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Ive got quite a few Tulip & Daffodil bulbs left over that I didnt get around to planting last Autumn. They have been stored indoors in a cardboard box, and are in good condition. Is it too late to plant them out into tubs? If so, will they keep till
long they take to appear please? once the lillies have flowered and been dead headed do they flower again ,or should i take the bulbs out and save for planting next year. Once the lilly bulbs have flowered and the foliage is diminishing is it best
Elin, do you mean daffodil bulbs that have not been planted and have sprouted in the pack? The answer is yes. You won't get much this year but they may recover and grow well next year. If your going to plant them and leave them there for ever
starting out and think the plants we receive for £4.90 are great. I have sent for quite a lot of them over the past year or so and when I have looked at how much I'm saving versus the garden centre its amazing....I mainly send for the bulbs, perennials
As the title explains please could you have a look and identify the bulb. would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Sorry Flowering rose i cant see your reply Might be orthinogalum, star of Bethlehem, which has 6 petals. I'm sorry your pic's quite
My aunt has given me a lot of iris bulbs but it's a bit late for potting now (read somewhere that planting time is Aug/Sept. Is it ok to keep these in a cool dark place (was thinking of the garden shed, wrapped in a paper bag) until the spring
My be with all this rain this year next year's daffodil's will have some flowers not like the display we had this year mostly blind. oldchippy- I do know what you mean,very poor year for daffrs this year. That's why I'm not buying any this year, all those that didn't perform I'm ...
Hi all,after recently moving home at the end of november,we had to sadly leave the greenhouse behind.With money being tight at the moment ive had to resort to buying one of those 4 tier zip up greenhouse,and using the shed.My question is that if i start of my baskets in the shed,...