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Tips for Planting Your Favorite Bulbs
early spring bulbs in your lawn is a fun way to add a boost of color to your landscape. Siberian squill, snow crocus, and snowdrops bloom and finish before your grass needs its first mowing. So you can plant them for carefree color. Note: If you grow
or back. The redbud tree provides needed shade for the astilbes and other shade-loving perennials, while the lavender and penstemon are placed in full sun. Daffodils, hyacinths, and snowdrops are optional but highly recommended.
October Gardening Tips for the Mountain West and High Plains
Spotlight the small. Tuck bulbs with diminutive proportions, such as miniature iris, glory of the snow, crocus, and snowdrops , into places where you'll be able to see them from indoors or planting beds near driveways or sidewalks. 4. Save a few
March Tips: The Southwest
forsythia, and redbud to coax into bloom indoors before branches are in full flower outside. Watch for bulb blossoms: crocus, snowdrops , daffodils, hyacinths, and tulips. Gather some stems to brighten your home. Snip spent blooms so plants focus energy
How to Grow Bulbs in Containers
pack more punch in one pot by mixing types of bulbs. Plant your bigger bulbs, such as tulips and daffodils, deeper. Cover them with soil, then plant smaller bulbs, such as crocus, grape hyacinth, or snowdrops , directly above them.
Perennial Plant Combinations
partnership, tuck bulbs around existing plants in the fall . Other reliable bulbs for extra early-spring color include snowdrops , crocus, Scilla, Puschkinia, narcissus, and Eranthis. See more early-spring bloomers. Beat the Heat If you live in