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Don’t you just love spring? Cool mornings, bright green lawns brushed with nature’s paintbrush of various flowering hues. Spring-flowering bulbs, such as Spring-flowering bulbs, such as tulips, daffodils, hyacinths and more make a welcome addition to any landscape but they must be planted in the fall to enjoy in the Spring garden!
Elizabeth Flasnick saved to Landscape
Cassandra Ruffalo saved to garden and flower beds
Planting flower bulbs in containers is a great way to add color to your garden. Here are the 10 best bulbs for containers. #containergardening #containergarden #bulbs #flowergarden #flowerbulbs
by Brittany Goldwyn saved to HOME // Gardening
Learn about the different types of flower bulbs and how to plant, grow and care for them. Get design tips and helpful hints.
Stephanie Kawula saved to Gardens & Landscapes
What To Do With Tulips AFTER They Bloom to keep them healthy for next year. #deadhead #tulips #cutback #foliage #fertilize #landscape #bulbs #mulch #thisismygarden
Ginger Grappone saved to Flowers
Use our bloom time chart to select flower bulbs that will blossom at different times during the growing season. It's the best way to make sure you always have something beautiful in bloom.
Carissa Lawrence saved to Garden Board
This bloom time planning guide makes it easy to select flower bulbs that will blossom at different times during the growing season. Plan ahead so you always have something beautiful in bloom.
Kate Jones saved to For the garden
Daffodils are delicate spring-flowering bulbs that grow best under great planting conditions. Learn the proper planting time of your daffodils bulbs.
Virginia Badorek saved to Gardening
Read all about what type of bulbs to plant in spring, the flowers and ideal growing conditions for bulbs that should be planted in Spring for Summer growth
If you have to plant more than ten tulips, save your hands (and back) and plant how we do with the trenching method. Trenching method is just as it sounds. Instead of digging one small hole for each of your tulips, you dig a trench big enough to hold them all, pop your bulbs in and cover it back up. Done. There are a few more specifics that I will divulge underneath, but I appreciate the trench method because I can plant multiple varieties at once. This comes in handy for flower farming and…
Danae Pepple saved to Gardening