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What's naturalizing about?

Bulbs indicated as naturalizing bulbs are those most likely to come up and flower again in future years. Whether this will be successful or not depends mostly on the composition of the soil, its PH level, and the drainage -- and whether you put ...


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dDepth of planting

Depth of planting

A basic rule is to plant at least twice as deep as the height of the bulb with a minimum depth of 2 inches or about 5 cm. Too shallow planting leads to poor, incomplete root development and short scrawny plants. Shallow planting also increases the risk of frost damage. Planting too deeply increases the chances of the bulb rotting and also weakens the growth considerably as it pushes upwards

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