Posted: 21/11/2015 at 09:10
I am going to do the same B3.
I have relatively few bulbs in the rest of my garden because I tend to dig them up accidently and because I don't like tatty foliage after flowering.
However, a dedicated cut flower bed will allow me to plant tulips hyacinths and various narcissi in tidy rows ( & close together) where they can remain undisturbed and allow for nice early pickings.
I will sow other annuals / perrenials for planting out between the rows of bulbs for summer & autumn picking. Thinking of antirhinums, cornflower, ammi majus, coreopsis, rubeckia, marigolds, stocks. These are all easy to grow & should nicely supplement greenery, roses etc I can pick in the rest of the garden.