background
 

home extranet

If you can read this, Flash needs to be updated Proceed to the Adobe website for the free Flash plug-in.

FAQ

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

Learn About Amaryllis!

December

Christmas bouquet as an alternative!read more

 

Spring Alphabet

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

Summer Alphabet Spring Alphabet