Latest Activity: Sep 18, 2013
Started by Kathleen Burkhart ~ Zone 5 ~ MI. Last reply by Milya Jacobson Oct 8, 2012.
Started by Michelle Renee Z4/5a. Last reply by Joan *Flower Angel*.. Z-8 Aug 6, 2011.
Started by leeann suso z5b pa. Last reply by Rich Bishop Apr 8, 2010.
Maria. It depends on your zone and if they need to be dug up in the fall or they can stay over winter. Like here in Zone 5 I believe the only one that would survive the winter and needs the winter is the peony. Not sure about the other bulbs you mentioned since I don't have them in my yard.
I am a complete newbie when it comes to planting bulbs. I have a bunch of dahlia,glads,freesia, and peony bulbs ready for my first bulb garden. Currently I have them stored in the frig. All of these bulbs are marked "spring planting". Can I plant them in late fall or should I plant them in early spring? Thanks to all!
Does anyone have any crocus they'd like to share??? I'm especially interested in a dark purple one. But would be grateful for anything.
Hi Stan, personally I don't mind talk about Iris but I guess that is up to GS. Though there is a group just for Iris :)
Today I picked up a small pot of Purple Tulips, I will enjoy them inside then plant them outside later on. Tulips,Hyacinths & Daffs is all that lowes has right now. Didn't check out the other 2 home improvement stores yet.
I don't have many Allium, though I think they are so cool.
I don't know the name of it, but this is the one that dries nicely.
Yes, what kind do you dry?
Great photo's Lori, I see you also like to use the dried Allium for indoor decor.
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