Planting Spring-Flowering Bulbs

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NATIONAL GARDENING ASSOCIATION
Across the country fall is the time to plant spring bulbs. To get great color and pop from your spring beauties, follow Charlie Nardozzi’s steps for designing, planting, and maintaining a bulb garden.

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  1. <path_to_url> Caroline Greenfield

    Shouldn’t the wire mesh go on top of the bulbs to prevents rodents from digging them up?

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  2. <path_to_url> Beth Robbins

    Here is a tip. After watching a squirrel dig up bulbs that I just planted, the old lady next door told me to sprinkle a few moth flakes in the hole. It stopped the critter. Bulbs are now safe.

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