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Signs Of Spring Starting To Sprout

There’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.


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You Can Bank On Beauty At Winterthur

It’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.


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Colder Winter Means A Longer Wait For Spring

In cold winters like this, plants – even early bloomers – just wait a little longer.


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Time To Plant Bulbs

You can plant bulbs well into winter, but once the ground gets cold, it’s much harder to dig. So, do it now and you’ll be rewarded early blooms come Spring.


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Planting Bulbs Is A Bright Idea

This is the time to plant bulbs that will bloom come spring. And if you plant a lot in one place, you only have to dig one hole.



Full Disclosure About ‘Full Sun’

Even if your yard is shady all summer, you may have many more places to plant bulbs that need ‘Full Sun’ than you think.