What happens to the bulbs you planted this fall once they’re in the ground? In this blog we’re taking a look at the life cycle of flower bulbs, and we’re going to find out what they’re up to when we can’t see them.
What do you associate with Christmas? A decorated tree? Mulled wine, turkey and gifts? Why not add Paperwhites and Amaryllis to that list? In this blog we’ll talk about how easy it is to make these beauties bloom at just the right time, so their wonderful sight and scent can add to your home’s festive spirit.
At DutchGrown we plan our deliveries in such a way that your flower bulbs are at their most ‘plantable’ when they arrive at your door. But if for whatever reason you can’t plant them straight away, this blog post will guide you through the best way to care for them until you can put them into the ground.
To get the best flowers from your bulbs, you need the best soil. A well-drained flower bed filled with the right nutrients is easier to get than you might think, and with DutchGrown Organic Flower Bulb Food™ nothing will stand in the way of you getting the spring garden of your dreams!
Spring bulbs should be planted in fall, but when in fall exactly? It all depends on the temperature of the soil and where you live. In this blog we will look at the optimum times to plant your flower bulbs, so you’ll get the best results this spring.