Do I have to do anything with prematurly grown spring bulbs?

Answer Hi - They should stop growing when the weather gets colder. Then you can put mulch on them to protect them (remove the mulch in early spring). Personally, I think that's too much work and would l... Read More »

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How to Care for Amaryllis Bulbs Grown in Water?

Native to the tropics, the amaryllis is a member of the plant genus Hippeastrum. Easy to bloom, amaryllis bulbs are usually planted in the ground during the early fall, blooming for seven to 10 wee... Read More »

How do I store spring bulbs?

Dig up the bulbs when the plant shows signs that the bulb has gone dormant. Wait for the plant's foliage to die away or to mature fully in late spring or summer.Store the bulbs in a well-ventilated... Read More »

When should I plant spring bulbs?

On One Hand: Southern StatesThe schedule for planting spring bulbs depends on where you live and your climate, but you should never plant spring bulbs before the last frost date. In general, Southe... Read More »

When do you plant spring bulbs?

Do not plant spring bulbs until the cool weather has become permanent for the winter with the daytime temperatures at around 60 degrees Fahrenheit or lower, according to the Master Gardeners. It is... Read More »