Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Planting bulb for the Springs a sign of optimism.

 Well I am a bit sore today I spent the good part of today digging holes and  place springs bulbs in the ground and preparing for spring.  I read once that planting bulbs in the fall is a great sign of optimism.  Hoping of course that the Flowers will bloom. Those who know me can agree I am  a fairly hopeful person.

How To Plant Spring Flowering Bulbs Well I planted about 800 hundred bulbs, not as many as last year, ( I planted 1200, last fall )  Even from my perspective that is a great deal of plants. However in favor of fall plantings Spring flowering bulbs offer a reliable colorful display just when you need it most and they require very little effort.

Choose bulbs suited to your area and many will improve year after year. The trick to growing large, Spring flowering bulbs offer a reliable colorful display just when you need it most and they require very little effort. For example I planted lilies last this, they did not bloom in the springs. So this year I am only planting flowers that did well last year. Tulips, springs and summer ground covers and daffodils.  I purchased most of my bulbs from
American Meadows. and White Flower Farms There are still good buys out there for you avid gardeners. check out Holland Bulb Farm  Blessings from Susie with a shovel at the Angel at Rose Hall




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