Planting Bulbs is Easy!
Why don’t flower bulbs in the ground freeze in the winter?
Bulbs are designed by nature to withstand cold winter temperatures. Indeed they rely on winter’s cold to trigger the biochemical process necessary to bring the bulb to flower in spring. While winter soil may actually freeze to depths beyond which the ...FAQ
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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.