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Bulbs are fantastic.

They’re cost effective, really – don’t forget when you’re buying English garden tulips for less than £20.

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There is absolutely no reason why you should not have a flowering plant in any part of the house.

When you add tulips to the garden, you’re adding something quite unique.

Bulbs have been a feature of European gardens for centuries, but they’re just becoming highly popular in the States.

The real privilege with bulbs is that while bulbs can be planted in any soil, they tend to respond well to cooler, moist soil conditions.

The really good news is that those warm sunny garden spots should remain warm for most of the year, so you should easily be able to plant plenty of bulbs throughout the year.

You can get bulbs from seed suppliers, or you can bulb-ify your own existing bulbs.

This is a completely fool-proof way to instantly have a garden with bulbs, without spending any money!

Simply dig up an existing bulb, using a trowel to make a six inch circle around the bulb.

Or, alternatively, use a bulb planter.

Where to Plant

Your bulb planter is going to come in quite handy when you plant your bulbs so that you don’t have to spend your weekend lying out in the sun, misery digging up those intruders!

Plant your bulbs in May-June. The earlier they are planted, the better, so think ahead!

One of the best things to do is to determine where you want to plant your particular bulbs.

Then, depending on the conditions of the area you live in, you can either plant in a lawn style, or in pots. Most bulbs love being planted in sunny spots, but there are a few that are more sensitive to too much sun.

You should also add some rocks or crushed concrete to the surface of the soil when you plant your bulbs. This will give your bulbs a good start in the world!

How to Plant Your Bulbs

As I mentioned above, you can either bulbify existing plants, or plant new bulbs straight into the garden.

To bulbify existing plants, dig a hole about three times as deep as the bulb is wide. Then, gently remove the rootball from the pot.

The bulb will now be exposed to generous amounts of circulation and air. Back-fill the hole with soil so that the base of the bulb is level with the surface, and tamp it down gently.

To plant a new bulb, lift the pot up and place the bulb so that the pointed end of the rootball is level with the surface. Backfill the hole with soil to cover the rounded end of the bulb and again tamp it down with a small dibber or the end of a garden stick.

I buy new bulbs every year, so I’m always amazed at what I have – even more so when I have a hand neighbour who spots something I want to know about!

One thing to remember with bulbs is that the larger they are, the easier they are to spot! So keep those hedges trimmed once you have picked your spot!

That’s your garden weather!

bigging cucumber,

dragon’s breath,

onia,

awormwood,

saxifrage,

NothingBetter,

Nothingfrey,

Working in the garden,

Working with children,

If you have limited space,

nutrients,

spring bulbs,

shrub roses,

wrongly blamed for spiderman caps because of their closeness to walls and paths,

Making compost,

mineral rich soil,

water,

most importantly water with a balanced ‘qu tongues’, or rain water such as the rain water collected from a roof, and

take a stand against chemical weed killers and insectRaised beds – great for starting off young plants when you have less space.

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