There aren’t many true-blue flowers compared to all the other colors of flowers available, but there are true-blue bulb flowers that are definitely blue and exceptionally beautiful. If you love the color blue and would like to fill your bulb garden with beautiful blue flowers, consider the following true-blue bulb flowers. These blue bulb flowers grow well in most hardiness zones, and you’ll be anything but blue when you see these blue bulb flowers sporting beautiful blue blooms in your flower garden. Choose blue, and your friends and neighbors will be green with envy!
Blue Festival Hyacinths
If you love the color blue, these beautiful bulb flowers are for you. These blue hyacinths are unlike regular hyacinths in the fact that they aren’t as compact. These beautiful blue hyacinths have free flowering blue flowers that look like miniature blue lilies. These blue hyacinths are just as fragrant as other hyacinths, and they are just as magnificent.
Blue festival hyacinths reach a maximum height of approximately six inches, and they are a great blue addition to a rock garden or bulb flower bed. Consider planting blue festival hyacinths in hardiness zones four through eight. These beautiful fragrant blue bulb flowers will produce beautiful blue blooms in early to mid-spring.
Giant Glory of the Snow
Giant glory of the snow is one of the most glorious blue flowers you could choose for a blue bulb flower garden. The blooms of this beautiful blue flower are deep sky blue with cloudy petals of white, and they are graced with sunny yellow centers. These exceptional blue flowers are a must-have for anyone wanting blue bulb flowers.
The blooms of this wonderful blue bulb flower are larger than standard varieties, and they reach a maximum height of about seven inches. Plant giant glory of the snow flower bulbs in hardiness zones three through nine. You’ll be glorified by the presence of these blue beauties in early spring.
English bluebells are old-fashioned beautiful blue bulb flowers that are great for naturalizing an unmown area of your yard. They are simply stunning and are perfect for hard-to-mow hillsides. These blue gems are also beautiful in rock gardens, flower beds, and they make fantastic blue borders. The flowers of these dainty blue bulb flowers look like tiny blue cups, and they make a beautiful blue addition for those wanting a beautiful blue bulb flower garden.
Plant these charming blue bulb flowers in hardiness zones five through eight. English bluebells reach a height of about fourteen inches, and they’ll make their blue debut in late spring.
This exotic blue bulb flower is simply amazing. Allium is known for having a sphere of beautiful blooms that sit atop a strong sturdy stem. The flower is unique in itself, but the color of this blue bulb flower is absolutely magnificent. This is a true-blue bulb flower for those wanting a bulb flower that’s as blue as blue can be.
Consider planting azure alliums in hardiness zones four through eight. This dazzling blue flower will appear in early summer, and it reaches a maximum height of twenty-two stunning inches. Choose azure alliums if you want a blue bulb flower that’s unique and will bloom for up to four weeks in your yard or garden.
This blue bulb flower has an unusual name, and its beauty is just as unique. Camassia quamash is a beautiful shade of blue, and the blooms are shaped like stars. These shining blue stars will multiply year after year, and they make wonderful long-lasting cut flowers. Consider planting these blue bulb flowers as a backdrop for lower growing flowers in your yard or garden. They also make a wonderful blue border for a yard or garden.
Camassia quamash can be planted and successfully grown in hardiness zones two through eight. They reach an amazing height of about three feet. This blue bulb flower blooms in late spring, and it’s a fantastic choice for anyone wanting tall growing blue bulb flowers in their yard or garden.