Planting Bulbs is Easy!
Can I plant bulbs among the roots of perennials and shrubs?
Bulbs will thrive among the roots of perennials and shrubs. Bulbous plants emerge early, at a time when perennials and shrubs are not yet in leaf. This means that the bulbs will have plenty of light and space to create a lovely flowering display. Even ...FAQ
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The smaller bulbous plants such as anemones and grape hyacinths are wonderfully lush in the early spring, and Oxalis a little later in the season. In order to achieve this luxuriant effect the bulbs must be planted in the correct manner: scatter them on the ground and plant them where they fall.