Spring will be a little more beautiful with some colorful flowering bulbs. Before the ground freezes in the fall, it's time to order bulbs and get them planted. This beginner guide will get you started. And, you don't need a garden. You can also plant spring bulbs including daffodils, tulips, and hyacinth in containers. #sponsored
For this project you'll simply plop a few bulbs into a container and add water. Let your kids help choose the perfect colors and decorate the pot to give as a holiday gift to a favorite teacher. They'll love watching the sprouts emerge. You will need : bulbs (used here: amaryllis, Paperwhite, pre-chilled daffodils) containers,…
What could be more adorable in the garden than the tiny 'Tete a Tete' Daffodil? These Mini Daffodils are early bloomers and are a favorite in garden borders, as well as rock gardens. Its long lasting flowers are a golden, buttercup yellow with darker centers and will light up areas of groundcover. Cutting just a few to put in a small simply bud vase can bring joy to an entire room. Also, try planting in a pot for some sunshine indoors this spring!
You don't need a garden to plant beautiful flowering spring bulbs. With these tips you can plant your bulbs in containers. Store them for the winter, and bring them out in the spring for a wonderful show of brilliant colors. Options include tulips, daffodils, hyacinth, alliums, and more. Get them ready in the fall and you'll be so glad you did when spring rolls around! #sponsored