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Can you plant bulbs in any kind of garden and in every type of soil?

Bulbs can be planted in any garden and/or every type of soil that drains well. It's a Dutch saying that "bulbs don't like wet feet." They'll rot in soggy soil. Don't plant bulbs where water collects or puddles, at the base of hills, in hollows or low ...

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Wonderfully lush

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.

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