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September 16, 2011

Fall bulbs will bring color and life to the spring garden


Fall is the time to plant the spring flowering bulbs. This includes tulip, hyacinth, daffodil, crocus and iris which will make a profusion of color in the spring. You can group bulbs throughout the landscape and they will accent and highlight the garden. When used in naturalized settings of tall evergreens or among trees and broadleaf evergreens, they are particularly effective. .

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Because they come in a variety of growing heights and a wide range of colors, their uses are as varied as their colors. Several types of varied heights and colors will create an array of beauty . You can also use bulbs in plantings of moss, ivy, vinca and low growing ground covers.

Bulbs can be effectively used in containers. They can provide spot color on the patio, in the entry area, near the driveway or in the home. Most varieties do equally well in the ground or in containers.

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Posted by Marilyn Renaker at September 16, 2011 7:33 AM
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