Planting Spring Blooming Bulbs
Fall is the only time to get such beauties as tulip, daffodil and hyacinth.
When planting be sure to add bone meal or Bulb Tone to the bottom of each planting hole to ensure years of success.
A great way to make your planting look random is to roll out a handful of bulbs (golf balls work great too) and then plant where your toss lays. This results in a natural look.
Massing bulbs is the best way to make them look great.
Here’s a helpful guide on how to plant bulbs. Call or stop in for a guide on how to force bulbs in containers inside the house so you have them blooming in late winter.
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