Thursday, October 1, 2015

Fall bulb planting (Video)

Its getting around that time to plant your spring and summer bulbs, so here are some reminder tips on the do and do not when planting them.

Remember to label your plants because as much as we would like to believe we will not forget which plant went where – we do forget.

Make sure you plant bulbs where the drainage is good, and watch you do not over fertilizer – bone meal should be used according to the label.

Plant bulbs the required depth and spacing to get the best blooms. Remember the foliage and leaves need to be healthy in order for bulb to feed from at the end of the season for next years blooms.

If you can not plant your bulbs when you get them because of bad weather or to wet ground, store them in a cool, dry place with good ventilation to avoid mold or mildew.

Planting Bulbs in Fall The Bulb Lady (

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