Now that the days are filled with crisp fall air, pumpkins on porches and candy apples to eat, we plan on cutting back, cleaning out, and seperating plants but we alo have to stop and think about Spring too.
So plant some bulbs!
There are so many to choose from, tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, snowdrops, crocus, and allium to mention a few. Pick your favorites, then choose a location where they will get the light they require for the specific flower.
Usually a bulb should be placed two to three times deeper than it’s size but be sure to check the package of whichever bulb you are planting for detailed instructions.
The hardest part about growing bulbs is waiting all winter to finally see them bloom.
When spring arrives and your flowers begin to blossom, you will know it was worth the wait.
No matter how long the winter, spring is sure to follow. ~Proverb