Bulbs like daffodils, tulips and hyacinths provide glorious colour in spring. However, they can be susceptible to rots, mildews, pests and general poor gardening, so it’s worth knowing how to identify problems so you can resolve them.
Not sure which spring bulbs to plant? Try a spring bulb pot for bees, or have a go at planting bulbs in lawns, for a more natural look. For something more unusual, check out these parrot and fringed tulips to grow.
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