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House plants Forced Bulbs
... bulbs require a "chilling period". This is a time when the bulb is dormant in a cool environment, simulating it's natural underground winter home in cold soil. Most bulbs ... bulbs freeze. Chill your pots for 12 to 15 weeks. This is the minimum period, but they can be chilled for more. Different bulbs will require varying periods for chilling. Note: You can chill bulbs before ...
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Get Growing Gardening Tips 66- Forcing Bulbs
... 6 to 8 weeks or more to allow the bulbs root system to become established. Newly acquired or bought bulbs such as hyacinth bulbs will require no further treatment because they will already have been treated so they will flower during the winter. Similarly, paper white narcissi do not require ...
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Bulbs how what when and where to plant
... bulbs prefer to be planted in sunny spots, but you will find that they will also grow with some shade.Easy to grow, bulbs require ... bulbs may be brought indoors when the flowering commences. FEEDING - The major cause of failure to flower is under- feeding of bulbs. Like most plants they require ...
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The difference between hardy bulbs and tender bulbs
... of hardy bulbs include daffodils, scilla (wood hyacinth), muscari (grape hyacinth) and crocus. Tender bulbs require a bit more work. With tender blooming bulbs, a gardener must plant these bulbs each year and dig them up and store them before the winter cold sets in. While tender bulbs require ...
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Tesselaar Bulbs: spring flower bulb plant care
... Most Spring flower bulbs require a freely draining soil. You can raise the beds to improve drainage or plant in pots if your soil is soggy. Position: Most bulbs require full sun to light shade. Generally heavier shade produces taller (and softer) stems. In warmer climates, most bulbs tolerate greater levels of shade. Watering: Most Spring bulbs like their ...
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Bulbs and More - Planting and Care
... early spring bulbs bloom before most trees or shrubs leaf out, they can successfully be planted under trees and shrubs. Many summer blooming bulbs require full sun or partial shade. Spring bulbs planted on a south slope will bloom earlier than the same bulbs planted on a north slope. Spring bulbs planted on a ...
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Bulbs and More - Spring Flowering Bulbs
... to Plant: bulb; plant 6 inches deep and 6 to 12 inches apart (smaller species bulbs require more shallow placement) Habit: upright; 6 to 24 inches Foliage: about 3/4 inch wide ... inches apart in fall; deep planting (within reason) discourages bulbs multiplication and encourages good-sized flowers for several years; species tulips usually require shallower planting Habit: upright or clumped; 6 to 30 ...
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The Gardener's Network: Tiger Lily Flowers
... Shop For: Gardening: Annual Seeds Perennials Seeds Vegetable Seeds Herb Seeds Organic Seed/Supply Flower Bulbs Composters Greenhouses Houseplants Planters Raised Beds Supplies Tools Yard & Deck: Grills Hammocks Hose Carts/Reels ... when in bloom in a large, close together patch of bright orange flowers. Tiger Lilies require little attention. They prefer moist to wet soils. That's why they grow so well ...
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Explore Cornell - Home Gardening - How to Grow Bulbs - Caring for Bulbs
... Explore Cornell - Home Gardening - How to Grow Bulbs - Caring for Bulbs Search Cornell Home Gardening How to Grow Bulbs Caring for Bulbs 4 of 4 prev next Most spring-flowering bulb care is aimed ... foliage and roots. Staking Some tall, heavy-flowered plants may require staking for support. Be careful not to damage the bulbs when inserting stakes. Mulching Cover spring-flowering bulb plantings with 2 ...
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Forcing small bulbs indoors
... time. All bulbs from cool climates require a period of cold to set their bloom. Tropical bulbs like amaryllis, the brilliant holiday flower, do not. But the miniature bulbs of species tulips, daffodils, squills, snowdrops, crocus, grape hyacinths, bulb iris and hyacinths will require from ...
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