Leave Bulb LeavesYou definitely don’t want to cut off tulip or daffodil leaves as they turn from green to brown.
5 Spring Bulbs To Plant In Your Garden NowMost planting is done earlier, but you can still find lots of hearty bulbs that are perfect for planting in the spring.
Easter Plants May Thrive Beyond EasterWhat to do with Easter plants? Try planting them!
Signs Of Spring Starting To SproutThere’s hope. Here come the bulbs! The tiny little bulbs with drooped white heads called ‘Snowdrops’ are starting to appear in some in places, if not in your yard yet.
Behead Bulbs For The Best BloomsWhy should you go around snipping or snapping the tops off your bulbs once the show is over?
Bulbs Barely BloomingSpring hasn’t just been short on flowers so far, many bulbs I’ve seen blooming seem stunted - with very short stems! What's up with that??
You Can Bank On Beauty At WinterthurIt’s called the March Bank at Winterthur, where a succession of bulbs heralds the spring in a dramatically simple way and, this year, it may last into April.
Poinsettias Past Their Prime Need A PushPoinsettias won’t leave on their own. You have to show them the door.
Colder Winter Means A Longer Wait For SpringIn cold winters like this, plants - even early bloomers - just wait a little longer.
Divide Bulbs Now For SpringEvery fall when I plant new bulbs I find old ones that need dividing - so I accomplish two tasks for the digging of one.
Let Bulb Leaves BrownEven after they've bloomed, a bulb's leaves absorb energy from the sun and turn it into food. That's why you have to let the leaves lie around until they've browned.
Garden Safety Tips For Your PetHere are some gardening safety tips to keep your dogs and cats healthy.

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