If you find the task of planting spring flowering bulbs daunting. Don't. Ok, it totally can be if you plant each bulb one by one with a bulb trowel. Believe me, I've been there and done that. And sometimes, it just must be done that way. However, if you are planting a whole bunch in one spot to make some serious impact in May, I have a trick to share that will change your world (and save your back!)
|The 2012 Catalogue|
|In Three Steps|
My favorite bulb company, Colorblends teases that you can plant 100 bulbs in 30 minutes if you follow their method. 100 bulbs in 30 minutes- are you kidding me? I had to try it. Click HERE to watch me put this trick to the test as I did for WFSB's Better Connecticut.
You can be sure that little editing was done- I'm out of breath and you can probably hear my sniffles from the chilly fall air- there was no fancy camera work here.
|This is what we have to look forward to!|
Truly, the only difficult part about gardening with bulbs is waiting until spring to see those magnificent blooms. So, now, I wait.
|A mass planting of Colorblend bulbs that I did a few years ago|
|A few fragrant (perennial!!) Hyacinth in my garden|
|Deer-proof Daffodils that get better in my garden every year|