So I've got a plot of dirt roughly 40 square feet, of the 2'x20' variety. My world-domination plan goes thusly:
- Plant tulips relatively deep in the bed. So far I have about 6-8 varieties in the fridge. Tulips will bloom late spring, early summer.
- Plant narcissus relatively shallow in the bed. Narcissus will bloom early spring.
- Delayed planting of various poppies (california, flanders, iceland). Poppies to bloom mid to late summer. This will mean planting poppies around mid-December to early January.
Question: What perennials should I put in the bed as well to provide year-round interest?
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