Planting Caladium Bulbs – Let’s get a head start :)



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Caladiums are a wonderful plant to grow in a part shade area. The coloured leaves really add a lot of interest to the garden. Starting them a little early indoors in the spring gives them that jump start they need to really knock everything out of the park 🙂

They grow well in containers as well as directly in the garden.

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planting tulip bulbs in pots



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A quick look at planting tulip bulbs in pots in the autumn/early winter, flowering fully in the following spring.
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I have planted this pot numerous times over the last few years with bulbs, sweet peas etc but have never emptied the soil, so it’s impossible for me to say what the drainage situation is at the bottom. It’s safe to say that it’s does drain ok as the bulbs and other things that have gone in there have all done well. Make sure your pots have good drainage so the water can an escape through the hole/holes at the bottom of the pot.
Anytime I’ve needed to top up the soil level I’ve used well rotted compost created on site.

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Edible Alliums – Planting Fall Bulbs



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How to grow Freesias: Jeff Turner plants Freesia bulbs for Summer flower displays



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Jeff Turner plants corms into pots in this simple how to plant Freesia video guide.

Freesias are great flowering bulbous plants that will add plenty of character and spice to the summer garden. Our fragrant Freesias are ideal for borders and pots and they also make marvellous cut flowers. With Jeff’s help, you’ll find these great plants are effortless to grow. Why not plant at intervals of 7-10 days to give you a continual display of flowers for the vase.

The UK’s leading mail order plant and bulb supplier J. Parker’s are in collaboration with regional personality Jeff Turner of Granada’s gardener’s Question Time North West to offer our customers great practical advice alongside our top quality products.

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How To Care For Daffodils Once They Finish Blooming



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Wondering what to do with your daffodils after they’re done flowering? Marianne Binetti shows you how to replant your daffodils and keep them blooming for next season.

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How to Layer Spring Flowering Bulbs: Lasagna Planting with Jeff



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Planting layered spring bulbs, also known as lasagna planting or double decker pots, is a great way to get a fabulous spring display or a staggered display that lasts several months and keeps delivering colour to your patio.

You can do this with any spring flowering bulbs and really get creative with the combinations you choose. We selected some traditional favourites for our own display, with Triumph Tulips, Dwarf Narcissi Tete-a-Tete, Bedding Hyacinth Mixed and finally large flowering crocus mixed.

Getting a long lasting pot display really couldn’t be easier, and we’ve put together this complete video tutorial from our expert Jeff Turner to show you exactly how to get the best from your spring patio displays.

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How to Plant Canna Bulbs



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HOW TO PLANT CANNA BULBS

Learn how to plant canna bulbs from Hans Langeveld, co-founder of Longfield Gardens. Hans will teach you:

– About canna bulbs
– Where to plant canna bulbs
– How to plant canna bulbs
– When to plant canna bulbs

ABOUT CANNA BULBS

Cannas can grow up to 8 feet tall providing a colorful backdrop to you garden. Cannas have eyes that produce the sprouts where the flowers will come from. When inspecting a quality canna bulb, you should find 3-5 eyes for best results.

HOW TO PLANT CANNA BULBS

When you plant cannas, you want to make sure you first locate the eyes on the canna bulb (also referred to as a ‘rhizome’). If you find all the eyes facing in the same general direction, plant it with the eyes facing upwards. If you cannot locate the eyes very easily, or they’re shooting in all directions, then the next best thing to do is plant it flat, or sideways, and the eyes will find their way to the surface. When you’re planting cannas, dig a hole three to four inches deep (approximately 2 inches below the soil line) and plant them ten to twelve inches apart so they have room to develop.

WHERE TO PLANT CANNA BULBS

Canna work wonderfully as anchors to the back of your flower bed, grouped together for a showy splash of color, or along walkways. Dwarf cannas work well in containers and their exotic-looking flowers are magnets for hummingbirds. Even though cannas will grow in partial shade, they’re sun lovers at heart and will perform best in full sun.

WHEN TO PLANT CANNA BULBS

It is best to wait until the frost in Spring is gone, and plant a week or so after. Canna are tropical plants that love warm soil and the hot sun, but be careful, they also love water so be sure keep them hydrated for color from late summer through the first frost.

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3 Tips You Need To Grow Garlic At Home From Seed, Cloves, Bulbs | GardenFork



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Planting Summer Bulbs – Wisconsin Garden Video Blog 767



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See More Garden Goodies: – – – With all the rain we’ve had, we are finally planting summer bulbs. We decided to start planting in and around our Library garden area. In addition to Canna & Calla lilies we will add several perennials to anchor this special new section of our Wisconsin garden. We’re including adding a couple of Husker Red, Coreopsis, Coral Bells and some ground cover in the horse shoe garden that surrounds our brand new Free Book Library. We will be amending the soil with leaf mulch from last fall, with lots of compost, peat moss, Azomite and worm castings. Will put the final touches on the library bench and add a new sign promoting our neighborhood book exchange.

If you’d like to donate one of your favorite books, simply add your first or full name on the inside cover along with your city, state, or country and an inspirational message, we will proudly add your book to our family friendly neighborhood free book library. Send it to: Wisconsin Garden, % Lynn & Richard, 13720 Keefe Avenue, Brookfield, Wisconsin 53005. We thank you in advance for participating.

Dividing and Planting Spring Blooming Bulbs



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Plant daffodils, tulips, dutch iris, crocus, hyacinths, freesia, lillies and more in the fall for beautiful spring color outdoors or for a cheery display indoors during dreary winter months. Already have bulbs? Tricia shows you how to keep your plantings healthy by digging and dividing.

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How to Plant Gladioli bulbs: Jeff demonstrates how to plant Dwarf Gladioli corms



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In this video Jeff walks us through how to plant Dwarf Gladioli, planting corms in a large pot.

Dwarf Gladioli nanus are an excellent choice for early flowering summer bulbs. They are a particularly attractive choice for the border with a beautiful array of colours and will make excellent cut flowers. They should be sheltered against severe weather conditions and lifted for storage over winter.

The UK’s leading mail order plant and bulb supplier J. Parkers are in collaboration with regional personality Jeff Turner of Granada’s gardener’s Question Time North West to offer our customers great practical advice alongside our top quality products.

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How to plant Fritillaria Meleagris: Jeff Turner’s advice on Snakeshead Fritillaria bulbs



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In this how-to video planting guide, Jeff talks us through how to plant these popular Fritillaria bulbs in your garden for a unique Spring display.

Fritillaria flowers have a distinctive and elegant drooping bell-shape and unusual colours. They naturalise and multiply well making them great for adding something a bit different to your garden.

Fritillaria Meleagris, or Snake’s Head Fritillaria is an ever popular variety, with bell shaped flowers and unusually shaped pendants, excellent in deep purple or pure white for an intriguing addition to your Spring garden display. Below you can find this variety and many other great Fritillaria products to choose from.

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8,000 Bulbs! Late Fall Planting for a Beautiful Spring at Monticello



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When do you get ready for spring? At Monticello, our flower gardeners are at it October through December every year, planting 8,000 bulbs to ensure a beautiful bloom season.

How and When to Plant Tulip Bulbs – Ace Hardware



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Tulips are a great way to bring color to your yard. Best part is their easy to plant yourself. Watch as Lou Manfredini, Ace’s Home Expert, shows you the tips and products that make planting fast, effective and squirrel free!

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RHS Malvern Spring Festival | Master Grower | Avon Bulbs



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After a long winter and difficult spring growing season, the Somerset-based, family-run nursery, Avon Bulbs, which specialises in “interesting and uncommon” bulbs and plants, is putting the finishing touches to its RHS Malvern Spring Festival showpiece.

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Planting Hyacinth bulbs for Christmas – Holiday Gift Ideas



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Today we are planting Hyacinth bulbs for Christmas. Nothing beats Hyacinth at Christmas for that sweet aroma when you walk into a decorated room. These spring bulbs fill the room not only with a fantastic smell but with bright colours at typically is a dull time within the gardening year.

In this episode, I show you multiple ways in which I am planting Hyacinth bulbs for Christmas. We take a look at all the ways to plant and what you can plant them in, I also share all my tips for planting hyacinths and getting them to flower in time for Christmas.

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