Blue Flower Bulbs
About Blue Flower Bulbs
Bulb is a resting stage of a plant that is usually formed underground and consists of a short stem base bearing one or more buds enclosed in overlapping membranous or fleshy leaves. The primary function of these underground storage structures is to store nutrient reserves to ensure the plants' survival.
While red can spark feelings of romance, blue can keep a romantic fire burning. A symbol of commitment and peace, blue flowers are a popular choice among couples who want to communicate trust. Blue can also calm worries and signal support, making it an appropriate plant in a garden of sick friends. If you're feeling stressed, plant these blue flower bulbs in your garden.
Most blue-flowering bulbs are a foot tall or shorter. Since the color blue recedes in human vision, they can disappear in the landscape. The solution is to plant them in large groups, a few dozen at the very least. Scatter them among taller bulbs, tuck them under deciduous trees and plant lots and lots of them in a lawn. With one exception, all are good for naturalizing.