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Lilies
... here Lilies Lilies belong to the Genus Lilium and are considered true bulbs. The bulb consists of modified leaves that are called scales. The ... the species or variety of Lily. Lily bulbs come in a number of different forms. Concentric bulbs is the most common form. Majority of ... are mostly found in a few North American species. Most lily bulbs produce very thick, fleshy roots that have the ability to ...
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Snowdrop
... this last fall (or any fall before). That’s always the challenge of writing about bulbs or, in the case of Galanthus nivalis, corms. There’s a significant delay between the ... fact a corm. In common use, most thickened underground stems are called “bulbs,” but there is a real difference. True bulbs—lilies, daffodils, and onions, for example—are rounded, with fleshy internal layers ...
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Tesselaar Bulbs: Chinkerinchees and Silver Chimes plant care
... : True bulbs Planting time: Late Summer to Autumn Height: Chinks: 30-50cm Silver Chimes: 20-30cm Depth & spacing: Chinks: 8-10cm Silver Chimes: 5-8cm Aspect: Full sun. In warmer climates these bulbs ... keep soil slightly moist until foliage dies off after flowering. It is ideal to keep bulbs relatively dry whilst dormant. Fertilising: Top dress with a complete fertiliser each Autumn. Eg: Blood ...
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Tesselaar Bulbs: Daffodils plant care
... Bulbs: Daffodils plant care Home > Plant care and Growing Guides > Daffodils Daffodils (Including 'Jonquils' ) Botanical grouping: Narcissus Family: Amaryllidaceae Plant/bulb type: True bulbs Planting time: Late Summer to ... slightly moist until foliage dies off after flowering. It is ideal to keep bulbs relatively dry whilst dormant. Fertilising: Top dress with a complete fertiliser each Autumn. ...
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American Daffodil Society - Tips on Ordering Bulbs
... WWW Links DAFFNET E-mail For daffodil bulbs you will enjoy growing, please follow these few ... bulbs guaranteed true to name? 3) Compare Prices - Prices are not the same. Our opinion is that you do get what you pay for. Cheap bulbs are generally cheap for a reason.Smaller bulbs generally give smaller and fewer flowers. If it seems too good to be true ...
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What bulbs do well in mild winter areas of California? - California Gardening
... misperception that these are hurt by water during the summer. This is not true, and they will decline and eventually disappear if not given some summer watering ( ... Narcissus jonquilla Narcissus viridiflorus -- tiny yellow-green flowers; fall-blooming 2. Some other good bulbs: Allium neopolitanum ‘Cowanii’ FLOWERING ONION Allium sphaerocephalon DRUMSTICKS Anemone blanda GREEK WINDFLOWER Anemone ...
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Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Heirloom Bulbs—A Selection of Unique and Endangered Beauties
... bulbs grown here in America, or do you import them from the Netherlands?" If they are Dutch-grown, or cheap, you can be pretty sure they are not the true ... true light blue that may remind you of soft spring skies. And like all hyacinths, it is wonderfully fragrant. Today, hyacinths are the most endangered of all the major spring bulbs ... Sources: Old House Gardens - Heirloom Bulbs 536 Third St. Ann Arbor ...
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Information about fertilizing your bulbs
... bulbs come back for us year after year that they need no special attention. While it is true that bulbs can survive without fertilizer, they thrive when given this little bit of extra attention. You should fertilize your bulbs ...
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Dividing and Replanting Bulbs, Corms, Tubers and Rhizomes
... Screensavers][Recipes] [ **** The Gardener's Forum ****] Dividing and Replanting Bulbs, Corms, Tubers and rhizomes April 29,1998 Karen ... the bulbs to transplant later, or do I need to transplant right away? Would the same rules hold true for tulips and iris? Thank you, Karen *** Katelyn wrote: Dear Garden helper, I might be moving across the country soon and would like to take my many bulbs ...
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Bulbs and More - Spring Flowering Bulbs
... Bulbs and More - Spring Flowering Bulbs History Bulb Basics Planting & Care Spring Bulbs Selection Indoor Bulbs Bulb Pot Luck Landscaping Links Q & A Credits Spring Flowering Bulbs ... leaves; divided; dies down by midsummer Flower: no true petals - has petal-like sepals; daisy-like ... display gradually decreases each year - dig and discard bulbs as necessary; flowers too rigid for naturalizing; many ...
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