Even though the weather is cooling down, there’s still plenty you can do to get your garden ready for spring. Fall is the perfect time to plant some bulbs. Let them winter, and come spring they’ll sprout on their own, without you having to lift a finger.
Planting flower bulbs, like crocuses, daffodils, and hyacinth, now gives them time to establish roots before sprouting once warm weather returns. Pick the flowers you want, dig holes for each bulb, add fertilizer and water, and walk away: Your flowers are set for spring, and when the warm weather comes back, they’ll take care of themselves.
If you don’t have a garden space, or want to brighten up a deck or patio, you can layer your bulbs in a container. Choose several types of flowers that bloom a few weeks apart so you always have some to enjoy. For detailed instructions on how to best layer the bulbs, hit the link below.
Plant Bulbs Now, Enjoy Flowers Later | This Old House
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