Posted: 22/08/2014 at 20:58
Okay....I'll just do the indoor ones, if that's alright.
Be sure to buy 'prepared' bulbs for indoor growing. These are a tad more expensive as they have been kept in cold storage over the summer...when they are planted in the autumn, their body clocks tell them it's spring - hence prepared.
You will ask at some stage, 'can I plant them in the garden after they have finished flowering indoors'..truth is, it takes another year for their clocks to be put right.
Hope that makes sense.