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When is the best time to plant tulips, daffodils and most other bulbs in fall?

In most areas, the “window” of time for planting bulbs in fall is fairly wide. Here is a practical way to plan: Time to start planting bulbs: once night-time temperatures drop into the low 50s F or 40s F (4 to 10 C) for two weeks. Time to finish up: ...


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Bulbs suitable for naturalizing also remain undisturbed in the soil and will emerge again every year. An added advantage to these kinds of bulbs is that they can also increase in number if planted under ideal conditions (proper light and drainage). Examples are Snowdrop, Scilla and Crocus.

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