Flower Bulbs

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Growing flowers from bulbs is a process too beautiful to miss out on. Planting small flower bulbs in your garden to watch them blossom into something so magnificent is a wonderful and rewarding experience. Shop your favorite flowers to grow with Ugaoo’s wide range of flower bulbs!


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●Knowing Flower Bulbs: What Are They?

If you don’t know exactly what flower bulbs are, here’s a quick gist for you! They are underground modifications or formations of certain flowering plants that grow to escape the persisting unfavorable growing conditions. In short, flower bulb plants grow to become super self-sufficient. How? The bulbs they grow exist and stay dormant under the soil even if their plants die above ground. This means that when the season for these flowers comes back, they will grow beautifully from the bulbs.
So, flower bulbs are basically self-sustaining, resilient asexual offsprings of their bulb plants. When you’re growing flowers from bulbs, there are a few things to keep in mind so that your bulbs can do well, whether planted indoors or outdoors.

●Basics of Growing Flower Bulbs: Here’s What You Should Know

When growing flower bulbs, their care might seem a little too complex and different to you if you don’t know exactly what to do. But once you know what it entails, it gets significantly easier because the process isn’t that complicated! Here are a few basics to keep in mind:

1. Choose the Right Bulbs

You must remember to select bulbs that are firm and free from mold or damage. The size of the bulbs often indicates their potential for flowering. However, this isn’t something you need to worry about as we bring you only the best quality flower bulbs for a brilliant bloom and healthy garden, so you can buy flower bulbs without any care other than preference!

2. Planting Depth

Plant your flower bulbs at an appropriate depth. A general rule while planting bulbs is to plant them at a depth that is two to three times the height of the bulb. Deeper planting depths are suitable only for larger bulbs.

3. Sunlight Requirements

Most flower bulbs prefer full sunlight or partial shade. So, ensure that they receive at least 6-8 hours of sunlight per day for optimal growth and flowering.

4. Well-Drained Soil

Bulbs dislike sitting in waterlogged soil as it makes them more vulnerable to rot. Plant them in well-draining soil to prevent this; adding organic matter such as compost to improve soil structure and drainage.

5. Watering

Water your newly planted bulbs thoroughly to settle the soil around them and promote root growth. Once established, water the bulbs regularly, especially during dry spells, but avoid overwatering as it can cause them to rot.

6. Fertilization

Incorporate a balanced fertilizer into the soil before planting flower bulbs to provide essential nutrients. However, remember to avoid using high-nitrogen fertilizers, as they can promote leaf growth at the expense of flowering.

7. Mulching

Mulch around the base of the bulb plants to help retain soil moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature. Organic mulches like compost or shredded leaves are ideal for this!

8. Deadheading and Pruning

Remove spent flowers (deadheading) to encourage continuous blooming and prevent the plant from spending any of its energy on seed production. Once the foliage turns yellow and withers after flowering, you can trim the plant back.

9. Winter Protection

In colder climates, you can provide winter protection for bulbs by applying a layer of mulch over the soil surface to insulate them from extremely cold temperatures.

10. Division and Transplanting

Some bulbs benefit from periodic division to prevent overcrowding and maintain vigor. Divide bulbs when they become overcrowded, usually every few years, and replant them in well-prepared soil.

●Types of Flowers You Can Grow: Buy Flower Bulbs Online in India

Whether you’re in love with idea of a Tulip garden or are keen on creating an ornamental display with countless flowers in your garden, Ugaoo has you covered! Here are just a few flower bulbs you can choose to grow:

1. Tulip Bulbs

To grow Tulips from bulbs, plant your flower bulbs in well-drained soil, burying them in deep to about 2-3 times their height. Choose a sunny location, providing at least 6 hours of sunlight daily. Water moderately, ensuring the soil remains moist but not waterlogged. If a Tulip garden has been your dream, with the proper care, these bulbs with reward you with their absolutely stunning and iconic blooms! With Ugaoo, you can find the best Tulip bulbs online.

2. Gladiolus Flower Bulbs

To grow the Gladiolus flower from bulbs, plant them in well-drained soil, burying them 4-6 inches deep with the pointed end facing up. Apply a balanced fertilizer at planting time and again as the bulb plants begin to grow; stake tall varieties to prevent them from toppling over. Deadhead spent blooms to promote continuous flowering. In colder climates, you can opt to dig up the bulbs in fall and store them indoors until warmer temperatures arrive.

3. Allium Bulbs

The care requirements for all these bulbs remain more or less the same. Alliums are generally low-maintenance and resistant to pests and diseases. But remember to deadhead spent blooms to tidy up the plant. You can enjoy their unique and ornamental flower heads that add interest to the garden, along with a strong and distinguished scent!

4. Amar Lily Bulbs

Amar lily flowers, also known as Amaryllis, boast large, trumpet-shaped blooms in vibrant colors like red, pink, and white. They are grown from bulbs and bloom indoors during the winter, adding a burst of color to any space. So, these are winter flower bulbs that can be grown during relatively colder months, giving you a vibrant display of stunning flowers in spring months!


How long does bulbs take to grow?

Bulbs are seasonal and when planted properly following all instructions mentioned on our packaging, should germinate in 2 to 3 weeks from planting.

In which season does flower bulbs bloom?

Bulbs are seasonal plants that either bloom in winter or summers, depending on the variety.

How many bulbs can i plant together?

There needs to be at least 5-6 inches of space in between two bulbs.

How often should I water a bulb?

Water your bulbs only when the potting mix is dry to touch

How do I keep bulbs from spreading?

To stop your bulbs from spreading plant the in compact planters with enough space for just one bulb.