat in the southeastern US. Grow it in a rain garden or naturalised wetland for beautification.  

10. Trout Lily

Trout lilies are spring ephemerals from central and eastern North America. Often found in wet woodlands, its leaves and flowers bloom early in spring and go dormant by summer.   

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