Saturday, April 9, 2011

Spring in Bloom

Hyacinth cultivars, showing the range of colou...Image via Wikipedia

Since my dad owns a florist I already have blooming, and now dying tulips, hyacinths and daffodils.
Usually the time to plant bulbs is in the fall, but most of the bulbs sprouting up in my lawn have all been planted in the spring. After my indoor potted plants died I planted the bulbs in my spoil. I have not had a problem with them surviving. Its a great way to re-use the bulbs so they don't go to waste.
Every year I see my lawn and garden getting more and more beautiful when early spring comes since I keep adding to my bulbed plants.
Its a simple way to be a little green :)
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