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Which bulbs are best to use in the rock garden?
The majority of the commonly available bulbs, corms and tubers grow into plants that are too large for the rock garden. Some small specialty bulbs, however, are just perfect for rock gardens. Examples are chionodoxa luciliae “alba”, anemone nemorosa, ...FAQ
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Energy by fertilising
The main requirement for bulb flowers in the post-bloom period is to leave the leaves alone so the plant can put its energy into "recharging" its bulb for next spring's performance. This "energy charge" is gained through photosynthesis as the plant uses the sun's energy to turn basic elements such as oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium into food. This food is stored in the bulb's "scales," the white fleshy part of the bulb, for use next year.