The Bulb Planting Season Is Now Here!
The bulb planting season is now here and it is time to get those bulbs planted ready for a blaze of colour next spring.
Last year I purchased a large bag of mixed daffodils and narcissus bulbs, by early January they were showing signs of life and for a couple of months we had a great show of colour! I will be adding to this collection very soon as it really gives a wonderful great start to a garden in the spring.
As you probably know, bulbs have to be left ideally at least six weeks after flowering to allow the leaves to die down and put the goodness back into the bulb for next year. If you cut your bulbs down to early you will suffer from poor flowers or possibly no flowers at all. For this reason, when I plant bulbs I normally try and plant against the fence or hedge so that when the bulbs are dying down they are not so noticeable in the garden. I have seen in many gardens where they have bulbs in the centre of the lawn and they look wonderful, the problem comes when they start dying down and you have to look at an untidy looking lawn with long grass and bulbs growing against a nice manicured lawn.
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