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Deciding on the best time to plant bulbs depends on where you live. In colder climates, plant your spring blooms in the fall, before the ground freezes, usually late September to October. Plant summer bloomers in the late spring, once the ground thaws.




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Did someone say, tulip time? To prepare for beautiful spring blooms like tulips, daffodils, hyacinths and irises, these flower bulbs must be planted in fall. Enter Dutch Grown. With four generations of experience, Dutch Grown knows a thing or two about popular flower bulbs like


Though it started as a wildflower seed company, American Meadows also offers an exceptional variety of healthy, well-chosen flower bulbs. Their website allows you to narrow your choices by those that will thrive in your gardening zone, and provides plenty of information on planting and caring for your bulbs.


Longfield Gardens sells bulbs for outdoor and indoor planting. Amaryllis growers will find a wide selection available in fall and early winter. Other unique offerings include crinum lilies and fritillarias. Before buying bulbs, read their detailed information on growing all types of flowers.


The Van Bourgondien family started growing tulips in Holland almost 200 years ago. Since then, seven generations of the family have developed a business providing quality flower bulbs and plants to the public at Dutchbulbs.com. They also sell a variety of bare-root perennials that make lovely companions for flowering bulbs.


Flower bulbs are a gardener's delight because they signal earth's re-awakening after a cold, dark winter. Fill your spring with blooms that have been carefully tested by our research team and selected because they've been proven to perform.


Flower bulbs are all-inclusive containers, holding everything needed to create the stems, leaves, blooms and other structures of their flowers. These are organs that are used by the plants to hibernate, storing moisture and nutrients that allow it to maintain life throughout winter. Bulbs also allow for multiplication through splitting.


Many of the plants we think of as growing "from a bulb," such as allium, tulips, daffodils, and grape hyacinths have all their necessary components packed into a bulb similar to garlic or onion bulbs. If you slice a true flower bulb in half, you'll see multiple layers.The bottom of the bulb is made up of a short section of stem called the basal plate, from which the stem and roots grow. The bud of the flower sits in the center of the bulb. The layers surrounding the bud, called scales, are bases of leaves that are ready to grow.


Some plants that are colloquially referred to as "bulbs'' are actually grown from corms or rhizomes, not true bulbs. Crocuses are grown from corms, small underground stems without visible rings, which divide quickly. Plants with tuberous roots, like caladiums and dahlias, store energy in their actual roots, growing from eyes like potatoes.


Flower bulbs are some of the easiest plants to grow: you simply place them in the ground at the right time (we'll send you your bulbs when they are ready to plant) and wait for them to emerge. In order to plant your flower bulbs, you'll only need a good location and appropriate soil.


Actually planting flower bulbs is quite easy. Loosen the soil, and add any amendments necessary to ensure well-drained, 'healthy' soil. If your soil is particularly alkaline or full of clay, lime can be a useful tool in adding acidity and drainage. If you have poor soil quality, mix in compost to increase the nutrient levels of your garden.


To set each bulb, dig a hole two to three times as deep as the bulb is tall. So, for small half-inch crocus corms, dig a hole about one to one-and-a-half inches deep. Large tulip bulbs that may be two inches will get a hole at least four inches deep. Set each bulb with the pointed end facing up, then cover with soil and mulch.


Some bulbs should be planted in fall, and some in spring. Bulbs purchased from Spring Hill Nursery will be shipped to you at the correct planting time, helping to take the guesswork out of planting them.


Typically, fall-planted bulbs bloom in early, mid or late spring, while spring-planted bulbs bloom mid to late summer. Spring-planted bulbs should be planted after all danger of frost has passed.. Most fall bulbs can be planted when temperatures remain in the 40s all day. Planting them in fall, after the weather turns cool but before the ground freezes, allows them to build roots before a truly frigid winter sets in.


You can also "force" several kinds of bulbs by planting them in pots and growing them indoors. Forcing is particularly effective with daffodils, amaryllis, hyacinths, and other early-flowering spring bulbs. Plant your bulbs in soil-filled containers before winter, and keep the pots in a cool and dry location. Don't leave them outside to freeze, though. Containers don't offer the same protection as ground soil. When you are ready to force your bulbs, begin watering them, and set them in a sunny, warm location to simulate springtime.


Order with complete confidence. We select and ship only the finest quality bulbs, plants, and trees. We pack them carefully to ensure they arrive safely. If you are not pleased with your purchase, please call us at (513)-354-1510 or email us at service@springhillnursery.com and our Customer Service representatives will be happy to help you obtain a merchandise credit. Your order is important to us, and we want you, our customer, to be completely satisfied.


Enjoy weekly deals and the best prices on flower bulbs in our Deals of the Week! We're always adding new items to our deals of the week, and you'll find Holland Bulb Farms is the best place to buy flower bulbs online! Backed by our 100% grow guarantee, shopping our deals of the week is the best way to get guaranteed blooms in your garden for the best price!


Order with complete confidence. We select and ship only the finest quality bulbs, plants, and trees. We pack them carefully to ensure they arrive safely. If you are not pleased with your purchase, please call us at (812)-260-2148 or email at service@michiganbulb.com and our Customer Service representatives will be happy to help you obtain a merchandise credit. Your order is important to us, and we want you, our customer, to be completely satisfied.


Order with complete confidence. We select and ship only the finest quality bulbs, plants, and trees. We pack them carefully to ensure they arrive safely. If you are not pleased with your purchase, please call us at (812) 260-2148 or email us at service@michiganbulb.com and our Customer Service representatives will be happy to help you obtain a merchandise credit. Your order is important to us, and we want you, our customer, to be completely satisfied.


Founded 1882, we are one of the oldest and most respected flower bulb growers and exporters in the Netherlands. At DutchGrown.com we have been successfully growing and exporting high quality flower bulbs for over 130 years!


If you're looking to buy bulbs online or want to to visit a garden nursery in the UK to buy your bulbs for the year ahead, here is a selection of some of the best bulb suppliers both in the UK and Europe offering a good choice of spring bulbs for autumn planting


There are lots of wonderful nurseries both in the UK and in Europe who have an amazing range of spring bulbs for sale online and in store. If you're looking to buy bulbs and need advice on planting, it might be worth visiting a garden nursery and talking to the staff so you can choose the right bulbs for your garden situation.


Regular award winner with an impressive range of bulbs that includes many favourites alongside more unusual bulbs, rhizomes and corms, such as Dichelostemma from northwest America and the star-like Ornithogalum, including O. pyrenaicum or Bath asparagus, native to the west of England. Good pollinator-friendly choices are flagged up with a bee logo.


Full range of bulbs including exclusive collections chosen for specific locations or themes. But perhaps the real joy here is the Special Bulb List of more unusual choices, including an extensive selection of miniature daffodils, which are proving increasingly popular.


With four generations of experience DutchGrown promise only bulbs of the highest quality, being top-size bulbs, to ensure optimum performance. They offer a unique assortment of flower bulbs to be planted in Autumn: tulip, narcissi, crocus, allium and hyacinth bulbs being the most familiar but further specialities include scilla (bluebells), Leucojum (summer snowflake), Eremurus (foxtail lily), anemone, Muscari (grape hyacinth) and Fritillaria.


The nursery at the garden sells a small selection of bulbs for autumn planting. These have been supplied by other trusted bulb companies but you can be assured that the choices here will be good ones and thoroughly proven in their garden worthiness by the Dixter gardeners.


Good range of bulbs from this award-winning nursery with a number of new introductions to the 2020 range and planting advice for each genus. While you are perusing the spring-flowering selection, note that Harts is known for its award-winning displays of lilies so take a look at its range, including oriental lilies, species lilies and martagon types (order this winter for delivery and planting come spring).


Large and wide-ranging selection of autumn-planted bulbs, especially narcissi and tulips, including a good selection of species tulips. Nursery at Clamp Hill in Middlesex can also be visited for picking up orders.


As a Dutch company working with a small group of organic growers, Natural Bulbs offers a good range of spring-flowering bulbs, including a selection specifically chosen for bumblebees and bees, and another with varieties chosen for their suitability to naturalising and landscaping schemes.


Along with its full range of organic seeds, veg, fruit and plants, the Organic Gardening Catalogue includes a small but perfectly formed collection of organically produced bulbs, including the insect-pleasing Camassia leichtlinii. 041b061a72


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