Distinguishing bulbs in an overgrown garden
I recently moved to my grandmother's house. She used to have beautiful gardens all over the yard but she is unable to take care of them anymore and most of the beds are mix of plants and weeds. One bed in particular is spring bulbs. Tulips, daffodils, hyacinths...but they are randomly (and sparsley) spread throughout the bed. My question is, if I dig them up to rearrange the design of the bed, will I be able to tell which is which? Do they look different enough?
Hi, Well at this time of year, none of the bulbs you list will have any foliage above ground. You'll find their bulbs below ground when you dig. You can move them now if you like. Bulbs like these produce foliage and flowers in the spring and early summer only.
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