Design Idea: Try Them in Containers-Most bulbs do just as well in containers as they do in the ground. Create pots of spring joy with your favorite tulips, daffodils, and hyacinths by sinking them in the ground so they get winter cold or storing the containers in a cold garage or storage shed. When the bulbs fade, replace them with warm-weather favorites such as callas, cannas, or caladiums for summer-long beauty.

Tips for Planting Your Favorite Bulbs

Create pots of spring joy with your favorite tulips, daffodils, and hyacinths by sinking them in the ground so they get winter cold or stori.

Tulip Container :  I used 50 bulbs in my 17 inch container and next year when they bloom it will be nothing short of spectacular. I chose the variety 'Menton' because I like the salmon pink color.

Tulip Container : 50 bulbs in 17 inch container and next year when they bloom it will be nothing short of spectacular. the variety 'Menton' for salmon pink color.

How to Plant Bulbs in a Container - planting in fall and leaving outside during winter will bring forth better blooms because of the exposure to winter cold!

Planting Bulbs in Containers

How to Plant Bulbs in a Container - planting in fall and leaving outside during winter will bring forth better blooms because of the exposure to winter cold. Need to remember this when we tear out the side garden

When To Plant Tulips, Daffodils, And Other Flower Bulbs

When To Plant Tulips, Daffodils, And Other Flower Bulbs

You don't need a garden to plant beautiful flowering spring bulbs. With these tips you can plant your bulbs in containers. Store them for the winter, and bring them out in the spring for a wonderful show of brilliant colors. Options include tulips, daffodils, hyacinth, alliums, and more. Get them ready in the fall and you'll be so glad you did when spring rolls around! #sponsored

How To Plant Bulbs In Containers

Love this ** You don't need a garden to plant beautiful flowering spring bulbs. With these ti.

The right time to plant your tulip bulbs is fall, just before the weather turns cold.    If you plant tulip bulbs right, you will enjoy them each...

A Tulip Pail -- Brighten any day with our overflowing pail of A terrific greeting, our fancy Dutch Tulips come in a mixture of vivid colors.

Put off buying bulbs and you risk missing out on the best colors or unique varieties—you might also be left with bulbs that are not in peak condition. | This chart is synced to the USDA Climate Hardiness Zone Map. Follow the color key to know when to plant spring-flowering bulbs in your area. | Illustration: Jensine Eckwall

Tips for Getting the Most Out of Flower Bulbs

Get the Timing Right-Spring-blooming bulbs, such as tulips and daffodils should be planted in September or October, when the soil temperatures have cooled.    Summer-blooming beauties such as dahlia and gladiolus are best planted in the spring, after all danger of frost has passed.

Tips for Planting Your Favorite Bulbs

Plant dahlias and glads in the spring. Plant tulips in the fall. For even greater success, plant bulbs & mix compost in with the soil.

Spring will be a little more beautiful with some colorful flowering bulbs. Before the ground freezes in the fall, it's time to order bulbs and get them planted. This beginner guide will get you started. And, you don't need a garden. You can also plant spring bulbs including daffodils, tulips, and hyacinth in containers. #sponsored

Bulbs 101 For Beginners

Spring will be a little more beautiful with some colorful flowering bulbs. Before the ground freezes in the fall, it's time to order bulbs and get them planted. This beginner guide will get you started. You can also plant spr

Bulb-stacking for more blooms...I can't wait for spring!

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When you are stacking your bulbs remember to put the largest blubs on the bottom and smaller bulbs on the top. Remember to choose a sunny, well draining con

You don't need a garden to plant beautiful flowering spring bulbs. With these tips you can plant your bulbs in containers. Store them for the winter, and bring them out in the spring for a wonderful show of brilliant colors. Options include tulips, daffodils, hyacinth, alliums, and more. Get them ready in the fall and you'll be so glad you did when spring rolls around!

How To Plant Bulbs In Containers

Plant Spring-Flowering Bulbs In Containers I started planting spring-flowering bulbs in containers after many failed attempts to stop the squirrels from stealing bulbs planted in the ground.

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