Bulbs planted outdoors (tulips, daffodils, etc) or forced indoors (amaryllis, paperwhites).

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Planting Spring-Flowering Bulbs

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.

Growing Paperwhites Indoors

P. ALLEN SMITH in ARKANSAS Looking for something easy to grow indoors this fall? Allen Smith shows us a fast-growing plant that blooms and blooms.

Care of Bulbs after Blooming

U. ILLINOIS EXTENSION To ensure good bloom on your spring bulbs year after year, it’s important to allow them to recharge their energy by removing seed heads and leaving the foliage standing for at least 6-8 weeks after flowering. Learn more at the Illinois Extension website and on their extensive Youtube channel.

Planting Tulips in Pots

PORTLAND, OR From Gardentime TV: If you have trouble with rotting bulbs, esp. tulips. Here are some tips to help solve the problem.

Bluebells for Early Spring Color

U. ILLINOIS EXTENSION University of Illinois Extension Horticulturist, Greg Stack, discusses an early-blooming spring flower: bluebells (mertensia). Bluebells offer stunning blue blooms, but only last for several weeks. Learn more at the Illinois Extension website and on their extensive Youtube channel.

How to Grow Grape Hyacinths

NEW HAVEN, CT From Eric Larson of Yale’s Marsh Botanical Gardens, for Garden Clips. Daffodils shout “Spring!” even when winter is still gripping with blue-white fingers the last of the weeks in March. But Daffodils can appear even better when you add some contrast,which brings us to Muscari, or Grape-Hyacinth. The common name comes from …Read more »

Fall Bulb-Planting Tips

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS From the Chicago Botanic Garden. Now is the perfect time to plant spring bulbs. Benjamin Carroll, Chicago Botanic Garden Senior Horticulturist, shares tips on how to correctly plant bulbs to ensure beautiful springtime blooms.

Naturalizing the Lawn with Small Bulbs

INDIANA UNIVERSITY Prepare for spring with a fall planting of minor bulbs. Greg Speichert of Indiana University shows how to naturalize your spring lawn with small bulbs. Video sponsored by Osmocote.

Intro to Spring-Blooming Bulbs

U. NEBRASKA LINCOLN UNL Extension Landscape Horticulture Specialist Kim Todd shows 5 beautiful selections for bulbs. Visit UNL’s Backyard Farmer website¬†and Youtube Channel for more info.

How to Plant Amaryllis

BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS Amaryllis flowers add color to any home or garden. Learn how to grow amaryllis bulbs with these easy planting tips from Better Homes and Gardens! Start by placing your amaryllis bulb roots into potting soil. Bury so the upper half of your bulb is exposed. A stock will grow a few …Read more »

Plant Bulbs in your Lawn

BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS MAGAZINE Want a colorful lawn landscape that comes back year after year? Try planting naturalizing bulbs in your lawn rather than in flower beds. Watch as BHG shows you how to plant bulbs in your lawn. Crocus is the best of bulbs to plant — it usually blooms before lawns need …Read more »

Planting Amaryllis Bulbs

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