Growing flower bulbs is an issue related to any gardener. Bulbs are easy to plant and don’t require special care. The best time to plant the bulbs is exactly now or in the autumn.
Dealing with your flower bulbs is the best way to start an amazing flower garden. Remember always to choose the largest bulbs, because they are more mature and create large and healthy flowers.
The area for planting the bulbs needs to be well-drained in full to partial sun.
Learn more about the flowers you are going to plant, because some bulbs require cold weather to go dormant before their bloom.
Choose a proper bulb fertilizer and sprinkle it into the hole, before adding the bulb.
Plant the bulbs and cover with soil. Another important part of growing flower bulbs is the water.
Don’t forget that the recently planted bulbs need a lot of water in the first weeks of their growth.
Try to keep the soil moist at least until the first frost. The most important part of growing flower bulbs is the watering. The recently planted bulbs require a lot of water at least for the first six weeks of their growth.
Try to keep the soil moist until the first autumn frost. Always apply a layer of straw mulch on the planting area. It is the best way to preserve the soil moisture, especially in the cold weather.