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I bought 4 bulbs and when they arrived the leaves looked good but the roots were wrapped around the pot right up to the top.Should I try to untangle the roots before planting .I am going to plant the 4 in 1 pot.
I planted this iris many years ago just 4 bulbs and moved them into a mixed pot a couple of years ago . Everyone commented on them this year and I'd really like to plant some more. Can anyone name it please?
Hello there, as an amateur gardener living in a basement flat with a patio/courtyard I am limited for choice with planting. I planted some bulbs in February and they have flowered beautifully mostly getting sun on top of my shed! Now
Just thought I would let everyone know that spring bulbs have arrived at Homebase today! So if you want to get planting early or want to force some Daff bulbs inside for winter now is the time to do it Hi Matt, Saw spring bulbs too in Wilkos & B
Hi I planted some bulbs in last autumn. Being a novice I forgot to write down what they are. no flower has appeared and all I have aid what looks like a 2ft blade of grass. Any ideas what this could be? Thanks It could be a 2' blade of grass
Ive had a wonderful show this year with my first attempt with these winter flowering bulbs but Ive been told that they cannot be lifted and planted next year and should be thrown away. This seems a shame as I lift store and re pot all my other
my lad brought this back from boys brigade the other week it is now shooting up but no one knows what he has planted any ideas, thanks Looks a bit like a whole garlic bulb has been planted, with each clove sending up a separate stem of leaves
I naturalised bulbs in my lawn several years ago. A couple of years ago we started to alter the front garden and where the bulbs were was where all the rubbish was put and even a bonfire. Now we have laid a new lawn and just the other day several
The huge bulbs of hippeastrum already have the flowerbud inside, so they couldn't be simpler to grow. All you need to do is pot it up, water thoroughly and stand the hippeastrum in a well-lit place to enjoy its spectacular blooms. Hippeastrum bulbBulb
christmassy, I get all bulby! I also love being out in the garden with the kids. So what better way to enjoy my two great loves than to plant spring bulbs with my children?I'd definitely recommend writing with bulbs. Even tiny kids tend to recognise their own